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An exhibition with photos of Crete as it looked like about a century ago is currently being held in the room of the Literary Association "Chrisostomos" in Chania town.
The Philozoic Association of Chania faces a great problem with the stray and wounded animals that are found in the neighbourhoods of the town and the closeby villages, as they don't have a permanent shelter to host them.
Festive celebrations for the liberation of Crete, after five centuries of Turkish occupation, and its unification with the rest of Greece will be held on November 30th and December 1st in Chania.
An old German aircraft will be pulled up by the Greek Air Force in Maleme, Chania. The aircraft lies there since the Second World War and in some parts it looks almost untouched by time.
The Archaeological Museum of Chania, which is housed for about 50 years in a Franciscan Monastery, is going to be tranfered to a new and modern building. The construction of the building is expected to start soon and it will be completed in two years.
The south part of the neighborhood Koum Kapi in the town of Chania, Crete, is being reformed by the municipality authorities. As announced by the major, all the neighborhoods will gradually change.
Put together the love of life and landscapes in Crete and the result can be seen an exhibition called Inspirations at the Mosque at Chania harbour.
The great Greek singer Nana Mouskouri ends this year her singing career with a series of concerts in several cities of Greece and she will also appear on Chania, Crete,
Following the injuries sustained by a 14 year-old boy, who is recovering in the hospital, from falling rocks in Crete's Samaria Gorge, authorities said that tourist hikers may be given hard hats to protect them
A Norwegian family's moonlight horse and carriage ride went terribly wrong late on Friday night after the vehicle plunged into the sea at the Venetian port of Chania
Jacques Zafran discovered the island of Crete 40 years ago, when he was working in a French laboratory specializing in mountain flora.
Integrating French expertise of lighting of large buildings, an upcoming filed of modern architecture, has led to a broader debate in Greece regarding the best ways to enhance the country's main attractions.
The ancient site of Aptera, in the prefecture of Chania, Crete, has once again revealed its buried secrets to archaeologists.
Dating back to the 16th century Venetian occupation of Greece, two cannons of historical value have been rescued from the jaws of a smelting fire yesterday.
Artworks from the second International Artists' Workshop will be exhibited at the Omma Center of Contemporary Art in Chania, Crete.