City Periscopes

K1mQE2YCwwYfHcJQo3rMfAst7KMkonjjit7vUXmQLdrYyO1jyFIKcolouH0zOjiy0-gvKPtM1ilrll4Z8BoXEC4QkTBonLTa5440Ob_ynz2tofRg7XEjlBBnqv2XZXe1TCDijPZ8TVUU_ls2d3LCiYKXgtiMROwSyGz50M4Sn5jA4nu1nY5JTZYXTvIn Denmark, in the old days, some of the houses had mirrors for the busybodies.

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