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Men at Work signs in Cape Verde

Fogo, 25.IV.2016; pict. Maes & De Bie


Santiago, 02.IV.2006

Santo Antão, 17.IV.2016;
pict. Maes & De Bie

Santo Antão, 17.IV.2016;
pict. Maes & De Bie

Well, the Mediterranean workforce —explained in Slovenia— seems to have a very strong capacity of invading new territories. The type now grows in far too many countries and far too far away from its original range. We have it reported from two islands of the archipelago already and we hope that the authorities of the Republic can get it eradicated before it colonizes all the islands.
Santo Antão is the westernmost island, separated from the rest by a deep and wide channel. We, roadsign collectors, can only hope that this Canal Sao Vicente is wide and deep enough in order to preserve the indigenous and delightfully old-fashioned Men at Work signs still present on the island. Maybe the ferry service should be halted.

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