Triumphal Arch of Caesar Galerius (Kamara)
The impressive 'Kamara', as it is called, is one of the most loved and popular monuments of the Thessalonians (and not only), as it is the meeting point of locals, students and visitors before starting their walk in the city and is located in Egnatia Street. The Arch was constructed to commemorate Galerius’s victory over the Persians between the years 295-305 AD. In its relief decoration are depicted performances with the military battles and victories of Galerius.
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