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CRISOL CULTURAL: Linking Stories

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I photographed people from 100 countries living in my city. Now I go for a new challenge. -  My name is Eliana, I'm a photographer and I'm from Montevideo, Uruguay.Two years ago I decided to photograph people from 100 countries who were living in my city in order to show that it is becoming a home to people from all around the world.At the beginning, my family and friends were not very positive about the idea; to them, that number was just impossible to achieve. My enthusiasm was stronger than their opinion so I started to contact the Embassies, Consulates and Cultural Centers p

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I photographed people from 100 countries living in my city. Now I go for a new challenge. -  My name is Eliana, I'm a photographer and I'm from Montevideo, Uruguay.Two years ago I decided to photograph people from 100 countries who were living in my city in order to show that it is becoming a home to people from all around the world.At the beginning, my family and friends were not very positive about the idea; to them, that number was just impossible to achieve. My enthusiasm was stronger than their opinion so I started to contact the Embassies, Consulates and Cultural Centers p
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