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Wild nature, alternative history and mystical places.

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1. Die Labyrinth-Höhle des Minotaurus auf Kreta - Mythos oder Wirklichkeit?

Magie und Zauberei, paranormale und unerklärliche Phänomene, die Suche nach der Wahrheit und nach dem Stein der Weisen, die Schaffung des Elixiers der Jugend und des ewigen Lebens – immer beunruhigt eine Person. Der Haltungsprozess ist unser natürlicher Zustand. Inna, das unerklärliche, unbekannte und übernatürliche – bedeutet nicht jemand anderes, außerirdisch! Bis jetzt kennen wir die Natur dieser Phänomene nicht und sollten sie nicht nur dadurch leugnen, dass dies unbeschreiblich ist und den allgemein anerkannten Gesetzen nicht gehorcht.

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2. Matala caves & prehistoric harbor

Many secrets hides Cretan history …

The island is simply shrouded in legends and myths. And the archaeological museum in Heraklion is replete with archaeological finds.
But if they study the history of Crete in more detail, it immediately catches the eye that the official history does not fit in with the archaeological finds, and the finds are not joined by Greek mythology.

When and by whom were the caves of Matala built? When and by whom was built a huge port that existed here before? How did the ancient “primitive” people of the Stone Age swim to Crete 130 thousand years ago?
Read the blog article …

Let’s think together, was it anyway, or was it somehow different?
What really happened in Crete?

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3. The archaeological site of Kommos (Komos)

Kommos (or Komos) beach is one of the largest and most beautiful beaches in Crete.

Discoveries in the Kommos area include palace buildings, the harbor settlement, and a series of successive public buildings that may have been warehouses or ship houses to shelter and protect the ships of Phaistos.

The fascinating building complex unearthed in the city includes a temple, a prytaneion (official building), a circular enclosure and a courtyard with four square altars.

Also in the entire Komos area are various remains such as megalitic foundations.

Unfortunately, commons was extensively destroyed many centuries ago. The houses and public buildings of the city were destroyed by a (earthquake?) And later rebuilt from scratch. Interestingly, the city was originally built on terraces.

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4. Agio Farago gorge - caves and churches

Agio Farago or Agio Farango – called the hermit gorge, is one of the most impressive gorges on the south coast of Crete – the gorge is mesmerizing and bizzar to the high cliffs and incredibly high energetic.

In May / June the oleander blooms, then the gorge turns into a hike. The gorge has hundreds of caves. Most are very hidden, can only be reached by good climbers.

After all, there are a few show caves with built-in churches and holy places, easily accessible caves, which are accessed by hiking trails.

A paradise for explorers …

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5. Agio Farago Park - Martsalo and Vathi beach

Agio Farago or Agio Farango – called the hermit gorge, is one of the most impressive gorges on the south coast of Crete – the gorge is mesmerizing and bizzar to the high cliffs and incredibly high energetic.

In May / June the oleander blooms, then the gorge turns into a hike. The gorge has hundreds of caves. Most are very hidden, can only be reached by good climbers.

After all, there are a few show caves with built-in churches and holy places, easily accessible caves, which are accessed by hiking trails.

A paradise for explorers …

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6. Roka

Agio Farago or Agio Farango – called the hermit gorge, is one of the most impressive gorges on the south coast of Crete – the gorge is mesmerizing and bizzar to the high cliffs and incredibly high energetic.

In May / June the oleander blooms, then the gorge turns into a hike. The gorge has hundreds of caves. Most are very hidden, can only be reached by good climbers.

After all, there are a few show caves with built-in churches and holy places, easily accessible caves, which are accessed by hiking trails.

A paradise for explorers …

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7. Peleka Cave

Agio Farago or Agio Farango – called the hermit gorge, is one of the most impressive gorges on the south coast of Crete – the gorge is mesmerizing and bizzar to the high cliffs and incredibly high energetic.

In May / June the oleander blooms, then the gorge turns into a hike. The gorge has hundreds of caves. Most are very hidden, can only be reached by good climbers.

After all, there are a few show caves with built-in churches and holy places, easily accessible caves, which are accessed by hiking trails.

A paradise for explorers …

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