submitted by James Victor Prineas on 17.08.2010
Dear Friends of Kythera,
Over the last few days fires have been burning in the east of Kythera. They started up on the mountain next to Agia Moni, and yesterday they reached the village of Mitata, coming very close to the houses. So far there seems to have been minimal damage to houses but the losses of olive groves, bee hives and vineyards are huge. The historic mountain of Paliokastro appears to have been burnt out completely. You can view dozens of photos by going to the first link below, and the movies of the fire are linked below them.
Photos by George Poulos and Aphrodite Feros:
Photos by Oliver Payton:
Photos by James Prineas:
Of the fires:
Of the aftermath:
Picture below by Stephen Trifyllis
Pictures below by James Prineas
submitted by Peter Coronis on 20.09.2010
1004:i was in viarathika at the time and watched them from mitata they were quite frightening but if your from australia these fires were tiny compared the 50ft fires burning there.
would love to join the kythira firefighters
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