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Due to its volcanic origin, this horseshoe-shaped island in the Western part of the Cyclades has over 70 beaches with white and black sand that sit alongside white, pink, and red rocks. 156 more words
On the 8th of April 1820, the statue of Venus de Milo was discovered by a peasant called Yorgos Kentrotas within a buried niche in the ancient city ruins of Milos (currently Tripiti) in the Aegean. 865 more words
Everyone has heard of The Louvre.
If you haven’t, then go and watch The Da Vinci Code movie, then come back.
Try not to let the modern glass Pyramid that dominates the entrance courtyard distract you from the grand Louvre Palace that surrounds it.Not only is it the second largest museum in the world, its one of France’s historic monuments. 390 more words