Moria. A small village on the island of Lesvos where in recent years it has become known throughout Europe as one of the most difficult places for a person to live. Thousands of lives of migrants and refugees are being housed in the "hospitality" camp set up there in the old camp. Next to the village with the few inhabitants to experience its difficulties.
Waiting time unknown. Half-rested people's souls are waiting for life to begin. Containers, tents and makeshift shelters lay the foundations and shape the neighborhoods of a society struggling for daily survival. A mosaic of culture from people from different countries, mainly in the Middle East and Africa, composes a multicultural image in the Greek landscape. In other words, the exact opposite of the images you will see in the "developed" tourist areas of our country, such as Laganas, Faliraki and Hersonissos.
The need for survival in some cases can push man into delinquency, but in others it will push him to create. That's how the "Furnaces of Moria" caught fire.