The palace was built in the 14th century by the Knights of Rhodes. It was restored during the Italian occupation of Rhodes in early 20th century. The palace is large, but it is mostly empty. Despite that grand empty feeling of the palace, the restoration was very well done. I could really get a good sense of what a knight was actually seeing inside of the palace when he was walking around the castle hundreds of years ago. There are beautiful mosaics on the floors throughout the castle, and lots of hallways and large rooms to wander around in. As luck would have it, I was in Rhodes on a Greek national holiday in October, so there was no entrance fee on that day - very lucky for me! .
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