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01.11.2009 - Eleutheria Jensen

Nickolaos E. Tzortzopoulos

This is to inform everyone who had the privilege to have known and loved my father, Nickoloas E. Tzortopoulos born Karavas 1939, that he has lost his battle of the past one and a half years, to pancreatic cancer. Nick has left behind his loving... more>>

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Anastassia, working hard at the Astikon,...

13.09.2008 - Dimitris Kontoleon

The most popular coffee shop on the island was established in 1908. At Astikon you will enjoy a cup of coffee, a soda, or a cocktail. You will taste a variety of appetisers, accompanied... more >>

Wedding 1926

22.05.2003 - James Prineas

Eleni Haniotis (Aglacitis) and Dimitri Prineas (Dimitrelou), both from Mitata, were married in Sydney in 1926. Backrow-from left: 1.could be one of Samios (Kouvardas) brothers. 2. Harry... more >>

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