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  • 176 pages 
  • 31cm x 23cm 
  • Published in Turin, 2020 

Searching through archives for intriguing photography and surprising stories, the makers of Archivio use historical records to provide a fresh and original perspective on the world.


This issue is dedicated to the 1990s, paying particular attention to a handful of events that took place in 1991.


In this issue:


  • The story of Halim Milaqui, the captain of a merchant ship that sailed 20,000 Albanian refugees to Italy in August 1991
  • Interview with the archivist of Cassero LGBTI Centre in Bologna, Italy, Sara De Giovanni
  • ‘What a Year it Was’, experimental fiction by Emmanuela Carbè
  • Paolo Rumiz on the emerging reality of war in Yugoslavia at the start of the 90s
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