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The Beggar of Lavapies

The lines on the page shackled her thoughts – ‘the mirror tells her the best years of her life have been wasted’. Wasted was how she felt although it was Springtime and she was in the prime of her youth. All around her were families with kids, fathers holding their daughters...
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The journey of an American couple living in Frankfurt

My name is Jessica Sachson, an American from Charlotte, NC and just over a year ago I moved to Frankfurt, Germany. This was not my first experience living abroad in Germany. I had the great fortune back in 2002 to study International Business at a University in Mainz, Germany. I never thought in a...
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True Russian

During my first months in Germany, I once introduced myself as “Ich bin eine saubere Russin” (I am a clean Russian – ed.). All I wanted to say was that I was a true Russian… 😉
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I love Germany

I find Germany incredibly beautiful! Old town of Bonn, Potsdam, Berlin, Lübeck, Cologne, Hamburg… these places are amazing! It all started many years ago thanks to my friends who lived in Germany and I simply fell in love with the country. I have really loved every place I have ever...
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From Mare Nostrum to Mare Mostrum

From the operation Mare Nostrum that, as claimed by several advocacy groups, saved thousands of lives at sea in 2014 to the new operation Triton, that only saves borders and not people, the Mediterranean Sea has turned into the Mare Mostrum (monster sea – ed.) and became the largest cemetery in...
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My name is Mustafa

My name is Mustafa and I am from Turkey. I came here 7 years ago looking for a job…and now I work in three different places: casino, bakery and a Turkish grocery shop… you know, even in Germany you have to work to be able to eat! Photo credits: morguefile
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Like us and win

Help us boost Multicoolty, invite your friends to like Multicoolty and you may win a sweatshirt! It’s easy! Like us, leave a comment on our posts and tag at least 3 friends for your chance to win our sweatshirt. If your friends like Multicoolty as well, you could be the lucky winner! Soooo, have fun and...
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We will forget soon: Interviewing Dario Laganá

More than two years Dario Jacopo Laganá and Stefano Corso – two brilliant Italian photographers in Berlin have been working on a dear to me as an ex-Soviet project called “We will forget soon”. They travelled more than 8000 km by car following the left traces of the Red Army...
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Is the television series Surprising Europe really surprising?

The migrant suspects reality: having experienced several ways of being, he understands their illusory nature. To see things plainly, you have to cross a frontier, says Salman Rushdie. Are things really plainer when a frontier is crossed? Reality is certainly perceived differently for those crossing borders. This is particularly so...
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An attractive idea

I miss a bit my city in Sicily, but mostly I miss my family and friends! I guess it is the price we have to pay to build our future in Germany or anywhere abroad, we had no alternatives, but I do understand those people who do not feel like getting...
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It does not work

Has multicultural society failed in Germany? Yes and it is OK so. Germany is already overcrowded and many immigrants refuse to integrate and accept our values!!! They also cost a lot of money for the social system here…  Sometimes it just does not work…  
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No doubts, It’s Italy!

My name is Daisuke and I am a tourist from Tokyo. This is my first time in Europe and I am loving it! I am heading to Frankfurt now where I will stay only 2 days. I am sure I will like it but I am a bit worried about...
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Germany is Europe’s engine

I think that without Germany a strong European Union could not exist. Even the thought, that Germany would leave the EU, is unimaginable because in this case EU would fall apart. No other country has the power to break the European Union down. Germany is Europe’s engine.
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Welcome Multicoolty Italia

We are expanding our multicoolty family and launching Multicoolty Italia! And we want you to be part of it! The idea of Multicoolty Italia was born simply because… Italy, just like Germany and many other European countries, is becoming increasingly multicultural and global! We will provide a glimpse into the lives...
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It’s not enough to say I’m sorry

I think it’s very important that we strengthen mutual understanding in our society and that we really work together to make things better! The problem we’re facing right now is fundamentalism. In my opinion its roots are also socioeconomic. It has a lot to do with failed opportunities to foster...
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