Megali Porta Porta Guora Creta Ethinikis Antistaseos Street Megali porta During the Venetian Occupation in Crete it was given the name Porta Guora in honour of the Venetian Rector Giacomo Guoro It used to be the entrance to the city from the central wall Rethymnon There was also a lion with wings  symbol of Venice which is now in the garden of the Venetian Loggia in Rethymnon

Double doorframe Agiou Frangiskou Street Entrance with double doorframe  The exterior part was built by Venetians and the interior part by Turks who connected the two parts with a pergola On the left and on the right side there are Lions of Venice and symbols of the Ottoman Empire Rethymnon

Archaeological Museum of Rethymno 

St Francis Church  Agiou Frangiskou Street The church of Agios Frangiskos is a Franciscan Church Rethymnon

On the door frame of the church an artichoke shape key  and muslim symbols

Conservatory At the beginning of Vernardou Street a Venetian church dedicated to Santa Maria was turned into a mosque by Turks in 1657 They added a Μinaret which is the tallest in Rethymno Next to the Minaret there used to be a Turkish Kitap hane Muslim seminary school Kitap in Turkish means book with symbols of the Ottoman Empire Rethymnon

Turkish School   Vernardou &  H. Trikoupi Mikrasiaton Square

The First Primary School is the oldest school building in Rethymnon

Rimondi Fountain Titou Petychaki Square Rimondi Fountain  was built in 1626 by the Venetian Governor of Rethymno Rimondi There is his Monogram n the middle and 3 lion heads with water running from their mouths The Turkish added a dome and Muslim religious symbols Rethymnon

 Loggia On the corner of Konstantinou Palaiologou and Arkadiou street Loggia Rethymno  was a social club for the Venetians Today it is used as a selling point for exact museum copies

Venetian Harbour In 1204 the Venetians built a small harbour for commercial purposes  Because of the low water depth no large ships could reach the harbour  so they used a small building Customs where the passengers waited for the boats to come and take them to the ship Rethymnon

Fortezza Crete Emm Kefalogianni Avenue The Venetian fortress was built between 1573 and 1580 by the Venetians in order to protect the citizens from Turks Rethymno

The Mosque of Kara Musa Pasha is a former Venetian building.

The Church of Mikri Panagia little church of Virgin Mary Nikiforou Foka Street & Arambatzoglou Street) at  Μ Papaioanou Square The church was built during the last years of the Venetian Occupation and is dedicated to Mary Magdalene. There is a unique Byzantine  icon of Saint Gobdelaas, the only icon of Persian saint we find in a church in Crete