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Emanuel Casimatis with his grandchildren
The Crescent Theatre at Fairfield owned..
north of karava is platia ammos , lovely quiet village with a new seafood restraurant , and a lovely spot...
kythera we dont see anymore, this photo was taken in the early 80s, when it wasnt uncommon to see this...
another perfect summers day as people enjoy all that kapsali has to offer !
still the best , the castle , chora and kapsali as evening falls , the harsh light of the day...
chora from the village of strapothi ... spectacular!!
kids having a ball jumping of the rocks at melidoni beach
Interviewed during his visit to Australia, 2013.
August 17, 2010
103.2 HOPE - radio station
You’ve heard of PhDs in science, medicine and education but have you...
Sunday Telegraph (circulation 490,000)
FEBRUARY 22, 2015.
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Photograph: Aerial view of the...
The island is also called Tsitigoto, from the name Cerigoto given by the Venetians, or even, Lee (Lioi), perhaps...
03.08.2017 (Message Board)
I have come across the name Theodoros Haniotis on a tile-making patent lodged in Sydney...
27.04.2017 (Message Board)
i am a cousin of your wife therese. I lost email contact with her in...
20.04.2017 (Message Board)
I emailed you with some contacts. If you didn't receive this, let me know and...
19.04.2017 (Message Board)
Hi John, I just emailed you regarding Euripides. His mother was Maria Mavromatis.