Rhodes. Greece. View of the foundations and column fragments of the Temple of Athena Polias, a Doric structure of the 4th century BC. In the background is the 14th century golden walled Church of our Lady which was built by the Knights of St John and is the most impressive building at Ialyssos. The structure includes no less than four chapels and a monastery, which were all faithfully restored by the Italians during their occupation of Rhodes in the early 20th century. Situated on the acropolis of Mt Filerimos on the verdant windswept west coast of Rhodes, Ialyssos is an outstanding fusion of ancient Doric, Byzantine and medieval archaeological remains and is one the finest sites of Rhodes Island. The island of Rhodes is the largest of the Dodecanese Island group and one of the most popular Greek Islands.