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Heraklion, the largest city of Crete, was built in 824 and its original name was Chandax. The current name of the city comes from the homonymous Minoan settlement that existed there in ancient times. Heraklion is a very attractive destination nowadays. Two museums, the Archaeological Museum and the Historical Museum of Crete are worth visiting. In addition the archaeological site of Knossos is located very close to town, being one of the ...
The capital of the prefecture of Lasithi, in Crete, is surely one of the most beautiful and most picturesque places in Greece. It takes its name out of a chapel built in the bay of Agios Nikolaos. Downtown, one can see the lake «Vouliagmeni”, a small ...
... and no road surface..ie rough hewn from the side of the gorge.
We could see the 'road' continuing into the distance and it didn't look too promising, but we kept on in 1st gear mostly avoiding the rocks as much as possible, me holding onto the seatbelt for dear life and shouting at Steve to miss the rocky bumps. It continued like this for 17km with my heart in my mouth most of the time. Even if we had wanted too we couldn't ...
... contained numerous painted frescos on the walls of which most remaining original artifacts are in the museum in Iraklion. The Minoans had surprisingly advanced designs including clay pipes for carrying fresh drinking water, collection gutters for rain water used for domestic purposes and even a sewer system to discharge waste water into the nearby river. The royal family even had a bath tub and a sort of flush toilet! How do they figure these things ...
... 6 performances by our Classical singers. Nessun Dorma was, of course, the grand finale sung by the Tenor. It got the ovation it deserved and after a curtain call by the singers and musicians, they all lined up and the overture to Nessun Dorma once again sounded. This piece was written for a Tenor as an aria in Turendot by Giacomo Puccini. We presently have on stage the Tenor, a Baritone, a Soprano and a Mezzo-soprano. The others certainly weren’t on stage to act ...
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