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The Venetian fort of Souda - located on the homonymous island, right across from the fort of Itzedin, east of Chania. It was one of the most resistant locations of all Greece during the fight against the Turks.
The castle of Methoni - one of the most distinctive castle-communities in Greece. It was built in 1209 by the Venetians on a rock that protrudes into the sea and is separated from the mainland by an artificial moat.
Chlemoutsi or Chloumoutsi or Clermont or Castel Tornese was the main castle of the Principality of Achaia. Constructed between 1220 and 1223 during the era of the Franks by Geoffrey de Villehardouin in Ilia