The dining house of Ferenc II Rokoczi, the exiled prince of Transylvania who lived here 1720-1735, the symbol of Hungarian emigrant life during the last centuries - building photographed c. 1905
Government house 1931
Greek boy's school
Fishmarket and wood sale quarter
The occupying Greek troops (20 July 1920 - 13 Nov 1922) on the seafront of Rodosto. The Greek inscriptions on the postcards reads: The large pier at Raidestos from which the 12th Division [of the Greek Army] embarked for Asia Minor, 1 June 1921.
The Greek inscription reads: Part of the 12th Division on the beach at Raidestos shortly before leaving for Asia Minor, 1 June 1921.
The occupying Greek troops and dignataries 20 July 1920, in front of the municipal building of Rodosto. The same building below, in 1930.
The Greek caption reads: Philharmonic [Orchestra] "Orpheus" of the "Chrysanthi" Literary Club. The band is Greek and Lucien Cavvadia is simply a French version of the name Loukianos Kavvadias. Rhaidestos (to give the Greek form of Rodosto) had a very large and prosperous Greek community until the exchange of populations. It is now known as Tekirdağ.
City view, 1930s.