During its 17 years of existence, the Museum has documented significant parts of civilization in wider Thrace such as: traditional professions about to become extinct, customs and rituals that are still alive. 350 subjects and over 200 recording hours, have created 24 documentaries with the aim to project the civilization and primeval charm of Thrace.
Documented subjects were as follows:
A) Customs of worship
B) Personal testimonies, documenting different personal and social life
paths, that have been –up to a certain degree- defined by regional
geography and common, human fate.
C) Customary activities and everyday life in wider Thrace, where anyone
can trace the basic elements of cultural identity of Thrace, as well as the
communication networks and cultural osmosis from the coexistence of
various ethnic groups.