Crete - Chania live camCrete, Panoramic view of Chania city from the hill of Prophet Elias

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    • 4 months ago
    • Monika

    Stunning views! Maybe it is possible to turn the cam a bit in summer to see the sunset?

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    • 4 months ago
    • Messer

    15.04.17. Breathtaking views. Waiting for the sunset. Would love to visit here.

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    • 7 months ago
    • Blake Scott

    Happy New Year Chania :D

  • avatar
    • 8 months ago
    • patricia

    Feliz Ano Novo, Skyline! Muito obrigada por tudo! Amo vocês...

  • avatar
    • 10 months ago
    • Tibor

    Tudjatok,hogy hol van a webkamere ?

  • avatar
    • 10 months ago
    • Tibor

    NEKEM IS NAGYON TETSZIK A KILATAS

  • avatar
    • 10 months ago
    • Mónika

    Gyönyörű a naplemente.

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    • 10 months ago
    • Bernard Burrows

    3 Holidays here.

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    • 1 year ago
    • Birzygirl

    Beautiful view, shall be there enjoying it on the 11 May! Can't wait. Looking forward to seeing our friends and enjoying some ouzo at sunset.

  • avatar
    • 1 year ago
    • Sem

    Great view!
    But camera needs to be turned right a little to make the view horizontal.

Crete - Chania

Chania is the capital of Chania Prefecture, located in northwestern Crete.

It is one of the oldest cities in Crete with great history. Today is the second largest city of the island, a city that has preserved its traditional architecture and preserves most of the monuments from the time of Venetians and Turks.

Main sights of Chania are: the Old Town and the Venetian Harbour, the Maritime Museum, the Archaeological museum, the house of Eleftherios Venizelos, the graves of the Venizelos Family, the War Museum and many other monuments of Byzantine, Venetian, Ottoman and modern period.

The city has a typical Mediterranean climate, with hot and dry summers and mild winters.

The Koukouvaya cafe’ is a favorite meeting place located in the most beautiful hill of Chania, the Prophet Elias, next to the the Venizelos statesmen family graves, offering an amazing panoramic view of the old town and its Venetian harbor, the bay of Chania and the majestic White Mountains.

The name Kukuvayia, “the owl”,  reflected the bird’s eye view of this place, which was used as a German observation post during WWII.

Cam on-line since: 02/19/2016