The Palace of the Grand Master stands tall as a captivating testament to Rhodes’ rich history. Situated in the heart of Rhodes Old Town, this magnificent palace is a true architectural marvel.

Built in the 14th century by the Knights of St. John, the Palace of the Grand Master served as the residence for the Grand Master, the highest-ranking knight of the Order. 

The palace boasts a unique blend of Gothic and Renaissance styles, adorned with intricate stone carvings and grand archways.

The palace also houses the Museum of Rhodes, showcasing impressive collections of ancient artifacts, medieval armor, and historical exhibits that offer an insight into the island’s diverse past.

Once destroyed by an explosion in 1856, the Palace of the Grand Master was meticulously restored to its former glory in the mid-20th century. 

Today, it stands proudly as one of Rhodes’ most iconic landmarks, inviting visitors to delve into its fascinating history and immerse themselves in its grandeur.