Rhodes is the fourth largest island in Greece, and is situated in the southeast Aegean, not far from the coasts of Minor Asia. It's known for its natural beauty and favourable climate. Its important strategical position has made it an important conquest for stronger populations in the course of history, such as: the Minoans, the Mycenaeans, the Arabs, Byzantine, Knights of the Templar, as well as the Ottomans and the Italians. Visitors to the island can travel through thousands of years of history and uncover evidence of the influence exerted by different civilisations throughout the island, from its impressive monuments right down to its local traditions. Rhodes Old Town ( Medieval town Palia Poli ) casually included in the UNESCO World Heritage List. The following video shows a small part of this island's beauty. More information about the attractions of the city is available at http://www.visitgreece.gr/en/greek_islands/dodecanese/rhodes .
PETRA 2017 will be held at Amilia Mare. Registered authors have the opportunity to receive special reservation discount. The hotel will request a proof of conference registration. Only persons who stay at the hotel will receive lunch and dinner included in the registration. All persons not staying at the hotel will be charged extra.