Maza, Crete

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Location
35°21'25"N
024°12'47"E
Country
 Greece
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Maza (Greek: Μάζα) is a small village in Chania regional unit on the island of Crete, Greece. It has 100 residents (252 including the villages Fones and Champatha, 2011 census), and is in the municipal unit of Kryonerida. It has a tiny church with interesting frescos next to a small taverna with (according to local legend) a 600-year-old olive tree adjacent. The taverna owner currently (2012) has the key to the church and will show you inside on request. There is a small parking area behind the church. The taverna owner will still let you into the church (2021)
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