Trikala, Greece is a pretty small city in Greece. The population is
57.914. Though it is not a big place that famous people came from,
it still has its beauty.
Trikala, Greece a beautiful place to visit places such as the picture below!
As a town in one of the regional units of Greece, Trikala has ruins of some
ancient places. The place below is the ruins of a church back in the day.
As you can see, the big bridge lights up at night so that people are safe.
The blue lights make the reflections in the water a photographer's dream.
Photographers can take pictures of people with the reflection, that would
then give off a beautiful blue halo effect.
Gyros (Pronounced: Yee-ros) is a traditional Greek stable food.
The meat is either Pork or Chicken and is placed inside pita bread.
Along with the meat is also served with Tzatziki, onions, tomatoes
and French Fires.
This Staple Food is called Moussaka. Moussaka is known as one of
the Six National Dishes, and so the taste should be
very good. A traditional moussaka consists of layers of minced meat
cooked in tomato sauce, potatoes, sweet eggplants, and crusty
béchamel cream on top.
Dolmades are a typical Greek side dish.
They are made of vine or grape leaves stuffed with herby,
lemony rice and folded over to create a small parcel, which is then
You can also find them filled with meat or vegetarian with rice only.
Loukoumades a Greek delicacy loved by children and adults alike.
Small fried doughnut-like balls drenched in honey syrup and sprinkled
with various toppings such as cinnamon or crushed walnuts.
The population of the city is 57.914 inhabitants, but the real population
is about 75.000 inhabitants. The housing styles range from mansions,
tiny houses, and big apartment complexes.
There are still buildings that take after the Ancient Greek Architecture.
Some can be seen easily, while others you might have to look for.
Visiting Trikala would give you that experience of seeing and searching.
Trikala, Greece has a place called Osman Sah Mosque or
Kursum Mosque. It is a 16th-century Ottoman Empire building that has
been made into a museum.
The place in the picture is called Mill of the Elves. It is especially popular
during the Christmas season for obvious reasons--if not obvious
look at its name! :) It's a theme park!
Trikala Byzantine Castle is one of the most popular places to see and explore.
Commonly known as a Byzantine-Citadel, and made with a few Ottoman
modifications here and there to match each era better, the Trikala Castle
stands tall to this day.
Two Waterfalls located in Paleokaria
Meteora Greece Rock Formations...
27 minutes drive from Trikala Central City.
The Monastery of Varlaam
Old Byzantine Church in Trikala, Thessaly, Greece.