submitted by Stephen Trifyllis on 03.09.2008
regulars at potamo can always can be seen at the kaffeneons in the platia
not a happy summers day for this avlemona boy, he came good later and didnt take him long to get back in the swing of things of swimming and jumping off the rocks at the bay.
submitted by Stephen Trifyllis on 02.09.2008
after the service at ayia ellessa,on the 1st august coffee and sweets for everyone in the pappas headquarters...''xprona pola everyone!
submitted by Stephen Trifyllis on 02.06.2012
a walk to collect the bread for this lady at aroniathika, which keeps her fit and healthy
swimming classes at avlemona, is there a future gold medal for greece from one of these kids... lets hope so.
submitted by Institute Of Kytheraismos on 05.08.2008
Second Kytheraismos Institute Conference, Canberra, ACT, Australia. September 15-17, 2006.
submitted by Yiannis Diacopoulos on 14.05.2008
Vlahos and Hlentzos
Yiannis Diacopoulos and Dimitris Hlentzos
O vlahos meta apo to kynigi
submitted by Joanne Diacopoulos on 12.05.2008
Yiannis Diacopoulos aka VLAHAKI
submitted by James Victor Prineas on 20.03.2008
1960 Bishop Meletios, Mrs. & Mr. Koksma
Read the article which accompanies this picture here:
submitted by Stephen Trifyllis on 03.03.2008
locals from trifyllianika after church service at agios yannis, on the 29th august
submitted by Stephen Trifyllis on 25.02.2008
Possibly the only Greek Australian/Afro Americian family, here Kay Levonis/Dickerson, family from Potamos and now living in Toowoomba, Queensland, Australia. Photographed here with her 3 children at a recent Kytherian function in Brisbane. Kay's last visit to Kythera was 1990.
submitted by Peter Poulos on 19.01.2008
Kyranni,Sophia & Ephrosini Tzortzopoulos
Left to Right
Mary ,Ephrosini & Kiranni Tzortzopoulos
Panagiotis Tzortzopoulos (left) Haralambos Levantis (right)
Ephrosini Tzortzopoulos (centre)
Enjoying Ouzo & Octopus (cooking in the background)
Panagiotis,Sophia,Kyranni & Ephrosini Tzortzopoulos in the Goumenio @ Panagia Myrtithiotissa after church.
submitted by Stephen Trifyllis on 03.01.2008
another form of transport on the island, which can be used on the land and on the road.
submitted by Stephen Trifyllis on 02.01.2008
from time to time donkeys are still used on the island as means of transport and to carry items on,this man has just left potamos sunday markets with his supplies.
submitted by Stephen Trifyllis on 17.02.2014
kristina williamson displaying her photos at potamos,the photos from the one year in kythera collection.
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