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It’s not a secret that Sitia is a city with unique character that enchants visitors with its history. This summer, it welcomes for another year, the most popular festival of the area: Kornaria Festival.
Continuing its successful course, Casa dei Mezzo Music Festival returns for the third year to offer once again unforgettable moments of classical music and breathtaking performances, from the 22nd to the 25th of June 2017, near Makrigialos, Lassithi.
The 11th Casa dei Mezzo Music Festival, this well-respected summer music festival in Markigialos Crete, takes place from June 26th to 30th this year. Seventeen musicians and signers from eight countries are presenting favourite classical compositions.
I am sure that many of you have traveled to Crete for holidays, but how many really know the island? The inland landscape, the gorges, the forests in the mountains, the gentle flowers that grow here and there?
The Casa dei Mezzo Music Festival started in 2004 with two music concerts in a single day and over the years it has matured quickly. Run by a non-profit organization, Casa dei Mezzo presently hosts a 6-day festival of international music.
Why two Belgians moved to Crete permanently? Can you find an observatory in a remote mountainous village? What are the mysteries of the universe? These three questions may sound irrelevant to each other, but they have one common feature: Sasteria.