submitted by Stephen Trifyllis on 24.09.2015
the mitatia platia when the dance is on .. a far different story
submitted by Stephen Trifyllis on 23.09.2015
had to imagine this is the venue for the annual mitata wine festival dance in august ..thousands of feet have danced on this platia in years gone by and some huge hang overs the next day !!!
the platia at mitata where the mitata dance is held in august
submitted by Stephen Trifyllis on 05.09.2010
More courageous people of kythera assisting in trying to stop the fire spreading to homes of the village ....
locals of mitata bravely fighting the fires to save the village...well done to all...bravo sas....
great skills of these pilots of the water planes as they fly in low to pour sea water over a little church in the mitata area....
submitted by Stephen Trifyllis on 02.09.2010
this house survived the onslaught of the fires , this was near the village of viaradika, but constant fire fighting and water bombings prevented any major damage.....
fighting the recent fires in kythera, these locals from Mitata use what ever they can to stop the fires reaching the village... it was three days of heartache for the whole island....
submitted by James Victor Prineas on 26.08.2010
The cloud of smoke completely shrouds the village of Viarathika, beind Mitata.
submitted by James Victor Prineas on 18.08.2010
Fires approach the village.
The burnt out landscape.
The burnt out landscape in the valley north of Mitata
submitted by George Vardas on 03.09.2008
I discovered this British-built single arch masonry bridge on the road from Friligianika to Mitata.
submitted by James Victor Prineas on 12.08.2008
Windmill Hotel Mitata
submitted by Stella Yang on 31.07.2007
At the "balcony" of Mitata
submitted by George Vardas on 30.05.2007
This collage of photos of pre-earthquake and post-earthquake Mitata appears in the 2007 Kytherian Ball Program in an article titled "Mitata: Imagining the Balcony of Kythera" and is a homage to this beautiful part of the island which felt the brunt of the 2006 earthquake. The photos were taken by a number of Kytherian photographers and the collage was created by Anna Czuprynski.
submitted by Stephen Trifyllis on 18.09.2006
the village of mitata taken from the fire lookout hill at arionanika.
submitted by Maria Loupis on 06.07.2006
looking towards my parents house in mitata
apricot tree outside my parents house
submitted by Maria Loupis on 05.07.2006
the tree at platia which is now hanging by a thread due to quake damage.We took a final photo under this tree 41 years ago before we left to come to australia.
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