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Karin and Filip wrote a review Aug 2020
Eeklo, Belgium2,139 contributions259 helpful votes
Dated 14th Century and located in the Jewish Quarter. The church was bombed during World War II but the Gothic Style remains give an impression of its "grandeur".
Date of experience: September 2019
1 Helpful vote
ANGELO V wrote a review Dec 2019
Milan, Italy1,560 contributions176 helpful votes
The ruins of the church of the Virgin of the Burgh (Παναγία Του Μπουργκου) are located within the Medieval Town of Rhodes, close to the port entrance. It was a gothic cathedral, but only the apse and a couple of side chapels are left, but what remains is still evocative ot times long gone. It is always invaded by tourists, and this makes it hard to fully enjoy it, and it is very hard to take a photo of it without people around - still it is well worth visiting.…
Date of experience: November 2019
dinerdon wrote a review Oct 2019
Bayville, New Jersey897 contributions287 helpful votes
Gives one an added perspective into the magnificence that as once Rhodes. There is enough of the structure remaining to allow one to envision what was once there. Part of the old town, make sure you locate it.
Date of experience: June 2019
tink10000 wrote a review May 2019
Oxford, United Kingdom638 contributions133 helpful votes
Situated just by the port entrance of old time is this stunning ruin. I preferred it to the grand palace and the archaeological museum. Lit up at night and is even more breathetaking
Date of experience: May 2019
1 Helpful vote
Matthew K wrote a review Apr 2019
Bradford, United Kingdom123 contributions21 helpful votes
It’s nice to be able to ‘go within’ the ruins for this church, although, as with ALL of the Ruins in Rhodes, some descriptions or an idea of what it might have looked like in the last would have been better.
Date of experience: April 2019