Yerevan - Flavio Foglietta


From Soviet Monoliths to Avant-Garde Art Installations Yerevan is one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world, founded approximately 2800 years ago by King Argishti I. The city’s architecture tells its past,...

Zanzibar - Stefano Diossina


Unveiling the tales of “Muzungu” adventures and their Impact Zanzibar, the captivating island off the Tanzanian coast, unfolds its tale beyond the picturesque white sandy beaches and turquoise waters, delving into the intricate interplay...

Havana - Kire Bo


Havana Vieja: Where History Beckons in Every Cobblestone Havana Vieja, declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1982, is a place where history’s echo reverberates through its winding streets. Founded in 1515 and elevated...

Tiraspol -Alessio Luna


Tiraspol: The Capital of Semi-Unrecognized State Moldova, with its capital, Chisinau remains a relatively unknown European state. Its history has been a tapestry of empires – Ottoman, Russian, Romanian, and Soviet. In the present...

Varanasi - Adrian Venditez


Varanasi: mysticism, decay, and the dance of contradictions Nestled along the meandering banks of the sacred Ganges River in northern India, Varanasi, often referred to as Banaras or Kashi, is a city that breathes...


Cairo – Al Qarafa –

Al Qarafa: not exactly a shantytown nor a cementary. But a bit of both In the capital of Egypt, there’s a particular Muslim cemetery that emerges on the Nile’s oriental river bank. This cemetery,...

Sarajevo - Stefano Perego Photography


Cobbled streets and bullet-riddled buildings: welcome to Sarajevo, the “Jerusalem of Europe” Sarajevo’s decaying architecture possesses a mesmerizing beauty. The bullet holes and mortar scars that adorn the facades of buildings serve as poignant...

Manila - Giorgio laksetich


Between war on drugs and the MILF insurgency. From colonial oppression and brutal dictatorship to poverty and crime: Manila, capital of the Philippines, is a sprawling metropolis of over 13 million people that has...

Bethlehem - Danilo Pinzi


The wall of shame, division yet resistance Bethlehem is known for its religious significance and for being the birthplace of Jesus Christ. But the city has a darker side, characterized by the towering wall...

Sihanoukville - Antonio Muzzu


This influx has led to overcrowding and environmental damage. Many of the beaches are now littered with rubbish and waste.