Rodosto (Tekirdağ)

Rodosto (Grk: Ραιδεστός) is situated in Eastern Thrace. At the start of the 20th century it was comprised of 27,000 residents of whom 6,000 were Greek, 8,000 Turks, 12,000 Armenians and 1,000 Jews.
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Rodosto (formerly Bisanthi, Trk: Tekirdağ) was an ancient city in Eastern Thrace, which was built in the 6th century by Samiote colonists.

Rodosto (formerly Bisanthi, Trk: Tekirdağ) was an ancient city in Eastern Thrace, which was built in the 6th century by Samiote colonists.

Rodosto belonged - administratively - to the vilayet of Adrianople and was its own Sanjak and Kaza. It also belonged to the Diocese of Rodosto and Heraclea. It was located on the shores of the Marmara Sea in an alcove between Ganochora and 30 miles northwest of Heraclea.

Rodosto belonged - administratively - to the vilayet of Adrianople and was its own Sanjak and Kaza. It also belonged to the Diocese of Rodosto and Heraclea. It was located on the shores of the Marmara Sea in an alcove between Ganochora and 30 miles northwest of Heraclea.

General Alexander Mazarakis-Ainian amongst a mandolin players' group of the Girl's School "The Theodorideia", Rodosto, July 1920.

General Alexander Mazarakis-Ainian amongst a mandolin players' group of the Girl's School "The Theodorideia", Rodosto, July 1920.

Rodosto

Rodosto

Rodosto, June 1920

Rodosto, June 1920

Rodosto

Rodosto

The liberation of Rodosto

The liberation of Rodosto

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