submitted by Panagiota Morfi on 25.04.2016
Maria Tataraki and family on their way to Australia in 1968 aboard the ss.Australis, already feeling the heat of the new world and scaning the horizon.
Maria Tataraki, George Tataraki and Christine Kasimati-Loutzi along with fellow passengers on their voyage to Australia in the lounge of the ss.Australis.
submitted by Site Administrator on 25.04.2016
submitted by Alexandra Ermolaeff on 25.04.2016
Prof Manuel J Aroney AM OBE
Read about Prof Manuel J Aroney in the High Achievers section of this website.
Read the following extracts from Prof Manuel J Aroney's memoirs in the Oral History
section of this website:
First Trip to Kythera - 1966
(01) Dimitrios Aronis-Beys: Departure from the Motherland
(02) Dimitrios Aronis-Beys: The American Experience
(03) Dimitrios Aronis-Beys: Stamatina Aronis Papadominakos
(04) Dimitrios Aronis-Beys: Mackay - The Early Years
(05) Dimitrios Aronis-Beys: Andy & Evangelia
(06) Dimitrios Aronis-Beys: The Spectre of War
Read about Dr John Malos in the High Achievers section of this website.
submitted by Alexandra Ermolaeff on 04.12.2003
Sophie Poulos returning to Kythera by ferry from Athens.
Washing basins, Amir Ali, Karavas
submitted by Alexandra Ermolaeff on 02.12.2003
This is the plaque on the monument of the place of tears, joy and sorrow. This monument is found just outside Potamos on the road to Agia Pelagia. It was erected in 1908 to commemorate the place where family and friends farewelled those leaving to seek their fortunes abroad
submitted by John George PRINEAS on 24.10.2003
Kythera was known from ancient times for its tasy figs.
These were collected from the tree early in the morning,
at Mitata. Area Ambelaki. Please take One!!!!!!!
submitted by Petro Cassimaty on 25.04.2016
The record label from a recording of the song Tirigotopoula, written by Th. Potiri and sung by Rita Ampatzi. You can hear the recording by going to the song section and clicking on the song title. Or simply click here:
submitted by Alexandra Ermolaeff on 26.07.2003
Pilgrimage to Cythera
Oil on canvas
129 x 194 cm
© Charlottenburg Palace, Berlin
The Embarkation for Cythera
Oil on canvas
51 x 76 1/2 in. (129 x 194 cm)
Musee du Louvre, Paris
submitted by John Stathatos on 01.07.2003
From the first Photographic Encounters of Kythera: installation view of the exhibition "Historical Photographs from Kythera", held in the Patrikios School, Karavas, in October 2002. Photograph by John Stathatos.
submitted by Peter Tsicalas on 25.04.2016
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