Chania News (21)
The Theatre of Ancient Aptera in the region of Chania, western Crete, was given for public visit this past Saturday, December 12th, 2015.
Mass wedding ceremonies for 16 Chinese couples are scheduled for April 2014 in Chania Crete, as part of developing wedding tourism on the island.
A new archaeological museum will be built in Chania Town. Actually, it will be located in the former military camp of Hatzidakis in Halepa.
A 7 million-years-old foot track of a carnivorous was found in Chania Crete, the oldest fossiled foot track found in the Greek territory.
The local authorities of Chania Crete are studying the possibility to construct a new open theatre in the abandoned quarry of Marathi.
The Prefecture of Chania and the Municipality of Inochori are setting up and cofinance the project of creating a Diving Park in Elafonisi.
For one more time, the Catholic Cemetery of Chania Town, in Markou Botsari street, was vandalized last weekend by strangers.
The Municipality of Chania has decided to submit its candidature to include the Old Town of Chania in the list of UNESCO's World Heritage.
The Forest Service of Chania announced that from April 29th, the Gorge of Samaria will reopen to visitors.
The mayor of Souda, with two letters to the President of the Greek Parliament and the Greek Minister of Internal Affairs, asks for the preservation and restoration of Itzedin Fortress.
The department of the Technical Chamber of Greece in Western Crete proposed the island of Gavdos to be turned into the first "green" island in Greece, that is into the first island that will depend totally in environmental friendly energies, such as aeolian and solar energy.
The inhabitants and the local authorities of Kissamos village, 35 km to the west of Chania, are protesting for the degradation of their port, the second most important port in the prefecture of Chania.
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.
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.
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