The architectural aspect of the new city of Rhodes is greatly influced by the italian architecture of the late thirties (mostly fascist) and by the presence of the fortificated Medieval Town. In the whole area in front of Mandraki harbour, as elsewhere, the Italians put up various buildings with large spaces between them. Among them is the Governor’s Residence, a building with Gothic arches all round, which stands a little to the north of the Church of the Annunciation. Today it houses the headquarters of the Prefecture. The other building include the Town Hall, the National Theater (opposite the Governor’s Residence), and the law courts, south of the church of the Annunciation!
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