Pegasos Beach Hotel

Address: Faliraki, Rhodes, Rhodes, Dodecanese, 85103, Greece | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on Faliraki, Rhodes, is near Medieval City, Ancient Rhodes, The Acropolis of Rhodes, and Ancient Kamiros.
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Travel Blogs from Rhodes

Rhodes

A travel blog entry by thejoiners on Jun 05, 2015

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... on the Kolona Harbour, near the tower and lighthouse of St. Nicholas. The church was beautiful inside and had large chandelier s in it. The Deers were mounted on pillars by the Italians, legendary folk law has it the they keep a watch over Kolona Harbour. From here we travelled towards the airport near the hillside ancient site of Acropolis, stopped and took pics of the coastline and visited the Temple of Apollo. The temple was built by ...

RHODES

A travel blog entry by theproberts on Jun 05, 2015

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... which was a pretty spot. Nearby was the Metropolitan Church of Annunciation, situated on the Kolona Harbour near the tower & lighthouse of St. Nicholas. The church was beautiful inside with a large chandelier in it. From here we travelled toward the airport near the hillside of ancient site of Acropolis, stopped & took pics of the coastline also visited the Temple of Apollo. The Temple was built by the ancient Greeks, situated high on a hill ...

A colossal place to visit

A travel blog entry by newsbob on Jun 03, 2015

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... expelled from Spain during the Inquisition.

We learned all this after we passed a sign pointing us up a street to the Kahal Kadosh Shalom synagogue, built in 1577.

It is different from most synagogues with which we have become familiar. Instead of an altar and ark containing the holy Torah scrolls at the front of the building, the Sephardic tradition calls for a "tevah" reading table in the center ...

Rhodes, the old town

A travel blog entry by john.beach on May 02, 2015

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... go up. A few streets are intact, notably the narrow one with the lodges used by the Knights Hospitallers, when they based themselves on Rhodes during the Crusades.
It's an interesting time to be in Greece, its government in a financial hole, and the European Union debating whether to bail it out again, or to let it go. The newly-elected left-wing government has already made big cuts - 150000 public service jobs cut, old-age pension cut ...

Our first day in Rhodes

A travel blog entry by lowolff on Sep 19, 2014

2 comments, 20 photos

... It is located in what they call Old Town. It is very interesting to see the old and more modern Rhodes co-existing together. Old Town has been declared as a World Heritage Site. The palace was built in the early 14th century (1309) by the Knights of Rhodes, who controlled Rhodes and some other Greek islands from 1309 to 1522, to house the Grand Master of the Order. After the island was captured by the Ottoman Empire (the Turks), the palace was used as a command center and ...