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Gold

Chemically, gold is a transition metal, with symbol Au, of which a total of about 200.000 tonnes is in existence above ground. Rather rare. (…) The historical value of gold was rooted in its medium rarity, easy handling and minting, easy smelting, … Continue reading

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Real or imagined

One hundred trillion dollar notes rolling from a cash point… Not the luring image of our annual end of the year’s mega prize draw, but reality, somewhere. Or so it seems. The photo is part of the Bamako Encounters, the African photography … Continue reading

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Eternal spooning

For more than 3500 years they have held each other in the spoon position. Is it exceptionally romantic or does it mean the opposite and is something ‘wrong’ here? This is one of the questions keeping Sofia Voutsaki busy since … Continue reading

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