submitted by George Vardas on 11.05.2004
On the way to Kalamos I came across a small church with a simple but dramatic iconostasion. I understand that it is the Church of Sotiras: see a similar photo on the website of Petros Kominos at www.kominos.com.
submitted by George Vardas on 26.04.2004
Agios Georgios is the highest point on the island and its church bells stand sentinel over a panoramic view over Avlemonas
The fortified church of Agios Theologos
The iconostasion at the entrance to the cave of Agia Sofia in Mylopotamos
submitted by George Vardas on 24.04.2004
A headstone and cross appear over the entrance to the Monastery of Agioi Anargyroi at Drymonas
submitted by George Vardas on 22.04.2004
This quaint church, Agios Minas, is on the road to the beautiful beach of Kaladi
submitted by George Vardas on 20.04.2004
An image from the procession on the Feast Day of Panagia Myrtidiotissa
submitted by George Vardas on 19.04.2004
Church bells in the platea at Mylopotamos
The shadow of the belltower over the deconsecrated church of Aghios Constantinos in Livadi at sunrise.
submitted by George Poulos on 12.04.2004
Skulls of the Martyrs at Mylopotamos
Ayios Haralambos Karavas from a period about the 1950's.
Scaffolding around one of the houses beneath Ayios Haralambos might help us to date the vintage of this photograph.
Looking up from the valley to what most Karavites regard as the key "icon of the built environment" in Karavas, the magnificent Church of Ayios Haralambos.
This picture was taken in the 1970's, when most of the "sculess" - terraces of Karavas were still intact,
A great deal of time and effort was taken by Karavites to build these "sculless". Without them, the soil would have eroded away - and nothing would have grown there - including the olive trees.
submitted by Site Administrator on 10.04.2004
Taken at the monastery of Agios Theothoros near Aroniathika by Damianos Andronikos in 2003
submitted by Stephen Trifyllis on 13.04.2004
Agios Petros. A very old Byzantine church just before you reach Mylopotamos
submitted by Stephen Trifyllis on 27.03.2004
Agia Varvara at Paliohora
submitted by Stephen Trifyllis on 26.03.2004
BACK VIEW OF AGIOS THEODOROUS
submitted by Stephen Trifyllis on 30.03.2004
ONE OF THE ESSENCE OF KYTHERA. THE CHURCH OF AGIOS THEODOROU CAN BE FOUND JUST OUTSIDE POTAMOS AND CELEBRATES ON THE 12th OF MAY.
ST. GEORGE WITH AVLEMONAS VILLAGE IN BACKGROUND.
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