The exhibition recreates the heritage of the Karakachans as actually and metaphorically intertwined with the concept of the road and the traveling. Elements of the seasonal mobility of this community in the past are preserved and passed on through stories, songs, and memories, through tangible and intangible cultural heritage. Although now sedentary, modern-day descendants are still connected to this endless journey of their ancestors. The road refers to the actual movement in space and the memory of the cultural knowledge and skills required for living in mountainous regions, building dwellings, breeding animals, cooking food and making clothing and fabrics. Furthermore, the road is a metaphor for natural and cultural cycles related to natural transformations and cultural and religious celebrations, but it is also closely connected to human and animal life cycles.