Around Kastelorizo there are several more islands, but Kastelorizo is the largest one, and this is supposed to be the reason behind the name Megisti. The most famous of these islands is Ro, due to the Lady of Ro, Despina Ahladiotou, who lived here from 1927 until she dies raising the Greek flag every day. There is a bust of her at the harbor of Kastelorizo. Kastelorizo only has one settlement at northeast which is both its capital and its harbor. It is a large yet closed bay which is always wind free, while being considered on of the safest in the Mediterranean, with a view to the coast of Asia Minor. The houses are built amphitheatrically facing the sea. They are colorful mansions (yellow, blue, red and white) two or three storey high with tiled roofs, composing a lovely mosaic. At the harbor stands out the minaret with the red dome of the mosque of 1755 where the Historical Collection is housed with rare documents, photographs and relics.