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Gulbin Özdamar Akarcay

Children of Maticni

In Czech Republic there is small district called Maticni Street in the town of Usti nad Labem. On this street there are Romani-gypsy-inhabited flats. Maticni Street in Usti nad Labem is a side-street lying between a main road and the railway tracks. On one side of the road are 3 blocks of flats which are municipal flats, two of which are occupied by gypsy families. Most of these gypsies are unemployed. The Usti nad Labem city authorities were unable to force the rent non-payers of Maticni Street to abide by the law and so, in order to protect the interest of law abiding people nearby who were suffering from the noise and smell, the authorities decided to build a wall dividing the anti-social part of the street from the normal one in 1999.

Photo : Sandra has a twin sister who name is Sabrina and they really like their doll but this photo is not just about doll, is little bid ironic. Twins are blonde and the most smilar with Czech people in Maticni.

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