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See peacockson Rhodes, Greece

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If you want to see peacocks that show off their beautiful plumage, then climb the mountain Filerimos!
How to see peacocks on Rhodes
On top of the Filerimos mountain are located monastery and the church, you can walk along the cypress park, explore the bas-reliefs depicting the Lord's passion, but the main charm of the place - peacocks, which behave here like cats and dogs in large cities :)

They are free to roam the area and are happy to show you their plumage. You just need to be quick and make good photos :)

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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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