After questioning the borders and connection between our cities with the project Transit, we want to broaden our horizons to the rest of Europe, in particular a border town where the economic differences between it and its neighboring continent are the largest.
We had heard of the deadly stampedes that have occurred in Ceuta, the price paid for its privileged status as a free port and the contact point between the Schengen zone and the African continent.
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