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At the highest point of the city of Rhodes is standing the ancient acropolis. The incomparable view of the endless sea will not leave the visitor irresponsive to its charm. In the acropolis, you can admire the restored ancient stadium of Diagoras and the nearby marble ancient theatre, where several cultural events are hosted even today....
Although, not many sections of the ancient city have been preserved, a visit to Filerimos Hill, where it is located, is definitely worth it. The remaining parts of the ancient city is the Temple of Athena Poliados, in which is located the base of the statue of Athena, as well as some columns. During your stay, you can visit the monastery of...
On the top of the beautiful village of Lindos with its picturesque alleys stands the ancient acropolis. Its main attraction is the Temple of Athena Lindia, dated around 300 BC, as well as the propylon and the Hellenistic archway. You can also see the premises of the following eras, such as the Byzantine chapel of Agios Ioannis and the...
Ancient Kamiros flourished during the archaic and the Hellenistic period and was one of the most significant towns of the island. It is built amphitheatrically overlooking the sea without any sign of fortification. Ruins of houses, the ancient market-place (Agora), a Doric Temple, the ruins of the aqueduct and the ruins of the Temple of Athena...