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Kreta: Wanderung in die Schlucht der Mühlen (Myli, Rethymnon)

Kreta: Wanderung in die Schlucht der Mühlen (Myli, Rethymnon)

01:36
4.30 mi
2.7 mph
1,000 ft
925 ft

Tour Overview

Starting Point
25 yd
Die alte Materialseilbahn ist vom Tavernenbesitzer noch immer in Verwendung
Erster Blick in die Schlucht, mit Blick auf eine Taverna
Abwärts in die Schlucht
Man sieht das horizontal liegende Mühlrad, davor die Steinmulde diente zum Auffangendes gemahlenen Mehls
0.58 mi
Unglaublich, dass hier um 1960 noch Menschen gewohnt haben.
Diesen Durchgang hat das Wasser geschaffen
Eine der zwei Ortschaften (die andere hieß Pano Myli), am Eingang der Schlucht) in der die Mühlenbetreiber gewohnt haben
1.91 mi
Original griechischer Griechischer Salat
Die urige Canteen Banana am Ende der Schlucht
Der heilige Nikolaus
3.11 mi
3.65 mi
Die Taverna am oberen Schluchteingang
Ein lezter Blick auf die Schlucht
4.30 mi
Destination

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Wolf_gang went for a hike.

May 6, 2017

Comments

  • Wolf_gang

    Myli gorgeThe Myli Gorge (Greek φαράγγι των μύλων, gorge of the mills) is a south to north gorge in northern Crete. It is located southeast of Rethymno and had since the time of the Venetian rule in Crete numerous water mills. Its remains are today a document of pre-industrial agricultural work processes. In the gorge are numerous, sometimes rare plants and animals.The gorge is accessible through a hiking trail along the mill stream, which rises on the northern slope of the 811 meter high mountain Angali.In the gorge are the remains of numerous lavishly constructed buildings, bridges and canals for water mills, created in the 16th century, at the time of the Venetian rule in Crete, and partly in operation until the 1970s. It was mainly grain mills that processed the wheat grown in the area.In the 1960s, the population left the old village of Kato Myli to relocate to more convenient location (Nei Myli).From Wikipedia

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Kreta: Wanderung in die Schlucht der Mühlen (Myli, Rethymnon)