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Around Flamenco by Oliver Weber

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Every country has its fair share of folktales and legends with Spain certainly not being the exception. Andalucía in particular, which has a rich history, has some mysterious, spooky and scary stories
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I am passionate about photography and art in general since I was a child. Every time I had the opportunity to go to a new place like a school trip or  with my parents, I took my small camera, and I captured everything.
Frank Ross is out by Adrian Saker

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Coney Offseason by Daniel Skwarna

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Travel is the recurrent theme of all my experiences, understood not as achieving a goal, but as an approaching to places and cultures.
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Separated by two miles of water and the international dateline, the Diomede Islands are two dots in the Arctic. In the past, both islands were inhabited by a common native community, which shared land, water, language and family.
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