Sights TRIKALA (Town) THESSALIA - GTP - Greek Travel Pages

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Castles, fortresses & fortifications

The Castle of Trikala

It was built by Justinian in the place of the ancient acropolis.

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Lethaios bridge

It is the central bridge of Lethaios, a tributary of the Peneus river, which flows through the city of Trikala.


School of Dorotheos

  It is a stone-built building covered with a wooden roof with tiles of the "French" type. It has a plan in the form of the greek letter "Π" and two floors. Its rooms are appropriate for functionning as a School building: five rooms in the ground floor and storage and auxiliary rooms in the basement.
  Elements characterizing its fronts are the big wooden windows with iron bars and stone frames, the double staircase and the impressively decorated main entrance.
  It was built in 1908 with the kind offer of 1500 golden coins given by the benefactor Dorotheos Scholarios. Entire repair of the building took place in 1991.
  The building belongs to the Municipality of Trikala and is functionning as an Exhibition Room.
  In 1991 it was characterized as a preserved historical monument.

This text is cited Sept 2003 from the Hellenic Ministry of Culture URL below, which also contains image.


Letheos River

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Traditional settlements

Varoussi District

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Religious monuments

Cursum Mosque

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Historical monuments

War Memorial

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Local government WebPages

George Kondyli's tomb

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The Zoo

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Beautiful locations

Prophet Elias grove

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Squares & gardens

Matsopoulou Park

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Central Park

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