新闻镜头 / 2014-7-13

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Ancient graffiti to street art: Rome walls tell a story Scribbling emotions on walls has been a tradition in Rome going back thousands of years and even the word "graffiti" was first used for markings found in the ruins of Pompeii. The modern version could be the scrawls seen in maternity wards in the Italian capital: "Get a move on, auntie's waiting!", "Chiara is born!", "Welcome little Mattia!". From wealthy neighbourhoods in the city's north to working class suburbs in the south, Romans are not shy about scrawling on walls -- often with phrases in local dialect. IMAGES AND SOUNDBITES
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罗马 拉齐奥(意大利) 意大利中部 意大利 南欧 欧洲(大陆)
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涂鸦 艺术 文化 历史镜头 新闻镜头 法新社

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