The Great Walls of Kythera Book Project:
Kythera has some extraordinary walls, and good pictures of them would make a fascinating book. If you have some wonderful Kytherian wall pictures then submit them to this category. In 2011 we'll select the best of them to go into a book. Anyone whose picture appears in the book will get 3 free copies and of course be named as the author.
submitted by Marina Fitzpatrick on 13.02.2010
Unoccupied since 1940's
submitted by Stephen Trifyllis on 03.02.2010
the castle at kato hora near mylopotamos . where you will find plenty of rock walls.....
submitted by Mieke Coumans on 02.02.2010
maybe it was at Perligianika or Dourianika ???
looking down on Hora
ruins on the way to gorge Limni
Ruine walking to the gorge Limni
Wall at the ruine of Paleochora
submitted by Stephen Trifyllis on 22.01.2010
the most famous rock wall of them all! ,the mollo at agia pelagia, and in the foreground the church of agia pelagia,keeps a eye on departures and arrivals to the island...
submitted by Stephen Trifyllis on 21.01.2010
the vreese's [water springs] of the island have impressive walls like the wall of the keramoto vresse, at the village of karavas, go a have a drink of water there in the summer , its beautiful....
the rock walls of kythera which are all over the island are boundary fences ,in years gone by the families who owned these ''horerafa''fenced their boundries by what was abundant and free, ROCKS! ,you can see the rock walls in the most remote parts of the island...... like this one here, at agios cosmas church just outside the fortress of palochora.....
submitted by George Vardas on 21.01.2010
One aspect of a crumbling windmill in the hills above Livadi
Part of the impressive fortifications of the Kastro at Hora
Approaching the imposing Venetian fortifications overlooking Kapsali
Part of a wall as seen from the English-built school at Kato Hora
The path to the watermills of Mylopotamos is marked by walls in various stages of decay
submitted by Spiro Zantiotis on 20.01.2010
Dramatic contrast between the natural cliffside and the majestic hand built fortified walls of Hora.
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