Lady Of The Castle Cathedral

Lady of the Castle Cathedral – Rhodes, Greece

Lady of the Castle Cathedral (panagia tou Kastrou) is one of the most impressive structures in the Old Town of Rhodes, Greece. It dates back to the 11th century. It is the largest and oldest surviving church in the Medieval city dating back to the 11th century A.D. Its original form belonged to the architectural style of the Cruciform Church with a dome, but it was converted into a basilica with Gothic nave vaults in the Knights period. The church had different uses over time. Originally an Orthodox Christian Cathedral at the time of the Knights (1309– 1522) it was…