Information – opinions exchange meeting at Chania

The Rural Crete Observatory, within June 2020, will launch an ambitious research entitled “REGISTER – EVALUATION – HIERARCHY OF TRADITIONAL SETTLEMENTS IN RELATION WITH THE EUROPEAN PATH E4″. Scientific coordinator of the research is professor Nikos Skoutelis. This is a horizontal action that will highlight new strategies for a new attractiveness of Crete, adapted to the values ​​and meanings of the place, its history and the activities of people throughout the island.

The first information- opinions exchange meeting took place on Tuesday, June 23, 2020 at the Technical University of Crete, with guests-present, executives of the local government of the Regional Unit of Chania.



The Rural Crete Observatory, within June 2020, will launch an ambitious research entitled “REGISTER – EVALUATION – HIERARCHY OF TRADITIONAL SETTLEMENTS IN RELATION WITH THE EUROPEAN PATH E4″. Scientific coordinator of the research is professor Nikos Skoutelis. This is a horizontal action that will highlight new strategies for a new attractiveness of Crete, adapted to the values ​​and meanings of the place, its history and the activities of people throughout the island.

The first information- opinions exchange meeting took place on Tuesday, June 23, 2020 at the Technical University of Crete, with guests-present, executives of the local government of the Regional Unit of Chania.