Old Dubai, The City That No One Sees • Discoverology

Old Dubai, The City That No One Sees

Cities, Photos

Chilean photographer Gonzalo Palavecino lived in Dubai for a while and, once his connection with photography was restored, he decided to show the “other side” of the apparent opulence of Dubai in a publication called ‘Old Dubai’.

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