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submitted by Barbara Zantiotis on 16.05.2015

Nick Venardos & Stephen Zantiotis - 04/10/1994

Nick and Stephen (my father) enjoying a coffee at Nick's house in Karava.
Nick's mother Kyrani and my dad's father Peter were brother and sister.

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submitted by Barbara Zantiotis on 13.05.2015

Eleni Castrisios & Kyrani 1994

This photo was taken at Kastrisianika in the family home of the Castrisios family.
Eleni is the sister of Efrosini (Froso) Anastasopoulos (Frilingos) who was the stepmother of my mother Anna (Kyrani).
The baby is my gorgeous daughter.

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submitted by Barbara Zantiotis on 14.05.2015

Vaso Hlentzos & Anna Zantiotis 1994

Vaso (Comino) is from Dourianika and my mother Anna (Kyrani Anastasopoulos) is from Perlegianika.
These two ladies have been friends since they were little girls.

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submitted by Barbara Zantiotis on 18.05.2015

Nick Venardos, Barbara, Peter Souris - 4/10/1994

The man on the left is Nick Venardos. His mother Kyrani and my paternal grandfather, Peter were brother and sister.
The man on the right is Peter Souris, Nick's brother-in-law. Peter's wife Katina is Kyrani's daughter.
Peter Souris was a Pentanouso Souris from the village of Petrouni, Karavas.
This photo was taken at Pitsoudia.

22866:Photos > Modern Portraits

submitted by Stephen Trifyllis on 25.04.2015

we shall not forget them

Michael samios vice president of the kytherian association of Queensland [left] and peter coroneo president.. at the Anzac service St. George church ..Brisbane

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submitted by Stephen Trifyllis on 25.04.2015

lest we forget !

peter coroneo the president of the kytherian association of Queensland laying a wreath at the Anzac service at St. George church Brisbane

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submitted by Stephen Trifyllis on 29.03.2015

Brisbane 25th march celebrations

vice president of the Queensland kytherian association mr. Michael samios paying respect at the Greek independence day celebrations at St. George church Brisbane .... zito e ellada !!

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submitted by Stephen Trifyllis on 05.02.2015

the ones that didnt get away !!

dioynis condolion from agia pelagia brings his fresh catch up to potamos to sell at the markets

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submitted by Stephen Trifyllis on 31.01.2015

new kytherian Association of Queensland committee

recently elected kytherian association of Queensland .. held their first meeting this week .... this committee will plan a large variety of social events for Brisbane and surrounding areas.. to benefit kytherians in Queensland and assist with any kytherian issues on the island ... the committee is
back row left to right .... harry poulos...secretary....yanni Petropoulos.....james comino...james poteri....john z black..treasurer......Michael samios...vice president...
bottom row left ...

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submitted by Stephen Trifyllis on 13.01.2015

the office ...

this young man attends the goats at agia moni

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submitted by Stephen Trifyllis on 11.01.2015

the potamo roosters !!

one of the small butcher shops at potamo displaying some of the specials of the day

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submitted by Stephen Trifyllis on 11.01.2015

'' ta calendar ''

group of local potamo kids going around the different shops in potamo singing Christmas carol's on Christmas eve , you could hear them from the bakery to the bank , this is a long time Greek tradition and it was wonderful to see that on Christmas and new years eve

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submitted by Stephen Trifyllis on 11.01.2015

chat time !!

potamo locals stop for a chat after shopping at the potamo markets

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submitted by Stephen Trifyllis on 11.01.2015

sunday markets specials

manoli from mitita braves the cold December chilly Sunday markets but his locally produced mandarins were a treat ...

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submitted by Stephen Trifyllis on 10.01.2015

kythera landmark up for sale !!

well , im sure everyone that has been to the island has either stopped and bought something from the periptero or walked past this famous landmark of the island ... and now its up for sale , the past owner janni is selling the only periptero on the island to do other things, maybe sitting in that confined space finally got to him and its time to get out !!!!

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submitted by Stephen Trifyllis on 10.01.2015

'' oh come all ye faithful ''

after the playing delightful Christmas carols at the potamo platia , the band then went to the nursing home and played to the residents ... it was so emotional to see the faces of the people of the nursing home how mujch they enjoyed the music ...

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submitted by Stephen Trifyllis on 10.01.2015

the show must go on !!!

on a fresh Sunday December morning the week of Christmas in the platia in potamos the kytherian philharmonic band minus the late stratis theodorakakis play Christmas tunes to the local shoppers , one could feel strato being there in spirit over looking his beloved band ...

22702:Photos > Modern Portraits

submitted by Stephen Trifyllis on 10.01.2015

'' you got to know when to foldem ''

on cold winters nights all the action is in all the kytherian cafenea , this nightly card game is in karinos cafeneo potamo , the only way to keep warm on cold December nights inside a warm cafeneo !!!

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submitted by Stephen Trifyllis on 10.01.2015

'' a feast for a king "

getting ready for the Christmas lunch these two trifyllanika residents prepare these large two turkeys .. wonder if there were any left overs !!!

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submitted by Archaeology On Kythera on 25.09.2014

Brendan P. Foley, Research Specialist, Applied Ocean Physics & Engineering

By Margarita Pournara

Ekathimerini 10.7.2014


Around two-and-a-half years ago the National Archaeological Museum inaugurated “The Shipwreck of Antikythera: The Ship – the Treasures – the Mechanism.” The exhibition on the wreck that went down in the second quarter of the 1st century BC – taking with it artworks, coins and other artifacts, along with the world’s oldest known analog computer, the “Antikythera mechanism” – was so successful that ...