ARCHED HALL OF GALERIAN PALACE
The Arched Hall is one of the most important buildings of the palace of Galerius, part of which is also visible from Navarino Square. The Galerian Complex, which apart from the palace included the Rotunda and the Triumphal Arch (Kamara), was built in the 4th century BC. The building is located west of the Hippodrome and was triclinium (symposium hall). Within the archaeological area of the Arch, the Galerian Information Center has been functioning since October 2015 with video, interactive applications, etc.
Χ1, 2Κ, 10, 11, 14, 17, 27, 28, 31, 37, 39, 45, 83: bus stop Kamara
3K, 5, 6, 33, 12, 58: bus stop Kentro Istorias Thessalonikis
16: bus stop Ippodromiou
Photos: Ephorate of Antiquities of Thessaloniki City archive
- Address D. Gounari & Al. Svolou St.
- Architect unknown (monument), F. Athanasiou, V. Malama, M. Miza, M. Sarantidou (restoration study & information center design)
- Period -16TH CENTURY
- Type MONUMENTS
- Area CENTER
- Open House 2019