In the eastern part of the Chania’s Cape are the tombs of Eleftherios Venizelos and his son. Around the tombs are build a beautiful park, under the shade of the pine trees, gardens, paved floors, stairs, terraces and incredible views of the city of Chania.
Opposite one from another, are the tombs of Eleftherios Venizelos and his son Sophocles built. It is worth noting that the tomb of Eleftherios Venizelos has written in iron letters the speech itself, the Greek parliament in April 1932.
The Statue of Liberty (of Spyros Kagialedakis)
On February 9, 1897 (Cape revolution) Spyros Kagialedakis raised the Greek flag opposite the shells of the great powers using his body as a pole. Built in honor of the Statue of Liberty symbolizing the struggle for freedom from the Cretans.
The monastery of Prophet Elias
A damaged by looting, historical sacred temple built in the 16th century.