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In the beginning of the 14th Century, the Byzantine forces were replaced by the Knights Hospitaller. Under the rule of the newly named “Knights of Rhodes”, the city was rebuilt into a model of the European medieval ideal. Many of the city’‘s famous monuments, including the Palace of the Grand Master, were built during this period.
In 1912, Italy occupied Rhodes and they rebuilt the palace in a grandiose pseudo-medieval style as a holiday residence for Victor Emmanuel III of Italy, and later for Benito Mussolini.
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