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Roads of New York Exhibition
Greece

Photography exhibition by Dimitri Mellos a Greek Photographer that is based in New York city. This exhibition is a part of "Photometria Ioannina Photo Festival" and took place at Technohoros gallery in the city of Ioannina.

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