Native name: Καλyμνος

The island of Kalymnos viewed from Kalymnos

Location in Greece

Location Aegean Sea
Coordinates 37°03′40″N 27°05′15″E / 37.06111°N 27.08750°E / 37.06111; 27.08750Coordinates: 37°03′40″N 27°05′15″E / 37.06111°N 27.08750°E / 37.06111; 27.08750
Archipelago Dodecanese
Highest elevation 80 m (260 ft)
Administrative region South Aegean
Regional unit Kalymnos
Municipality Kalymnos
Population 2 (2011)

Kalymnos (Greek: Kalymnos) is a small Greek island in the Dodecanese chain, lying between Kalymnos and Imia, opposite the coast of Turkey. It is part of the municipality of Kalymnos.

Kalymnos reaches an altitude of 80 meters above sea level.

As of the 2011 census, two citizens lived in Kalymnos, and a permanent Greek Army garrison is stationed there. The island is steep and rocky and has a population of wild goats.

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