Venetian Loggia in Rethymnon was built in the mid-16th century
and is located on the corner of Arkadiou street and Paleologou
street. The building has a square layout with three
vaulted walls (the south wall of the Loggia is not vaulted).
The vaulted walls consist of three semi-circular arches, the
central arch in each wall functioning as an entrance to the
building. Originally, the building was open to the air;
however at a later stage a timber roof was constructed.
Restoration work to the Loggia was carried out in the mid 1990s
and since then the building has functioned as the Archaeological
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