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Japanese photographer reveals how he discovered Romania after the Revolution and fell in love with it

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In the summer of 1990, Japanese student Norihiro Haruta was on his first visit to Romania. He came to Eastern Europe looking to see the region that had experienced a wave of revolutions a year before. After a first stop in Berlin, a three-day train trip brought him to Bucharest, a city he captured in its first post-revolution year. He tells Romania-Insider.com about his first visit to Romania and how he experienced the country during his visits.

Norihiro (Nori) Haruta started taking photos when he was a college student while traveling on holidays. 

Source: Romania Insider

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