Jamie Oliver meets with Thessaloniki Mayor to talk about city’s gastronomy

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Famous British chef, Jamie Oliver is currently in Thessaloniki for TV production and while he was in the beautiful north, met with the Mayor, Constantine Zervas to discuss the city’s gastronomy. 

During the meeting, Mayor Zervas discussed that the city’s gastronomy is one of the strongest points for the tourism development and the promotion of the city internationally. 

Thessaloniki is included in UNESCO’s Network of Creative Cities, which is providing a wave of energy for the city’s tourism development, and during the visit Zervas even offered the chef two bottles of wine from the municipality’s urban vineyard.

Source: Greek Travel Pages

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