It starts from the capital Asmara, where the streets, the style of the buildings, the insignia recall the Italy of the '30s. The public will then be led along the plateau with beautiful images that will range from Cheren, through markets and country life, to Senafe, a town surrounded by a splendid amphitheater of rocky mountains called the dolomites of Eritrea. From the pleasant climate of the plateau you will then go to the warm one of the coast, traveling along the old colonial railway, which unites the capital of Eritrea, which for the Italians remains the small Rome, with the port of Massaua, where unfortunately the terrible are visible signs of war. The city suffered heavy bombing during the recent war and still bears all its wounds. During the trip there will be fascinating images that tell of the devotion to Our Lady, during the Christian holiday of the Ndget. Finally you will reach the lost islands Dahlak, emerging from a pristine sea and rich in extraordinary marine life. The images will range from island to island, each surrounded by white sand, lapped by crystal clear waters.
«An edition that has had in all evenings a remarkable success with the public, distinguished by several new countries presented and speakers at their debut. With great pleasure I noticed that the images proposed really captured everyone », these were the words of Breddo who finally thanked all the speakers and the CAI.
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