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Thessaloniki - Aristotelous Square Aristotelous Square
The Aristotelous square is the largest square in Thessaloniki and one of the largest and most impressive in Greece. It took its current shape and form with its buildings after the fire of 1917 and the architect responsible was French Ernest Hébrard. On the Aristotelous square you can see one of the most beautiful buildings of the city, the building of Olympion theatre, where the International Film Festival takes place, as well as its twin building on the opposite side, Ilektra Palace which has a roof garden with exceptional view to Thermaikos Gulf. Around the square you can find book stores, cafeterias, restaurants and the events of major holidays take place here.
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