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“We were together for nine years. I was completely dependent on him. He was a strong and powerful man and he expected obedience. If he called me at 4 AM, and told me to meet him in Tullamore, I was expected to go to the train station. He had a very strong energy.”
“Welcome to Volvo cars, welcome to Sweden!” said our guide, Nicole, who narrated from the front of a golf-cart train. “We are currently building about 100 cars per day.”
Sandwiched between Romania and Ukraine, Moldova emerged as an independent republic following the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991. According to Eurostat, Orgejev is the poorest city in Europe. 26,5% of the population of Orgejev is living below the international poverty line.
Photography talents are invited to enter the Yourope photography competition. The judges are awarding the best single images from across 10 diverse categories.
A Szymborska poem is always charming, wonderfully charming, charming as a small child singing, charming as a great pop-song lyric. But her poems are also, to use an old word, “deep,” mysteriously so, about the very nature of existence.
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