Anogeia

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Girl Statue at Yakinthia

Girl Statue at Yakinthia

The poet, songwriter and singer from Anogia, who they call "Loudovikos of Anogia" wants to make the history of the young martyr, who supersedes his fear in love, known to the public. And because 1.900 years have passed since the martyrdom of Yakinthos, he decided to honor the Saint of Love by singing the poetry of love.

Icon of Saint Yakinthos

Icon of Saint Yakinthos

The poet, songwriter and singer from Anogia, who they call "Loudovikos of Anogia" wants to make the history of the young martyr, who supersedes his fear in love, known to the public. And because 1.900 years have passed since the martyrdom of Agios Yakinthos (Hyacinth), he decided to honor the Saint of Love by singing the poetry of love.

Raki Making at Yakinthia Festival

Raki Making at Yakinthia Festival

The poet, songwriter and singer from Anogia, who they call "Loudovikos of Anogia" wants to make the history of the young martyr, who supersedes his fear in love, known to the public. And because 1.900 years have passed since the martyrdom of Yakinthos, he decided to honor the Saint of Love by singing the poetry of love.

Inside the Nikos Xylouri's Museum

Inside the Nikos Xylouri's Museum

Anogia is one of the most beautiful villages in Crete, probably built by refugees from neighboring Axos when it was destroyed during Venetian rule.

Nikos Xylouri's House in Anogia

Nikos Xylouri's House in Anogia

Anogia is one of the most beautiful villages in Crete, probably built by refugees from neighboring Axos when it was destroyed during Venetian rule.

Souvenirs from Anogia

Souvenirs from Anogia

Anogia is one of the most beautiful villages in Crete, probably built by refugees from neighboring Axos when it was destroyed during Venetian rule.

Gift Shop in Anogia

Gift Shop in Anogia

Anogia is one of the most beautiful villages in Crete, probably built by refugees from neighboring Axos when it was destroyed during Venetian rule.

Street in Anogia

Street in Anogia

Anogia is one of the most beautiful villages in Crete, probably built by refugees from neighboring Axos when it was destroyed during Venetian rule.

Panoramic View of Anogia

Panoramic View of Anogia

Anogia is one of the most beautiful villages in Crete, probably built by refugees from neighboring Axos when it was destroyed during Venetian rule.

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