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Alexandroupolis - A Hospitable CityAlexandroupolis is one of the newest Greek cities. It was founded by the Turks in 1876 as a trading post (despite the fact that it did not have a port) for loading goods on ships destined for Adrianoupolis, which was connected by railway. It took the name Dedeagats, by the name of a Turkish monk who had been buried at that point. Russians engineers drew up the street plan in 1877, when the region was occupied by Russia, in the Russian-Turkish war. The Town, who had collected many Greek residents, came to Greece with the rest of Thrace, of ordering the Treaty of Sevres. Immediately, it took its current name in honor of the then King Alexander, who had visited it when it was just released. The ruins of ancient Traianoupolis are just ten minutes from the eastern exit of town. From the substantial administrative, civil and ecclesiastical center of Thrace, founded by Emperor Traianos in the second century BC, have left few buildings. The municipal park, the picturesque church of St. Eleftherios, the neoclassical building of the Pedagogical Academy and some old houses with typical architecture of the century make up the image of this city. In the old town hall is housed an archaeological collection. The Ecclesiastical Art Museum housed in the spiritual center of the metropolis. The folklore collection E. Philippidou will show weavings, embroidery, sarakatsani uniforms, etc. In the taverns of Alexandroupolis to eat fresh fish and abundant seafood. In Klimataria, in Koutouki of Stavros, in Metaxas, in Mermaid, and elsewhere. The town has a lively nightlife in bars and nightclubs.
For swimming you can go to the beach of EOT (Greek Tourism Organization) and to the beaches until Makri. If you have a boat, in the port of Alexandroupolis, there is astation only for water. The supply of fuel is made from petrol stations.