The visit of Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall on the island of Crete remains unforgettable both to the hosts as to the high guests. A month after the visit beginning of May, a letter from Clarence House arrived to the community of Archannes. Their Royal Highnesses thank the community for the warm welcome and especially the “Cretan dancing!”
The letter is addressed to the community chairman Giorgos Beteinakis and signed by Scott Furssedonn-Wood, Deputy Private Secretary for The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall.
Prince Charles and the Duchess visited Acharnnes on the island of Crete as part of their official program to Greece.
After a visit to archaeological site of Knossos, Prince Charles and Camilla spent the afternoon in Achrannes were they were welcomed with appropriate honor, gifts, local specializes and a special event.
A Pentozali dance, the traditional Cretan dance.
According to Cretan media flashnews that published the letters, Beteinakis had also sent a letter to Clarence House right after the visit of the royal couple.