Single tree with a scenic seaside in the background in Greece

368 views • 13 times solved • Jan 12, 2023

Single tree with a scenic seaside in the background in Greece

Rhodes, rightfully, bears the title of the most beautiful of the islands of Greece and occupies the 4th place in terms of area among them. However, the island itself is not actually large, it has a length of a little less than 50 miles, so you can drive it by car in a couple of hours. In the center of the island of Rhodes there are mountains and hills. The western coast of the island is surrounded by the Aegean Sea, which washes waves to the shore, which is perfect for windsurfing. The eastern coast of the island of Rhodes is protected by mountains and washed by the Mediterranean Sea, it is a good place for a beach holiday. Most of the beaches of Rhodes are pebbly, they are clean, beautiful, and great for swimming, including with children. The island also pleases with its weather, the sun almost always shines here. Rhodes is one of the most ancient cities on the planet. The first colonies appeared here for several millennia BC, and the residents of Rhodes themselves believe that the legendary hero-demigod Hercules founded the first settlement on Rhodes. The island has a rich history and, accordingly, cultural heritage: ruins of ancient cities, fortresses, castles, palaces, and acropolises have been preserved here. The city is famous for one of the 7 wonders of the world, UNESCO World Heritage Sites and an abundance of ancient monuments. For example, the Colossus of Rhodes, 37 meters high, which personified the ancient Greek Sun God Helios. This wonder of the world was erected in 285 BC but unfortunately destroyed by an earthquake in 227 BC and now there are columns left of it.

Number of pieces Times solved The fastest time The slowest time The average time
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Published: Jan 12, 2023
Updated: Jan 18, 2023

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Really fascinating!!!
13 Jan