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Chania

, Hania
the chief port of Crete, on the NW coast. Pop.: 82 000 (2005 est.)
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So elusive was Ms Chania that detectives had to entice her to arrest her.
Speaking on Monday in Gachuiri village, Gatundu South, Chania said organic farming is slowly disappearing as most farmers have turned farming into agribusiness" in total disregard of their health".
Jet2.com and Jet2holidays' inaugural flight to Bourgas in Bulgaria marks the start of the six new routes giving passengers the chance to visit Chania, Izmir, Verona, Pula and Bergerac from their local Airport.
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The event organizers are the municipality of the city of Chania andBlank Wall Gallery.
Ryanair's head of communications Robin Kiely said: "We are pleased to extend our Birmingham summer 2017 schedule, with a new route to Porto, in addition to our three other new routes to Chania, Girona and Reus already announced.
Anemos Luxury Grand Resort is a brand new 5-star luxury hotel in Georgioupolis of Chania in the north-western part of Crete.
Chania, Crete's second-largest city, is a working town with a stunning Venetian old quarter which dates back to medieval times, when the city was an important port on trade routes with the Middle East.
Next day, keen to work off our huge dinner, we headed into the hills behind Chania, where life goes on in the sleepy villages as it has done for decades.
e day before our tea-drinking faux-pas, we had headed to Chania's weekly fruit and vegetable market, where along street is lled with farmers and women from NEED TO KNOW ANNABELLE THORPE | visited Crete as a guest of Sunvil Holidays, who offer seven nights' B&B at the Doma Hotel in Chania starting at PS740 per person (based on two sharing).
Chania, Crete's secondlargest city, is a working town with a stunning Venetian old quarter which dates back to medieval times, when the city was an important port on trade routes with the Middle East.
Zikos and his wife Lucine of Sturbridge; her daughter, Maria Zikos of Southbridge; a brother, Manoli Sirokakis of Chania, Greece; a sister, Maria Sirokakis of Athens, Greece; her twin grandchildren, Arianna M.