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One of the five regions in Elysium, it was home to a number of ruins of ancient Minoan architecture. Below its sublime peaks and pillars reaching upwards to the perfect sky, its meadows are dotted with temples and sanctuaries.
- This region is named after King Minos, first king of Krete and, according to the Greek mythology, son of Zeus and Europa; he also became a judge of the dead in the afterlife alongside his brother Rhadamanthus.