CulturePhotography Crete in the 1950s: 25 Amazing Photos by a Traveling French Photographer written by Gregory Pappas June 7, 2015 From French photographer Claude Dervenn is a collection of beautiful black and white photographs of Crete in the 1950s. Agia Triada Monastery in Hania A festival in the village of Agios Giorgos Agios Nikolaos Lake St. Nicholas Church in Splantzia, Hania Agios Nikolaos The market of Iraklion Village of Amari in Rethymnon Arkadi Monastery in Rethymnon A Cretan Man A Cretan man Men of Crete Giouchtas in Iraklion A man in Hania Iraklion Harbor A Cafe in Iraklion Climbing on Mt. Psiloritis Rethymnon Village of Hora Sfakion Monastery of Toplou Village of Valsamonero Crete in the 1950s: 25 Amazing Photos by a Traveling French Photographer was last modified: September 4th, 2017 by Gregory Pappas Related cretephotography 2 comments 0 Facebook Twitter Google + Pinterest Gregory Pappas previous post How Turkey Gets Its Job Done in the United States: Former Congressman’s $8 Million Payday from Ankara Revealed in St. Louis Post-Dispatch next post Takis Michas in The Wall Street Journal: Reform Is Not in Syriza’s Nature You may also like 18 Really Cool Images of Athens in the... October 26, 2015 Just in Time for Christmas: Calliope’s Mastiha Flavored... December 6, 2016 On This Day February 18, 1883: Some Amazing... February 18, 2016 June 1, 2016 The Greek Vegan: Commemorating the Pontian Genocide with... May 19, 2016 How a Greek-Inspired Film Launched the International Career... September 27, 2014 On This Day November 5, 1957: The Funeral... November 5, 2015 Chef Maria Loi’s Chicken Soup With Egg-Lemon Emulsion... January 5, 2018 (Photos) Iconic Fashion Designer James Galanos Dies at... November 1, 2016 Maria Loi’s Finger-Licking Good Fanouropita Recipe August 20, 2018 2 comments Μυθικές φωτογραφίες από την Κρήτη της δεκαετίας του '50 - POPAGANDA February 2, 2016 - 4:52 am […] Πηγή. […] Reply Μυθικές φωτογραφίες από την Κρήτη της δεκαετίας του ’50 – Creta Blog January 24, 2018 - 12:19 am […] Πηγή. […] Reply Leave a Comment Cancel Reply This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.