7 thoughts on “What did Fascist Rome ever do for the Greeks?”

  1. I do not know whether it’s just me or if everyone else experiencing problems with your
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  2. Went to Los perhaps 15 years ago. As an archaeologist I found it very disappointing compared to Rhodes: partly because the town was new there was no sense of historical continuity; but also the remains there were ill-tended and poorly explained. It left me cold.

    1. Thanks – a very interesting comment and a useful corrective no doubt! I am not an archaeologist, had almost never been in Greece before and have not visited Rhodes. My blog simply expresses my surprise and pleasure at finding all these things when, at first sight, Kos appeared to be just another tourist bolthole.

      1. However, I did delete this sentence at the end of the blog: “Despite the crisis on the mainland, this part of the Aegean does well out of mainstream, conventional tourism, so maybe there is little incentive to seek out a more curious, historically informed clientèle.” But maybe I should have left it there, in part-answer to your point.

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