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Being a migrant in Rome

Since some days ago, some of the migrants of Baobab’s informal camp in Rome have become even more homeless, roaming around the station looking for shelter. Fode goes to visit them often, sharing with them some time in the name of their common origin, Africa. And he has a message …

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Goodbye Termini Underground

Termini Underground was a dance school under the train platforms of Termini. It’s also where TerminiTv was born, and where our full documentary will start from. Here Prince, one of the dancers we met there, shares with us a visit to the old door, now locked away by a gate …

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Rome’s most ancient walls? In Termini

Termini. Cornerstone of Modern Rome deals with the fate of one of the oldest and largest tangible remains of ancient Rome: the fourth century BC city wall, incorporated in the city’s symbol of modernity, the central train station of Termini. Through a “heritageography” of the renowned station, the book tells a …

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The most controversial neighborhood of Berlin: Kotti

Joseph is a Canadian-Italian author living in Berlin, we meet him near Kottbusser Tor also known as Kotti. Kotti is “the centre of the ertswhile-radical SO36 district in Kreuzberg. The surrounding kiez of immigrant housing, punk bars, gay clubs and halal eateries is diminutive, but packs a punch of contrasts. …

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Project Rome, donating food in Tiburtina station

Project Rome is a volunteer organization donating food to homeless and people in need near Tiburtina station, in Rome, the second biggest in Rome, and certainly not much better off than Termini. Every Tuesday, Project Rome brings quality food and conversation on a table near the station, where we went …

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