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Guidebook for Skouloufia

Stelios

Guidebook for Skouloufia

Arts & Culture
The Museum of ancient Eleutherna - Homer in Crete, the first archaeological site museum in Crete, although smaller in size, is similar to those of Olympia, Delphi, and Vergina. The museum was created to house the results of the excavations carried out for thirty years in the ancient city of Eleutherna. The originality of this museum is that the objects of the permanent exhibition will be updated periodically with new and older finds, so that the public's interest is continuous and relates to the discoveries and expansion of the excavation work on the site. The exhibition will be accompanied by original and modern audiovisual exhibits. The project entitled "Building Complex of Eleftherna arc
Μουσείο Αρχαιολογικού Χώρου Ελεύθερνας (Museum of Ancient Eleutherna)
123 Epar.Od. Aggelianon-Elefthernas
The Museum of ancient Eleutherna - Homer in Crete, the first archaeological site museum in Crete, although smaller in size, is similar to those of Olympia, Delphi, and Vergina. The museum was created to house the results of the excavations carried out for thirty years in the ancient city of Eleutherna. The originality of this museum is that the objects of the permanent exhibition will be updated periodically with new and older finds, so that the public's interest is continuous and relates to the discoveries and expansion of the excavation work on the site. The exhibition will be accompanied by original and modern audiovisual exhibits. The project entitled "Building Complex of Eleftherna arc
The Arkadi Monastery (in Greek: / Moní Arkadhíou) is an Eastern Orthodox monastery, situated on a fertile plateau 23 km (14 mi) to the southeast of Rethymnon on the island of Crete in Greece. The current catholicon (church) dates back to the 16th century and is marked by the influence of the Renaissance. This influence is visible in the architecture, which mixes both Roman and baroque elements. As early as the 16th century, the monastery was a place for science and art and had a school and a rich library. Situated on a plateau, the monastery is well fortified, being surrounded by a thick and high wall. The monastery played an active role in the Cretan resistance of Ottoman rule during the
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Arkadi
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The Arkadi Monastery (in Greek: / Moní Arkadhíou) is an Eastern Orthodox monastery, situated on a fertile plateau 23 km (14 mi) to the southeast of Rethymnon on the island of Crete in Greece. The current catholicon (church) dates back to the 16th century and is marked by the influence of the Renaissance. This influence is visible in the architecture, which mixes both Roman and baroque elements. As early as the 16th century, the monastery was a place for science and art and had a school and a rich library. Situated on a plateau, the monastery is well fortified, being surrounded by a thick and high wall. The monastery played an active role in the Cretan resistance of Ottoman rule during the
Drinks & Nightlife
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CAVO Rethymnon Restaurant
13 Akrotiriou
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LIVINGROOM LOUNGE CAFE
5 Ελεϋθερίου Βενιζέλου
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Fraoules
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Food Scene
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Prima Plora Οrganic Restaurant & Wine Bar
8 Akrotiriou
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Taverna Galera
93 Stamathioudaki
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Alana Restaurant
15 Salaminos
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Vivliothiki Café
127 Kountouriotou
Sightseeing
The Fortezza (Greek: Φορτέτζα, from Italian for "fortress") is the citadel of the city of Rethymno in Crete, Greece. It was built by the Venetians in the 16th century, and was captured by the Ottomans in 1646. By the early 20th century, many houses were built within the citadel. These were demolished after World War II, leaving only a few historic buildings within the Fortezza. Today, the citadel is in good condition and is open to the public.
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Fortezza Castle
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The Fortezza (Greek: Φορτέτζα, from Italian for "fortress") is the citadel of the city of Rethymno in Crete, Greece. It was built by the Venetians in the 16th century, and was captured by the Ottomans in 1646. By the early 20th century, many houses were built within the citadel. These were demolished after World War II, leaving only a few historic buildings within the Fortezza. Today, the citadel is in good condition and is open to the public.
Parks & Nature
Lake Kournas is the only natural freshwater lake in Crete. [1] It is mentioned in antiquity by Stefanos Byzantium under the name Korissia and it is reported in the area that there was an ancient temple attributed to the Korean Athenaeum and seems to have been dedicated to the Horse or the Daughter. It is reported that these names gave the oldest place name Hippocoron which later was paraphrased as Aporonas. [3] Changing the name of Lake Korissia is placed during the period of Arabic domination in Crete, but the origin of the name is sometimes attributed to an Arabic word meaning a lake or a bath, and sometimes as a paraphrase of the Greek word kronos
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Lake Kournas
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Lake Kournas is the only natural freshwater lake in Crete. [1] It is mentioned in antiquity by Stefanos Byzantium under the name Korissia and it is reported in the area that there was an ancient temple attributed to the Korean Athenaeum and seems to have been dedicated to the Horse or the Daughter. It is reported that these names gave the oldest place name Hippocoron which later was paraphrased as Aporonas. [3] Changing the name of Lake Korissia is placed during the period of Arabic domination in Crete, but the origin of the name is sometimes attributed to an Arabic word meaning a lake or a bath, and sometimes as a paraphrase of the Greek word kronos