« Refugees, Then and Now », the Thessaloniki International Book Fair opens to the migration crisis


Greece second largest city has long been famous for its cultural and religious diversity. Indeed, Thessaloniki, as a merchant port city at the crossroads of Asia, the Near-East and the Balkans, has shaped through history its pluralistic culture thanks to successive migration waves. Today, the city of Thessaloniki, as a reflection of the Greek society’s hospitality, opens a cultural scope on the refugee crisis deeply affecting Greece.

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