Rethymno News (4)
The latest archaeological findings in Ancient Eleftherna Crete have been a catalytic factor for the construction of a new museum next to the ancient site.
Despite the long-lasting inspection in the history of Crete, there has been no evidence for inhabitation of the island prior to the Neolithic period.
More than 3,000 golden leaves and the first depiction of the bee as goddess of fertility were hidden in a single double tomb that was recently discovered in ancient Eleftherna Crete.
In an unfortunate incident yesterday, three firefighters lost their lives, while a fourth is suffering from serious injuries, while battling a forest fire on Crete