Thessalonica "Port City of the Century"

The population is 85,000.

Religious Groups: Jews and Gentiles

Thessalonica was used as a major port of the province of Macedonia, and a major trade route to the east. It is located at the intersection of two major Roman roads, and located on the Thermaic Gulf of the Aegean.

The languages spoken are Hebrew and Greek.

Some popular landmarks you can visit are the Church of St.Demetrius, the Roman forum, the palace of Galerius, and the basilica, and the thriving cultural center.

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