Old ruins from the past.. you cant miss them if you visit the old Town of Rhodes, and The Grandmaster Palace
full of history. Quaint little streets. Market stalls, food to eat. Photographic. Full day out. Plenty to see and do. Shows Greek history beautifully.
The ruins of the Lady of the Castle Cathedral are usually quite crowded with tourists, especially on a sunny afternoon when the location is one of the most popular places for visitors to have their photograph taken (the site is best photographed in the afternoon). It is a relatively small space open to the sky between the remnants of the... 更多
We were walking around the city and has a look at the Lady of the Castle Cathedral, I don't the history of it, however if you like historical trips I think Rhodes would have a lot to offer.
This Byzantine Greek Orthodox Cathedral was built in the 11th century, converted in the 14th century by the Order of the Knights of St. John into a Gothic basilica and considered as the Catholic Cathedral of Rhodes, and finally converted; like most Churches in the area; to a mosque with the Ottoman occupation in the 16th century, and most Muslim... 更多
Not a great deal to see, but nice to sit and reflect. Could do with a few more seats around the paved area. Good for taking interesting photos.
Entering the walled town through the Kastou Gate and wandering through the gardens, you will come across the ruins of this once beautiful Cathedral, the stonework will astonish you. It takes little imagination to conjure up a picture of the Cathedral before it was desecrated. Even in its present state, a great backdrop for a picture of your partner/friend. It... 更多