Rhodes harbour - the 3 windmills
In the center of Rhodes town, at the harbour, they are 3 windmills. Just behind you can see the commercial harbour with some cruise boats. In the land site it is the senter or Rhodes, name Mandraki, and behind on the left you can see the cassel of the old medieval town.
Rhodes (city)From Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaRhodes (Greek: ?????, Ródos, [?ro?os]) is the prin...
This is the old harbor of rhodes called Mandraki,the Evagelismos church is the cathidral of Rhodes Is...
The fortifications of St. Paul, entered into by St Paul's Gate, was one of 11 gates surrounding the m...
A beautiful sunrise in the city of Rodos
this is the only point you can all 3 harbours of the city o Rhodos, the commercial, the fishing, and ...
The main Square of Rhodes City, were we can see the city hall between the flags at the left the polic...
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