submitted by Stephen Trifyllis on 03.09.2015
getting aboard for the night boat to Athens , as the summer is over for these tourists and back to their homes , .. ke tou xpono .. come back for the summer next year ...
once the 15th of august has been and gone there is a mad rush to get of the island and head for home, its incredible really with in a week the island virtually empties and once again the island is left to the locals , but ii am sure all the people that came for a break go home very happy !!!
submitted by Stephen Trifyllis on 25.05.2014
surely one of the best restaurants on the island winter or summer is Panaretos in potamos , summer for a great lunch and at dinner and in the winter down stairs in the warm cosy little restaurant ,here a traditional meal .. bumyes and a greek salad ..
submitted by George Sophios on 19.05.2013
The Municipal Library of Kythera is located just off the central road through Kythera. If you take the Ayios Ilias turn off, it is the first building you see on your right hand side. Within 50 metres on the right hand side of the road you will come to the newly opened Municipal Library of Kythera.
The Municipal Library of Kythera is located near the centre of the island.
submitted by Peter Makarthis on 25.04.2016
Foundation Stone , Greek Orthodox Church Tamworth NSW
This Holy Church
Foundation Stone Laid 6th April 1975 in the presence of Bishop of Theoupolis KK Panteleiomonos.
Church opened on 8th November 1976 in the presence of The Archbishop of Australia KK Stylianos
The Committee of the Greek Community of New South Wales 1927.
President : Mark Stamell
Vice President : Paul Calopedis
Secretary : Alex Grivas
Treasurer : Peter Sotiropulos
Cosma Cassimatis, Peter Aroney, George Patterson, G. Comino, Peter Kazakas, Theo Alifieris, B. Georgopoulos, N. Bylos, G. Kalligeros
submitted by Gaye Hegeman on 04.08.2011
Parked outside the Potamos bakery while the owner went in to buy bread. (May 2010)
submitted by George Vardas on 18.06.2011
Another of Kate Kasimatis' culinary delights
Beautiful Greek almond biscuits
Lyndey and Blair in the Kasimatis kitchen with Lucky and Kate and sampling diples
How wine is made Kytherian style
Lucky shows Blair his grapevines below Aghia Irini
The Milans get lucky
Lyndey and Blair walk through the ruins
The Milans visited the old Venetian castle in Kato Hora
Blair gets a taste of the honey
Yiannis with Lyndey tasting the beautiful honey with local cheese
Kytherian honey is reputed to be the best in the world
These oils are on sale at Stavros' shop in Hora
Lyndey and Blair don protective clothing and come up close with Kytherian bees
Kritharis and Frantzeskakis
A story set in Sandstone
Places – Karavas, Kythera and Q Station, North Head Sydney.
whats the name of this village ?
pretty little village near potamos .. village dates back to late 1600s after the destruction of paliochora ...
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