Tilos Island is the seventh largest island in Dodecanese group. It is located 22 miles from the island of Rhodes and 222 miles from Piraeus. It has an area of ​​62,825 square kilometers and a population of about 530 inhabitants. Tilos is mountainous, with a small valley in the middle. Many archeological monuments have been discovered on Tilos, and in 1970 the remains of prehistoric elephants were found in a cave on the island, which remained on the island during the prehistoric cataclysms and the sinking of many droughts, which resulted in the Aegean archipelago.

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