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View of various events in contemporary Heraklion Casements and part of the reference point saw from the northwest side of Koules fortress The southeast side of the port. On the left we see some bit of the venetian shipyard (Neoria) and the salt amassing working, on the benefit the Arsenali Vecchi The Church of St. Titus in Heraklion, 2003 (Vassilis Kozonakis) View of Elefteria Square (Platia Eleftherias) 2003 (Vasilis Kozonakis)
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The point of convergence of Minoan civilisation and capital of Minoan Crete, Knossos, lay 5km south of Heraklion. Knossos flourished for about two thousand years. It had huge regal living arrangement structures, expansive workshop foundations and extravagant shake cut surrender and tholos tombs. As a vital focal point of trade and the economy, Knossos kept up ties with the lion’s offer of urban territories in the Eastern Mediterranean.