Rhodian Deer Statues

Rhode Deers Statues, Greece, public art

Public Art : Rhodian Deer Statues

Also Known As: Dama-Dama

Sculptor: unknown

Description: The two bronze Rhodian deer (one doe and one stag) stand guard on two stone columns at the entrance to Mandraki harbour. The two deer have become symbols for modern day Rhodes Island, replacing the famous Colossus statue which was said to have guarded the harbor in ancient times.

Date Unveiled: 1947

Location: The two statues of a doe and a stag can be found atop two stone columns at Mandraki harbour entrance, Rhodes, Greece.

Acknowledgements : Thank you to Kostas Chatzikos from Rhodes Tourism for supplying information.

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