Suleyman I the Magnificent restored the aqueduct from Roman times, a two-storey arch structure, which shapes the silhouette of the city as well as the castle today. After the Greco-Turkish War in 1922, Greek emigrants from Asia Minor settled in Kavala and founded villages in the area, where they also began to grow tobacco. Kavala gained a certain importance through the processing and shipping of the tobacco.Source: Wikipedia
June 8, 2021
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