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Griechisches Restaurant


Von 46 Einheimischen empfohlen · Geschätzter Preis 2 von 4 ·

Tipps von Einheimischen

February 8, 2018
Orientalisch-griechische Küche
February 28, 2020
A really good place if you want to taste old "recipes" and dishes!
September 9, 2019
This taverna, part of which is in a converted Turkish bathhouse, has flavoured Cretan dishes that often incorporate Middle Eastern spices and touches.
February 4, 2020
One of our best restaurants in Chania, food with a nod to Turkish cuisine.
Stephanie & George
Stephanie & George
July 24, 2019
Greek food with an eastern touch

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“On the west side of Chania harbor, the traveler can still visit Firkas fortress, still dominating a low hill and housing the modern Naval Museum of Crete. Firkas is a Turkish name and means division, as the fort housed the headquarters of the Turkish Division. Firkas is one of the most impressive Venetian fortresses. It was the main fortress of the Venetian town, built in a key position and protecting the harbor entrance. Outside the main gate, a strong iron ring (called kerkelos) was placed to which one end of the chain closing off the harbor mouth was attached. The other end was attached to the lighthouse. The fortress still has several underground tunnels, which were used for imprisoning the rebelling locals. At the fort of Firkas, the most glorious page of the modern Crete was written on 1 December 1913, when the Prime Minister of Greece, Eleftherios Venizelos, and the King if Greece, Constantine, raised the Greek flag after 800 years of slavery, sealing the Union of the autonomous Cretan State with Greece. Another event associated with Firkas was the removal of the Greek flag on 18 August 1908. The flag was raised by the Cretan deputies that declared unilateral union with Greece, taking advantage of domestic turmoil in Turkey, but this act was not recognized by the Great Powers. Thus the flag was removed by the “protectors” of the Cretan State, the Great Powers. Thus, Firkas became a holy symbol for the Cretans, the symbol of struggling for the liberation of the island. ”
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51 Zampeliou
Chania, 731 31
Telefonnummer+30 2821 096080
ÖffnungszeitenGeschlossen · Öffnet wieder: Monday 12:00 AM
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Wein, vollumfänglicher barservice, cocktails
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