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From Philippi, saint Paul and his companion Silas visited Thessalonica about 50 A.D.
Casander (who was a general in the army of Alexander the Great) had founded Thessalonica in 314 B.C. Located in northeastern Greece, the city was named after Cassander’s wife (who was also Alexander’s half-sister).
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