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Europe and meYoMem - Young Messengers of European Memory
This article is a short story of my first perception experience of diversity in a foreign country.
As it narrates about my very first meeting with Europe it is a story of confusion and disorientation, but it’s also the story of a deep love.
A short fragment of the story

I was shocked by the way colours were distributed on the streets and by the way lights used to hit the windows and the ground.

I could just focus on the heaviness of the bricks on the walls, on the shape of the houses and on the way those unknown words used to adjust on the advertising boards.

I was clearly lost in my perception and I felt like the world I was experiencing was just as fake as a movie scenography.

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