Monthly Archives: June 2011
Alexandra discovered the very special and well hidden Cave of Agia Sofia just off the road nearby Agia Pelagia.
Alexandra’s first day in Kythera was kickstarted with a visit to Agios Georgios Kolokythias, a Byzantine site north of Agia Pelagia.
The story of Manos Vasilakis and Evdokia Chrysovergi covered in Anna’s Blog.
Coverage of the European Music day in Kythera, and Daphne Petrohilos’ art exhibition.
Kytherian artist, Daphne Petrohilos has painted how she thinks the temple to the Dioskouri may have looked around 2500 years ago.
Ταξίδι στα Κύθηρα Wednesday, June 15th, 2011
Tuesday June 14th, 2011
Monday, 13th June, 2011
“Deeper Connection” story on the project from The KYTHERIAN, Kytherian Association of Australia Newsletter/Magazine has been posted in the Media Coverage area. http://www.krg.org.au/Deeper-Connection.pdf
This site is growing, with a number of team members being added in that section. The complete team isn’t listed yet, with further updates expected shortly. Tags: http://www.staying-awake.org, http://www.whyhcg.com, http://www.myprovigil.com
Here’s a newspaper interview with Dr Amelia Brown from the University of QLD.
Here’s a Neos Kosmos feature on We Dig Kythira, from November last year.
Here’s a SBS radio interview with John Fardoulis (in Greek), explaining why the Diaspora is so excited about the project.