Signs of Europe
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|This ad caught my attention in Vienna. I don't know what they are selling.|
|I found this one in Prato. I think this is selling some kind of beauty cure.|
|Also from Prato, this is a clothing ad I think, not a fruit ad.|
|On the window of a shop in Scuol, this is a see-through ad, like those you see wrapped around buses and covering the windows.|
|This one is from one of the Cinque Terre villages. I think it deals with immigration, but I'm not sure which side of the issue it advocates.|
|From a wall in Venice: Death to Israel - Free Palestine.|
|From an art exhibit in Genoa it shows:
Art: Destroyed buildings in Palestine.
Artists: US and Israeli leaders.
Instruments: Tanks, guns, and troops.
|These two squirrels are working out in this City Fitness ad from Vienna|
|This one is here only because it had my name in it. I assume it is telling you that your cellphone will or with not work in the parking garage.|
|This symbol of the Prati district of Rome was on all the trashcans near the Vatican.|
|And speaking of Pratt, the word 'Fahrt' seems to show up often in German. Here is good fart in Vienna ...|
|And extra fart on a trolley car in Zurich.|
|I'm not sure what this campaign was all about, but there were people peering through knotholes on billboards all over Vienna.|
|Another knothole peeker.|
|Sign outside a bar (I assume) in Vienna|
|You must be 18 to drink alcohol in Warsaw.|
|MacDonald's all over Poland carried this ad. The prices are in Zloty and there are about 4 Zloty to the dollar.|
|From a Hot Dogi, Hamburgery, and Pizza shop in Kazimierz, Poland.|