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View from the ruined Castle of Monolithos on the Greek island of Rhodes. Located in the small town of Monolithos and on the northern side of the village of Gennadi, this Venetian landmark stands high above the surrounding landscape, being perched atop a 240-metre / 787-foot rock. The castle was built in 1480 by the Knights of Saint John to protect the island from attacks. In fact, this castle was never conquered. Widely ruined today it offers great views to the sea and the two islets opposite to it. The castle remains are very interesting and the setting quite dramatic, with stunning views across the western coast of Rhodes.

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