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DIY fire-fighting

The medieval hilltop town of Barga in
Tuscany is notable for its Fish and Chip
Festival, music events like 'Bargajazz'
and the Opera Barga Festival, for its
cultural links to Scotland (migrants
from Barga ran the ice-cream parlours
of Glasgow for many years), and for its
Cathedral (the only public building I've
seen with its own QR code stuck on the
outside). In common with all Italian
towns and villages, Barga has photogenic side streets and quirky visual moments, like
this fire hydrant: I liked the texture of the walls and the colour combinations; whether
the hydrant actually works is another matter.
The medieval hilltop town of Barga in Tuscany is notable for its Fish and
Chip Festival, music events like 'Bargajazz' and the Opera Barga Festival,
for its cultural links to Scotland (migrants from Barga ran the ice-cream
parlours of Glasgow for many years), and for its Cathedral (the only
public building I've seen with its own QR code stuck on the outside). In
common with all Italian towns and villages, Barga has photogenic side
streets and quirky visual moments, like this fire hydrant: I liked the
texture of the walls and the colour combinations; whether the hydrant
actually works is another matter.
The medieval hilltop town of Barga in
Tuscany is notable for its Fish and Chip
Festival, music events like 'Bargajazz'
and the Opera Barga Festival, for its
cultural links to Scotland (migrants
from Barga ran the ice-cream parlours
of Glasgow for many years), and for its
Cathedral (the only public building I've
seen with its own QR code stuck on the
outside). In common with all Italian
towns and villages, Barga has photogenic side streets and quirky visual moments, like
this fire hydrant: I liked the texture of the walls and the colour combinations;
whether the hydrant actually works is another matter.
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The medieval hilltop town of Barga in Tuscany is notable for its Fish and Chip Festival, music events like 'Bargajazz' and the Opera Barga Festival, for its cultural links to Scotland (migrants from Barga ran the ice-cream parlours of Glasgow for many years), and for its Cathedral (the only public building I've seen with its own QR code stuck on the outside).  In common with all Italian towns and villages, Barga has photogenic side streets and quirky visual moments, like this fire hydrant: I liked the texture of the walls and the colour combinations; whether the hydrant actually works is another matter.   
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