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Since times long before Ancient Greece, Milos has been an important centre of mining. Volcanic by birth, the small, crescent-shaped island was a source of Obsidian 15,000 years ago. Since then Baryte, Sulphur, Millstone and Gypsum have all been extracted from its rich earth. These days open-pit mines remove Bentonite, Perlite, Pozzolana and small quantities of Kaolin. No wonder then, that island is ringed with dramatic coves and landscapes of colourful, surreal rock formations.