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Lindos

General view of the acropolis of Lindos


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Colossus of Rhodes

In 305 BC, the 32-meter-high giant statue of Helios the sun-god,
one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, was built in this harbour.(Mandraki)

Mandraki

Now the two bronze deer guarding the entrance to the harbour of Rhodes


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Old Town


Marine Gate

Marine Gate : constructed by the Grand Master d'Aubusson



The Palace of the Grand Masters

the Grand Master's palace

It is now a museum, containing sculpture, mosaics taken from Kos by the Italians, and antique furniture.


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Aphrodite of Rhodes

Aphrodite of Rhodes

This lovely statue is the love goddess newly emerged from sea.
Kneeling and holding up her long hair to dry in the sun.



Laocoon Group

Laocoon Group

The most significant of Rhodes' contribution to art was the Laocoon Group,
a Roman copy of which is preserved at the Vatican.



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Lindos


Temple

The acropolis of Lindos and Temple



Late Hellenistic Stairway
The port of St. Paul
Late Hellenistic Stairway
The port of St. Paul


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Kamiros

Kamiros, the smallest of the three ancient cities forming the Rhodian state,
is in the west part of the island.

Kamiros

Ruin of ancient Kamiros


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Petaloudes

Petaloudes (Valley of the Buttrflies) is the 26km south-west from Rhodes.

Valley of the Buttrflies
Monastery
Entrance of Valley of the Buttrflies
a Monastery


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Pension Minos


The morning glow

The morning glow : From the roof garden of Pension Minos



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