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Children's crossing in Uzbekistan

Buchara, VII.2004;
pict. Vanacker & Kesteleyn
  Sjachrisabz, VII.2004;
pict. Vanacker & Kesteleyn
Russian layout (the word design is hardly appropriate). Russia, Estonia, Armenia and several others share the same hurtful roadsigns.

Can someone please urgently go there and sort things out. Talk with suppliers, bring the right body parts together, number them, make a construction sheet with the numbered parts in the correct orientation at the correct spot. And convince people that nobody gets deported to Albania anymore for displaying a reasonable amount of good taste.

The second row is already an improvement. The white patch shows that the canvas was used before. The children are better fed. They probably stem from Belarus where Men at work are also enjoying more food than in the rest of the former Sovjet block.

 
 
Sjachrisabz, VII.2004;
pict. Vanacker & Kesteleyn
Sjachrisabz, VII.2004;
pict. Vanacker & Kesteleyn

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