Galatas Palace

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The Galatas Palace is a Minoan site on Crete found in the early 1990s. The East Wing is the best preserved part of the building, while the West and South wings have been extensively damaged. Excavations have continued the North wing of the building, which is proving to be more promising. The archaeological site is considered by its excavator to be a Minoan palace. [1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Ian Swindale, Galatas, retrieved 12 May 2013

Coordinates: 35°10′29″N 25°14′45″E / 35.1746°N 25.2457°E / 35.1746; 25.2457