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1. Medieval city of Rhodes
The Medieval City of Rhodes was constructed around 1309 to 1523 and is part of the modern capital city of Rhodes on the Island of Rhodes in Greece. The site was added to the UNESCO World Heritage list in 1988.
2. Jewish Museum of Rhodes
The Jewish Museum of Rhodes is a museum located in the Old Town of the island of Rhodes, eastern Greece. It was established by Aron Hasson of the Rhodes Jewish Historical Foundation in 1997 to preserve the Jewish history and culture of Rhodes. It is adjacent to the Kahal Shalom Synagogue, which is the oldest synagogue in Greece and is located in six rooms formerly used as the women’s prayer rooms.
3. Παναγιά του Κάστρου
Panagia tou Kastrou, also known as Our Lady of the Castle is a medieval Greek Orthodox church in the city of Rhodes, in Rhodes, Greece. It is located inside the old walled city, and it is the largest surviving Byzantine church of the island. It has historically served as a Roman Catholic church and a Muslim mosque throughout its history as Rhodes was conquered by various states and empires.
4. Σουλεϊμανιγιέ Τζαμί
The Suleymaniye Mosque or the Mosque of Suleiman is a former mosque in the city of Rhodes, Greece. It was originally built after the Ottoman conquest of Rhodes in 1522 and is named after Sultan Suleiman to commemorate his conquest. The mosque was reconstructed in 1808 and has been restored several times since. It is the most significant surviving Ottoman-era monument in Rhodes.
5. Μεχμέτ Αγά Τζαμί
The Mehmet Agha Mosque is a historical Ottoman-era mosque on the Aegean island of Rhodes, Greece. Built in the early nineteenth century, it is not open for worship like most of the other mosques on the island. It stands on a prominent place on Sokratous street in the commercial center of the medieval town of Rhodes.
6. Ιμπραήμ Πασά Τζαμί
Ibrahim Pasha Mosque is an Ottoman-era mosque on the Aegean island of Rhodes, Greece. It is the oldest out of the seven mosques inside the old walled city of Rhodes, and the only one open to worship today, serving the Turkish-Muslim community of Rhodes.
7. Ρετζέπ Πασά Τζαμί
The Recep Pasha Mosque is a historical Ottoman mosque on the island of Rhodes, Greece, one of the seven mosques inside the old walled city of Rhodes. As of 2022, it is not open for either worship or visit, due to the poor condition it is in.
9. Diagoras of Rhodes
Diagoras of Rhodes was an Ancient Greek boxer from the 5th century BC, who was celebrated for his own victories, as well as the victories of his sons and grandsons. He was a member of the Eratidea family at Ialysos in Rhodes.
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