First Minoan, then Venetian, then Arab: the town of Kydonia/Canea/Chania preserves its history in the buildings facing the old Venetian harbor.

The pedestrian area of Chania harbor swept by sea water

Greek wisdom

Traditional boat in Chania old harbor

The XVIth century Venetian arsenal

Flower shop on water

This is the new episode of the reportage Crete:Kingdom of Candia. Click each picture to open it full size. Previous episode(s):

1. Once upon the time in the Kingdom of Candia

2. Gramvousa ochre and turquoise

3. Solo sliders

4. Go West: Falassarna shores of Crete

5. Balos lagoon, a royal beauty

6. Balos, all the colors of water

7. Visitors (or not) in the Mediterranean Sea