by Ioanna Zikakou
Published in GreekReporter - Greece on October 20, 2014
Arolithos is a unique, traditional Cretan village. It lies just 11 kilometers away from Heraklion, along the old national road connecting it with Rethymnon. Built on a mountain slope, in the wild Cretan landscape, the village is a feast for the eyes, evoking memories from the past for older generations, regarding their way of living, while revealing the simplicity and beauty of old times to younger generations.
The Museum of Rural History and Popular Art in the Greek village of Arolithos includes two old traditional houses which represent rural life, architecture and decoration of people in areas around Crete during the 19th century.- Read the entire article: http://greece.greekreporter.com/2014/10/20/cretan-village-hosts-museum-of-greek-rural-history/#sthash.Bju9TPsT.dpuf