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Diakofti

The monastery of Agia Moni is located east of Kythera on the hills above Diakofti. On the 23rd of September 1767 a shepherd by the...

Myrtidia

Inside the “Holy Monastery of Myrtidia” is the symbol of Kytherian tradition and legacy: the icon of Panagia Myrtidiotissa (the Madonna of myrtle), symbol of...

Livadi

On a mountain resembling a ship, above Livadi, is a monastary called Agia Elessa. It owes its name to a woman who became a martyr...

Pitsinades

Agios Theodoros is the protector of Kythera. He was born in Koroni (southern Peloponnese) around the end of the 9th century. He grew up in...

Avlemonas

A small set of two churches built at the top of a mountain located between Avlemonas and Agia Moni. One of the two churches is...

Livadi

One of the largest Christian temples on the island. It is located at the heart of the village of Livadi and its current shape (after...

Pourko

Located in Pourko, between Livadi and Agia Elessa, this group of four churches located in the same structure is quite unusual. The four churches form...

Araioi

Located in the village of Arei. This is a small church shaped as a Latin cross, with no nave and an octagon-shaped dome. It is...

Potamos

This church is located in the Byzantine capital of Kythera, today known as Paleochora. It is shaped as a cross and has a small cupola,...

Drymonas

This monastery was built in 1825 by Father Megalokonomos on a site called “Kseroulaki” near the village of Drymonas. According to the legend the priest...

Mylopotamos

Approximately 3 km northwest of Mylopotamos, above a ravine with lush vegetation, is a small cave where the church of Panagia Orfani as well as...

Palaiopoli

This is a very small church with a single space and a tiled roof. An arch from a paleo-Christian basilica destroyed long ago is still...

Potamos

A small Byzantine church near the village of Potamos. The architecture features a small square area under a dome and is typical of Kythera. There...

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