For several years (exactly from 2008) along the New National Road, speed cameras have been set up in many places. Most of them are well marked with appropriate plates. At the moment, probably all do not work or are devastated. You should not be surprised by the view of the speed camera mast, which case with measuring equipment is covered with a garbage bag. Such insights can encourage faster driving. Unfortunately, however, succumbing to the temptation of stronger gas pressure may end in an expensive mandate, as the Greek Police (like Poland) has many places where it is willing to set up with traditional dryers and laser speed meters. The last devices are particularly painful, because they allow you to control the speed from much larger distances than in the case of traditional radars, as I see in the video below in person. Unfortunately, despite the efforts of the Greek policeman to convince me that I'm innocent, I did not manage to avoid the punishment.
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Agios Pavlos is a charming place on the south coast of Crete near Triopetra. We have a short movie for you today, which we filmed here during last year's holidays. We invite you to watch :)
Today we invite you to the next sunset that we shot last year in Crete. This time you will be able to see the end of the day above the city of Sitia, located in the eastern end of the island. A part of the film was shot by a time-lapse technique allowing for a significant acceleration of the sunset.