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A Ghost city

Ashgabat is the capital of Turkmenistan and it's one of most closed countries around the world. His president Gurbangulí Berdimujamédov rules the country as a dictator.

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Rohingya Exodus

Rohingya people, fled from ongoing military operations in Myanmars Rakhine state, make their way through muddy water after crossing the Bangladesh-Myanmar border border in Teknuf

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Rodyna moja

The word Rodyna, which in Russian means "homeland" and in the Ukrainian language "kinship", a photographic journey through a country he left as a young man.

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Erasmus+

If the core of knowledge is change and adaptation, then Erasmus + program is the perfect tool… an environment away from stereotypes of the national school.

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Thaipoosam

Thaipoosam or vel is Hindu a cultural festival which symbolize the tolerance of pain in human body and faith towards devotees.

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Bucuresti Nord

People come, people go, some everyday, some loose the train forever and never leave, as if the train station is enchanted, magic as a man one day told me.

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Sanctuary

The region I go to is alive and vibrant, it obeys its own principles, and every time I enter the path, i feel excited about new experience and new secrets awaiting for me.

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The afternoon people

Activities around can make you aware of something. I take hours to watch what some people do on the green grass. Although what I got was a feeling of emptiness in the crowd.

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La decima

Inarrestabile Nadal. Il tennista maiorchino entra nella storia conquistando il suo decimo Roland Garros. Un’impresa mai riuscita a nessuno prima di lui.

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Riot

This story is about quite riot that teenagers feel inside themselves. To turn into adult is a very difficult process for them.

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Loudblast inside

Loos en Goelle, France - september 2014. Stéphane, guitars and vocals, before the crowd of fans during Loudblast...

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Balkan Express

This is the photographic story of what I saw through dirty windows of the trains, on the streets, inside homes… (photo essay by Michele Mattiello)