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Klimt Guest House & Viennese Cafe
Greece

The Viennese Cafe is a beautiful place to stay. It has many speciallities and a huge wine selection. It is in the heart of the Old Town, and is a luxury pension as well.

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Tags: old town; medieval; rhodes; klimt guest house; viennese cafe
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