submitted by George Vardas on 21.04.2004
A white chapel at the base of the Kastro in Hora
submitted by George Vardas on 26.04.2004
Beneath the town square of Mylopotamos is a quaint stream surrounded by foliage and greenery
submitted by George Vardas on 22.04.2004
The site of the annual wine festival in the verdant heart of the island
submitted by George Vardas on 24.04.2004
The multi-coloured carpet on the bow of this boat at Diakofti provides a striking contrast to the crystal clear water of Diakofti
This dramatic seaside chapel is located on the rocks overlooking Firi Ammos on the north-eastern side of the island.
submitted by George Vardas on 20.04.2004
A dramatic seascape on the eastern side of the island at the pebble beach known as Kompanada (with the township of Avlemonas visible in the distance)
submitted by George Vardas on 27.04.2004
The quaint whitewashed shops of Hora
The British built more than 20 bridges on Kythera during their occupation. This two arch masonry bridge, within view of the Kastro at Hora, links Hora with Kapsali Bay
The masonry arches of the impressive bridge at Katouni
In 1826 the British built a 13 arch stone bridge linking Livadi with the small hamlet of Katouni. It is simply a magnificent bridge set against a traditional Greek landscape.
Classical home architecture is seen in many parts of the island - although regrettably many houses are closed and in disrepair
submitted by George Vardas on 19.04.2004
Looking through the window of an abandoned building adjacent to the Byzantine church of Agios Dimitrios at Agios Ilias
An opening in the Kastro (or Castelli) at Avlemonas filled with stone
On the road from Aroniadika - almost a scene from a Jeffrey Smart painting
On the road to Karvounades I came across this windswept tree flanking a crumbling tower on a desolate field
submitted by George Vardas on 14.05.2004
British and Venetian cannon - long since silent - lie together in the grounds of the Kastro at Hora
The pot plant on the whitewashed plinth announces the narrow roadway leading through Hora
submitted by George Poulos on 19.04.2004
Probably a skyscape - rather than a land-scape.
This photgraph is one taken of Kythera from a satellite.
The photograph has been in my possession for some time.
I cannot recall the origin of the photograph.
submitted by Site Administrator on 10.04.2004
Kapsali Bay taken in 2003 by Damianos Andronikos
submitted by Stephen Trifyllis on 26.03.2004
always agreat swim at melidoni.this beach is ideal when a northely is howling.!!
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