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The White Tower
The White Tower, the landmark of Thessaloniki standing on the city's waterfront, was once the south-east tower of a large fortification. According to travelers' descriptions and old representations of the city, the section of the wall along the seafront, which was demolished in 1867, had three towers; the White Tower was the one at its east end where it joined with the east wall. Its exact date is uncertain, but it was probably built in the fifteenth century after the conquest of Thessaloniki by ...
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Other museums that are monuments too
Archaeological Museum of Karpathos
Ecclesiastical Museum of the Holy Bishopry of Maroneia and Komotini
Ecclesiastical Museum of the Toplou Monastery
Museum of the Ancient Agora
Museum of the Monastery of Arkadi
Museum of the Monastery of Preveli
Numismatic Museum
Palace of the Grand Masters
Pavlos Kountouriotis Mansion
Refectory of Nea Moni Chios
Sculpture Collection of the Monastery of Osios Loukas
Vouvalis Mansion
Vouvalis Mansion