submitted by Stephen Trifyllis on 15.10.2015
very clever name of a house in the village of mitata , either the owner of the house lives in Parramatta or is a Parramatta rugby league fan ...
submitted by George Sophios on 07.11.2013
When you turn right towards Ayios Ilias, 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.
MAP Location of Municipal Library of Kythera ...
submitted by Kytherian Cultural Exchange on 29.07.2012
The island needs to upgrade a number of signposts to this level of quality.
The most impressive watermill is the one that had been restored by the USA resident from Tampa, Florida - the watermill of Phillipas.
His attention to restorative detail and extraordinary hospitality is amazing.
submitted by Barbara Zantiotis on 09.04.2012
submitted by Barbara Zantiotis on 06.01.2012
Sign to the stunning Kaladi beach.
Sign on the church of Agia Anastasia.
submitted by Barbara Zantiotis on 12.10.2011
Nice new sign.
submitted by Barbara Zantiotis on 07.10.2011
The sign to one of my favourite beaches.
Finally! A new sign!
submitted by Barbara Zantiotis on 03.01.2011
Sign in one of the buildings as you enter the fortress.
submitted by James Victor Prineas on 19.12.2010
Kyria Janoula's sign in Platia Ammos
submitted by Barbara Zantiotis on 19.03.2011
I think the sign is a little small!
submitted by Barbara Zantiotis on 01.12.2010
SIgns entering Aroniadika.
The sign out of Karavas.
submitted by Jim Cassimatis on 28.11.2010
The growth around this sign needs to be cut back. The English has almost completely faded.
Tsikalaria - The road into this small village, approaching from the south, with the sign on the right.
Tsikalaria - small village
submitted by Gaye Hegeman on 14.07.2010
Place of Tears
A roadside memorial
along the Agia Pelagia road,
became our destination one sunny
but windy April afternoon.
Known as the “place of tears,”
this 1908 memorial
marks the point of departure
where families from a bygone era
farewelled loved ones,
about to leave the Island.
On the cold, unadorned
concrete seats that mark the site,
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I believe we are distant relatives ... Gavrelis is our americanized Greek family name from Kythera.
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My Papou is Evriades Gavrelis from Logothetianika who came to America before WWI. Evriades and his cousin...
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My maternal grandparents were Greek . I believe they were born in Smyrna & emigrated to Egypt....