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The Royal Family May 11
Today marked the end of The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall's as the couple made several visits around the island of Crete. TRH visited Knossos Archaeological Site, which was the centre of the Minoan culture of Bronze Age Crete around 7,000 BC.
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Clarence House May 11
To begin the third and final day of the , The Prince and The Duchess are touring Knossos Archaeological Site on the island of Crete. Knossos was the centre of the Minoan culture of Bronze Age Crete, established around 7,000 BC.
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Chris Jackson May 11
Both the Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall were game enough to give the Greek dancing a go during their visit to today
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Clarence House May 10
While HRH watched from aboard the Hellenic Naval Trireme, the conducted a flypast to mark the . The flypast was dedicated to two pilots from the Greek Air Force and Red Arrows who recently lost their lives.
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Hrh Camilla Cornwall May 11
Just once One wouldn’t mind enjoying Ones morning coffee without an audience.
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Clarence House May 11
In Archanes, Greek dancers welcome The Prince and The Duchess to a fantastic celebration of local Cretan food and culture.
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Clarence House May 11
Replying to @ClarenceHouse
Thank you to everyone who came out to meet TRH - and for inviting them to try some special Greek delicacies!
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Hrh Camilla Cornwall May 11
It is the final day of and so will be visiting Crete, today’s visits include the Knossos Archaeological Site, the Heraklion Development Agency, and the Church Square for a celebration of local food, culture and heritage.
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Hrh Camilla Cornwall May 11
Had a lovely time in Greece, One is that full of hummus and Taramasalata One might need the seatbelt extension on the flight home.
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Clarence House May 10
Replying to @ClarenceHouse
The shelter provides free housing, counselling and emergency support to women and children. The services are available to anyone living in Greece. The children who live at the shelter gave HRH a beautiful posey before she departed.
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The Royal Family May 11
Replying to @Refugees
The Prince of Wales also visited the Heraklion Development Agency, which is currently supporting over 700 across the area. HRH was briefed on their current project to integrate refugees into Cretian society.
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Peter Webscott May 11
Greek Twitter having hysterics over meetings between Camilla (=camel in Greek) and Tsipras’s wife Betty or more formally Peristera (=dove in Greek). Cue calls for a new Aesopian fable!
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Hrh Camilla Cornwall May 11
As President of The Uk Winegrowers Association One will visit Lyrarakis Winery, all in the name of research of course.
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The Royal Family May 11
Replying to @ClarenceHouse
The Prince of Wales and The Duchess then joined a cultural celebration on the island, touring stalls showcasing Cretian produce, crafts, local initiatives and entrepreneurs. More on .
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Chris Jackson May 11
The Prince of Wales takes part in some traditional Greek dancing during a visit to Archanes in
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Niko Efstathiou May 10
Happy to see that Prince Charles consumes as much coffee as I do.
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Eirini Zarkadoula May 11
The Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Corwall in dancing
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Global Greek World May 10
The connection: Prince Charles' father, Prince Philip, as a child in his Evzon costume and with his mother, Princess Aliki who in her later years devoted herself to the Greek Orthodox Church and philanthropy. Phillip was born in Corfu.
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Clarence House May 10
The Prince of Wales was given a tour of HMS Echo today during a visit to Piraeus Harbour in Athens. HRH was briefed on the ship’s work with EU Naval Forces and met members of the Ship’s Company.
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Manolis  N. Tsoulos May 10
Athens Memorial after Royal visit
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