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Even though its quite unknown, Samothrace has once attracted celebrities of the antiquity, such as Alexander “The Great”, Queen Arsinoe and Herodotus, who were initiated to the Kavirian Mysteries, at the Temple of the Great Gods. Those ceremonies were above race, age, sex and wealth and their multicultural character was what made the island famous, besides its natural beauty and great energy. Today, a fact widely known about Samothrace is the magnificent statue of Nike, showcased in the Louvre Museum in Paris, admired by millions of people every year.



So for thousands of years, humans and animals formed countless paths inside the mountain that pass through rich waterfalls and natural pools, healing springs, prehistoric settlements, Genoa castles and Byzantine churches, revealing its uniqueness along with its rich history. Even though its quite unknown, Samothrace has once attracted celebrities of the antiquity, such as Alexander “The Great”, Queen Arsinoe and Herodotus, who were initiated to the Kavirian Mysteries, at the Temple of the Great Gods. Those ceremonies were above race, age, sex and wealth and their multicultural character was what made the island famous, besides its natural beauty and great energy. Today, a fact widely known about Samothrace is the magnificent statue of Nike, showcased in the Louvre Museum in Paris, admired by millions of people every year. Even though its quite unknown, Samothrace has once attracted celebrities of the antiquity, such as Alexander “The Great”, Queen Arsinoe and Herodotus, who were initiated to the Kavirian Mysteries, at the Temple of the Great Gods. Those ceremonies were above race, age, sex and wealth and their multicultural character was what made the island famous, besides its natural beauty and great energy. Today, a fact widely known about Samothrace is the magnificent statue of Nike, showcased in the Louvre Museum in Paris, admired by millions of people every year. Even though its quite unknown, Samothrace has once attracted celebrities of the antiquity, such as Alexander “The Great”, Queen Arsinoe and Herodotus, who were initiated to the Kavirian Mysteries, at the Temple of the Great Gods. Those ceremonies were above race, age, sex and wealth and their multicultural character was what made the island famous, besides its natural beauty and great energy. Today, a fact widely known about Samothrace is the magnificent statue of Nike, showcased in the Louvre Museum in Paris, admired by millions of people every year. Even though its quite unknown, Samothrace has once attracted celebrities of the antiquity, such as Alexander “The Great”, Queen Arsinoe and Herodotus, who were initiated to the Kavirian Mysteries, at the Temple of the Great Gods. Those ceremonies were above race, age, sex and wealth and their multicultural character was what made the island famous, besides its natural beauty and great energy. Today, a fact widely known about Samothrace is the magnificent statue of Nike, showcased in the Louvre Museum in Paris, admired by millions of people every year. Even though its quite unknown, Samothrace has once attracted celebrities of the antiquity, such as Alexander “The Great”, Queen Arsinoe and Herodotus, who were initiated to the Kavirian Mysteries, at the Temple of the Great Gods. Those ceremonies were above race, age, sex and wealth and their multicultural character was what made the island famous, besides its natural beauty and great energy. Today, a fact widely known about Samothrace is the magnificent statue of Nike, showcased in the Louvre Museum in Paris, admired by millions of people every year. Even though its quite unknown, Samothrace has once attracted celebrities of the antiquity, such as Alexander “The Great”, Queen Arsinoe and Herodotus, who were initiated to the Kavirian Mysteries, at the Temple of the Great Gods. Those ceremonies were above race, age, sex and wealth and their multicultural character was what made the island famous, besides its natural beauty and great energy. Today, a fact widely known about Samothrace is the magnificent statue of Nike, showcased in the Louvre Museum in Paris, admired by millions of people every year.


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