Monday, October 24, 2011


The walled citadel of Rhodes is one of the best preserved Medieval towns in Europe, as well the oldest continuously inhabited one. In 1988 it was designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
To enter these walls  through one of the gates is entering another world... where spirits of the Knights, of its Ottoman past and the Jewish heritage coexist alongside the modern, vibrant present which has made this fascinating labyrinth of alleys and little squares a mesmerizing world one has to experience so as to believe it. And the only way is... getting "lost" in these narrow alleys where times seems to stand still.

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