The Church of St. Dimitrios is the most important church in Thessaloniki, and the Byzantine churches such as the Sofia Church not far away have been awarded by UNESCO as World Cultural Heritage. From the outside, it seems simple and rustic, but when you enter the church, you will find it impressive, the golden walls are splendid, and the glittering mosaics are very impressive. It is a must-see attraction in Thessaloniki...
The Church of St. Dimitrios is located in a higher area in the northern part of Thessaloniki. The church was built in the fourth century to commemorate the Greek Saint-Roman soldier St. Ditrios. The church has long been destroyed, only some ground remains. The current church was built on the original site. The relics of the saints are kept in the basement of the church. The church is solemn and glorious. Whether it has been restored to its original appearance is unknown.
The name comes from San Dimitrios who was executed by the Roman emperor, and his remains are also preserved here. The songs of the Orthodox Church in the church are very distinctive and very nice. The church is high and you can easily see the sea. The church of San Dimitrios is also very close to the Roman market, not far from the dome church and arches.
The Church of St. Dimitrios is an ancient building in Thessaloniki, Greece. It was built in the early 4th century. The building commemorates the Greek Saint Dimitrios and dates back to the era of the Byzantine Empire. In 1988, it was included in the World Cultural Heritage as part of the early Christian and Byzantine ancient buildings in Thessaloniki. The church underground palace is huge, with many stone carving art cultural relics.