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Italiano: Anarchist monument in Pozzuoli with a quote of Errico Malatesta: "Ciò che più importa è che il popolo, gli uomini tutti, perdano gli istinti e le abitudini pecorili che la millenaria schiavitù ha loro ispirato ed apprendano a pensare ed agire liberamente. Gli anarchici."
English: Anarchist monument in Pozzuoli with a quote of Errico Malatesta: "What matters most is that people, all men, loose their sheepish instincts and habits that the millennial slavery inspired them, and they learn to think and act freely. The anarchists."
Français : Monument en mémoire des anarchistes à Pouzzoles, avec une citation d'Errico Malatesta : "Le plus important, c'est que le peuple, l'humanité entière, perdent l'instinct et les habitudes soumises inspirées par des millénaires d'esclavage, et qu'ils apprennent à penser et à agir librement." Les Anarchistes.
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Author Kikuyu3
Camera location40° 49′ 32.99″ N, 14° 07′ 11.42″ E Kartographer map based on OpenStreetMap.View this and other nearby images on: OpenStreetMap - Google Earthinfo

Pozzuoli, via Roma, close to the Roman Macellum (a.k.a. Temple of Serapis)


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