CulturePhotographyCrete in the 1950s: 25 Amazing Photos by a Traveling French Photographer by Gregory Pappas June 7, 2015 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 HaniaA festival in the village of Agios GiorgosAgios Nikolaos LakeSt. Nicholas Church in Splantzia, HaniaAgios NikolaosThe market of IraklionVillage of Amari in RethymnonArkadi Monastery in RethymnonA Cretan ManA Cretan manMen of CreteGiouchtas in IraklionA man in HaniaIraklion HarborA Cafe in IraklionClimbing on Mt. PsiloritisRethymnonVillage of Hora SfakionMonastery of ToplouVillage of Valsamonero cretephotography 2 comments 6FacebookTwitterGoogle +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 Greek Yogurt Cheesecake With Pomegranate Syrup July 16, 2019 One Tablespoon of Greek Honey Daily Does Wonders... July 12, 2019 Six Ancient Greek Superfoods You Should Be Eating... July 11, 2019 Honey Oregano Chicken Thighs With Lemon Potatoes, Feta July 11, 2019 Carrot Tzatziki by George Calombaris July 11, 2019 Milopita (Apple Cake) by The Greek Vegan July 6, 2019 Eleven Cool Ways to Style Your Greek Salad June 28, 2019 Lindsay Lohan Closes Mykonos Club as MTV Reality... June 24, 2019 New Research Finds Spoon Sweets Healthier Than Most... June 21, 2019 Yes, Greeks Invented Cheesecake Too June 21, 2019Leave a Comment Cancel ReplySave my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.