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Panagia is a fairly large settlement, on the way to Viannos, located 43 km from Heraklion. The village is considered to be named after an adjacent temple, dedicated to Panagia (the Virgin Mary), in particular “Panagia Psomopoula”.
Some Venetian facilities and warehouses are preserved in the settlement, as well as a remarkable Venetian fountain of limestone at the center of the village. Today the agricultural production of the village is mainly olive oil and secondly its residents turn to viticulture.

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