Kurve

Heraklion, Crete, Greece, 2003: Heraklion, (or Iraklion) is the capital of Crete and the fourth largest city in Greece. The city has had many rulers and been known by many names. For centuries under Venetian rule it was called Candia.  The Ottomans who famously besieged it for 24 years (the longest siege in history) called it Kandiye.  Even it’s more recent ruins looked interesting…           Canon EOS A2E (EOS-5)/Sigma 28-105/Fuji Superia 400


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