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Panorama
Πανόραμα
Location
Panorama, Thessaloniki is located in Greece
Panorama, Thessaloniki
Coordinates 40°35′N 23°2′E / 40.583°N 23.033°E / 40.583; 23.033Coordinates: 40°35′N 23°2′E / 40.583°N 23.033°E / 40.583; 23.033
Government
Country: Greece
Periphery: Central Macedonia
Prefecture: Thessaloniki
Population statistics (as of 2001[1])
City
 - Population: 14,552
Other
Time zone: EET/EEST (UTC+2/3)
Elevation (min-max): 200 - 340 m (656 - 1115 ft)
Postal: 552 xx
Telephone: 2310
Auto: Ν

Panorama (Greek: Πανόραμα) is an affluent suburb of Thessaloniki, Greece. Panorama has a population of 20,000 and is located at the foot of Mount Hortiatis. The Thessaloniki Ring Road is located to the west. The urban area is almost in a triangular shape aligning within the valleys, and offers a view of Thessaloniki in which the place name originates. In Panorama there are some of the most expensive and luxurious properties in northern Greece. Best known are the areas of N751 and Villa Ritz. The central Dimarcheiou square located where the Τown hall is. Panorama is connected to the villages of Hortiatis and Asvestohori in the north and with the districts of Pylaia and Harilaou in the south.

Night view of central Thessaloniki from Panorama.

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Panorama has schools, lyceums, a gymnasium, banks, a post office, and squares (plateies). The American College of Thessaloniki and Saint Lucas clinic are within the municipality of Panorama borders.

Historical population

Year Population Change Municipal population
1981 4,193 - -
1991 10,275 6,082/145.05% 10,278
2001 about 20,000 - -

Between 1981 and 1991, the population growth was the fastest in the Thessaloniki area.

References

  1. ^ "Δείτε τη Διοικητική Διαίρεση" (in Greek). Hellenic Interior Ministry. www.ypes.gr. http://www.ypes.gr/UserFiles/f0ff9297-f516-40ff-a70e-eca84e2ec9b9/D_diairesi.xls. Retrieved 2009-09-09.  

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