The Crete archaeological site of Minoan Koumasa will be open for visitors of all ages on Sunday, September 9, from 5 to 7 pm
Greek Culture Ministry Celebrates August Full Moon With Free Admissions
Greece’s Ministry of Culture has announced special events and free admission to archaeological sites and museums for August Full Moon 2021.
Crete’s Malia Minoan Palace Flooded by Recent Torrential Rains
The recent torrential rains that damaged much of Crete flooded the ancient workshops excavated at the Minoan Palace at Malia.
Archaeologists Unearth New Discoveries at Zominthos Minoan Palace Site
Archaeologists excavating at the Zominshos Minoan site atop Crete’s Mount Psiloritis, have reported fascinating new finds at the dig.
Heraklion MP Nikos Igoumenidis Reexamines Knossos UNESCO Bid
Heraklion MP Nikos Igoumenidis pursues definate answers from Culture Minnister Mendoni on the Knossos UNESCO candidacy.
Region of Crete and “Diazoma” To Cooperate for Upgrading Minoan Palaces
The Region of Crete and the association “Diazoma” have just signed a memorandum of cooperation for promoting and upgrading the Minoan Palaces.
Two Days Staring Into the Eternal On Incredible Crete
Crete is a multifaceted mystery, a layer cake of human civilization made up of more than 5,000 years of history, tradition, and culture. A recent trip to a lost Minoan city proves once more, the treasure of the island is an eternity of peace.
New Minoan Tombs Unearthed at Sitia
Archaeologists here on Crete have unearthed Minoan tombs at least 3,000 years old. At a cemetery from the Bronze Age, two more graves were discovered at the Petras Palace site near Sitia in the far east of the island.