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Seven sourceson Rhodes, Greece

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A small park with a gorge, where are the famous seven sources, which have healing power, and the tunnel that can clean you of sins.
Seven sources, Rhodes
Seven Springs are located 30 km from the town of Rhodes and 3 km from Kolymbia. Here you can relax in nature, stroll among the plane trees and pines, make beautiful pictures on the bridges.

Many travellers come here for one purpose - to drink water from the springs which flow into one artificial reservoir. Others consider it their duty to go through a long and narrow tunnel, covered with a few centimetres of water, and thus cleanse themselves of sins.

In the park, there are peacocks, which are very friendly, free toilets, a tavern and a souvenir shop.

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#17Clean your soul of the sins in Seven Springs tunnel on RhodesClean your soul of the sins in Seven Springs tunnelMelissa Clark

It is believed that if you walk through a narrow tunnel, then you will be cleansed from sins.

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