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Looking at the unknown

A long jetty into the sea in a foggy winter day. Sky and Sea are just a thing. The jetty is like a long bridge linking me to an unknown world. The beach where I’m walking is desert. No person around me, no noise in the air.

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Isfahan, Iran - November 2014. A gold seller in the bazaar

Colors and portraits inside the bazaar of Isfahan

Colors and portraits inside the bazaar, photo essay by Andrea Giubelli Walking in the streets of Isfahan, the ancient capital of Persia, you are into a world with just a few colors. Usually, buildings are “sand color”; cars are white or light grey; women wear black chadors. But when you go in the bazaar of […]

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Netting of extermination camp of Birkenau, Poland - May 2015

The flowers of Birkenau, photo essay by Andrea Giubelli

Visiting the nazi extermination camp of Birkenau, the first thing you notice is the large dimension. A huge area surrounded by netting. Auschwitz-Birkenau was the most important concentration and extermination camp established by Nazi Germany to implement its Final Solution policy.

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Women in Iran

Iran. Walking in the street

Walking in the streets of Isfahan, the ancient capital of Persia, and now the most religious city of Iran, it’s very easy to see young women dressed with strict black chadors, but wear shoes with high heels and have a face with a make up accurately.

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