submitted by Spyro Calocerinos on 01.09.2004
Bishop Gavriil(Emmanuel)Kalokairinos was Bishop of Santorini for 23 years.Was born in Alexandrades son to Andreas and Diamanda, brother to Mina and Theodore.All deceased.
submitted by Spyro Calocerinos on 12.08.2004
The Australian Ambassador in Greece visited Kythera on the 27th of July 1989. Mr.Kevin Ian Gates and his wife, were welcomed by the then Eparhos at the airport then the Kytherian Australians on the Island held a dinner with the Ambassador and his wife at Toxotis in Livadi. In the photo above Mr.Kevin Ian Gates with Spyro and Sadie Calocerinos while visiting the Kastro in Hora.
submitted by Ellena Galtos on 04.08.2004
submitted by Helen Trifyllis on 02.08.2004
submitted by Peter Makarthis on 24.07.2004
A number of Greek males who have Byron/Vyronas included in their name as a mark of respect for Lord Byron's support of the War of Independence.He died 19 April 1824 at Mesologi
Postage stamps featuring(left to right)
King Otho, Queen Amalia, George 1 and Queen Olga
submitted by Spyro Calocerinos on 19.07.2004
Issued in Kythera on the 18th of October 1945. She was killed in a horrific car accident in Hora in 1962. Maria Kalokairinou,was born in Kythera.Her parents Christos and Kaliopi Nikolopoulou, were from Gytheon.
submitted by Spyro Calocerinos on 24.09.2004
My father Valerios was born in Alexandrades 1893, died 1969. He was a shopkeeper in Hora. The shop is still owned by a Valerios Calocerinos(Kalolairinos)-my nephew- well known for his photography
Above photo taken 1922
submitted by George Fatseas on 28.06.2004
photo taken back in 2001
submitted by George Poulos on 23.06.2004
Small Head Portrait on Obverse of Late George V Sovereigns.
Reverse 1911 George V sovereign.
submitted by George Poulos on 18.06.2004
Hobart's early Greeks: Casimaty family and friends, Hobart, Tasmania, c. 1931.
Kythera - Mediterranean Picnic Ring. Brumby's breadshops.
submitted by Peter Tsicalas on 18.06.2004
Brinos thinks this photo was taken at a major function/ceremony in Lismore during or shortly after WW2.
Portion of the Grafton contingent numbered as follows:
1. Anthony Lambrinos Notaras
2. Nick Langley (Anastasopoulos)
3. Peter Arthur Bernard (Venardos)
4. John Lambrinos Notaras
5. Theo Lambrinos Notaras
6. Jack Paul Moulos
Can anyone confirm the occasion and/or the other participants?
Antikythera Diagram in perspective - gearing mechanism
Gus Portakalos - My Big Fat Greek Wedding
Bronte Beach - Map
submitted by George Poulos on 14.06.2004
Kythera Island Project logo.
submitted by James Victor Prineas on 14.06.2004
Peter Conistis's much talked about moussaka.
submitted by Peter Makarthis on 14.06.2004
Instruction for use see Culture>Home Remedies>Veduzzes - these are the genuine article and not to be confused with the drinking variety noted in the Remedies.
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