Schengen macht frei?

Does Schengen really makes us a free? The performer Sarpinto does not think so, and he sings it out loud. Schengen does not always sound good, it seems…

Sarpinto – Schengen Macht Frei

http://soundcloud.com/sarpinto/sarpinto-schengen-macht-frei

The (haunted) apartments that lead to Schengen

Would you buy a house and never set foot in it (not even when you buy it)? For some Russians, a haunted dwelling in the Baltic Sea is worthy…a Schengen visa!

http://www.presseurop.eu/en/content/article/1001461-apartments-lead-schengen

Putin and the Eurasian Schengen…

A post soviet Schengen? Putin thinks it is a good idea. Whether Russia’s neighbours agree is to be seen…

http://rt.com/politics/promotes-schengen-first-article-991/

A fish called Schengen (border)

 The picture here is an aerial view of land art installation by Polish artist Jaroslaw Koziara as a part of the Land Art Festival on the field between Horodyszcze (Poland) and Warez (Ukraine), which took place over the summer of 2011.  Apparently not only humans try to cross European borders. ..

http://prosrc.corbisimages.com/stock-photo/rights-managed/42-29280312/land-art-project-jaroslaw-koziara

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