It might be true that Greece is famous abroad for their islands, such as Mykonos, Santorini, Corfu, Rhodes, and Skiathos, but there are over 500 hundred more which are truly unexplored by travelers. Having lived in Greece for over 10 years, and still traveling back annually, I myself haven’t seen them all yet. This year I decided to explore the island of Milos, where the famed ancient statue of Aphrodite of Milos was found in 1870 by a local farmer, better known as, “Venus De Milo”. It was then sold to the French Consul, who, in turn, housed her at the Louvre Museum of Paris for all to admire.
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