Everyone can walk through the area of the significant archeological value and enjoy the majestic construction of marble and stone. The port area is domineered with a high hill which is a location of a beautiful Venetian fortress. Near the mighty fortress which has excellently survived till nowadays tourists will find beautiful mansions and palaces. A few centuries ago these mansions were owned by the representatives of local aristocracy. The outer walls of the mansions form a massive fortifying wall.
The nearest suburbs of the city locate the monastery of the Saint John Chrysostom as well as an ancient church. These landmarks are considered to be the most significant religious objects of the city. The permanent symbol of the city is the Bazeos Castle of the 17th century which in the course of its long history has changed its status for many times. Till the beginning of the 19th century the castle served as a place of monks, then the castle stood a certain period of its life totally abandoned and then was bought by the Bazeos family, which name the castle bears today.
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