Located at the top of Monte Smith Hill, the Acropolis of Rhodes was an important site for worship, education and recreation in ancient times.
Bronze statues of fallow deer oversee the entrance to Mandráki Harbour.
This beautiful garden is located just outside the walls of the Palace of the Grand Master.
There are many gates into the Medieval Walled City of Rhodes. This one requires drawbridge passage over a moat.
The exterior of a 14th century church honouring St. Marina. The privately-owned church was renovated and then donated to the Greek Orthodox Church.
The medieval city of Rhodes was protected from invaders by fortified walls and a moat.
The clock tower in the Medieval Walled city of Rhodes, Greece.
The crenellated walls surrounding the city were continuously fortified and strengthened to keep the city's inhabitants safe from invasion.
The bronze statues in Mandráki Harbour can be seen when approaching Rhodes by sea. Originally, the harbour was protected by Colossus of Rhodes, one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World.