Kastelli Hill

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Kastelli Hill (also Kasteli; Greek: Λόφος Καστέλλι or Καστέλι) is a landform at the city of Chania on the island of Crete in the present day country of Greece.[1] The Minoan city of ancient Cydonia was centered on Kastelli Hill,[2] which later was selected by the Romans as the site of an acropolis.

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  1. ^ J. Fisher, 2001
  2. ^ C. M. Hogan, 2008

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Coordinates: 35°31′02″N 24°01′11″E / 35.5173°N 24.0196°E / 35.5173; 24.0196