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Art monuments in the city of Serres

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* 12Kb The archaeological museum of Serres commonly known as "Bezesteni"
* 55Kb The ruined castle of Acropolis. This castle is a typical landmark for the city of Serres.
* 55Kb Part of Acropolis' ruined walls.
* 44Kb St. George Kryonerites probably dating from the early 14th century, is situated on the way to the resort of St. John.
* 37Kb The old metropolis (St. Theodores) as can be seen from NW
* 7Kb The old metropolis (St. Theodores) as can be seen from SW
* 35Kb The old metropolis (St. Theodores) as can be seen from S
* 41Kb Saint Nicolas, at the NE part of Acropolis, a cemetery church with an underground crypt probably dating from the first half of the 14th century.
* 43Kb The statue of Emmanouel Papas at the Liberty square. Commander chief of the Macedonian forces during the national Revolution against the Ottomans in 1821.
* 13Kb Inscribed funerary relief with a male and a female bust and a Thracian horseman at the top and two male and a female bust at the bottom. 2nd century AD, Serres Archaeological Museum
* 58Kb Apostle Andreas as it is pictured on a mosaic exhibited in the Archaeological Museum of Serres.


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