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Hippocrates Square, Old Town, Rhodes
Greece

The medieval walled city of Rhodes was a stronghold of the Knights of the Order of St. John of Jersalem between 1309 and 1523. The old town is a maze of hundreds of streets and lanes, many of which are unnamed.

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