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submitted by Basil Glytsos on 20.11.2005

The Philharmonic Band

The Kytherian Philharmonic Band parading during the celebration of the "OHI" day in Hora

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submitted by Stephen Trifyllis on 27.10.2005

ó cretekos kea e lyria''

one of the boys in the creten band that wowed them at karava this year.much of kythera has been influenced by crete from years gone by.

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submitted by Stephen Trifyllis on 27.10.2005

'' e crete ki''

fantastic creten band that played at this years karava dance.

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submitted by Stephen Trifyllis on 26.10.2005

sempraveida agia pelagia.

everyone knows george (far left) from agia pelagia for a coffee or the best ice cream on the island visit george ''mayazi'' also love his english.

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submitted by Stephen Trifyllis on 26.10.2005

karava.

one of the best dances of the summer is at karavas.this year we danced into the early morning.

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submitted by Stephen Trifyllis on 20.10.2005

summer dances.

during the summer plenty of dances to go to this one was at mylopotamos.

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submitted by Stephen Trifyllis on 13.10.2005

summer get together.

typical summer lunch with friends and family this lunch is at avlemonas sotiris restaurant with a great view.

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submitted by Stephen Trifyllis on 12.10.2005

skandia.

one of the great restraunts skandia at paliopoli under the trees with good friends, good food great for lunch or dinner.

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submitted by Stephen Trifyllis on 28.09.2005

mylopotamos

dancing at mylopotamos school first dance held in mylopotamos for nearly 20 years.

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submitted by Stephen Trifyllis on 26.09.2005

a summers nite dinner.

a bunch of greek\aussies enjoying dinner during the summer at mylopotamos.

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submitted by Stephen Trifyllis on 21.09.2005

potamos on sunday.

just chatting away and watching the world go by.

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submitted by Stephen Trifyllis on 21.09.2005

sunday kafthaki.

once shopping is finished at potamos on sunday settle into your favourite kaffeno for coffee and chat!

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submitted by John Stathatos on 28.08.2005

Enthronement of the new Bishop of Kythera, 30.7.05

John Stathatos: Enthronement of the new Bishop of Kythera, Chora, 30.7.2005. Digital photograph.
On July 30th, the new Bishop of Kythera, Serafim Stergioulis, was enthroned in the Church of the Saviour in Chora in the presence of the Archbishop of Athens, numerous priests, local dignitaries and many of the new bishop’s flock from the islands of Hydra and Spetses, where he had previously served as preacher with the rank of Archimandrite. The participation of the majority of secular Kytherians was noticeably muted, possibly because of lingering resentment at the cavalier way in which the previous and relatively popular incumbent, Bishop Kyrillos, was translated at short notice to the see of Karditsa.

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submitted by John Stathatos on 28.08.2005

Enthronement of the new Bishop of Kythera, 30.7.05

John Stathatos: Enthronement of the new Bishop of Kythera, Chora, 30.7.2005. Digital photograph.
On July 30th, the new Bishop of Kythera, Serafim Stergioulis, was enthroned in the Church of the Saviour in Chora in the presence of the Archbishop of Athens, numerous priests, local dignitaries and many of the new bishop’s flock from the islands of Hydra and Spetses, where he had previously served as preacher with the rank of Archimandrite. The participation of the majority of secular Kytherians was noticeably muted, possibly because of lingering resentment at the cavalier way in which the previous and relatively popular incumbent, Bishop Kyrillos, was translated at short notice to the see of Karditsa.

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submitted by John Stathatos on 28.08.2005

Enthronement of the new Bishop of Kythera, 30.7.05

John Stathatos: Enthronement of the new Bishop of Kythera, Chora, 30.7.2005. Digital photograph.
On July 30th, the new Bishop of Kythera, Serafim Stergioulis, was enthroned in the Church of the Saviour in Chora in the presence of the Archbishop of Athens, numerous priests, local dignitaries and many of the new bishop’s flock from the islands of Hydra and Spetses, where he had previously served as preacher with the rank of Archimandrite. The participation of the majority of secular Kytherians was noticeably muted, possibly because of lingering resentment at the cavalier way in which the previous and relatively popular incumbent, Bishop Kyrillos, was translated at short notice to the see of Karditsa.

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submitted by John Stathatos on 28.08.2005

Enthronement of the new Bishop of Kythera, 30.7.05

John Stathatos: Enthronement of the new Bishop of Kythera, Chora, 30.7.2005. Digital photograph.
On July 30th, the new Bishop of Kythera, Serafim Stergioulis, was enthroned in the Church of the Saviour in Chora in the presence of the Archbishop of Athens, numerous priests, local dignitaries and many of the new bishop’s flock from the islands of Hydra and Spetses, where he had previously served as preacher with the rank of Archimandrite. The participation of the majority of secular Kytherians was noticeably muted, possibly because of lingering resentment at the cavalier way in which the previous and relatively popular incumbent, Bishop Kyrillos, was translated at short notice to the see of Karditsa.

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submitted by John Stathatos on 15.10.2005

The Potamos Philarmonic Society at the enthronement of the new Bishop of Kythera, 30.7.05

John Stathatos: The Potamos Philarmonic Society and Marching Band attend the enthronement of the new Bishop of Kythera, Chora, 30.7.2005. Digital photograph.
On July 30th, the new Bishop of Kythera, Serafim Stergioulis, was enthroned in the Church of the Saviour in Chora in the presence of the Archbishop of Athens, numerous priests, local dignitaries and many of the new bishop’s flock from the islands of Hydra and Spetses, where he had previously served as preacher with the rank of Archimandrite. The participation of the majority of secular Kytherians was noticeably muted, possibly because of lingering resentment at the cavalier way in which the previous and relatively popular incumbent, Bishop Kyrillos, was translated at short notice to the see of Karditsa.

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submitted by John Stathatos on 28.08.2005

Enthronement of the new Bishop of Kythera, 30.7.05

John Stathatos: Enthronement of the new Bishop of Kythera, Chora, 30.7.2005. Digital photograph.
On July 30th, the new Bishop of Kythera, Serafim Stergioulis, was enthroned in the Church of the Saviour in Chora in the presence of the Archbishop of Athens, numerous priests, local dignitaries and many of the new bishop’s flock from the islands of Hydra and Spetses, where he had previously served as preacher with the rank of Archimandrite. The participation of the majority of secular Kytherians was noticeably muted, possibly because of lingering resentment at the cavalier way in which the previous and relatively popular incumbent, Bishop Kyrillos, was translated at short notice to the see of Karditsa.

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submitted by John Stathatos on 28.08.2005

Enthronement of the new Bishop of Kythera, 30.7.05

John Stathatos: Enthronement of the new Bishop of Kythera, Chora, 30.7.2005. Digital photograph.
On July 30th, the new Bishop of Kythera, Serafim Stergioulis, was enthroned in the Church of the Saviour in Chora in the presence of the Archbishop of Athens, numerous priests, local dignitaries and many of the new bishop’s flock from the islands of Hydra and Spetses, where he had previously served as preacher with the rank of Archimandrite. The participation of the majority of secular Kytherians was noticeably muted, possibly because of lingering resentment at the cavalier way in which the previous and relatively popular incumbent, Bishop Kyrillos, was translated at short notice to the see of Karditsa.

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submitted by George Poulos on 25.08.2005

Prelude to Social Life. Blankets, dounas, and mattresses airing.

For those of us who can stay at a patriko spitti when we venture to Kythera, one of the most onerous tasks we have to perform is scrubbing, cleaning and airing the house.

This is the view across the bodjio in the Tzortzopoulos Hlihlis patriko spitti in Karavas. It is located at the bottom of the steps leading up to the Church of Ayios Haralambos. Mavrogiorianika is in the background.

In fact the background scene is reminiscient of the front and back cover of Tess Mallos's, Greek Cookbook. See
http://www.kythera-family.net/index.php?nav=104-116&did=6098-1&searchResult=searchResult

It takes about 6 days to make the Hlihlis patriko livable.

What are your experiences when you first enter your patriko spitti on Kythera?