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The Wine Route of Dionysus: The route starts from Mount Pangeon and the wineries of Kokkinohori at the Municipality of Orfanos, which are open to visitors. Moving on through the endless vineyards of Kavala and Mikrohori, the next stop is at the wineries that are open to visitors in the city of Drama. Surrounded by organized vineyards, you can take a tour of the production areas, the wine cellars and the tasting rooms, where you can taste award-winning wines. Going upwards to Mount Falakro, you will find the wineries of Kokkinogia at the Municipality of Prosotsani, which are also open to visitors, and, in a distance of 11 km out of Drama, you can visit the historical town of Adriani, renowned for its excellent local wines and tsipouro. Next, downwards to the Thracian Sea, the route leads to Thrace and Avdira, where, apart from the wineries, you can visit the traditional settlement, the ancient city and the archaeological and folklore museum.

The route continues in Thrace, passing through Xanthi, the city of a thousand colors, with its traditional Old Town, and Vistonida, the vast lagoon that is famous around the world for its rich bird life. After a stop at the picturesque port of Porto Lagos, you will reach the center of Thrace, Komotini and Maronia, Homer’s birthplace of wine, with old houses nestling at the slopes of Mount Ismaros. The ancient wine tradition still lives on at the newly planted vineyards, where Greek varieties like roditis, assyrtiko, agiorgitiko, malagouzia and the local moscato Alexandrias, are being cultivated, along with international varieties of white, rose and red wines, as well as sweet wines, aperitifs or dessert wines, and semi-sweet wines, which accompany fish and seafood in a most delightful way. Many distilleries produce tsipouro and ouzo of excellent quality: in Thassos, you can find tsipouro of the Georgina variety, with its characteristic strawberry flavor, while Samothrace has also its own tsipouro distillery. The Wine Route of Dionysus ends at the vineyards of Alexandroupoli and the distilleries of Soufli, where the French had installed the first linear vineyards in Greece, from 1870 until World War I, on the occasion of the construction of the Orient Express line.

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The Archaeological Museum of Komotini inaugurated in 1976. Constructed building is a study of internationally acclaimed architect Aris Konstantinidis. His exhibitions cover the period from the Neolithic to the Byzantine period. The display occupies in chronological sequence, but the breakdown of local excavation sets. The aim of the exhibition was to present selected findings and ...
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The Military Museum, is located at the space oh the 21st Armoured Brigade, at Mouziopoulou Camp, Leoforos Heroes, Komotini. It offers modern means of self-guided tours while, it enables the visitors to wiew other military museums and historic battles. Opening Hours: Tuesday to Friday: 09: 00 a.m - 14: 00 p.m Wednesday: 17: 00 a.m - 20: 00 p.m Saturday-Sunday: 10: 00 a.m - 13: 00 p.mFree ...
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The Folklore Museum of Komotini, owned in Educational Association of Komotini and operated since 1962. Since 1989 housed in the mansion of Peidis in St. George str. , which is a characteristic example of local traditional architecture and restored exemplary. Through its exhibits appears the live and beuaty of Thracian art of cities and countryside. The rich collection of objects spread ...
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The Ecclesiastical Museum Metropolis of Maronia and Komotini houses the collection of ecclesiastical objects (portable icons, sacred objects, priestly vestments, manuscripts and liturgical books) which collected from the temples of the ecclesiastical province of relevant Metropolis as well as donations of refugees who settled in the area of Komotini. The exhibits cover the period from ...
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Away from the eyes of visitors, the interest of scientists and the affection of the people of Komotini is left the Collection of the Museum of the Papanikolaou Foundation. This unique collection which have been gathered over years by the late notary Papanikolaou and is housed in its namesake building. The building, as it is known was built on the property donated by the Municipality of ...
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The largest and oldest monument of the town. It was built around the 4th AD century for financial and military reasons since from here was passing Egnatia Str.The city of Komotini Fences the Emperor Theodosius I (379-395 AD) because it was considered as a point of strategic importance. From here went Egnatia Street and military-economic reasons the city was fortified by a wall built with...
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The grove of Komotini is the “green lung” of the city and it’s ideal for walking or jogging, biking, and game for children and adults. There are shaped areas with gazebos, tables, benches, paved paths, fountains, basketball, volleyball and tennis. The park crosses a paved road that leads to the historic Fort of Nymfaia. There is also a tourist kiosk where one can enjoy their ...
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The idea to build a large cultural and conference center in Komotini began in the mid of 1980 decade. Finally study commissioned by the famous architect Nikos Valsamaki but construction was delayed due to lack of funding. Eventually a portion of the building was constructed and completed in the year 2010.To Hall Komotini is located in Santa Varvara, near the camp Iliopoulos and is the ...
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The monument was constructed in the mid-2000s and placed in the grove of Santa Paraskevi in the city center. The intention of the Municipality was to honor the approximately 1350 Jews of Komotini, victims of the Holocaust of the 2nd world war. The Jews of Komotini gathered unannounced on 4 March 1943 by the Bulgarian occupation authorities and transferred to the Danube port of Lom in ...
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The heart of the city is considered the central square of Komotini (or Eirini Square) with the countless cafés, which are full of life during midday but mostly evening hours due to the large number of students living and studying in the city. The square area of 19 acres and is pedestrian for the safe movement of children....
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It is a declared artwork and historical monument as it is a representative sample of the tobacco warehouse of the past century, important part of the study of Architecture Heritage and a testimony for the past development of the city of Komotini of the 60’s. A protection zone of 5m around the perimeter of the tobacco warehouse was declared after its restoration in order to successfully...
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The old market of Komotini presents a special interest. Bounded by the roads Orpheos, Syntagmatos Kritwn, Vas.Pavloy, Pl. Ifaistou, Kanari, Kilkis, Androutsou, Gravia, Xenophontos and Venizelou. The market dates back to the Ottoman era, and is included in a Hippodameios planning system with small streets and beautiful pergolas built by the Municipality of Komotini in the 1990s. A special...
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It was declared protected monument under the state legislation N 1469/50. The two-storey building with its surroundings (the plot) as it is a remarkable example of neoclassical architecture that, together with the other neoclassical buildings on the Tsanakli Street constitute an important historical district in Komotini. All the openings of the building have a rich decorative framing, ...
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Komotini is currently located in the north central plains of the region to a draft of the valley at an altitude of 36 to 48 meters from the sea and it has a population of approximately 70,000 residents, while daily, the city serves over 100,000. It is the capital of the Rhodope region, hydra of Eastern Macedonia & Thrace region and the distance from the Greek-Turkish border is 94 km, 22 ...
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The Hunting Association of Komotini was founded in 1968. This association cooperates with the Ministry of Rural Development and Food and is a member of the Hunting Federation. Based on its statutory foundation is an environmentally friendly association with main purpose to protect the natural environment and the promotion of the good character and sportsmanship morale among the hunting ...
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Offering cold sour cherry and cherry juice and selling of sweet cherry, it is celebrated the Sour Cherry festival which is organized every year on the 7th of July in Komotin. The festival is hosted in the courtyard of Papadrieleiou gallery, where they are sold at nominal prices jars of sweets, sandwiches for those who stay up late at night in the vibrant revelry, living the atmosphere ...

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Beaches

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Fanari and its BEACHES are the leading summer destination in Thrace. Breathtaking BEACHES with sand and well equipped, two Camping, four hotels, hundreds of apartments, taverns, restaurants bars, shops, ATMs, banks, gas stations and many more make Fanari an ideal place for summer holiday. Within walking distance there is the lagoons cluster of Rhodope with abundant birdlife and ...

Museums

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The exhibition includes objects found in the ancient city and its cemeteries and covers the period from the 7th century BC till the 12th century AD. Its main objective is educational. Displayed mainly the everyday lives of ancient people of Avdira through the objects used by ordinary people in their daily occupations. The exhibition is structured thematically. Each section includes items...
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The Military Museum of Fortress Nymphea is located 17 km from Komotini and operated since 2000 in the portico of the eponymous fortress. Because the museum is in a military area, the visit to the exhibit is allowed upon approval of the 29th Infantry Brigade (Komotini, tel +302531022691), which provides a guide for the museum exhibits and the Gallery, on daily basis from 9:30 to 14:30 am....
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The museum is housed in its own space Thrylorio village, 9.5 km from Komotini following the old highway to Sapes. A sufficient signage. Baskets out from the three national sections of Thrace (Greek, Bulgarian, Turkish) . Museum is the only covering Fact three countries of the Balkan Peninsula, inhabited by numerous groups and compact roma. Εxhibits are gathered extensive product - ...
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Operated already as a research center. Originating from Vyssa of Evro opposite from Adrianople Konstantinos Karatheodoris was born in Berlin on 13 September 1873 where his father was ambassador of Turkey. He became a leading mechanical and mathematical world-class, worked as professor at four German Universities and Metsovio Polytechnic while undertook at the behest of Venizelos to ...
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The Thracian Cultural and Ethnological Museum of Thrace, Komotini and set the house on the street Skouteri Kouloglou 10 and a donation of Royal Skouteri - Dintsoglou to the Municipality of Komotini. The architecture, decoration, furniture and objects from the Museum attach the life of the bourgeoisie of the city and the atmosphere of the time on the verge of 19th and 20th century. The ...
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The Thracian Museum of Education of the Association of Educational Sciences was founded in 1992 to collect and exhibit school objects, documents and books of historical importance, mainly Thracian and of the wider area. Such museums are currently scarce in our country and it is worth noting what, perhaps, is the only rich collection with photographs and a series of wonderful saved school...

Archeological Sites

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The hill of Agia Petra in south-eastern side of Didymoteicho has been largely associated with the Roman Plotinopoli. The city was founded by the Roman emperor Trajan, named in honor of his wife Plotina. This hill, in a strategic position, attracted the archaeological interest before the Second World War. In 1965, during the construction of a trench by soldiers was found a hammered gold ...
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In Gratini, the ruins of the Byzantine city, that after the destruction of Mosynoupoli the 14th century, were the most important center of the region. It’s situated near the village Gratini at the foothills of Rhodope, 19 km northeast of Komotini. Outside the city walls has been excavated a small, probably funerary chapel of the 13th century. To the north of Gratini, near the village ...
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At the end of the road leading from Maroneia the port of Agios Charalambos, is located a monumental Roman marble portico built in the area. This portico was leading to a large public space, likely the city market, in Roman times and is the work of the emperor Hadrian, who visited the Maroneia during the 124-125 AD. The Maronites then honored him with a statue which has been lost. But the...
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The remains of the current Fortress of Nymphea or “Kale”, located approximately 4 km southwest of the village, at the 10th km of provincial road Komotini-Fortress Nymphea and few meters after the tourist pavilion of the municipality. From the old masonry (up to 5m height) survives only a part of the south side of the wall of nearly 10 m long and a battlement attached in the west of ...
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In Gratini, the ruins of the Byzantine city, that after the destruction of Mosynoupoli the 14th century, were the most important center of the region. It’s situated near the village Gratini at the foothills of Rhodope, 19 km northeast of Komotini. Outside the city walls has been excavated a small, probably funerary chapel of the 13th century. To the north of Gratini, near the village ...

Settlements

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Xylagani is a large village in the prefecture of Rhodope. The area is rural with large irrigated plains of crops, which most of them are cotton and grains crops. It is 17 km from Komotini and has 1,180 residents based on the 2011 census. Xylagani has rich archaeological finds, which include parts of arcopolis and tombs with grave goods. The ancestors of the inhabitants of Xylagani came ...
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Nymphea is a mountain village (alt. 550 m) and it’s located in Rhodope, 18 km north of Komotini. All the houses in Nymphea are stone coated and have wooden roofs and slate surface mining. The village is well connected to the natural environment. More precisely it’s adapted to it. It uses the physical terrain, the leeward of the location and has good views to the west where is ...
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Fanari is a coastal village about 30 km southwest of Komotini. Most famous tourist resort of Thrace with many tourists during the summer months. The resident population at Fanari is 422 residents. The coastal settlement, Fanari, is a modern resort with beautiful beaches, camping, picturesque harbor with fishing boats and able to accommodate yachts, fish restaraunts and hotels. ...

Mosques

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The mosque was founded in the late 16th century (1585) by master Ahmet who was head of the financial department of the Ottoman Empire during the reign of Sultan Murad III. The original building had a dome and five smaller ones. The inscription of 1902 located at the southern entrance informs us extensive renovations and expansions of the mosque. From the monumental entrance, one enters ...
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The large mosque was founded, according to the testimony of the Ottoman traveler Evliyia Tselebi of 17th century, in 1608/9, while an inscription testifies repairs during the year 1677-1678. The monument is interesting from an architectural point of view, while the interior is simple. On the outside stands the impressive minaret with two balconies and inside the mihrab, where the recess ...
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It was named after the tree which is located at the entrance. The founder of the mosque was a man named Çıplak Hüseyin Ağa. He built the mosque and spent his fortune in that, back in the Egeira year 1189 (= 1775). The mosque consists of two spaces: The main building and a second space which has a “left gamma” shape and that makes it look like the Yeni Mosque of Komotini. The ...

Hotsprings

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The Sanative Spring in Potamia (New Kessani) are located at the 20th km of the highway Xanthi - Komotini, in the municipality of Abdera, and operate from June to October. It is known for the treatment of chronic rheumatic diseases, gynecological diseases, neuralgia, neuritis, allergic dermatoses. In their facilities are included private spa baths, group bathtubs, hotels and a restaurant....

Mountains

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The region of Rhodope prefecture is classified into three zones. The first that occupies the southern part is almost flat. The second extends north along the first and occupies the center of the Prefecture’s region to the slopes of the Rhodope Mountains. The third zone is located in the north of the region and the second occupies the mountainous part. The South East part of the ...

Monasteries, Temples& Churches

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In Papikio mountain and particularly the section of the Rhodope Mountains between the rivers Kompsatos and Traos it had been developed the first Byzantine monastic state. After the raids of Francs and the Bulgarian, the state gradually moved to Athos mountain and the last monastery was closed at around 1200 AD. Archaeologists brought to light many important ruins of the monasteries of ...
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The church of St. Nicholas is metochi of Athos Monastery in Vatopedi and currently works as a pilgrimage. Located on the island of the lagoon Vistonidas or Bourous, near the fishing village of Porto - Lagos. The great religious and historical value, the rich monastic heritage and the natural beauty that surrounds it in the biotope of Lake Vistonida make it attracts many pilgrims ratings....
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The church of St. George basilica located in the center of the second largest district of the Greek Christians of Komotini in the Ottoman period. _x000D_Around the church have survived a few more of the mansions of the city, like Tsanaklis house, just opposite the entrance of the Church, the mansion Mare in the address of 7 Chatzikonstanti Zoidi Street and the home of former Mayor Bletsa...
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Located inside the fortress on the eastern side. It is four-aisle with splint, wooden roof and its floor is at a lower level than the round space. It was built during the Ottoman rule (1800) on the foundations of a Byzantine church, for which we report in 1548 by the traveler Pierre Belon. The temple in its present form is restored and declared a historical monument. Important from an ...
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It is a pilgrimage Panthrakikos range with a long history. Located after Xanthi and 16km before Komotini, left in the highway. The area is the monastery in the 12th century was called Panagia. During the Turkish occupation the area was divided into landlords. According to tradition, the sacred image of the Virgin appeared (hence Phaneromene) three hundred years ago the Ottoman main land ...

Monuments

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In the center of Komotini is located the newly remodeled municipal park of Agia Paraskevi with tall trees, fountains and beautiful flowers, where during the summer months operates as refreshment. The playground near the refreshment stand offers countless hours of fun for young children while their parents are able to watch over them while enjoying their drinks....
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The Clock Tower was built in 1884, the era of Sultan Abdul Hamid B. In the decade of 1950 became architectural interventions and took its current form. Behind the tower rises the minaret of the mosque of Yeni Mosque from the balcony where the muezzin calls the faithful of Islam to prayer. In the courtyard housed the religious authority of Muslims Rhodope, the Mufti of Komotini. At the ...
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The Mansion Dermetzoglou is a declared historical monument and artwork, being under the state’s protection in accordance with the provisions of N 1469/50. It is a one-storey building with semi basement that follows the principles of the early neoclassicism. The morphology follows the aesthetics of the archaic residences. The four fluted pilasters are crowned with Doric capitals and ...
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It is a declared historical monument as it represents one of the few examples of tobacco warehouses that remains in the city of Komotini, testifying the past development of the last century and early this century, due to the processing and marketing of tobacco. The building belongs to the Technical Chamber of Thrace and can be visited on request during the evenings....
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The building at 10 Venizelos Street, property of the family Theologos - together with the surroundings of its plot - is a declared historical monument and artwork that needs special government protection, as it is a remarkable example of Greek architectural heritage, with interesting structural and morphological elements of the local architecture and an important part of the study of the...
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The building at Kouloglou and Seferi Streets, property of the Municipality of Komotini, together with the surroundings of its plot, are declared historical monument and artwork that needs special government protection, as it is a remarkable example of Greek architectural heritage, with interesting structural and morphological elements of the local architecture and an important part of ...
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Going up the narrow alleyways of the traditional settlement of Avdira, which lies on the north side of the village over the imposing square, we find the impressive mansions with distinctive architecture and unique historical value. Attribute all houses are well preserved traditional stone oven not lacking in the yard even inferior families and sealed with the importance of the daily life...
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It’s located on the west outer side of the municipal grove. In the center you can see a 14m high column , that bears a huge metal simulacrum of sword, mounted vertically. This whole impressive structure is covered by white marble. The Memorial is the centerpiece of the celebration of national and other anniversaries. This is the place that the wreaths are happening and every Sunday you...
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The building at St. George and Chatzikonstanti Zoidi Streets, property of the Ioannidis Brothers and the Municipality of Komotini - together with the surroundings of its plot - is declared a historical monument and artwork that needs special government protection, in accordance with the provisions of N 1469/50, as it is a remarkable example of Greek architectural heritage that combines ...
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The mansion Stalios (current property of the Kyrarzoglou brothers) is a declared historical monument and artwork, being under the state’s protection in accordance with the provisions of N 1469/50. It is a two-storey building with basement built in 1833, with its main façade to be characterized by strict neoclassical symmetry. The pilasters “mpouniato”, crowned with Corinthian ...
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The building at 6-8 Kouloglou Street, property of the family Spentzopoulos and the Municipality of Komotini, - together with the surroundings of its plot - is a declared historical monument and artwork that needs special government protection, as it is a remarkable example of Greek architectural heritage, with interesting structural and morphological elements of the local architecture ...
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The building at 25 Zymvrakaki Street - together with the surroundings of its plot - is a declared historical monument and artwork that needs special government protection, as it is a remarkable example of Greek architectural heritage, with interesting structural and morphological elements of the local architecture and an important part of the study of the history of architecture. ...
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The building at the Joachim III Street, property of Ant. Georgios, together with the surroundings of its plot, are declared historical monument and artwork that needs special government protection, as it is a remarkable example of folklore-urban architecture of the early decades the past century and an important part of the study of the history of architecture. It is a property of Ant. ...
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It’s Located in the small park opposite the Archaeological Museum. It is the work of the talented local sculptor Peter Moschidis made of solid marble in 1930. Two large marble slabs that were added later, have engraved on them, the names of 63 Komotini people who were sacrificed during the Greco-Italian War of 1940-1941. The Memorial is not used today but it lies deep within the heart...
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The building that until recently housed the courthouse of Komotini, was studied and built by a Dutch architect around 1870 for the sultan Abdul Aziz and his successor Abdul Hamid II on behalf of the Ottoman Administration of that time as Government House. The courthouse building was used as headquarters by the authorities of the Ottoman Empire until the July of 1913. The Ottoman ...
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It is known that Nestor Tsanaklis, a large tobacco trader from Komotini, emigrant in Cairo, financed in the early 20th century the construction of an Urban School. The building was inaugurated in 1907. It was given the name “Tsanakleios School” in honor of the benefactor of the city, who was sending the amount of 200 gold sovereigns for the salaries of the teachers of the Greek ...
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The Komotini Municipal Theatre was founded in November 1984 and serves as private legal entity, based in programmatic contract between Regional Theatre - Komotini Municipality and Ministry of Culture. The objectives of the Regional Theatre Komotini are: 1.The organization and presentation of professional theater performances. 2.The development and promotion of local executive artistic ...
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It was declared protected monument under the state legislation N 1469/50 as it is a remarkable neoclassical building and a typical example of this architectural period, illustrating the typology of residences built after 1850 in this region. At the 80’s an economic growth was started in Komotini and neoclassical architecture was built, mainly by merchants like the mansion of Hliadi. ...

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The project of the bicycle lane in Komotini, has joined the Operational Program "Macedonia - Thrace 2007 -2013. The project was included in the Integrated Urban Renewal Plan of the Municipality of Komotini and involves the construction of bicycle lanes at the Demokritou Street, Orpheus Street and G. Kakoulidi - St. Kyriakidis - N. Zoidi – Ap. Suzhou Streets in the city of Komotini. ...

Local Events

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20/11/2015 - 22/11/2015In the exhibition "East Macedonia - Thrace", which is held each November in the industrial area of Komotini, are exposed agricultural machinery, agricultural products-food and beverages, general machinery, building materials, industrial products and handicrafts, decorative items, transportation, electronic and telecommunications equipment, clothing and footwear. ...
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30/06/2017 - 02/07/2017Σε μια πανέμορφη παραλία στην άκρη μιας μικρής χερσονήσου, στο Φανάρι Ροδόπης με το γραφικό του λιμανάκι, γεννήθηκε ένα μουσικό Φεστιβάλ το οποίο συνδυάζει φιλόξενους και έξω καρδιά ανθρώπους, ...
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04/05/2016 - 15/05/2016Every year on May 14 it is celebrated with great pomp the liberation of Komotini. This day the Municipality of Komotini organizes a multi-day cultural events titled “Eleftheria of Thrace”. More specifically, the events last about two weeks. Some of the events which are included in Eleftheria are concerts, exhibitions, art exhibitions, shadow theatre etc.More ...
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“Alma Libre” Cultural Association, organizes every summer (in July) the "Tribute to Spanish Cinema" and puts the outdoor cinema to work again for charity causes . The event happens in collaboration with the Regional Theatre of Komotini and under the sponsorship of the Embassy of Spain in Athens and the Cervantes Institute....
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“Alma Libre” Cultural Association, since 2009 and each year after that, organizes the Live Grand Milonga of the year entitled "Farewell to the year with a tango". It is a manifestation institution in the cultural life of the city, where the club members, friends and the public in general, have the opportunity to dance to the accompaniment of a well known music group and enjoy a close...