Start your day at America House, join a group, and spend your time trying to photograph interesting objects and interesting people. The quest has no limits; so wear your walking shoes and bring your camera to document your finds.
The event will be in English.
What you will need: camera or cellphone with camera, passport/ driver's licence to enter America House, and good walking shoes. See you there!
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