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Nautical Museum of Crete

Nautical Museum of Crete
External view of the museum building (right)
Established 1973
Location Chania, Crete, Greece
Type Nautical museum

The Nautical Museum of Crete is a museum in Chania, Crete, Greece. Its collection includes models of ships, nautical instruments, painting, historical photographs and war relics. The material is classified chronologically, starting from the Bronze Age up to our times.

The exhibits of the first floor include models of ancient ships, a model of the fortified town and port under Venetian rule, a model that shows shipbuilding and repair buildings, with a rowing ship inside.

The second floor exhibits include models of modern Hellenic Navy ships, destroyers, a missile boat, a landing ship with trucks and APVs on board. The exhibits include the full bridge of a destroyer and two torpedo propulsion units. A section of the museum is dedicated to the German invasion of Crete.

External links

  • Hellenic Ministry of Culture and Tourism
  • Municipality of Chania
  • www.greece-museums.com
  • www.greeka.com
  • www.crete-kreta.com

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