A homeless woman who lives in a cardboard shelter in a covered gallery in EUR, a residential and business district in Rome. This area was originally chosen in 1930s as the site for the 1942 world's fair which Benito Mussolini planned to open to celebrate twenty years of Fascism, the letters EUR standing for Esposizione Universale Roma. The design was inspired, according to fascist ideology, using Roman Imperial town planning, with modern elements which came from Italian rationalism, the result being a simplified neoclassical style.

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Nick Hannes/Panos Pictures
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Rome
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Italy
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Not available in Netherlands or Belgium
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4425 x 2953 pixels
37.47 x 25 cm (300 dpi)
14.75 x 9.84 inch (300 dpi)
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