submitted by Stephen Trifyllis on 28.09.2004
greek aussies from all parts of australia and all parts of kythera at potamos on sunday.
time to do some shopping; have a frappe; and ofcourse catch up on all the goss.
submitted by Stephen Trifyllis on 26.09.2004
29th august ayios yannis church service triyllianika
submitted by Stephen Trifyllis on 17.02.2008
kalie zervos from sydney and family from potamos and mylopotamos at a recent yanni ploutraxous concert in athens.
submitted by Stephen Trifyllis on 20.09.2004
standing room only at potamos platia for the opening ceremony. two large screens provided the pictures with the large crowd of greeks; australians enjoying the night.
submitted by Spyro Calocerinos on 18.04.2007
King Paul, Queen Friderika and the late Dr. Stais, then proedros of Kythera and if my memory serves me right, father of the late Mrs.Livanos - shipping magnate - Any further information would be appreciated. Today 4th August 04,it has been confirmed that Mr.Stais was the father of Mrs Livanos.He was also born in Hora's Kastro in their private house,which as I remember it was painted"ocra" colour.This information was provided by Stelios Stais whose family background is connected to the late Mr. Stais.
submitted by James Gavriles on 12.07.2004
My Uncles Theodore and Peter standing in back row of some sort of social gathering or function. 1954
I am not completely sure that this is the hospital in Potamos, but I seem to remember him telling me this was either a hospital or old age home?? Someone may be able to give better details?
submitted by Spyro Calocerinos on 19.07.2004
Left to right: Zaglanikis, Takis Kavieris, Yiannis Kalinikos in Hora plateia as it was then 25th March 1948
submitted by Nena Parkes on 06.07.2004
A solitary tsolias leads the Hora junior school in parade on the national celebration of freedom.
Have you every seen sweeter patriots?!
The High school kids dancing their patriotic socks off on the national celebration of freedom.
Our wonderful band calling the tune at the national celebration of freedom 2004.
submitted by Nena Parkes on 05.07.2004
The junior school and Kindergarten of Hora flanked by the Lyceum at their patriotic best on the national celebration of Freedom in 2004.
submitted by George Vardas on 02.05.2004
The famous Kytherian band at the head of the procession on the Feast Day of Panagia Myrtidiotissa in September 2003
submitted by George Vardas on 01.05.2004
The mist-covered rock known as Hytra (across from Kapsali Bay) looms large as Anna almost nonchalantly paddles by.
submitted by George Vardas on 27.04.2004
At the opening of the Council offices in Hora, September 2003
Mass diving at the popular beach of Kaladi
submitted by John Stathatos on 03.04.2004
Primary school students visiting the exhibition of historical photographs from the Kythera Photographic Archive held in Kastrisianika as part of the 2003 Kythera Photographic Encounters. Digital photo by John Stathatos
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