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@andrea_frazzetta photographs Italy's Unexpected Cultural and Artistic Hub for @natgeo People strolling in the streets of the #Navigli district. The Navigli area is bursting with trendy dining and nightlife spots, various markets full of fresh and local items and home to one of the main hubs of the “Milanese movida”. The Navigli are a widespread network of canals whose history is linked to Leonardo da Vinci. #milan
@andrea_frazzetta photographs Italy's Unexpected Cultural and Artistic Hub for @natgeo The Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II is one of the world's oldest shopping malls. Housed within a four-story double arcade in central Milan, the Galleria is named after Vittorio Emanuele II, the first king of the Kingdom of Italy. It was designed in 1861 and built by architect Giuseppe Mengoni between 1865 and 1877. #milan #italy #
@andrea_frazzetta photographs Italy's Unexpected Cultural and Artistic Hub for @natgeo Tourists visiting the #Duomo cathedral terraces. The Duomo, is one Milan’s most iconic monuments. A feat of Gothic architecture, its Italian marble facade, intricately carved windows, and lacelike ornamentation took five centuries to complete. It is one of the largest churches in modern Europe, able to accommodate more than 20,000 people. #milan #milano #italy
Sauna along with the Santa claus is the Finnish cliché number one. But when there's five million Finns and 3 million saunas in Finland, it's hard to arque that it isn't a rather big part of a finnish culture and everyday life. Practically every Finn goes to the sauna about once a week. And when on a vacation, every day. Many nations practice sweat bathing but finnish sauna goes on a way different level when it comes to temperature, it varies between 70 and 100 °C. The way of Finnish sauna is pretty straightforward: always naked, no swimsuits or towels in the sauna. It's the most democratic place you can find in the world. When sitting in Sauna, it doesn't matter what your status in a society is, you are all equal and for a Finn it's quite normal to have conversations with complete strangers. And yes, of course the photographer (Juuso Westerlund) has his own sauna. Image from the series SAUNA #sauna #finland
Sauna along with the Santa claus is the Finnish cliché number one. But when there's five million Finns and 3 million saunas in Finland, it's hard to arque that it isn't a rather big part of a finnish culture and everyday life. Practically every Finn goes to the sauna about once a week. And when on a vacation, every day. Many nations practice sweat bathing but finnish sauna goes on a way different level when it comes to temperature, it varies between 70 and 100 °C. The way of Finnish sauna is pretty straightforward: always naked, no swimsuits or towels in the sauna. It's the most democratic place you can find in the world. When sitting in Sauna, it doesn't matter what your status in a society is, you are all equal and for a Finn it's quite normal to have conversations with complete strangers. And yes, of course the photographer (Juuso Westerlund) has his own sauna. Image from the series SAUNA #finland #sauna
Sauna along with the Santa claus is the Finnish cliché number one. But when there's five million Finns and 3 million saunas in Finland, it's hard to arque that it isn't a rather big part of a finnish culture and everyday life. Practically every Finn goes to the sauna about once a week. And when on a vacation, every day. Many nations practice sweat bathing but finnish sauna goes on a way different level when it comes to temperature, it varies between 70 and 100 °C. The way of Finnish sauna is pretty straightforward: always naked, no swimsuits or towels in the sauna. It's the most democratic place you can find in the world. When sitting in Sauna, it doesn't matter what your status in a society is, you are all equal and for a Finn it's quite normal to have conversations with complete strangers. And yes, of course the photographer (Juuso Westerlund) has his own sauna. Image from the series SAUNA by @juusowesterlund #finland #sauna
It is 3.30 pm on the Lofoten islands. The sun has set almost an hour ago and the moon rising between two snow mountains reflects its bright light onto the icy beach of Flakstad. Even though we are hundreds of kilometers North of the Arctic Circle , the most popular activity here is surfing . The Lofoten islands are famous worldwide for their scenic fishing villages surrounded by snow mountains, icy bays and northern lights. Although it is cod fishing that has traditionally played the dominant role in the islands’ history a local surfing scene has emerged in the little bay of Unstad, cut off from the rest of the island by mountains. Nowadays, what used to be the village school has become a surf camp welcoming adventurers and professional surfers from all around the world coming to defy the best waves of the Arctic. Image from the series ARCTIC SURFING by @timfranco #surf #surfing #arcticsurfing #lofoten
It is 3.30 pm on the Lofoten islands. The sun has set almost an hour ago and the moon rising between two snow mountains reflects its bright light onto the icy beach of Flakstad. Even though we are hundreds of kilometers North of the Arctic Circle , the most popular activity here is surfing . The Lofoten islands are famous worldwide for their scenic fishing villages surrounded by snow mountains, icy bays and northern lights. Although it is cod fishing that has traditionally played the dominant role in the islands’ history a local surfing scene has emerged in the little bay of Unstad, cut off from the rest of the island by mountains. Nowadays, what used to be the village school has become a surf camp welcoming adventurers and professional surfers from all around the world coming to defy the best waves of the Arctic. Image from the series ARCTIC SURFING by @timfranco #surf #surfing #arcticsurfing #lofoten
It is 3.30 pm on the Lofoten islands. The sun has set almost an hour ago and the moon rising between two snow mountains reflects its bright light onto the icy beach of Flakstad. Even though we are hundreds of kilometers North of the Arctic Circle , the most popular activity here is surfing . The Lofoten islands are famous worldwide for their scenic fishing villages surrounded by snow mountains, icy bays and northern lights. Although it is cod fishing that has traditionally played the dominant role in the islands’ history a local surfing scene has emerged in the little bay of Unstad, cut off from the rest of the island by mountains. Nowadays, what used to be the village school has become a surf camp welcoming adventurers and professional surfers from all around the world coming to defy the best waves of the Arctic. Image from the series ARCTIC SURFING by @timfranco #surf #surfing #arcticsurfing #lofoten
a scene from Jacob Forever concert at Liceo de Regla. Image from the series LA CALLE PURA by @alfredochiarappa #raggaeton
Ladiosa (35), repartera singer and actress. Image from the series LA CALLE PURA by @alfredochiarappa #raggaeton
A group of dancers rehearse before the shooting of the new video clip of Capetillo. Image from the series LA CALLE PURA by @alfredochiarappa #raggaeton
From the series WELL HEELED by @dougie_wallace #dogs #dog
From the series WELL HEELED by @dougie_wallace #dogs #dog
From the series WELL HEELED by @dougie_wallace #dogs #dog
From the series IN ROUTE by @hskodvin for @d2magasin - Norwegian fjord crossing
From the series IN ROUTE by @hskodvin for @d2magasin - Norwegian fjord crossing
From the series IN ROUTE by @hskodvin for @d2magasin - Norwegian fjord crossing
Few have heard of them: they are not criminals, they did nothing, they are men, women and children interned without rights or citizenship. They are the Rohingya of Myanmar, the most persecuted people in the world. Their crime: they are Muslims in a Buddhist country! There are wars and conflicts, with trenches, soldiers, weapons and sponsors. And there are eternal nights of hallucinations that you get used to: this is the nightmare in which they are stranded. In Myanmar there are about three million Muslims out of a population of sixty million: around 5 percent of the population. Of these, about one million are only in the northwest of the country, the Bay of Bengal, in Rakhine, subjected to harsh apartheid regime. In 120 thousand surviving internees in about forty camps; others are born within the villages, held hostage by predators, subjected to extortion and forced labor. Image from the series FORGOTTEN PEOPLE by @giuliodisturco #rohingya
Few have heard of them: they are not criminals, they did nothing, they are men, women and children interned without rights or citizenship. They are the Rohingya of Myanmar, the most persecuted people in the world. Their crime: they are Muslims in a Buddhist country! There are wars and conflicts, with trenches, soldiers, weapons and sponsors. And there are eternal nights of hallucinations that you get used to: this is the nightmare in which they are stranded. In Myanmar there are about three million Muslims out of a population of sixty million: around 5 percent of the population. Of these, about one million are only in the northwest of the country, the Bay of Bengal, in Rakhine, subjected to harsh apartheid regime. In 120 thousand surviving internees in about forty camps; others are born within the villages, held hostage by predators, subjected to extortion and forced labor. Image from the series FORGOTTEN PEOPLE by @giuliodisturco #rohingya