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Doorways of Milano via Instagram

October 4th, 2018

Doorways of Milano via Instagram

Doorways of Milano

The entranceways of Italian buildings always catch my eye. There is this sense of glimpsing a fleeting view of another world just out of reach. You imagine the lives of those who live there and spin tales in your mind before strolling along to the next. 

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