On the other hand, after the fall of Constantinople in 1453, many priests, monks and artists took refuge in Crete and reinforced the Byzantine religion and culture on the island.The city of Chania during the period that followed was a blend of Byzantine, Venetian, and Classical Greek cultural elements.Chanta first teases and torments Darling's huge DD tits and luscious ass until they are nice and rosy.
Many of the important buildings of the town were built during this era and the intellectual activities (written word, music, education) were also promoted. The Muslims resided mainly in the eastern quarters, Kastelli and Splantzia, where they converted the Dominican church of St Nicholas into the central Sovereign's Mosque (Turkish: Hünkar Camısı).
However, the walls did not prevent the Ottoman army from overrunning the city in 1645 after just two months' siege. They also built new mosques such as the Küçük Hasan Pasha Mosque or Yali Mosque on the harbour.
This consists of the city of Chania and several other towns and villages, including Kounoupidiana (pop. The Byzantine Empire retook the city in 961 AD (Second Byzantine Period, until 1204 AD).
In 69 BC, the Roman consul Caecilius Metellus defeated the Cretans and conquered Kydonia to which he granted the privileges of an independent city-state.
By this time Chania was the seat of a bishopric, which would be known under Venetian rule as Roman Catholic Diocese of La Canea and later become the Latin titular see of Cydonia.
After the Fourth Crusade (1204) and the fall of Byzantium in the Hellenic area, Crete was given to Bonifacio, Marquess of Montferrat.
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Contact with Venice led to close intertwining of Cretan and Venetian cultures, without, however, the Cretans losing their Greek Orthodox nature.
The city's name became La Canea and its fortifications were strengthened, giving Chania the form that it still has today.
He in turn chose to sell it to the Venetians for 100 silver marks.