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Rhodes

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Rhodes (rōdz) [key] or Ródhos rôˈħôs, island (1990 est. pop. 90,000), c.540 sq mi (1,400 sq km), SE Greece, in the Aegean Sea; largest of the Dodecanese, near Turkey.

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