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Thessaloniki: The Undisputed Capital of Greek Sweets

Thessaloniki Capital of Greek Sweets

Greece Condemns Vandalism of Thessaloniki’s Jewish Mural

Greece condemned the vandalism of a street mural in Thessaloniki which depicts the extermination of the city's Jews in Nazi camps.

Greek, Israeli Leaders Lay First Stone of Thessaloniki Holocaust Museum

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras and visiting Israeli President Reuven Rivlin laid the foundation stone for a Holocaust Museum in Thessaloniki on Tuesday. "Thessaloniki’s Holocaust...

Greek Jewish Group Claims Closure of Holocaust Row

The World Jewish Congress on Tuesday urged the German state to satisfy a longstanding request by the Greek Jewish community concerning the return of...

Germany Rejects War Reparation Claims of Greek Jews

On Wednesday, Germany rejected the claim of Thessaloniki’s Greek Jewish Community  regarding the return of a ransom which appears to have been paid during the...

Thessaloniki's Jewish Community Suing Germany

The Greek Jewish community of Thessaloniki has decided to sue the German state for the return of a ransom which appears to have been...

Thessaloniki Woos Tourists by Showcasing its Jewish Heritage

Thessaloniki is more than just Greece's second city; it is a place with its own unique and rich cultural heritage, including that of the...

Thessaloniki Honors Jewish Victims of Holocaust

A memorial in honor of Greek Jews killed during World War II was held in Eleftherias Square in Thessaloniki, at the same spot where...

Greece, US Condemn Vandalism of the Holocaust Memorial in Thessaloniki

Vandals desecrated earlier in the week a Holocaust memorial in Thessaloniki, a Greek city whose population once had a Jewish plurality. A photo appearing Thursday...

Lost Heritage: The Jews of Thessaloniki

By Nota Karamaouna* - One of the fundamental features of Thessaloniki – Greece’s second city, sometimes known as Salonica – since its very foundation in...