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West Court

The Corridor from north to south, Malia

 Like the other palaces Malia has a west court. The west wing of the Palace, which probably had two storeys, contained magazines, cult rooms and official apartments.

This corridor extends from north to south through the West Wing of the palace. The complex of rooms off this corridor where also magazines and rooms set aside for Minoan cult practices.

The Central Court for example is only slightly smaller than the main courts at Knossos and Festos. The palace is rather provincial, built of local stone and without frescoes.

The Corridor from south to north, Malia


The palace consists of: a West Court with pathways leading to several storage rooms, a North Court and a Central Court with stairways and its central sacrificial altar, Royal Apartments, the Royal Throne Room, Kitchen, water pools, sanctuaries and a Pillar Crypt.



List of Places to Visit


West Corridor

Minoan Palace of Malia


Large Pithar

Queen's Hall

Loggia and Paved Terrace

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