Sacromonte: The Wise of the Tribe
The History of the Sacromonte Barrio in Spain

Sacromonte: The Wise of the Tribe - The History of the Sacromonte Barrio in Spain
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Vaughn

Damn! The movie is over and I won't be able to see my new friends I discovered here anymore. I'm leaving though with a song in my heart and the knowledge of another life waiting if I'd choose that path.

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