submitted by James Victor Prineas on 03.05.2010
The back of an old postcard depicting Mitata. Source unknown. The front side of this postcard is also in the category on the site. Would anyone like to have a go at translating this?
submitted by Barbara Zantiotis on 04.05.2015
I'll have a go! It says -
Mitata Kythera. I'm sending you my town so you can see it but you can't see it all only the church and two cafes, the town square with the trees and on the left the town's school. Left of the school you can see a large gully where the water runs in the summer and at the house everything is waiting for us.
A souvenir from my village, George
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