*Update*Seen in Explore on 2012-01-05 (#207)
Another photograph from "The Medieval Escape" project.
The Knight's Passage
The most important street of the old town of Rhodes and the best
preserved of its kind in Europe.
The Passage of the Knights has a length of 200 meters and a width of 6 meters.
It connects the “Lady of the Castle” Cathedral with the “Palace of the Grand Magister”.
Along both sides of the road, there are houses that were built by Knights, which are divided according to the Order they belonged.
Most impressive of all is the property of France, with the crest of the Grand Master in his facade.
A Personal Note
I want to dedicate this photograph to my MOM, who's facing an
unexpected and serious health issue.
I want to her to know that I will always going to be by her side, supporting her with all my strength.
Hold on Mom ! I promiss you that everything will be all right again !
Nikon D90 | Tokina 116 @ 11mm | F/2.8 | 30sec | ISO 200 | No Tripod