How Big Is The Island Of Rhodes?


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The island of Rhodes would be roughly 80 km long as well as 38 km wide. It is shaped rather like a spearhead, having a coastline more or less 220 km in length.

Rhodes is the largest among the beautiful Dodecanese islands, to be found in eastern Aegean Sea. You will find the stunning island of Rhodes just about 11 miles (that is, 18 km) west of Turkey. It is positioned between Greek mainland and Cyprus, another prominent island.

The city of Rhodes would be the island's capital in addition to the key economic, commercial, tourist as well as cultural hub of the Dodecanese. It's positioned at the remote northern extremity of the island and holds the location of the ancient as well as modern commercial harbour. The medieval city of beautiful Rhodes Town is celebrated as a World Heritage Site.

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