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See the panorama of the two citieson Rhodes, Greece

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On top of the Filerimos mountain you will find a cross with the staircase leading to a viewing platform where you can see the towns Ialyssos and Ixia.
How to see the panorama of the two cities on Rhodes
Near the monastery on Mount Filerimos you can climb the Way to Calvary (the "Golgotha"), and in the end of you will see the 18-meter cross. Inside is a spiral staircase leading straight to the observation deck.

From here you can see resorts Ialyssos and Ixia, see how aeroplanes begin their descent to the airport, and, of course, you can make a panoramic photo of a beauty surrounding you.

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#3Filerimos mountain on RhodesFilerimos mountain

On top of this mountain are a Catholic monastery, orthodox church, the path "the way to Calvary" and the beautiful panoramic area.

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