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During the British occupation the island’s occupying forces built several schools and forced the Kytherean people to make their children attend them. Those who did not wish their offspring to receive an English education were required to pay heavy taxes and perform public works. The school of Milapidea overlooks the Livadi Valley and is typical of the island’s British architecture. Like the other British schools in Kythera it has been well preserved.

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