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GREECE, Refugees in the Port of Lesvos in front of a Graffiti Wall

This graffiti in the port of Lesvos is the first thing the refugees see when they enter the port. It was made by two young Greeks the day I visited the Island

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Glyfada, Athens, Greece
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Date Taken: 09.2015
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PHOTO LOCATION LESVOS ISLAND, Greece