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Church in Plaka of Milo
Birth of the Virgin Mary of Panaghia KorfiatissaIn the west side of Plaka, on craggy rocks, in 1810 the church of Panaghia Korfiatissa was built. The location is known as "Halara", and the space in front of the church is known as "Marmara", due to the fact that the churchyard is paved with marble tombstones from the old city.Visiting the church dedicated to the Birth of the Virgin Mary or Panaghia
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Church in Plaka of Milo
Birth of the Virgin Mary of Panaghia KorfiatissaIn the west side of Plaka, on craggy rocks, in 1810 the church of Panaghia Korfiatissa was built.The location is known as “Halara”, and the space in front of the church is known  as “Marmara”, due to the fact that the churchyard is paved with marble tombstones from the old city.Visiting the church dedicated to the Birth of the Virgin Mary or
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Churches in Klima of Milo
Prophitis IliasThe chapel of Prophitis Ilias stands on the hilltop of Klima. It is built on the ruins of an ancient temple, there are still remnants of columns and of different marble parts. From there the view is excellent and picturesque. In the icon screen of the church, you can see many interesting icons.Panaghia FaneromeniDescending the road from Trypiti to the Catacombs, on your right hand you
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Archaeological Museum of Milos
The Archaeological Museum of Milos is situated in Plaka and it is housed in a beautiful, neoclassic building by Ernst Ziller.At the museum the following wonderful collections are exhibited:A prehistoric collection from FylakopiA collection of sculptures and bas-reliefsAn obsidian collectionA collection of inscriptionsA true copy of Aphrodite de Milorises in the Museum Entrance (Room A), which was made
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Ancient Roman Theatre of Milos
The ancient Roman Theatre was originally constructed by the inhabitants of the ancient city of Klima, possibly during the Hellenistic Age (3rd century BC).However, after the destruction of the city by the Athenians in Roman times, above the preserved foundations of the classic theater, a bigger one was built made of snow-white Parian marble and remarkable bas-reliefs, which it is estimated that it
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Ancient town of Klima of Milo
In the settlement of Klima you will find the ruins of the old city of Klima which used to be the island's first port. After the decline and the destruction of Fylakopi, the Dorians built the second biggest city in the island (1100BC-800BC) extending from the south part of Trypiti to the region of the present Klima town.Today, you can visit the settlement's two acropolis: the hill of Prophitis Ilias
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Pollonia or Apollonia is a picturesque fish village of 300 inhabitants, built around a pretty creek on the northeast edge of the island.
Pollonia is the island's second port after the port of Adamantas. Possibly, it was named after the temple of Apollo that existed on the Lighthouse of Pelekouda (on the left side of the settlement).
The distance from Athamantas is 10 kilometres, and from Plaka 14 kiliometres. From there, there is transportation to Psathis which is the port of the neighboring island of Kimolos. Small boats, sea-taxis and ferry-boats transfer you from Pollonia to Kimolo within 30 minutes at the most.
This settlement has a beach with a rich seaside, many rooms to let and hotels, as well as plenty of taverns, restaurants and island cafes that stretch up to the church of Saint Paraskevi at the settlement's right end. In the pier that lies in front of the church, you can find the fishing boats of the locals coming every morning packed with fish, octopuses and lobsters; from there also tour boats set out for the Cave of Papafragas and for Glaronisia.
On the left side of Pollonia lies the chapel of Saint Nikolas and Pelekouda which is a picturesque peninsula worth visiting as according to the tradition, the couple that sits on the small rock shaped as a chair that exists there, will be together forever.
Finally, on the way to Pollonia, you will find the ruins of the ancient city of Fylakopi as well as the beaches of Mytakas, Agios Konstantinos, Papafragas and Kapros , while leaving the village heading south, you will reach Theioryheia (sulphur mines).

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