A majestic Mediterranean moray (Muraena helena) emerges cautiously from a cluster of ancient vases, at the seabed of the island of Kythnos. Those who dive regularly, have seen at least once time, the remnants of the greek history. Ancient shipwrecks and pieces of vases are scattered almost everywhere in greek seas, offering the ideal nesting conditions to a variety of animals, especially octopuses, conger eels and morays. Thus the underwater natural world is combined masterfully with the greek civilization, uniting the centuries into one image. The above combination is almost unique on the planet, attracts thousands of visitors and friends from other countries and reminds us once again that the great wealth of Greece is its natural and cultural heritage.