Rhodes. Greece. Partial view the restored section of the 3rd century BC Doric or Hellenistic Stoa (Colonnade) inside the 114 metre high Acropolis hill of Lindos. The U shaped Stoa is 87 metres long and has 42 Doric columns along its facade. The Steps behind the columns lead to the upper terrace of the Acropolis where the Temple of Athena Lindia is. The Acropolis is the natural citadel of the dazzling medieval whitewashed village of Lindos which lies on its slopes. Lindos is located on the east coast of the island of Rhodes which is the largest of the Dodecanese Island group and one of the most popular Greek Islands.