On the Way from Arnitha to Mesanagros
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On the Way from Arnitha to Mesanagros

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On the Way from Arnitha to Mesanagros, near windmills

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A: Chapel of St. Nektarios

by Banick, 2.8 km away

Chapel of St. Nektarios near Mesanagros

Chapel of St. Nektarios

B: Church of the "Assumption of the Virgin Mary"

by Iraklis Kavouklis, 2.8 km away

The village's square is also interesting due to the church of the "Assumption of the Virgin Mary", bu...

Church of the "Assumption of the Virgin Mary"

C: Monastery of St. Filimonos

by Banick, 2.9 km away

Moni Filimonas near Arnitha, Rhodes, Greece.

Monastery of St. Filimonos

D: in the mountains of the island of Rhodes

by Alexey Polyakov, 3.4 km away

Где-то в горах острова Родос

in the mountains of the island of Rhodes

E: Ampelia 2

by Dimitri Kladogenis, 10.2 km away

Ampelia 2

F: windmills_Rhodos

by Oleg Lobanov, 12.3 km away

windmills_Rhodos

G: Viewing platform, Rodos

by Oleg Lobanov, 12.7 km away

Viewing platform,  Rodos

H: Agios Panteleimonas

by Philipp Härtinger, 12.8 km away

Agios Panteleimonas, Monolithos, Rhodes

Agios Panteleimonas

I: Monolithos Castle

by Sorry, 12.8 km away

Monolithos Castle

J: suite pool outside

by Papagrigoriou Athanasios Soulis, 15.8 km away

suite pool outside

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Text by Steve Smith.

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