Aymed, 27 – Aymed's most precious item is his 4-month-old son. The family fled from ISIS-stronghold Deir Izzor.
Mahyob, 15 – Mahyob carries his ID as a reminder of where he came from. He made the trek to Idomeni without his parents, who were killed in Syria.
Rana, 22 – Friendship bracelets are important to Rana, who came to the camp from Palmyra.
Ali, 29 – Ali carries oil paintings from his sister, Wasim, like this one of a woman standing at a barbed-wire fence.
Mohammed, 28 – Family is Mohammed's most cherished thing. He traveled to the camp with his wife and two small children.
Obeda, 19 – Obeda was told he could bring only what he could wear, so he took his jacket.
Basma, 20 – "I know what I want. My freedom," reads Basma's shirt.
Nael, 35 – Syrian money reminds former Idlib resident Nael where he came from.