Landmarks in Rhodes (Rodos)


This was once a Byzantine monastery that was ceded to the Franciscan monks in 1457.
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This was formerly a large Byzantine church with a high dome, it is located in a side street of Agios Fanouris.
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Built in 1531 and refurbished in 1928, it is on Sophocles Street.
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Regarded as one of the most important Turkish buildings and is a heavily decorated mosque. It contains the sarcophagus of Redjeb Pasha and is located behind the St Fanouris church.
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Built soon after the Turks occupied the city of Rhodes in 1522 on the site of the destroyed Christian Church of the Apostles. It was refurbished in 1808.
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This mosque belonged to the Turkish garrison, and lies at the corner of Socrates and Agios Fanouris streets in Downtown Rhodes.
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