Most interesting thing brought back from your travels: “We spent a couple months studying abroad in Italy, and our class travelled to a small town called Nocera. The oldest part of the town was essentially decimated in an earthquake about 9 years prior. All the residents of the town evacuated and never returned. We explored this abandoned village, ducking in and out of houses with wide open doors and questionable structural integrity, and it was like time-warping back to the moment after the ‘quake: coffee cups and plates were still on kitchen tables, beds still had sheets and pillows, everything touched only by moss or ivy over the past nine years. We came back with a pile of amazing photos from that experience.”
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Most interesting thing brought back from your travels: “We spent a couple months studying abroad in Italy, and our class travelled to a small town called Nocera. The oldest part of the town was essentially decimated in an earthquake about 9 years prior. All the residents of the town evacuated and never returned. We explored this abandoned village, ducking in and out of houses with wide open doors and questionable structural integrity, and it was like time-warping back to the moment after the ‘quake: coffee cups and plates were still on kitchen tables, beds still had sheets and pillows, everything touched only by moss or ivy over the past nine years. We came back with a pile of amazing photos from that experience.”