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submitted by Dean Coroneos on 12.05.2010

Gerakari Unit Accomodation. (1)

Superbly designed. The "flat stone" effect is unique and effective.

Designed by young Kytherian architect Andreas Mariatos.

Built with the aid of a grant from Aναπυζιακή Εταιρεί Kυδηρων (A.Ε. (AN.KY. A.E.) - the Development Agency of Kythera (S.A. (AN.KY. S.A.). Sponsored by the European Union.

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submitted by Kytherian Newsletter Sydney on 12.05.2010

The watermills of Kythera

Author: Ioannis Γ Kasimatis
Author's Tel., Athens: 210 90 10 320

When Published: 2005

Publisher: Athelfi (Brothers) Vlassi
Λόντου 2-4
Aθήνα. 106 81
Tηλ: 210 38 12 900, 210 38 33 013
Fax: 210 38 27 557
www.vlassi.gr

Language: Greek

Available: Bookshop at Kondolianika, Kythera
Email, here

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submitted by James Victor Prineas on 30.03.2008

Earthquake on Kythera 2006

The BBC article regarding the Earthquake.

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submitted by Daniel Tripp on 07.02.2008

Carnival - 1971 - Potamos

The four of us kids, myself 8/9 (Viking), Benjamin 7 (Gangster), Raphael 5 (Devil), Rebecca 3 (Gipsy) - wearing our masks in preparation for carnival.

Later that night, I was awoken by crowds of people wearing scary costumes running thru the house - I was terrified, but quickly got over it...

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submitted by Daniel Tripp on 07.02.2008

Newcastle Morning Herald Story - 1972 - Page1

This is page one of the article my dad wrote for the Newcastle Morning Herald. His title for the article was "Kythera, the island that went south" - but the editor changed it to something less imaginative, and almost derogatory...

Notice the numerous errors the editor introduced. My dad was meticulous speller...

We lived there for 9 months - Winter thru Spring in Potamos, Summer in Pelagia and late Summer Autumn in Katsoulanika.

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submitted by Daniel Tripp on 07.02.2008

Newcastle Morning Herald Story - 1972 - Page2

Here's page 2 of that article.

The child in the photo is me, aged 8.

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submitted by Nikie Andronico Saffas on 25.04.2016

Greek-American Veterans of United States commando units honored

by Hellenic NATIONAL DEFENSE GENERAL Staff at the Greek Embassy ON NOVEMBER 19, 2007
(Photo 3 of 3)
Pictured above:
Op Group Vets + Greek Military with Rank
Front Row L -R
Robert L. Miller;
Peter C. Photis;
Lt. General Konstantinos Korkas, Hon Commander, Hellenic Army
Col Ilias Leontaris, Defense Attache, Greek Embassy, Wash D.C.
Nicholas G Pappas;
Spiro G. Cappony;

Back Row L - R:
Gregory M. Pahules;

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submitted by Nikie Andronico Saffas on 25.04.2016

Greek-American Veterans of United States commando units honored

by Hellenic NATIONAL DEFENSE GENERAL Staff at the Greek Embassy ON NOVEMBER 19, 2007
(Photo 2 of 3)

The Hellenic National Defense General Staff will honor the Greek-American veterans of United States commando units, who served behind enemy lines and fought alongside Hellenic Armed Forces in occupied Greece during World War II, in a special ceremony at the Greek Embassy on November 19 on the occasion of the Greek Armed Forces Day.

Click the link to read the ...

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submitted by Nikie Andronico Saffas on 25.04.2016

Greek-American Veterans of United States commando units honored

by Hellenic NATIONAL DEFENSE GENERAL Staff at the Greek Embassy ON NOVEMBER 19, 2007
(Photo 1 of 3)

Pictured above: Andrew G. Saffas, Sculptor
Lt. General Konstantinos Korkas, Honorary Commander, Hellenic Army Colonel Ilias Leontaris, Hellenic Defense Attache

The Hellenic National Defense General Staff will honor the Greek-American veterans of United States commando units, who served behind enemy lines and fought alongside Hellenic Armed Forces in occupied ...

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submitted by Spyro Calocerinos on 25.04.2016

RECOGNITION FOR HIGH ACHIEVERS

This article was written in the "TORCH" newspaper on the 19th September 2007.
It is pleasing to see that two girls of Greek origin received awards by Mr. Della Bosca on behalf of the NSW Government.
I am very proud, that Seva Omeros, is our grand-daughter and congratulate her for her hard work and achievements.
In the photo above, she receives her award from Mr. Della Bosca and in the next photo, with her sister Popandi who last year was "DUX" at the ...

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submitted by James Victor Prineas on 30.05.2007

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submitted by Valerios Calocerinos on 30.05.2007

cool cat

This photo was taken july 06. This cat is a stray and he and his family slowly grew more comfortable around us. I couldnt refuse this shot. It was taken from our property just out of Chora.

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submitted by John Carras on 21.04.2007

Ayios Haralambos adorned with fresh flowers, Church, Brisbane 15th April

This greatest of Kytherian-Brisbane events which was held on Sunday the 15th April, 2007, from 11:30 - 5:00pm.

The venue was the Cyprus Club, also known as the
West End Club,
2 Vulture Street,
West End 4101
(07) 3844 7965
Fax(07) 3844 7757

westendc@bigpond.net.au

The event was held for 3 reasons:
1. to mark the official Queensland launch of www.kythera-family.net

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submitted by Terry Chlentzos on 25.04.2016

Vintage postcard from USA-- front

The National Citzens Bank Bldg in Mankato, Minnesota, USA.

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submitted by Terry Chlentzos on 25.04.2016

Vintage postcard from USA-- back

Postcard from 6 March, 1920 to Mr. Theo Khlentzos of Carthage, Missouri, USA. The card is from his koumbaro D. Gouletis, and says there is a lot of snow and that he has greetings from Mr. Batsanakis and his wife.

Theo Khlentzos was born in 1877 in Kythera, and died in 1923 in Missouri, where he worked as a candymaker. He is one of three sons of Michael Khlentzos and Zafiroula Vasenios. Theo and his two brothers all emigrated to the United States.

James Mitchell Khlentzos ...

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submitted by Peter Makarthis on 24.03.2007

Kytherian Arrivals 1931-32

Kytherian and Greek passengers during 1931-32 observed the final phase of the building of this iconic landmark as they disembarked at Circular Quay or Darling Harbour in Sydney NSW.
1931-32 listed arrivals and ships:-
1931
Mr G.C.Callakoudis (Oranto)27 Oct 1931
Mrs C Calocherinos (Oranto)31 Mar 1931
Mr J. Calocherinos (Oranto) 31 May 1931
Mr L. Conomos (Orama) 23 June 1931
Mr P. Critharis (Orama)23 June 1931
Mr C. Koutaris(Orsova)26 May 1931

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submitted by Odyssey Magazine on 20.05.2010

Benaki Museum. 2007.

Koumbari 1 at Vasilissis Sofias
Athens
106 74

The Benaki Legacy

Odyssey Magazine.

January/February 2006. pp. 48-50


Antonis Benakis bequeathed more than his impressive art collection to Greece: he established an institution that symbolizes the idealism, romance, and generosity of the diaspora Greeks.

By
Athena Vorillas

His pockets were rich: filled with treasures ...

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submitted by Odyssey Magazine on 20.05.2010

Expansion and growth of the Benaki Museum.

The Benaki Legacy

Odyssey Magazine.

January/February 2006. pp. 48-50


Antonis Benakis bequeathed more than his impressive art collection to Greece: he established an institution that symbolizes the idealism, romance, and generosity of the diaspora Greeks.

By
Athena Vorillas

His pockets were rich: filled with treasures like rocks, sponges, maybe a chewed piece of gum, and always that crystal ...

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submitted by John Stathatos on 17.10.2006

John Stathatos: Kythera Municipal Elections, 2006

Voting in Chora primary school for Kythera municipal elections, October 15th 2006. For details of the elections and voting results, please see the "Island News" section of this site.

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submitted by John Stathatos on 17.10.2006

John Stathatos: Kythera Municipal Elections, 2006

Voting in Chora primary school for Kythera municipal elections, October 15th 2006. For details of the elections and voting results, please see the "Island News" section of this site.