Mediterranean Cosmos

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Mediterranean Cosmos.

Mediterranean Cosmos is a shopping mall located in the east side of Thessaloniki, Greece's second largest city. It opened in October 2005 and claims to be the largest retail and entertainment development in Southeastern Europe. It contains more than 200 retail units and facilities including an 11-screen multiplex cinema, numerous shops of fashion and electronics goods as well as coffeehouses, restaurants, bars, a supermarket, an amphitheatre with a capacity of 400 people and an Eastern Orthodox church.

The mall is located about 5 km away from Thessaloniki International Airport, "Macedonia", close to the busy suburb of Kalamaria and the Interbalkan Medical Center. It can be accessed by Greek National Road 67, the highway connecting Thessaloniki with the southern part of Chalkidiki. Inside the mall, a multitude of roads and squares have been created to reflect the character of traditional cities of Northern Greece, in combination with the advantages of a modern city's centre.

In June 2012 the company that owns the mall, Lamda Development, announced that the parking would be charged from mid-February 2013.[1][2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Mediterranean Cosmos Parking". 
  2. ^ "Mediterranean Cosmos". Retrieved 28 January 2013. 

Coordinates: 40°33′21″N 22°59′37″E / 40.5558°N 22.9936°E / 40.5558; 22.9936