A Travel Guide to Crete in the Sixties (1964) | British Pathé
This section of Pathé Pictorial provides a snapshot of what the lovely island of Crete, Greece seemed like in the nineteen-sixties. From a wealthy historical past that’s ever current in the structure of the metropolis to sunny seashores, Crete actually has all of it.
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A take a look at the many sights on the island of Crete.
Various pictures of vacationers water snowboarding or mendacity on the seashore in swimsuits and consuming in eating places. Various pictures of the seashore caves the place locals reside in the summer time. Various pictures as they harvest grain, bake bread and weave outdoors. There are additionally pictures of windmills in the fields and males milking goats.
People play the lyre and dance in a circle. Various pictures of the ruined palace at Knossos together with the pots, and work on the partitions. Several extra pictures of holidaymakers on the seashore.
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