Located at a major intersection of two Roman roads, Thessalonicaâ€™s location and its port made it a prominent city. Most of the ruins of Thessalonica are buried under the thriving city of Thessaloniki. But, what can be seen is the 1st century forum, a rectangular paved area.
Three sides of stoas (an ancient covered walkway) marked by double rows of columns provided access to the surrounding area.
1st century bathhouse
The odeum was an enclosed theater for public performances
The arches reveal where an enclosed shopping area existed.