40.5875/40 °35'19" N .
23.036/23 °2'11" E
about 200 to 340 m (centre)
about 600 to 700 m (Cholomontas)
|3-letter abbreviation:||PNT Panorama Thessalonikis|
|Name of inhabitants:||Panoramian sing.
|Address of administration:||2 Pachtaroudi St. near
Panorama 552 36
Panorama (Greek: meaning view) is an affluent suburb and municipality (Δήμος Πανοράματος) of Thessaloniki, Greece. Panorama has a population of 14.552 and is located at the foot of Mount Hortiatis. The Thessaloniki Bypass is located to the west. The urban area are almost in a triangular shape aligning within the valleys and offers a view of Thessaloniki in which the place name originates.
The square is named Dimarcheiou square located where the town hall is. The streets are named after famous people while in the western and the northern part are named after plants.
The municipality was formed 1914 initially known as Arsakli.Ιδρύεται το 1914 από πρόσφυγες της Μικράς Ασίας με αρχική ονομασία Αρσακλή.
Panorama has schools, lyceums, a gymnasium, banks, a post office, and squares (plateies).
Night view of central Thessaloniki from Panorama.
Between 1981 and 1991, the population growth was the fastest in the Thessaloniki area.
Mapquest - Panorama, street map not yet available
Coordinates: 40°35′19″ N 23°2′11″ E
Municipalities of the Thessaloniki Prefecture
Agios Athanasios | Agios Georgios | Agios Pavlos | Ampelokipoi | Apollonia | Arethousa | Assiros | Axios | Chalastra | Chalkidona | Chortiatis | Echedoros | Efkarpia | Egnatia | Eleftherio-Kordelio | Epanomi | Evosmos | Kalamaria | Kallindoia | Kallithea | Koroneia | Koufalia | Lachanas | Lagkadas | Madytos | Menemeni | Michaniona | Mikra | Mygdonia | Neapoli | Oraiokastro | Panorama | Pefka | Polichni | Pylaia | Rentina | Sochos | Stavroupoli | Sykies | Thermaikos | Thermi | Thessaloniki | Triandria | Vasilika | Vertiskos
Medieval Greece / Byzantine Empire
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