Rhodes Vati

A small village with a very beautiful square and a wonderful coffee house made of stone (it is an inn from 1780) and located under the thick shade of trees. The church of Agios Ioannis o Theologos (Saint John the Theologian) is a typical example of a church in the Dodecanese. On the mountain over the village there are many crawlways, which the locals call “roufoukia” (shelters) –some of them even connect to the other side of the mountain. Italian soldiers had opened them when they encamped in Vati.

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