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Crossing Zones at Milan airports! (x-posted to Activists)

http://viveremilano.biz/---/a-linate-e-malpensa-migliaia-di-libri-parte-il-book-crossing

To translate:

For the next few months, Linate and Malpensa airports will be provided with nine BookCrossing stations, nine libraries in which travelers can leave and take books.

The motto is "Bring a book, take a book," and the idea came to SEA (Società Aeroportuali exercises) in collaboration with the Municipality of Milan and AIE, the Italian Publishers Association. One way to share knowledge for free.

The creators explained that "the project is the release of the books to allow other people to find them, read them and thus continue the 'journey' '.

The "Book Fly Zone", debuted at the Milanese airports of Linate and Malpensa, an initiative organized by SEA with the Association of AIE publishers and the City of Milan in light of the Fair "Books of Time" (April 19 to 23) to promote an exchange of books according to the practice of BookCrossing. The libraries (made of 100 percent recyclable cardboard) are present in the arrivals and departures terminal of Milan Linate and Milan Malpensa (Terminal 1 and Terminal 2).

"The IEA has provided six thousand books for Project" # ioleggoperché", which along with those donated by NoiSea represent the initial allocation."

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http://viveremilano.biz/---/a-linate-e-malpensa-migliaia-di-libri-parte-il-book-crossing/

To translate:

For the next few months, Linate and Malpensa airports will be provided with nine BookCrossing stations, nine libraries in which travelers can leave and take books.

The motto is "Bring a book, take a book," and the idea came to SEA (Società Aeroportuali exercises) in collaboration with the Municipality of Milan and AIE, the Italian Publishers Association. One way to share knowledge for free.

The creators explained that "the project is the release of the books to allow other people to find them, read them and thus continue the 'journey' '.

The "Book Fly Zone", debuted at the Milanese airports of Linate and Malpensa, an initiative organized by SEA with the Association of AIE publishers and the City of Milan in light of the Fair "Books of Time" (April 19 to 23) to promote an exchange of books according to the practice of BookCrossing. The libraries (made of 100 percent recyclable cardboard) are present in the arrivals and departures terminal of Milan Linate and Milan Malpensa (Terminal 1 and Terminal 2).

"The IEA has provided six thousand books for Project" # ioleggoperché", which along with those donated by NoiSea represent the initial allocation."
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Che bello! Thanks for letting us know.
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