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    Inn of the Tongue of Auvergne

    This Inn is situated across from Liberty Gate, in the northern part of the Medieval City. The Inn’s main entrance may be found right across from the church of Panagia tou Kastrou (Our Lady of the Fort), featuring the coats of arms of the Order and the blazon of the House of Guy de Blanchefort, […]

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    Inn of the Tongue of England

    This two-storey building on the street leading from the Marine Gate to the Archaeological Museum of Rhodes – the latter housed in what, under the rule of the Knights (1309-1522) was the Knights main Hospital – came to be identified thanks to historical sources made available by French traveller Rottiers (1828) as well as thanks […]

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    Inn of the Tongue of France

    Located in the lower part of the Street of the Knights, this construction was commissioned by Emery d’Amboise, in 1492, during the mandate of Grand Master Pierre d’Aubusson (1476-1503) to house the Priory of the Tongue of France. A multitude of blazons and inscriptions throughout the complex bear witness to the development of the premises […]

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    Inn of the Tongue of Italy

    Commissioned in 1519 by Grand Master Fabrizio del Carretto (1513-1521), this building is located in the lower part of the Street of the Knights. Although typologically, the structure and concept of the construction is reminiscent of many other inns of its kind, the absence of inscriptions and symbols might just as well suggest that these […]

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    Inn of the Tongue of Provence

    According to the blazons and the inscription in Latin, above the entrance to the premises, this Inn dates from 1518. The blazons are actually those of the Order, of France, of the House of Grand Master Fabrizio del Carretto (1513-1521) as well as the blazon of Francis Flota, Prior of Toulouse who was, according to […]

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    Inn of the Tongue of Spain

    Designated as the official barracks for the knights of Spanish origin, this edifice is located halfway up on the Street of the Knights, its proportions making of it the largest of Inns within the Medieval City of Rhodes. The complex comprises two buildings, the ground level of which is split by a vaulted passageway, very […]