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The Acropolis of Rhodes is an acropolis dating from the Classical Greek period (5th–3rd century BC) 3 kilometers from the centre of Rhodes. The partially reconstructed part of the site consists of the "Temple of Apollo" (also, as alternatives Athena Polias and Zeus Polieus) below which is a stadium and a small theatre. It is included in a large park, Monte Smith, named for English Napoleonic admiral William Sidney Smith.

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tsabika

Tsambika beach is one of the most beautiful beaches on Rhodes island. A long, broad beach with fine golden sand and dozens of colourful little flags marking out the various eating establishments and beach sports centre. Τhere is absolutely nothing else except crowds of people of all ages, who come to swim in the emerald crystal-clear water and admire the imposing rock with the Monastery of the Virgin of Tsambika, from which the beach has taken its name.

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sevensprings

Seven Springs. The area has become a lake, where the water comes from seven different sources. There you will find a café-restaurant, ducks and peacocks, and 150 m long tunnel. In case you want it is possible to walk through the tunnel.

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kalithea

Kalithea is an old spa, which is built by the Italians in 1929. This place is 9 km from the town.

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butterflies

Valley of the Butterflies. In the valley, there are thousands of butterflies on the trunks of the trees from June until September.

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lindos

Lindos. Rhodes's most popular attraction. Lindos is a small village. Below it there is a beach and above there is the Acropolis hill where you can climb.

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