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Μικρή πόλη σε απόσταση 40 λεπτών με αυτοκίνητο, ωραίες ψαροταβέρνες και στα δύο λιμάνια. Το φρούριο είναι κάτι που πρέπει να δείτε.

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Ένα μέρος που αξίζει να επισκεφθείς, με εύκολη πρόσβαση από τα Δουλιανά. Θα βρεις ένα φρούριο, παραλίες και μερικά όμορφα βενετσιάνικα σπίτι στους γεμάτους μαγαζάκια δρόμους της πόλης. Υπάρχει επίσης ένας μικρό μουσείο και ένα ενδιαφέρον εργαστήριο ξυλογλυπτικής.

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An attractive town on the north coast of Crete between Chania and Heraklion.

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The old historical town of Rethymno comprises of many sites like the Venetian Harbour, Loggia, Fortezza Castle etc. The guests can find night life entertainment, cafes, bars , restaurants.

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The beautiful old town of Rethymnon has a pleasantly exotic atmosphere and an old-time aristocratic appearance with Various elements are participating to the charm of this attractive town, such as the many arched doorways and stone staircases, several well preserved mosques, old fashioned Venetian and Turkish houses, 16th century buildings, Hellenic and Roman remains, narrow stone-paved streets, the small Venetian harbour and lighthouse and the superb municipal gardens, ideal for peace and tranquility. It’s wonderful blend with the modern part of the city creates a unique atmosphere and forming a magical picture.

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It is full of magnificent beaches,interesting archaeological sites,Byzantine churches,lovely villages and lively resorts. Rethymnon Town is the capital,a town with intense Medieval architecture and a lovely Venetian port.The Fortezza fortress dominates the city and makes Rethymno very photogenic,its pedestrian streets below,strewn with charming old buildings. Venetian influences abound and the minarets and domed mosques remind of the Turkish influence long gone.Nightlife can range from extremely intense on the pubs and bars around the harbor and inside the old city,to relaxed on small bars right on the beach.There is always fresh fish to be found in the tavernas around the harbor and there are many other restaurants and tavernas outside the city in equally attractive surroundings. Shopping could also be interesting at Rethimno.

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Rethymnon is the capital of the Prefecture of the same name and it is built between two other large cities of Crete. In the east is Iraklion (80 km) and to the west is Chania (60 km).
It lies along the north coast, having to the east one of the largest sand beaches in Crete (12 km) and to the west a rocky coastline that ends up to another large sand beach after 10 km.
It is the administrative, communications and commercial center of the Prefecture with approximately 25.000 inhabitants.

There are evidences that Rethymnon city is built on the site of ancient Rithymna that flourished during Mycenean times. In the 3rd century AD, for some unknown reason, it lost its importance, and is only mentioned as a large village. However, Rithymna retained its autonomy and independence, as is evidenced by the coins which, as a free city, it continued to mint. During the Byzantine period the town continued to be inhabited, and parts of Roman and Byzantine mosaics have been found. Rethymnon became a city during the Venetian occupation. The Venetians needed an intermediary port for their operations for their ships travelling from Iraklion to Chania. They also needed an administrative center, so Rethymnon became the third bigger city in Crete and an important cultural center. Rethymnon was destroyed in 1567 when Algerian pirates conquered, robbed and burned it. The Turks took over Rethymnon at 1646. During the period of Ottoman rule, Rethymnon fell into decline as did the other towns in Crete. During the difficult years of the struggle for independence, its inhabitants were actively involved and, as a result, many of its freedom – fighters were executed.
In 1897, the Russian army took Rethymnon and held it until 1909. In 1913, it became part of Greece, together with the rest of Crete.
During the German occupation, the Rethymniots took an active part in the resistance against fascism.
In the last 25 years, Rethymno has seen a significant growth, in economy by the development of tourism and in culture by the operation of the university.

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The town still maintains its old aristocratic appearance, with its buildings dating from the 16th century, arched doorways, stone staircases, Byzantine and Hellenic-Roman remains, small Venetian harbor and narrow streets.
The Venetian Loggia, an elegant building of the 16th century which used to be a Venetian gentlemen’s club and today houses the information office of the ministry of culture and a sales point of the archaeological museum.

The Fortezza castle, at the top of a low hill named "Palaiokastro" dominates the town. It was built in 1590 to protect the city from the pirates’ raids and the Turks.
The name "Palaiokastro which means 'The old Castle" was in use even by the Venetians which demonstrates the existence of an even older castle at this place. - Probably the acropolis of the ancient town of Rithymna.
The interior of Fortezza accommodated the following basic buildings: the storeroom of the artillery, where canons and weapons were kept, the residence of the Councilors, where one of the city's two Venetian councilors lived, the residence of the Rector, which represented a luxurious, magnificent building in the central square of the fortress.
Today parts of those buildings, as well as of some others built later, can be seen. The view from up there is magnificent, especially at night.
The municipal theatre "Erofili" stands also at Fortezza's premises. It is an outdoor theatre that hosts almost all the performances during the Renaissance Festival.
Rimondi fountain with rich decoration is situated at Platanos square, the centre of the Venetian town. It was built in 1626, by A.Rimondi, in order to provide the citizens with drinkable water.
Neratzes mosque formerly the Holy Virgin church was converted into a mosque by the Ottomans. Today it is used as a music conservatory. Outstanding elements of this building are the doorframe and the three domes. Next to the mosque there is the impressive minaret, built in 1890.
Kara Mousa Pasa Mosque also a Venetian monastery that was turned into mosque by the Turks. Today it is the house of the Restoration Board.
Porta Guora the entrance to the Venetian town is the only remnant of the defensive wall.
The Archaeological museum of Rethymno (8am to 3pm, closed on Monday), just opposite the entrance of the fortress, exhibits objects from the Neolithic to the Roman period, found at the prefecture of Rethymno (mainly Eleftherna, Monastiraki and Armeni). Clay figurines, funerary coffers, grave offerings, statues, grave steles, red-figure vases, bronze vessels, jewellery and glass vases, are some of the objects on display.
The municipal gardens are ideal for those in search of shade and tranquility.
Throughout the year various activities are organized which draw a large crowd. The Wine Festival is held there annually at the beginning of July. Another festival is held on 7-8th of November, in memory of the destruction of Arkadi Monastery.
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Night life can range from extremely intense on the pubs and bars around the harbor and inside the old city, to relaxed on small bars right on the beach.
There is always fresh fish to be found in the tavernas around the harbor and there are many other restaurants and tavernas outside the city in equally attractive surroundings.

Shopping could also be interesting at Rethymno. There are lots of small shops with attractive goods from souvenirs, cards, etc to the rarest kind of sponge.

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Rethymnon is a small, scenic port on the island of Crete. Located in the middle of the island it is small enough to maneuver on foot but large enough to be interesting and has loads of charm. Some of the best restaurants are located here but veer off onto the side streets if you want to experience the best of what the city has to offer.

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In my opinion, Reth is the most beautiful department of Crete.
It combines the characteristics of a small town along with these of a village, it accomodates lots of students, it has great stamping grounds, many historical places to visit, an interesting nightlife and picturesque places to walkabout.

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Rethymnon is one of the biggest towns of the island of Crete with an old town at the center. It is located about 70 km east of Chania and 80 km west of Heraklion. I suggest enjoying your drink or coffee near the sea (old or new port). You can't miss it!

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