Aristotelous Square

Designed by the French architect, archaeologist and urban planner Hernest Hebrard, who was summoned by the Greek government in order to reconstruct a city devastated by the massive fire of 1917, the square symbolizes the rupture between the city’s Ottoman past and it’s European aspirations for the future. Tall arches, influenced by the Byzantine rhythm, metropolitan European motifs, christian platings in the balconies.

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