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submitted by Japio Ruijg on 10.05.2008

painting the street

painting the street in mitata

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submitted by Daniel Tripp on 07.02.2008

My mum - doing the washing

Picture of my mum doing the washing by hand - she'd just drawn up some water from the well located handily on the balcony. Looking over the rooftops of Katsoulanika.

We lived (as invited guests) in the mostly "abandoned" Siousis home everyone called Aunt Francina's. No electricity, no running water, and it was a 4km round trip to replace the portagas gas bottle on foot.

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submitted by Stephen Trifyllis on 03.01.2008

'' head em up ,move em out''

just another day on the island,goats looking to graze,with a old bus in the background

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submitted by Kytherian Cinema Review on 22.12.2007

Ο Γιάννης Σμαραγδής παρέα με τον βραβευμένο για τη φωτογραφία του στον El Greco, Αρη Σταύρου

John Smaraithis with award winning cinematographer, for the movie El Greco, Ari Stavrou.

The 48th Thessaloniki International Film Festival (48o ΦΕΣΙΒAΛ KΙΝΗΜAT ΟΓΡAΦΟΥ ΘΕΣΣAΛΟΝΙKΗΣ), was held on the 27th November, 2007. The Thessaloniki International Film Festival is a member of the INTERNATIONAL FEDERATION OF FILM PRODUCERS ASSOCIATIONS. The Festival was staged with the support of the MEDIA Programme of the European Union.

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submitted by Kytherian Cultural Exchange on 25.11.2010

Aphrodite and the Mixed Grill. Greek Cafes in Twentieth-Century Australia.

Author: Toni Risson

When Published: 2007

Publisher: Toni Risson

ISBN: 978-0-646-47456-4

Description: Large A4 book. 240 pages.

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Phone: (07) 3281 1525 or

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submitted by Stephen Trifyllis on 16.09.2007

the new market sellers.

this boy helps his ''yiayia out in the platia on sunday at the markets

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submitted by Stephen Trifyllis on 12.09.2007

''office with a view''

just another day for these kapsali fisherman, not a bad view form his office.

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submitted by Stephen Trifyllis on 04.09.2007

'' the village butcher''

one of the oldest butcher shops on the island, serving people in the potamo area for several years.

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submitted by George Poulos on 24.08.2007

Cement Truck.

The most common sight on the island of Kythera.

Is there nothing that on the island that can resist "cementing"?

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submitted by Odyssey Magazine on 26.02.2007

Inside the Benaki Museum.

The Benaki Legacy

Odyssey Magazine.

January/February 2006. pp. 48-50


Antonis Benakis bequeathed more than his impressive art collection to Greece: he established an institution that symbolizes the idealism, romance, and generosity of the diaspora Greeks.

By
Athena Vorillas

His pockets were rich: filled with treasures like rocks, sponges, maybe a chewed piece of gum, and always that crystal ...

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submitted by Odyssey Magazine on 26.02.2007

2nd century BC, gold wreath. Benaki Museum.

The Benaki Legacy

Odyssey Magazine.

January/February 2006. pp. 48-50


Antonis Benakis bequeathed more than his impressive art collection to Greece: he established an institution that symbolizes the idealism, romance, and generosity of the diaspora Greeks.

By
Athena Vorillas

His pockets were rich: filled with treasures like rocks, sponges, maybe a chewed piece of gum, and always that crystal ...

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submitted by Odyssey Magazine on 26.02.2007

Antonis Benakis in 1950, examining a gold kylix from Dendra in the Argolid.

The Benaki Legacy

Odyssey Magazine.

January/February 2006. pp. 48-50


Antonis Benakis bequeathed more than his impressive art collection to Greece: he established an institution that symbolizes the idealism, romance, and generosity of the diaspora Greeks.

By
Athena Vorillas

His pockets were rich: filled with treasures like rocks, sponges, maybe a chewed piece of gum, and always that crystal ...

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submitted by Kytherian Cinema Review on 15.02.2007

George Miller wins BAFTA Award.

Penguin shares spotlight with the Queen.

by, Maev Kennedy

February 13, 2007


The toe-tapping penguin film Happy Feet has picked up an award at the British version of the Oscars, but whether that has improved its chances of securing a Hollywood gold statue remains to be seen.
George Miller's film edged out Cars and Flushed Away to take the Bafta for animated feature, but the awards have only a patchy record of ...

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submitted by Kytherian Cinema Review on 15.02.2007

George Miller and the BAFTA Award.

George Miller (R) poses with the Animated Feature Film award for 'Happy Feet' with Ricky Gervais who presented the award at the BAFTA (British Academy of Film and Television Arts) awards at the Royal Opera House in London, February 11, 2007. REUTERS/Dylan Martinez (BRITAIN)

BAFTA Home page

http://www.bafta.org/site/jsp/index.jsp

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submitted by Steve Frangos on 29.11.2006

Tofalos Stadium. Frontage.

The Grecian Gladiators

Steve Frangos, c. 2005

Little is recalled today of the various Greek immigrants who worked in American vaudeville. Chance references in archival sources and rumors within the Greek-American community about these Greek performers abound. After graduating high school I went to visit my grandmother in Tarpon Springs, Florida. There on Ring Avenue in the late evenings my grandmother and I would often visit Mr. Combis and his wife. It was over vanilla ...

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submitted by Steve Frangos on 29.11.2006

Tofalos Stadium.

The Grecian Gladiators

Steve Frangos, c. 2005

Little is recalled today of the various Greek immigrants who worked in American vaudeville. Chance references in archival sources and rumors within the Greek-American community about these Greek performers abound. After graduating high school I went to visit my grandmother in Tarpon Springs, Florida. There on Ring Avenue in the late evenings my grandmother and I would often visit Mr. Combis and his wife. It was over vanilla ...

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submitted by Stephen Trifyllis on 19.09.2006

galanis supermarket potamos.

one of the supermarkets of potamos,gets very busy during august

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submitted by Stephen Trifyllis on 15.09.2006

''you can leave your hat on''

the sempraveda saleman at potamos on sundays wearing one of his creations.

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submitted by Stephen Trifyllis on 15.09.2006

''stie barbarkia''

still working in their village barbarkias, this lady collects the ready watermelons.

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submitted by Stephen Trifyllis on 15.09.2006

the blanket of beans.

drying out beans to make fava and to plant for next years crops.