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Stany Zjednoczone Europy - NYT (25)

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Schoolchildren in Gdansk, Poland, where the Solidarity union that brought down Communism was born, May 13, 2019. This month's European Parliamentary elections are shaping up as a battle for the soul of the continent -- between those who want more Europe and those who would water it down. In few places are matters more fraught than in Poland. (Andrew Testa/The New York Times)
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Seen from a train, fields in Poland, May 13, 2019. This month's European Parliamentary elections are shaping up as a battle for the soul of the continent -- between those who want more Europe and those who would water it down. In few places are matters more fraught than in Poland. (Andrew Testa/The New York Times)
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Trump and Putin toilet paper in the offices of Gazeta, a liberal Polish newspaper in Warsaw, Poland, May 13, 2019. This month's European Parliamentary elections are shaping up as a battle for the soul of the continent -- between those who want more Europe and those who would water it down. In few places are matters more fraught than in Poland. (Andrew Testa/The New York Times)
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A mass at St. Mary's Church in Gdansk, Poland, May 12, 2019. This month's European Parliamentary elections are shaping up as a battle for the soul of the continent -- between those who want more Europe and those who would water it down. In few places are matters more fraught than in Poland. (Andrew Testa/The New York Times)
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Magdalen Adamowicz, whose husband Pawel Adamowicz, seen in the poster, was murdered while serving as mayor, in Gdansk, Poland, May 12, 2019. Magdalen is running in the European elections after her husband's murder because, as she put it, Europe means "tolerance.'' (Andrew Testa/The New York Times)
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Shipyards in Gdansk, Poland, where the Solidarity union that brought down Communism was born, May 12, 2019. This month's European Parliamentary elections are shaping up as a battle for the soul of the continent -- between those who want more Europe and those who would water it down. In few places are matters more fraught than in Poland. (Andrew Testa/The New York Times)
MINIMALNA CENA 100USD!!!
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Shipyards in Gdansk, Poland, where the Solidarity union that brought down Communism was born, May 12, 2019. This month's European Parliamentary elections are shaping up as a battle for the soul of the continent -- between those who want more Europe and those who would water it down. In few places are matters more fraught than in Poland. (Andrew Testa/The New York Times)
MINIMALNA CENA 100USD!!!
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Shipyards in Gdansk, Poland, where the Solidarity union that brought down Communism was born, May 12, 2019. This month's European Parliamentary elections are shaping up as a battle for the soul of the continent -- between those who want more Europe and those who would water it down. In few places are matters more fraught than in Poland. (Andrew Testa/The New York Times)
MINIMALNA CENA 100USD!!!
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Susanna Ceccardi, right, the mayor of Cascina, and others from the anti-immigrant League party campaign in Cortona, Italy, May 11, 2019. As mayor, she has promised to fight the "bureaucrats in Brussels," hired private security to remove immigrant hawkers and given every Italian woman pepper spray. (Andrew Testa/The New York Times)
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Supporters of the far-right, anti-immigrant League party during a campaign event at a discotheque in the seaside town of Cecina, Italy, May 11, 2019. For many in the new generation, the idea of Europe has become synonymous with austerity and the perils of open borders. (Andrew Testa/The New York Times)
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Susanna Ceccardi, the mayor of Cascina and a rising figure in the anti-immigrant League party, at a debate in Regello, Italy, May 11, 2019. As mayor, she has promised to fight the "bureaucrats in Brussels," hired private security to remove immigrant hawkers and given every Italian woman pepper spray. (Andrew Testa/The New York Times)
MINIMALNA CENA 100USD!!!
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The Rev. Elvis Ragusa prays at a parishioners' home in Cascina, Italy, May 10, 2019. Cascina had voted for the left for seven decades. But three years ago, it became the first Tuscan town to switch allegiance to the hard-right, anti-immigrant League party. "I grew up with that idea that Europe was our future," Ragusa recalls. (Andrew Testa/The New York Times)
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A teachers' strike in Reims, France, May 9, 2019. This month's European Parliamentary elections are shaping up as a battle for the soul of the continent -- between those who want more Europe and those who would water it down. (Andrew Testa/The New York Times)
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A tower block in a poor area of Reims, France, May 9, 2019. This month's European Parliamentary elections are shaping up as a battle for the soul of the continent -- between those who want more Europe and those who would water it down. (Andrew Testa/The New York Times)
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Jeremy Klein, an electrician, and his daughter Luna, at their apartment in Reims, France, May 8, 2019. Klein said he struggles despite 60-hour work weeks, and blames European integration, particularly the arrival of former Soviet-bloc countries. "It is not a fair Europe. I don't feel European at all. I am French, only French." (Andrew Testa/The New York Times)
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Guy Funfrock, a Yellow Vest protester, in Reims, France, May 8, 2019. To many in the gilets jaunes movement, Europe embodies everything they have come to hate: shuttered factories, stagnating wages and a young banker-turned-president who champions deeper integration, Emmanuel Macron. (Andrew Testa/The New York Times)
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A pedestrian bridge across the Rhine River to Germany, in Strasbourg, France, a city that is the seat of the European Parliament, May 8, 2019. This month's European Parliamentary elections are shaping up as a battle for the soul of the continent -- between those who want more Europe and those who would water it down. (Andrew Testa/The New York Times)
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Guy Funfrock occupies a roundabout with fellow Yellow Vest protesters in Reims, France, May 8, 2019. To them, Europe embodies everything they have come to hate: shuttered factories, stagnating wages and a young banker-turned-president who champions deeper integration, Emmanuel Macron. (Andrew Testa/The New York Times)
MINIMALNA CENA 100USD!!!
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Factory workers in Kehl, Germany, a town on the border with France, May 7, 2019. Even in this contented town where the streets are clean, the cars are big and unemployment is low, the far-right Alternative for Germany has signs with the slogan, "Secure the Borders!" (Andrew Testa/The New York Times)
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A flower market in Kehl, Germany, a town on the border with France, May 7, 2019. Even in this contented town where the streets are clean, the cars are big and unemployment is low, the far-right Alternative for Germany has signs with the slogan, "Secure the Borders!" (Andrew Testa/The New York Times)
MINIMALNA CENA 100USD!!!
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Elens Borisova, a Bulgarian living in Germany who supports the far-right, anti-immigration Alternative for Germany party in Kehl, Germany, May 7, 2019. Even in this contented town on the French border where the streets are clean, the cars are big and unemployment is low, the far-right party has signs with the slogan, "Secure the Borders!" (Andrew Testa/The New York Times)
MINIMALNA CENA 100USD!!!
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The Cathedral Notre Dame de Strasbourg, in Strasbourg, France, a city that sits on the border with Germany and is the seat of the European Parliament, May 7, 2019. This month's European Parliamentary elections are shaping up as a battle for the soul of the continent -- between those who want more Europe and those who would water it down. (Andrew Testa/The New York Times)
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Rita Lemmel, the daughter of a German prisoner of war who married a French factory worker, in Strasbourg, France, May 7, 2019. Lemmel has French and German passports, lives in France, works in Germany. She and her parents dream of a United States of Europe, American-style. (Andrew Testa/The New York Times)
MINIMALNA CENA 100USD!!!
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Syrian refugees watching a Champions League semifinal celebrate a Liverpool goal, at a street cafe in Strasbourg, France, May 7, 2019. This month's European Parliamentary elections are shaping up as a battle for the soul of the continent -- between those who want more Europe and those who would water it down. (Andrew Testa/The New York Times)
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The view from the city hall building in Strasbourg, France, a city that sits on the border with Germany and is the seat of the European Parliament, May 6, 2019. This month's European Parliamentary elections are shaping up as a battle for the soul of the continent -- between those who want more Europe and those who would water it down. (Andrew Testa/The New York Times)
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