Rhodes 2022

Rhodes 2022

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Our first trip must have led us to the port, where we looked at the location of the Colossus of Rhodes. According to the stories, there was a statue of a giant Helios sun god at the entrance to the port of Rhodes. The feet of the statue are now marked by a statue on both sides of the entrance, and it must have looked like this. But why would they bother with this statue so much? To do this, we must go back to 308 before our Common Era, when Rhodes was an important trading centre, which was first and foremost an alliance with Pharaoh Polemyus. The Macedonian Empire, on the other hand, did not approve of this alliance, and, on the campaign against Egypt, asked the citizens of Rhodes to take their side. Following the rejection of Rhodes, in 305 before Christ, the Macedonians besieged the city, which, thanks mainly to its strong walls, resisted the siege.

When the Macedonians saw that they could not succeed in the traditional way, they built a huge machine, the name of the structure, the ruiner of the cities, or Helle Police. This destroyer's monster was 44 meters high, and inside it were ejected by catapults that were able to transport huge boulders beyond the walls. On the first deployment of the giant device, it was a complete success. The citizens of Rhodes were absolutely desperate, and they prayed to the god of cities for help to Helius, and they dug a deep pit in front of the castle wall, for safety's sake, disguised with branches of wood and earth. The next morning,

when the soldiers pushed the helepolite closer to the wall, the front wheels of which tilted, and the structure became unmovable. In addition, he closed the opening that he had managed to hit the city wall the day before. Then the Macedonians gave up the siege. Well, this wonderful escape was interpreted by the citizens of the city as hearing their prayers, and out of gratitude, the remains of the siege machine, and much more, they built the statue of the Sun God Helios, who defended the city. Well, that's how the statue got here.

These windmills were built here in the Middle Ages on the coast of the harbor. In the Middle Ages, too, a very important commercial bath was the island of Rhodes. They put it here so that they could grind the grain from the docks here on the spot, and we know that the wind is always blowing on the beach, and then they grind the various grains on the spot. Looks like you

can go into one of these windmills, so we'll take a closer look at this. Unfortunately, you can't go into the windmill, no matter how we wanted it, it's locked. To make up for it, we'll look behind him, and there's a very nice combination. You can see the three windmills and a fortress guarding the port entrance in a distance. And by the way, there's a cove where there's hiking boats and welcome ships and warships on the other side. Okay. So it seems to me that

the hilltop was not only up there, but also here on the beach. So it was a very strong fortress that couldn't be taken easily. This deserted place we're in between the mountains is Lindos.

We can see the Acropolis in the background, which we may even look closer. You can only park it in a free parking lot from where we have to walk to the city. Where we'll walk up to Acropolis. How many coupons say that?

Well, that's 35 degrees, I'm sure. It's a very pleasant little tour. There's a reason to stop in the parking lot upstairs, and there's a monkey or two who thought he was coming down because he's smarter. Well, here in the roundabout, you can turn around and go back. So you can only walk into town from here, because there are narrow streets.

But let's explore Lindos. Now, that's a very funny thing to do. The entrance gates are there, so we bought the ticket at the cashier's, which should be clipped at the entrance gates, which aren't working, and a lady's gonna get the tickets.

I think this was also done with EU money. In such a cool way. And now we can maximize to 19.40. Then it's closed. If he waits, he closes. - Yeah. - After we arrived at the fortress, which the Greeks had already used, he was later one of the fortresses of the Johannita Order.

This allowed four beautiful sights of the bay and the beach, and it served as a watchman's post and protected this cove. Then in 1553 when the Ottoman Empire took over the island, it was in the hands of the Turks, and then they were here. Finally, the Italians took it back in 1903. It fell into the hands of the Italians, and later it was returned to Greece. After they redistributed the territories during World War I.

It's back to mercenary Greece. Now, let's go up a little bit and take a look around, shall we? - Good. After we came through the gate, we arrived in the middle of your fortress. Well, it's pretty messed up. There's a sick cat asleep. Now. I'm assuming it didn't look like this when he was new.

- Attention, this looked like a fortress, and you'd think it was just some kind of military object. Now it was originally a church, so that's where the word "acropolis" comes from. Here in ancient times, the goddess Athena had a statue, and we see traces of it here. And if we go up this giant stairwell, we'll also see what's left of it.

And so we were a few steps up, and Athena was the temple of God. He obviously had a roof and everything. Unfortunately, over the centuries, many Hellenistic monuments have been destroyed and little remains. I had nothing, and now they're trying to fix it. Here at the end of the world, where we stopped, or in the middle of it, is the valley of the seven springs.

Surprisingly, he got his name because of seven sources coming together in one place. This is interesting because it appears on the island that there is a lack of liquid and water, and natural water and natural precipitation have always been a great treasure. And that's why this has functioned as a political place of all kinds in ancient times. - This is the place we're going to see. Oh, and we could've rented one of these. I think we're better off with

that Citroen because there's no climate in this. So in this heat, I think we'd be crazy, but it's funny. And it's a life-form. It's so cool. It's a nice free parking lot to get into. Seven springs into his valley, which, by the way, I understand there are tourist routes like this. For the sake of the weak, you're exposed to the arrow.

Now, come on, let's go inside and check out the two sources. To be safe, they put seven moons here, so that the mayor knows where to go, so here's the arrow. - Good. - Natural river water. I come from mountain crap.

I think this is the first time we've stood here with natural water. It's the only dried up riverbirds we've ever seen. Have you ever seen a river on this island? - No. - No. Right? Here's one of the sources. It's a natural source.

The attraction here is that the source goes into a tunnel, and we can go through the tunnel to the other half. And now we're going in, we're going in the subbus. - What's next? - But the way they're coming.

And here we go. Hey, hey, hey, hey! After a long and dark walk, we slowly pop out halfway around the other side and see where we got out. Well, that's pretty cool. You gotta be careful, 'cause they're looking out for you.

This might get deeper, right? We made it out here. Well, that's pretty cool. Okay, but where's the source? We'll be right to the source. We came out, I walked. After we got out of the tunnel, we didn't take the shoes with us, and now we're running barefoot, it's very exciting, and the sign says that there's actually the seven spring waterfall, which we wanted to see originally. Everything will be interesting. Could this be it? - He'll be here, yeah. - He's the Fidesz of the Seven Walls.

It was really close. It's not that funny to go barefoot with pebbles. The water flows from that tunnel into this yellow, which then goes down this so-called waterfall and then flows on. A certain seven sources, I don't know, we'll look into it. Maybe the source we see here comes from two places, and that's two sources. On this gate we enter the Fentektario shrine, which became famous from there, there used to be a chapel here, and it became famous that in 1966 the son of a Greek couple caught the polio epidemic, and here they prayed to the Nectarius saint for healing, and then the child was healed, and then this shrine became famous, more and more pilgrims came here, and then they broke down the old chapel and bought the Hebrew. And it's still a shrine. Unfortunately, we can't drone.

It's exposed, there's a drone sign, and that would have been great from up there. Who doesn't know what polio is. This is a viral disease caused by a poliovirus, only attacks children, and the vast majority of infected do not cause any problems or symptoms, but one percent develop a fatal complication, resulting in the death of the victim in an iron lung for the rest of his life. To this day, this disease would rage if there were no compulsory vaccination. So the only reason we don't have kids in a wild spa right now is because we're gonna have to administer a vaccine against poliovirus.

That's why it was interesting to say that standing by the monument or standing by the shrine. Salzburg Salzburg 2 is currently on the agenda, with a mortality rate of 3 percent and a long-term or permanent health loss of 10 percent. Still, a lot of people don't want to hear about mandatory vaccinations or all kinds of safety precautions, because what's the point? You can see that in 1966 it was taken a little more seriously than it is now. Well, let's take a look around your chapel. There's a very interesting object hiding in the mountains. It's a toy museum that's really in the middle of nowhere, so is this.

Nectarizer's not far from here, like two kilometers away. Where the old and new Greek games are. And there's also a treasure-seeking game, so if we go through these places, we'll end up finding out what the opening code of this box is, and then there'll be some treasure in it. Well, then, let's go around our exhibition. So the interesting thing about this museum is that it commemorates Greek toy production. The Greek versions of different

matrices, so they're all made here, and it's a pleh-mobile Greek version, and here we see a circus, and there's a variety of playbow-mill Greek solutions. Interesting. Or four, it was a ballpark. He thinks it's interesting that the Hubi's curves have slipped.

- Well, it's interesting to see that what we have here in socialist ihra, the record factory was navological, and here they were very horny moonwalkers. Well, it looks like it's some kind of four pair. - No, he jumped on the wheels, and it looks like he's cutting groceries. There are different types of metal typical toys, and I told you there was something here. Robot, robot, robot, robot. And here's the Apollo spaceship. It's not a bosto missile, it's an Apollo if it goes. Very good. Flying saucers are

also all kinds of new tools. That's very interesting. But that's how the Greek home was made. Now, I have to add, they were made in the 1960s. They knew that in the '60s. It's not bad. Oh, there's all kinds of record tanks here, too. I knew it a long time ago.

Limps, my favorite. Looks like you know how to fly a rocket. It's very funny. Muslim too. Were there any cool games like this here? - When you're here? They made this kind of game in 1958. I'm sorry. - He's not weak. - And we came downstairs to the pig line, where there are video games. Oh, that's a lot.

Now we're gonna find out if the code was right. Isn't it good? - Oh, good. And I had it, and this code deciphered the code. - That's it. - I found the treasure chest. - That's it. - We don't know. I found the treasure chest. We were standing here, in Levente's words, at the butterfly thing.

We recommend it at the butterfly thing, okay. But anyway, it's a valley of butterflies. Isn't it? - His valley. - Yeah, 150 meters, I'm not putting one together, two hours is fine. We're going down to the taste of the butterfly. - I think that's 50 meters. - Here's the butterfly valley. Animals should not be brought in,

so the Fradi fans cannot be brought into this valley of butterflies, because animals cannot be brought in. - Well, five euros, six twins, here it is. Now, five euros into the butterfly's land.

The access system doesn't work here either, so it looks like I can't get up here at the height of the IT development. I've got another 200 to go. - You can't smoke, you can't bring in Fradi cheerleaders and be quiet. We'll break it. - We're in the Butterfly Valley, we can't make butterflies here. - That's what it is. - Hold on a second, he's here. Andi, don't touch it, butterfly. - We're going down.

- We're in the valley of famous butterflies, but we haven't seen a butterfly yet. - We saw one. - But I'm not even sure it was. - At the same time, we're walking by a natural freshwater stream. Under the shadow trees,

it's definitely positive, so there's no great heat here. By the way, you can see that if you plant trees in an urban environment that give you shadows, how much messier and more pleasant the climate is than where four are cut out. I'm out of the parking lot, too, which was walled up, so that was some kind of murderous heat, 37-degree wheat, which is very unpleasant. And here, in the shadow of the trees, it's quite pleasant, I think it's under 30. It's totally liveable. We've been butterflying, we haven't seen you yet. And the butterflies turned up. They've been distracted,

and now sooner. Worse. - We found villamos, they're flashing there. There's the butterfly, there's my friend. - He seemed to be a butterfly. - They're in the world. There's a career on the plant. - I liked it so much, he wouldn't mess with it.

- There's statues everywhere. - And there's a butterfly. Now there's one guarded about what's going on. And there's trees in the inner courtyard, there's a bunch of butterflies flying around. It

is indeed the land of the butterfly, but it can be seen that this valley is covered by the same species, so it is practically the valley of a kind of butterfly, because with the eyes there are usually individuals of the same species. They're not butterflies of different species. We'll find out exactly what species this is. We're here at Rodosian Harbor to board a ship to Marmaris, Turkey. It's just for now, isn't it? - It doesn't have to be on it.

- Draining, slamming, we'll take care of it in a minute. It's hot in the bud. - And this is Asia. - We took the words of Endre Ady. - Let's go back to Asia and go back. - Hello, Budai. We're a candy manufactory where they made all kinds of sweets.

Thank you. - Hello. - There's really great stuff. And the owner, the doctor in Logo, is really a Hungarian word. - Well, he's nothing but head cotton candy, which looks like this in a box. Very good, very good.

Now, this kind of thing, I've just tasted this biscuit-like thing. That was something fantastically delicious. I really liked it. What we need to know is that artificial colours and sweeteners aren't used here, so they make everything out of sugar, pine honey and stuff like that. Here's a nice little thing, some pine water, and today we're gonna get a Turkish chart. Why? Because I see different essential oils, I see. Cash is good.

- That's good. - Oh, pomegranate. - What's this? - It's our pomegranate, but what's this? - He's here. - It's sloppy. - I don't think it's sloppy, I think it's dust. I really think I can make that happen. - Is that an apple? - That's the squirt. - Cool. We've got the boys from Pál Street and they're the tourists from Pál Street.

So, everyone with the camera, the map, the camera. That's very interesting. In Rhodes, we saw buildings with such Turkish motives. But this building has Greek motives for decorating the window frame. The trends have a way of affecting

each other back and forth. That's very interesting. And now we're going up to the Suleyman Castle, on top of which is the Turkish flag. The story of the castles is that when Suleiman took the rodos in 1553, the palace of the Grand Master was found in Rodos. He was very fond of Sultan Suleiman, and he told his architect that within this six-month period, Bira Marques here would do a crime for him. It's been six months. Well, it didn't really work out.

It didn't really work out. Well, he only managed to build a small part of that in six months. The illiberal thing didn't work then, did it? However, you can see the Greek feeling, there are buildings as blue and white as Greece. So I wouldn't know that we're in Turkey, so we might as well think we're in Greece. And here we are at the Suleyman Castle. Now, we're going to look at the castle of the Suleiman, which is quite a small castle compared to the grandmaster's palace, which we're going to watch in another video. And we're not stopping here.

It can be seen that this castle is indeed rather far from the Grand Master's palace in Rhodes. This is tomorrow's program. - Is this in Rhodes? - No, it's the Grand Master's Palace. Didn't that please the Suleiman and give it to his architect to build a practical fort like the Grand Master's Palace, because that's so cool. And he had six months, and that's what it turned out to be.

That's what you could bring up in six months. - Where's the bathroom? - But the view is beautiful. About a tip of hot water in the wind. Now, this is the entrance to the Grand Palace of Masters, and this is the Grand Palace itself, which is interesting because when we were in Myanmar yesterday, we saw the fortress of the Suleiman, which was built so that when the Turks took over the island, and the great master Sueiman's palace, he commissioned the architect to build it, so he wanted one of these, and he got six months to build it. And that's the original, isn't it? That cute little castle we saw yesterday was a copy of this on the VIS. So order your own palace from Vis.

We saw yesterday's Suveiman castle with a cry! At the end of the day, we went to the Marmarisse bazaar, which is supposed to be Turkey, the second largest bazaar, where there are 4,000 shops. Every gold watch you can buy here is a leather jacket from a needle to a plane. Here, too, he proudly proclaims that he is the forgery of a true heretic. And there's even a spinning sticker,

which proudly proclaims that he's a real, original forgery. Fantastic! Well, what can't you get? - Brilliant. - Very good. Very good. Let's keep going. There are the very,

very, very large clothes. - Here's a wonderful Spider-Man costume. Little guy's gonna be left with that. Well, that's something, the real Turkish Spider-Man, brilliant. And indeed,

there are real high-quality forgeries in every store. They're real high-quality fakes, aren't they? - Yeah, that's a lot to the right. - Right left. - Let's go to the right. And we're walking out of the bazaar with all our original fakes, and we're getting on the bus, and we're going back to Europe. We're leaving Asia slowly.

Here's our little bus. It is clear that we are in Turkey, here the number of Turkish flags per square meter is the largest. In the meantime, it turned out that this apparently not a small boat is some Russian oligarch, which is now parked in this port, because Turkey is not a party to the agreement that the oligarchs will seize their foreign assets, so they can park this stock here for good money. If you go out so much, you're gonna catch this thing on the plane, and then what a big boat it is to see it. There's a catamaran behind

it that we came with, and now hundreds of people can come. And you know Kata stays with a toy rubber boat next to her. - Yeah, okay. - Well, I'm not going anywhere. Here you go. Wait, guess,

spin, yours! So we're gonna hear it with this animal right now, and it says what you say and I'm gonna keep it down. Yeah. We came here on this wonderful ship to Falki, which is indeed a jewelry box. And now we're gonna go around town for a while. - Yes, it's a lovely island with 355 inhabitants, 10 kilometers long, 3 kilometers wide, and practically an island of peace and friendship. And that was it. And we have returned to Hungary.

- Ouch! But then, please, my little boy, how was your vacation? Now we're gonna find our bags.

2022-08-23 11:00

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