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The story of America, since the arrival of Europeans on the continent, has always been in part about people leaving their homes to get away from prosecution or to find a better life.
If you take a nice walk on a quiet Saturday afternoon in Altona, one of Hamburg’s nicest districts, you would be dazzled for a while, as while walking down the street you will only hear some foreign noises – i.e. the language, the music, and you will see shops offering different middle eastern foods, and shisha.