Villa Mordoch

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Villa Mordoch (Greek: Βίλα Μορντόχ) is the name of a historic villa of Thessaloniki, Greece on Vasilissis Olgas Avenue.

View of the building

It was property of the wealthy Mordoch family of the city. It was completed in 1905, designed by architect Xenophon Paionidis.

Today it houses public services of the Municipality of Thessaloniki.[1]

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