Idomeni camp (Greece), March 2016. Idomeni is an eponymous train station on greek-macedonian borders, which gave a name to the camp, fitting closely to its surroundings. Since 2014, refugees from Syria, but also from Afghanistan, Pakistan and other countries of the Middle East began to flock to Idomeni in order to pass the Greek borders and enter the Republic of Macedonia. After the decision of governments of closing the borders for migrants in March, almost 15,000 people got stucked at this place. They were forced, with carrying their hope of reopening of the borders, to find a way of outlasting the time in the camp, so they have occupied the Idomeni train station base and its houses, including the sleepeing wagon train unit and have built an improvised tent station. Aside this a couple of large 240–square meter of high beds amount capacity tents and 45–square meter tents have been built by the humanitarian organizations (MSF) to provide a shelter for thousands of people in need. Despite of these possibilities, the living conditions in the camp are alarming.