Salonica


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Noun1.Salonica - a port city in northeastern Greece on an inlet of the Aegean SeaSalonica - a port city in northeastern Greece on an inlet of the Aegean Sea; second largest city of Greece
Ellas, Greece, Hellenic Republic - a republic in southeastern Europe on the southern part of the Balkan peninsula; known for grapes and olives and olive oil
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Pte Wynter, a Seaforth Highlander, had been in Salonica and on the Western Front.
As a committed Zionist, Jonathan's ideals were shaped by his grandfather's childhood in wartorn Salonica, Greece, and his later involvement in the early militias that led to Israeli statehood after World War II.
Paloma Diaz-Mas y Teresa Madrid nos presentan en Cartas sefaradies de Salonica la edicion y estudio de La korespondensya.
Jews were attracted to the major economic centers such as Istanbul, Edirne, Salonica, and Izmir, Aleppo and Damascus, Baghdad, Cairo, and Alexandria, whose communities constituted the vast majority of this Jewry.
The stages will host the unique duet of Xylouris White, mixing Cretan music with American rock and improvisation, the contemporary rembetiko band Pliri Ntaxi from Salonica and the groovy Balkan / gypsy band Baildsa -- both guaranteed to get the crowds dancing to the beat.
Tziolis was part of Greece's disastrous Euro 2016 qualifying campaign and arrived at Tynecastle on a six-month deal in January after being freed by PAOK Salonica and worked under Caixinha who was assistant boss at Panathinaikos during 2007-08 season.
Tziolis was part of Greece's disastrous Euro 2016 qualifying campaign and arrived at Tynecastle on a short-term deal in January after being freed by PAOK Salonica.
In 1916, a great multi-national mass of humanity descended on the ancient city of Salonica.
A las anteriores se ira intercalando un momento mas, Salonica, el momento presente, la historia de eme y Alguien.
For instance, this can be found when Zorba tells Kazantzakis on the ship sailing to Crete: "I vanished to it [santuri] to Salonica and got hold of a Turk, Retsep Effendi, who taught everybody the santuri.
The Day of the Salonica brothers Cyril and Methodius, the Slavic educators and creators of the first Slavic alphabet, is celebrated on 24 May.
and Italy, documentation of an Ottoman excavation in Syria, the Rajputs of South Asia, church destruction in the Fatimid Era, placemaking in Sephardic Salonica, Al-Hairi's Maqamat, the patronage of Vizier Mirza Salman, and an Iskandarnama of Nizami produced for Ibrahim Sultan.