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Nonstop (Issue III/2019)

... on Crete

Gundula Haage

Aidin and Theo Nikoloudakis and their three children live in a house in the bay of Likos in southern Crete. From their terrace they look out over the sea and the 500 goats and sheep owned by their extended family.

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Guilt (Issue II/2019)

... in Alaska

by Kerry Tasker

This house was built in the 1960s at the foot of the Chugach Mountains outside Anchorage, off the south coast of Alaska. At that time there were only two or three other houses in the area and they were only connected to the city by a dirt road.

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Above (Issue I/2019)

... in Finland

by Stefan Stenberg

The Villa Bergbo (in English “mountain nest”) was built in the small mountain town of Kauniainen in 1953. Kauniainen (known as Grankulla in Swedish) is a small town, 16 kilometres west of Helsinki with 9,800 inhabitants, around half of whom are Finnish-Swedish.

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Poorest nation, richest nation (Issue III+IV/2018)

... in Oman

by Kai Schnier

The Al Jafaari’s family home is Al Ashkharah, an Omani fishing village.

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Une Grande Nation (Issue IV/2017)

... in Brazil

by Rejane Pirozzi

My house is in Jabaquara, a suburb of the city of Paraty, in the Brazilian state of Rio de Janeiro. It’s surrounded by rainforest that goes almost down to the Atlantic coast. Most of the people that buy land here tend to cut down all the trees and level the ground. But the mango forest suffers. That’s why I have done the opposite. 

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