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Egnatia Street, Thessaloniki

Egnatia Street
Οδός Εγνατία
Egnatia/Iasonidou Junction
Namesake Via Egnatia
Owner Municipality of Thessaloniki
Length 3 km (2 mi)
Location Thessaloniki, Macedonia, Greece
From Demokratias Square (Vardari)
To Lysimachou Kaftanzoglou St.

Egnatia Street (Greek: Οδός Εγνατίας) is the main commercial street in downtown Thessaloniki. The road is named for the Roman-era Via Egnatia which passed near the city. Lined with shops and office buildings, it is one of the busiest streets of Thessaloniki.


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