submitted by Dean Coroneos on 24.07.2012
Due to generous contributions from the Australian-Kytherian diaspora - the bell-tower in Logothetianika has been restored.
It has not been operational for a number of decades.
Now, again, it chimes on the hour.
It can be heard from as far away as Potamos - and further afield on still day.
submitted by James Gavriles on 11.08.2003
A rear photo of the Gavrilys family home in Logothetianica, in 1954
submitted by James Gavriles on 09.08.2003
Family home in Logothetianica 1955. My cousin Theodore and his children who live in Athens still maintain the house and use it for weekend vacations.
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