Friday, 26 December 2014


                              In Greek mythology, Salamis was described as a Naiad nymph of spring, well, and fountain. Salamis was the daughter of the river god Asopus and Metope

                                           The sea god, Poseidon, was attracted by her beauty, carried her  to the island, which was named after her, where he seduced her. Salamis gave birth to a son, Cychreus, who became the king of the Salamis island. 


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