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This is a satellite view from 2013 of an 8 square mile island located just northwest of Crete and is home to only a population of about 50 people. Steep, limestone cliffs line most of the island and the island has a rather long history both on and around it. The Antikythera mechanism, believed to be the world's first computer, was discovered in a shipwreck off the coast of this island.
Contributed by Sam Feldstone