Despite being a bit tricky to find, it's well worth the visit. In the Old City there are 2 squares. One has a fountain, the other a black pillar - a memorial to the 1600 holocaust victims from Rhodes' Jewish community. It's off the 2nd square.
There is a lovely Sephardi synagogue there and a museum about the history of the Jewish community on Rhodes. There is also an gentleman who tells has taken it upon himself to tell visitors his story and that of his family, memorializing this ancient community.
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