The streets and monuments of Upper Town / Thessaloniki Ano Poli
Upper Town is a city brought from another era. Paved streets, stairs, bougainvilleas, jasmines and a magnificent view the city.
The Byzantine baths of Upper Town, is the only surviving bath of the Middle Byzantine period throughout Greece. Located at the entrance of the traditional village of Upper Town, the area Kule Kafe.
The church of St. Catherine, built in the late 13th century is located at the western part of the Upper City.
The church of St. David was built in the late 5th century, at the north side of upper town, near the Vlatades monastery.
The church of Agios Nikolaos Orfanos, was built in the early 14th century is situated near the eastern walls of the Upper City.
The monastery of Vlatades was built in the mid 14th century near the walls of the Acropolis and Genti Koule.
The Mausoleum of Musa Baba is an Ottoman tomb, which dates from the 16th century and is situated in Terpsitheas Square.
At the end of Saint Paul street and east of Herodotus road near the eastern walls of the Upper City is the precinct that includes the small and unassuming church of Agios Nikolaos Orfanos. The erection of the monument took place in the early 14th century. In the books of Mark Mazower, "Thessaloniki city of ghosts", and Victoria Hislop’s, "The thread", among others, there are extensive references to the church of Agios Nikolaos Orfanos.