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FOVEA

The origin of the name of the town Foggia, Italy, derives from the latin “fovea” which means (wheat) “hole”, used to store the wheat since the Middle Ages.

Nowadays there’s only one wheat hole in Foggia, preserved under a glass in a shameless state.

But you can’t say there are no holes at all. Foggia was born from holes and is dying in (another kind of) hole.

 

Credits:
Idea, spotting and photos by Francesca Nobili
Art direction by Francesca Nobili and Lorenzo de Manes
Spotting, driving and Converse by Daniele Bavaro

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@2020 Francesca Nobili