The Great Walls of Kythera Book Project:
Kythera has some extraordinary walls, and good pictures of them would make a fascinating book. If you have some wonderful Kytherian wall pictures then submit them to this category. In 2011 we'll select the best of them to go into a book. Anyone whose picture appears in the book will get 3 free copies and of course be named as the author.
submitted by Albert Blok on 16.11.2010
Ruine in Pitsinades
submitted by Albert Blok on 03.11.2010
One of the many beautiful ruines in the area in the back of Palaiopoli/Avlemonas.
submitted by Barbara Zantiotis on 03.11.2010
Wall along the road near the church.
submitted by Barbara Zantiotis on 01.11.2010
Wall in a laneway off the main road with one of the resident cats.
This wall is located in a laneway behind the main street.
It's amazing that this church was built in the 13th century.
submitted by Pat Cha on 16.09.2010
My father used to walk from Dokana to Avlemonas to fish. This old building was a cafe, he used to go there with his father and wait for him whilst he caught up with all the men there.
submitted by George Khalil on 06.09.2010
Under contruction by George Khalil
submitted by Peter Condoleon on 08.08.2010
Cannons ready to defend the Port of Kapsali.
This rock wall can be found on 'To Tsakouno Ta Fridia' or above the cliffs at Viaradika. Like all the similiar rock walls built around the island, this wall defined family property.
An old house found in Viaradika. The doorways in houses built of this era were wooden arched and small.
The walls of Agios Yiannis can be found secretly tucked away in the Viaradika Caves. This church was possibly built in the caves during the period where Kythera was regularly raided by pirates and may therefore be approximately 500 years old.
The word 'KALIMERA' has been handcrafted above a doorway on a long abandoned house in Viaradika.
submitted by Zina Megaloconomos on 05.08.2010
with only the walls remaining, the windmill overlooks Kato Livadi
If only these walls could speak - oh what stories they'd tell...
Withstanding the test of time, this wall refuses to collapse
submitted by James Gavriles on 04.08.2010
Walls around the rear of the Gavrilis home in Logothetianika
Kostas Sofios and workmen repairing wall at my Grandfather Gavrilis home in Logothetianika
submitted by Zina Megaloconomos on 04.08.2010
Sadly what's left of the family house
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