Thessaloniki Sights & Monuments - The Arch of Galerius, commonly referred to as the Kamara, is a renowned monument situated at the intersection of Egnatia and Demetriou Gounari Streets, in the heart of Navarinou Square in Thessaloniki, Greece. First constructed approximately 305 AD, this remarkable quadruple arch was part of a vast building complex, which also housed the Galerius Palace, the Hippodrome, and the Rotunda. The Kamara was originally built as a tribute to the triumphs of Emperor Galerius over the Persians. Today, the Kamara is a beloved landmark in Thessaloniki and serves as a popular passageway and gathering spot.

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