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The Nautical Museum of Crete is a museum in Chania, Crete, Greece. Its collection includes models of ships, nautical instruments, painting, historical photographs and war relics. The material is classified chronologically, starting from the Bronze Age up to our times.
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The site where the Greek Flag was Raised for a United Greece after throwing off Ottoman occupation.
Nice View over the venetian harbour
Great view of the harbour and the old city from there.
Important castle right opposite of the lighthouse unknown to many well-known for the basements where the otomans use to torture the local rebels during the years of the war for independence. First place that the Greek flag erased when Crete got it's freedom.
Great views of the harbour and lighthouse.
Main tourist attraction for Chania tourists