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Museum

Byzantine and Postbyzantine Collection of Chania

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Kyriakos
Kyriakos
February 25, 2020
The museum has been housed since 1997 in the church of the monastery of San Salvatore, dating probably from the 15th century, next to the bastions on the west side of the Venetian fortifications of Chania. At the south side we still meet a covered portico (chiostro) that housed the cells of the…
Matthew
Matthew
September 15, 2019
The Byzantine and post-Byzantine collection of Chania is housed in the church of San Salvatore, inside the Old Town. The Venetian church was built by Frangiskan monks in the 15th century A.D. This Byzantine Museum co0ncentrtes a large collection of items from Byzantine, post-Byzantine and Venetian…
Maria
Maria
September 7, 2017
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Meze Restaurant
“Avli ton Thavmaton (Meaning Miracles Garden) Excellent choice for local delicacies, meze, tsikoudia, wine, fine beer and tsipouro. One of the best in town.”
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Beach
“This is a big stretch of road with many places to have a cold coffee or an icecream. Many food choices at great prices too”
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Historische Stätte
“It is hosted in the Great Shipyard (Arsenali) of Chania, the last of the 17 shipyards located in the Venetian port of Chania. The construction of the building started in 1585 by Alvise Grimani. During the Ottoman Era, in 1872, a floor was added and a new era arrived for the Great Arsenali. The building hosted several important Public Services, such as the school of the Christian Community. In 1892 it housed and theatrical performances in the great Hall. It was also used as a public hospital, since 1923, and as City Hall from 1828 to 1941. In 1997, after a movement of the locals and under the context of the National Cultural Network of Cities, the Ministry of Culture signed the founding of the Center of Mediterranean Architecture. The Centre's aim is to encourage both professionals and non-professionals to participate in shaping the built and natural environment, determine the function and the aesthetics of the city and the quality of life of its inhabitants. Therefore scientific seminars, conferences, lectures and international exhibitions are organized here. It has collaborated with several Organizations such as the University of Crete, the Departments of Architecture (of Athens Technical University, Thessaloniki University, University of Thessaly, Patras , Democritus University of Xanthi and Technical University Crete), the School of Fine Arts, the European Association for Architectural Education , the Macedonian Museum of Contemporary Art in Thessaloniki, the Goethe Institute and the French Institute, the Embassies of France, Switzerland, Japan, Norway, the Greek Architecture Institute, the Institute of Modern Greek Culture in Berlin, etc. ”
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Sublocality
“Ravdoucha is a small village in west Crete. You can explore the west side of Crete by car if you start from here. 5 minutes away from Kolimpari where you can find sm, pharmacy, bank and everything that you need. Beautiful place for swimming, hiking and othe adventures, with amazing sea and mountain view that you will not forget!”
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Standort
82 Theotokopoulou
Chania, 731 31
Telefonnummer2821 090334