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2019 - Time-lapse: Igreja do Carmo, Porto, Portugal [Video]
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2019 - What I’m Reading: The Anatomy of Fascism – 9 in a series – “…the complicity of ordinary people in the establishment and functioning of fascist regimes.“
2019 - Street Scene, Foz, Porto, Portugal via Instagram
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In Milan: Riding the 16 Tram from Duomo to Corso Magenta (4k Video) [Video] (3:13)

September 26th, 2018

In Milan: Riding the 16 Tram from Duomo to Corso Magenta (4k Video) [Video] (3:13)

A slice-of-life video showing the ride on Milan’s 16 Tram line from Duomo to Corso Magenta.

In Milan: Riding the 16 Tram form Duomo to Corso Magenta (4k Video) [Video] (3:13)


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