November 24, 2014 Participation in an event – presentation of the new editorial series “LEADERS” and specifically of the volume referring to Eleftherios Venizelos which was organized by Kathimerini newspaper and the National Research and Research Foundation “Eleftherios K. Venizelos” at the Center of Mediterranean Architecture, of the Historical Archive of Crete.
“Domenicos Theotopoulos before El Greco” December 4, 2014 to March 31, 2015 For the first time, an exhibition attempts to interpret Domenicos Theotokopoulos based on the social and cultural environment that has set his sovereign artistic choices. The report is developed in three sections. The first presents the importance of Crete for Venice in the
On Saturday, June 27, at 20:00, the “Admiral’s Naval Gallery Horatio Nelson” opens with an event in the atrium of the Firka Fortress in the harbor of Chania, in Crete. Speaker will be the Honorary Fleet Chief, Vice Admiral Konstantinos Mazarakis-Ainian, on the subject “Admiral Horatio Nelson, a timeless naval personality.” Afterwards, the exhibition of
75 years since the Battle of Crete Music program of the Navy band
A trip to the naval collection of British Admiral Horatio Nelson offers visitors the exhibition of Catherine Laskaridis Foundation which was inaugurated on Saturday night at the Maritime Museum of Crete in the presence of political and military authorities and several people. As Emmanuel Petrakis, Chairman of the Naval Museum, emphasized in his address, “Today’s
Memoirs from the 75th anniversary of the Battle of Crete for mood. Memorable double sided medals, bronze 32,50euro and silver plated Leaflet with 5 stamps (10 May 2016) First day envelope filing (10 May 2016)

Trieste & Venice 2014

In the dramatic documentary of the 60-minute production of Maritime Museum of Crete, the historical course of Crete from 1855 until its liberation from the Ottoman yoke and its Union with Greece, with the main thrust of the impressive Revolution of 1866 and the main characters of Kydonias general leader, Yannis Hadjimichalis and his nephew Antonis.