Youtube video link of Typhoon Project activities around Greece: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lGE7Zc9rmp0&t=1s
Pygmalion Karatzas Photography was selected by the A.C. Laskaridis Charitable Foundation to document the Typhoon Project in various locations.
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