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Inn of France Review

The Inn of France, the most elaborate of the striking inns on this famously historic street, today houses a French languge institute (appropriately enough). The facade is ornately carved with the fleur-de-lis and heraldic patterns and bears an inscription that dates the building between 1492 and 1509.

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  • Address: About halfway down street of Knights from Loggia of St. John, Rhodes Town, Rhodes 85100
  • Location: Rhodes Town
Updated: 05-18-2011

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