Set in the eastern flank of the Medieval City, next to the entrance of the eastern part of the Moat leading to the Medieval Moat Open Air Theatre, this Gate – also referred to by the locals as the “Kova Gate” – by gives access to the urban section of the fortified city, the harbour bearing the same name and a district which, at the time of the Knights, was an outskirt. Its construction dates from the 15th century. The original site of the Gate remains unknown since by the time of the rule of Grand Master Jean de Lastic it had been barred and replaced by the Gate of the Bastion of the Tongue of Italy, within the context of the reinforcement of the Byzantine fortifications of the eastern flank.
- The Acandia Gate
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