Γενικά Αρχεία του Κράτους - Αρχεία Νομού Δωδεκανήσου
- General State Archives - Regional Archives of Dodecanese
- Genika Archeia tou Kratous - Archeia Nomou Dodekanisou
Region of Dodekanisa
Local history for the city of Rhodes and the rest of the islands within the Dodecanese regional unit.
The GSA in Rhodes is a public archive in Greece.
The Archive is located in a historical building on the corner of the Square of the "Martyred Jews” (known in Greek as “Martyron Evreon”).
Administrative, juridical, educational, police archives; correspondence files, photograph collections, maps and plans collections, newspapers and periodicals collections, postcards collection, books collection. Archives and Collections cover the period from 18th to 20th century.
The holdings are indexed and computer-searchable on-site with archivist's assistance.
The reading room is open Monday to Friday: 11.00 am to 13.00 pm. The Archives are closed on public holidays.
Photocopying is by request only and involves an assessment by staff to determine if it is possible, with the item's preservation needs of the item taking precedence. Digital cameras are allowed. The use of lap-tops is permitted. Researchers must seek the written permission of the archivist before publication of any material from the archival holdings, and such publication much acknowledge the Archives source.
Research room is equipped with computers whose on-site Intranet programs allow searching and viewing material not accessible to the off-site (Internet) user
There are charges for photocopying/digital output. Services free of charge: entry to the reading room; use of finding aids/catalogues/computers; assistance from staff. Some archival holdings have been digitized and are available for viewing and printing at no cost on the Greek State Archives website's Digital Archive Collections/Archives of Serres ("Archeiomnimon"). Any copies that a researcher purchases are for personal use only. Copyright permission must be sought for further reproduction or publication.
Entry by V. Ritzaleos, based on on-site survey and information provided by the Director of the Archive, Ms. Toliou.