The Boutas was one of the major shopping mountainous villages of Chania until the 1970s. Today
of the eight neighborhoods are more or less 40 people of which most, old age, The School had six rooms, three and bumped down with three of the galleys, had over 170 students with all-day program. The village was a commercial center with many different stores. Four mills were once before these countless factories. There were too many coffee shops – restaurants and groceries together, forges petalotiria, samaradika because then all animals had their movements, but also for business. And oven. And why then tailors were men wore traditional costumes.
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Things are so difficult as it used to be, at least in our minds to stay immortal.
* Photo By Nikos Darakis