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UNESCO protected Rhodes old Town Transformation!

Amazing news announced by the GR government!

Medieval City of Rhodes Island
Medieval City of Rhodes Island

Over twelve void structures in a standout amongst Greece's most grand areas — the UNESCO-recorded Old Town of Rhodes — are being offered for rent in the coming weeks, a service official said Wednesday.

A large portion of the state-possessed structures, which go back to the eighteenth and nineteenth century, will be transformed into homes or little lodgings, and the rest will be rented as shops, said Maria Michailidou, leader of the artifacts body for the more extensive Dodecanese island gather that covers Rhodes.

"The vast majority of them are in poor condition," Michailidou said.

"Whoever leases them will have the duty of reestablishing them," she said.

The biggest island of the Dodecanese, Rhodes was involved by the Knights of St John of Jerusalem from 1309 to 1523, preceding they expelled by the Ottoman Turks and migrated to Malta.

A standout amongst Greece's best-kept up medieval landmarks and a main visitor draw, the Old Town blends Gothic engineering with mosques, open showers and other Ottoman period structures.

Despite the fact that the 14 structures to be rented are not recorded landmarks, they are as yet secured by urban arranging confinements, Michailido Want to add a caption to this image? Click the Settings icon. u said.

A culture service proclamation said the rent time frame would be 12 years for settlement use, and six for business use with a conceivable six-year reestablishment period. Sale subtleties are required to be discharged in a month.

Thumbs up! Go Rhodes Island!The Amazing & Unique, UNESCO protected, Medieval City of Rhodes Island in Greece!

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