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At the bottom of the Old Town, the Archaeological Museum is housed in the beautiful building that was originally the 'Hospital of the Knights'
The two floors and an internal courtyard make a wonderful setting for the archaological finds from around the island.
One of the most well known discoveries is a small marble statue of Aphrodite, better known as 'The Marine Venus', so named by the writer Lawrence Durrell whose book about his time in Rhodeswas titled 'Reflections on a Marine Venus'
During the winter months admission is free on Sundays.