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St. Athanasios gate of Medieval city of Rhodes
Greece
One of the seven etrances to mediaval town of Rhodes. The St. Athanasios gate is situated at the south of the city and in the nedieval age it was the exit to the vilage of koskinou.
Copyright: Dimitri kladogenis
Type: Cylindrical
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Uploaded: 24/09/2013
Updated: 27/09/2013
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Tags: old city; medieval town; gate
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