I'm registered on the Italian Wikipedia and I'm from Calimera (you can find me there as Montinar). I just speak a few of Greek and I can read it with some difficulties. But I've understood that there has been a small misunderstanding concerning the motto of my town: in fact it says "You're not a foreigner here at Calimera" and refers to a female person; it has been written at the top of a monument containing an ancient Attic burial stone, gifted by the city of Athens in 1960 to my town. So the motto is referred to this stone (stone is a female word in my dilect), underlining the close relationships and common origins with the Greek Civilization. So I've tried to change the text in this small article, hoping not to have made any mistake, but I'm not able to specify the meaning of the text: if there's any volunteer... :P --126.96.36.199 18:46, 17 Δεκεμβρίου 2006 (UTC) (Montinar on Italian Wikipedia)
You are absolutely right. I have made the necessary changes, aligning the text with the English version. I hope to one day visit Calimera and the monument (even as a "Zenos").