Two Swiss photographers, Alban Kakulya and Yann Mingard, travelled the length of the EU's new frontier in the east, from the Adriatic to the Baltic. The result is a unique visual record of a frontier that has been the subject of two world wars and numerous attempts to redraw lines on maps. The photographs on this spread (except for the one of Cyprus) are a result of this collaboration
(Photograph) - Two men meet at the border of Lithuania and the Russian enclave of Kaliningrad (main picture); the Kurzynice Bridge between Poland and Belarus (far left); a sign in Estonia on its border with Russia (left); the Green Line divides Nicosia, Cyprus, in two, with barriers blocking the streets, and will become the EU boundary if a plan to reunite Cyprus is not accepted (below far left); a Latvian border patrol guards the frontier with Russia (below left).
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