The Milaneser #131

The Milaneser

“Between January 13 and 17, 1985 in a Milan that was returning to normal rhythms after the holidays, the snowflakes that came down thicker and thicker became the biggest snowfall the city would remember. It was called the snowfall of the century, ninety white centimeters of collective memory. For those who were there, that snowfall will always remain a form of nostalgia. For it seems to no longer exist, and we are left only to find it where we can.”