• Restaurants in the old medieval city of Rhodes, Greece.
  • Restaurants in the old medieval city of Rhodes, Greece.
  • Mosque in the Turkish area of Rhodes, Greece. UNESCO World Heritage Site
  • Medieval poem in the walls of the Grand Masters Palace, Rhodes Greece
  • Medieval poem in the walls of the Grand Masters Palace, Rhodes Greece
  • Narrow medieval lanes of Rhodes, Greece. UNESCO World Heritage Site
  • Narrow medieval lanes of Rhodes, Greece. UNESCO World Heritage Site
  • Medieval doorway in Rhodes, Greece. UNESCO World Heritage Site
  • Columns with deer at the entrance to Madraki, the archaic naval docks. Rhodes, Greece. UNESCO World Heritage Site
  • Columns with deer at the entrance to Madraki, the archaic naval docks. Rhodes, Greece. UNESCO World Heritage Site
  • Columns with deer at the entrance to Madraki, the archaic naval docks. Rhodes, Greece. UNESCO World Heritage Site
  • Columns with deer at the entrance to Madraki, the archaic naval docks. Rhodes, Greece. UNESCO World Heritage Site
  • Columns with deer at the entrance to Madraki, the archaic naval docks. Rhodes, Greece. UNESCO World Heritage Site
  • Fortifications of the 14th century medieval palace of the Grand Master of the Kinights of St John, Rhodes, Greece. UNESCO World Heritage Site
  • Fountain in Hippocrates Square, Rhodes, Greece, UNESCO World Heritage Site
  • The Medieval buildings of the Avenue of the Knights where there were 7 dfferent lodges for Knights speaking different languages. Rhodes, Greece, UNESCO World Heritage Site
  • The Medieval buildings of the Avenue of the Knights where there were 7 dfferent lodges for Knights speaking different languages. Rhodes, Greece, UNESCO World Heritage Site
  • The Medieval buildings of the Avenue of the Knights where there were 7 dfferent lodges for Knights speaking different languages. Rhodes, Greece, UNESCO World Heritage Site
  • The 14th century medieval palace of the Grand Master of the Kinights of St John with the archaic harbour below, Rhodes, Greece. UNESCO World Heritage Site
  • The Medieval buildings of the Avenue of the Knights where there were 7 dfferent lodges for Knights speaking different languages. Rhodes, Greece, UNESCO World Heritage Site
  • Gate of St Paul, Rhodes, Greece. UNESCO World Heritage Site
  • Gate of St Paul, Rhodes, Greece. UNESCO World Heritage Site
  • Interior rooms with hellanistic mosaic floors of the 14th century medieval palace of the Grand Master of the Kinights of St John, Rhodes, Greece. UNESCO World Heritage Site
  • Windmills and walls of Rhodes, Greece. UNESCO World Heritage Site
  • Inner courtyard of the 14th century medieval palace of the Grand Master of the Kinights of St John, Rhodes, Greece. UNESCO World Heritage Site
  • Inner courtyard of the 14th century medieval palace of the Grand Master of the Kinights of St John, Rhodes, Greece. UNESCO World Heritage Site
  • Fortifications of the 14th century medieval palace of the Grand Master of the Kinights of St John, Rhodes, Greece. UNESCO World Heritage Site
  • Fortifications of the 14th century medieval palace of the Grand Master of the Kinights of St John, Rhodes, Greece. UNESCO World Heritage Site
  • Windmills and walls of Rhodes, Greece. UNESCO World Heritage Site
  • The Medieval buildings of the Avenue of the Knights where there were 7 dfferent lodges for Knights speaking different languages. Rhodes, Greece, UNESCO World Heritage Site
  • The Tetrach Statues showing the Emperor Diocletian and his co Emperor  Maximian embrassing  in friendship ( foreground) sculpted in Egyptian porphyry stone. The staues were looted from Constantinople after the Fourth Crusade (1202-1204) and probably decorated the columns of the porch of the Philadelphion. Now on a corner of  St Mark's Basilica Venice
  • Medieval Oriental Byzantine Bas Reliefs of two peackocks on th Facade of St Mark's Basilica, Venice. Looted from Constantinople after the Fourth Crusade (1202-1204)
  • Medieval Oriental Byzantine Bas Reliefs of two winged Griffins on th Facade of St Mark's Basilica, Venice. Looted from Constantinople after the Fourth Crusade (1202-1204)
  • Tomb of Enrico Dandolo the infamous 41st Doge of Venice who persuaded the Fourth Crusade to Sack Constantinople on April 13, 1204. Hagia Sophia, Istanbul, Turkey.
  • Mystras established in 1205 after the conquest of Constantinople during the Fourth Crusade by Prince William II Villehardouin & capital of the Byzantine Despotate of The Morea in the 14th & 15th centuries. Mystras was the last Byzantine stronghold surrendered by Demetrius Palaeologus to the Ottoman Sultan Mehmen II in 1460. Sparta, the Peloponnese, Greece. A UNESCO World Heritage Site.
  • Mystras established in 1205 after the conquest of Constantinople during the Fourth Crusade by Prince William II Villehardouin & capital of the Byzantine Despotate of The Morea in the 14th & 15th centuries. Mystras was the last Byzantine stronghold surrendered by Demetrius Palaeologus to the Ottoman Sultan Mehmen II in 1460. Sparta, the Peloponnese, Greece. A UNESCO World Heritage Site.
  • Mystras established in 1205 after the conquest of Constantinople during the Fourth Crusade by Prince William II Villehardouin & capital of the Byzantine Despotate of The Morea in the 14th & 15th centuries. Mystras was the last Byzantine stronghold surrendered by Demetrius Palaeologus to the Ottoman Sultan Mehmen II in 1460. Sparta, the Peloponnese, Greece. A UNESCO World Heritage Site.
  • Mystras established in 1205 after the conquest of Constantinople during the Fourth Crusade by Prince William II Villehardouin & capital of the Byzantine Despotate of The Morea in the 14th & 15th centuries. Mystras was the last Byzantine stronghold surrendered by Demetrius Palaeologus to the Ottoman Sultan Mehmen II in 1460. Sparta, the Peloponnese, Greece. A UNESCO World Heritage Site.
  • Mystras established in 1205 after the conquest of Constantinople during the Fourth Crusade by Prince William II Villehardouin & capital of the Byzantine Despotate of The Morea in the 14th & 15th centuries. Mystras was the last Byzantine stronghold surrendered by Demetrius Palaeologus to the Ottoman Sultan Mehmen II in 1460. Sparta, the Peloponnese, Greece. A UNESCO World Heritage Site.
  • Mystras established in 1205 after the conquest of Constantinople during the Fourth Crusade by Prince William II Villehardouin & capital of the Byzantine Despotate of The Morea in the 14th & 15th centuries. Mystras was the last Byzantine stronghold surrendered by Demetrius Palaeologus to the Ottoman Sultan Mehmen II in 1460. Sparta, the Peloponnese, Greece. A UNESCO World Heritage Site.
  • Mystras established in 1205 after the conquest of Constantinople during the Fourth Crusade by Prince William II Villehardouin & capital of the Byzantine Despotate of The Morea in the 14th & 15th centuries. Mystras was the last Byzantine stronghold surrendered by Demetrius Palaeologus to the Ottoman Sultan Mehmen II in 1460. Sparta, the Peloponnese, Greece. A UNESCO World Heritage Site.
  • Mystras established in 1205 after the conquest of Constantinople during the Fourth Crusade by Prince William II Villehardouin & capital of the Byzantine Despotate of The Morea in the 14th & 15th centuries. Mystras was the last Byzantine stronghold surrendered by Demetrius Palaeologus to the Ottoman Sultan Mehmen II in 1460. Sparta, the Peloponnese, Greece. A UNESCO World Heritage Site.
  • Mystras established in 1205 after the conquest of Constantinople during the Fourth Crusade by Prince William II Villehardouin & capital of the Byzantine Despotate of The Morea in the 14th & 15th centuries. Mystras was the last Byzantine stronghold surrendered by Demetrius Palaeologus to the Ottoman Sultan Mehmen II in 1460. Sparta, the Peloponnese, Greece. A UNESCO World Heritage Site.
  • The Tetrach Statues showing the Emperor Diocletian and his co Emperor  Maximian embrassing  in friendship ( foreground) sculpted in Egyptian porphyry stone. The staues were looted from Constantinople after the Fourth Crusade (1202-1204) and probably decorated the columns of the porch of the Philadelphion. Now on a corner of  St Mark's Basilica Venice
  • Medieval Oriental Byzantine Bas Reliefs on th Facade of St Mark's Basilica, Venice. Looted from Constantinople after the Fourth Crusade (1202-1204)
  • The Tetrach Statues showing the Emperor Diocletian and his co Emperor  Maximian embrassing  in friendship ( foreground) sculpted in Egyptian porphyry stone. The staues were looted from Constantinople after the Fourth Crusade (1202-1204) and probably decorated the columns of the porch of the Philadelphion. Now on a corner of  St Mark's Basilica Venice
  • Detail of sixth Century Pillars From Acre with oriental bas releif geometric designs. St Mark's Basilica, Venice. Looted from Constantinople after the Fourth Crusade (1202-1204)
  • Detail of sixth Century Pillars From Acre with oriental bas releif geometric designs. St Mark's Basilica, Venice. Looted from Constantinople after the Fourth Crusade (1202-1204)
  • Tomb of Enrico Dandolo the infamous 41st Doge of Venice who persuaded the Fourth Crusade to Sack Constantinople on April 13, 1204. Hagia Sophia, Istanbul, Turkey.
  • Mystras established in 1205 after the conquest of Constantinople during the Fourth Crusade by Prince William II Villehardouin & capital of the Byzantine Despotate of The Morea in the 14th & 15th centuries. Mystras was the last Byzantine stronghold surrendered by Demetrius Palaeologus to the Ottoman Sultan Mehmen II in 1460. Sparta, the Peloponnese, Greece. A UNESCO World Heritage Site.
  • Mystras established in 1205 after the conquest of Constantinople during the Fourth Crusade by Prince William II Villehardouin & capital of the Byzantine Despotate of The Morea in the 14th & 15th centuries. Mystras was the last Byzantine stronghold surrendered by Demetrius Palaeologus to the Ottoman Sultan Mehmen II in 1460. Sparta, the Peloponnese, Greece. A UNESCO World Heritage Site.
  • Mystras established in 1205 after the conquest of Constantinople during the Fourth Crusade by Prince William II Villehardouin & capital of the Byzantine Despotate of The Morea in the 14th & 15th centuries. Mystras was the last Byzantine stronghold surrendered by Demetrius Palaeologus to the Ottoman Sultan Mehmen II in 1460. Sparta, the Peloponnese, Greece. A UNESCO World Heritage Site.
  • Mystras established in 1205 after the conquest of Constantinople during the Fourth Crusade by Prince William II Villehardouin & capital of the Byzantine Despotate of The Morea in the 14th & 15th centuries. Mystras was the last Byzantine stronghold surrendered by Demetrius Palaeologus to the Ottoman Sultan Mehmen II in 1460. Sparta, the Peloponnese, Greece. A UNESCO World Heritage Site.
  • Mystras established in 1205 after the conquest of Constantinople during the Fourth Crusade by Prince William II Villehardouin & capital of the Byzantine Despotate of The Morea in the 14th & 15th centuries. Mystras was the last Byzantine stronghold surrendered by Demetrius Palaeologus to the Ottoman Sultan Mehmen II in 1460. Sparta, the Peloponnese, Greece. A UNESCO World Heritage Site.
  • Mystras established in 1205 after the conquest of Constantinople during the Fourth Crusade by Prince William II Villehardouin & capital of the Byzantine Despotate of The Morea in the 14th & 15th centuries. Mystras was the last Byzantine stronghold surrendered by Demetrius Palaeologus to the Ottoman Sultan Mehmen II in 1460. Sparta, the Peloponnese, Greece. A UNESCO World Heritage Site.

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