Our Kythera-Family.net is a cultural archive system which invites all people associated with the Greek island of Kythera to enjoy the material which other members of the community have shared. It is a free service supported by the Kytherian Association of Australia with an aim to help promote the connection of Kythera with members of it's Diaspora all over the world. So far more than twenty thousand items - family trees, photographs, life stories etc. - have been submitted. It's free and easy to create an account to add your family history. And the site can of course be browsed by anyone without registering.
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Emanuel Casimatis, in Australian army un..
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the church of agios nickolas north of the island past karava ,has a lovely beach and the lighthouse looks on...
the once fishing village of limnona down a long and winding road past mylopotamos , finds this lovely little bay...
lovely peaceful beach near the village of karava north of the island ..
chora and kapasli ..
agia pelagia with the church and the mollo [ jetty ] where all our family members left kythera for a...
About 5 minutes into the program Ada Margariti, who is an Attorney at Law, speaks about how she came to...
Interviewed during his visit to Australia, 2013.
Chrissa Fatseas photography in potamos next to the pharmacy , for all your photographic needs while on the island .....
Sunday Telegraph (circulation 490,000)
FEBRUARY 22, 2015.
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Photograph: Aerial view of the...
21.01.2019 (Message Board)
Thanks Tina. What/where is Hora office.
18.01.2019 (Message Board)
I notice quit a few people posting messages on how go about locating ancestors from Kythera.
14.01.2019 (Message Board)
my daughter is waiting patiently (about 18 months now) for her Greek citizenship. Considering mine took...
13.01.2019 (Message Board)
There are few Pagonis from Kythera found on Ancestry.com. You can do a search there.