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Crete and Europe: Turbulent Centuries

Education and Culture
Date: Tuesday, 05 March 2019

Venue: European Parliament, Yehudi Menuhin Space

This photographic exhibition of selected objects from the collection of the Historical Museum of Crete covers the history and art of the island from the end of the Roman period until the 20th century, highlighting its relations with its wider geographical environment through the ages. The exhibition and the opening has been organised with the support of the Municipality of Crete. Mr Stavros Arnaoutakis, Governor of Crete will deliver an opening speech along with Mrs Eva Grammatikaki, Director of the Historical Museum of Crete.


Cretan delicacies will be served and the renowned musicians Eirini Derempei and Karolos Kouklakis will take us on a melodic journey of Cretan sounds and music.

Should you wish to attend please send an email by 1st of March at:
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or you can register here directly: https://goo.gl/forms/7s1iEMtFhYTEJxoG2


For more information please contact: +3222847486

The exhibition will be displayed at the European Parliament from the 4th till the 7th of March.

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