submitted by George Poulos on 30.10.2004
A long distance view across Karavas, from a vintage postcard.
My guess is that the photo was taken in the 1950's.
Can anyone date it more accurately?
Ayia Pelagia wharf.
I assume the photograph was taken in the 1950's. (It is on an old postcard.)
Can anyone date the photograph more accurately?
submitted by Spyro Calocerinos on 07.10.2004
Hora and Kapsali in Black and white 1946
submitted by Spyro Calocerinos on 22.09.2004
This photo was possibly taken before 1950
submitted by Peter Makarthis on 06.09.2004
Concrete slabs along the beach during the construction of the mole.
Year unknown - perhaps to mark the building of the mole.
submitted by Spyro Calocerinos on 06.09.2004
See entry "Culture" section Stories
Kythera during German occupation
submitted by Spyro Calocerinos on 29.07.2004
Kythera was the first Greek land to be liberated after World War II. This is the first landing of British and Greek ships and army in Kapsali September 1944. This photo was taken by Sophios from Potamos.
People from the whole island visited Kapsali to welcome them.
submitted by James Gavriles on 12.07.2004
a shot taken by mu Uncle Theodore of Logothetianica in 1954
submitted by George Vardas on 03.06.2004
A view of the famous English bridge during a wintry deluge in January 1974.
The fertile terraces of Karavas in the winter of 1974
A view of Katouni and the bridge in the winter of 1974
The oft-taken photo through the hole in the wall of the kastro. This was taken in January 1974.
submitted by Stephen Trifyllis on 06.01.2005
Can be a bit tricky when two cars are trying to get through.
submitted by Stephen Trifyllis on 28.04.2004
The fortress of Kato Hora can be found outside Mylopotamos. go watch a sunset from there - it will take your breath away!
submitted by Alexandra Ermolaeff on 11.01.2004
Prof Manuel J Aroney's paternal family home in Aroniadika.
Family name: Aroney
Village of origin: Aroniadika
Photo taken: Aroniadika, 1966
submitted by Alexandra Ermolaeff on 02.12.2003
The place of tears, joy and sorrow. This monument was erected in 1908 to commemorate the place where family and friends farewelled those leaving to seek their fortunes abroad
submitted by James Gavriles on 01.10.2003
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