What Do We Leave Behind?

S h i p w r e c k. Hundreds of years ago a storm left its mark. Who were the adventurers? No one can tell. What do we leave behind? A pile of plastic? Or works of art – craftsmanship generations will admire? Can anyone tell what we did for our living?

– Maria Lehtman

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    • Thank you, my friend! The old reck of the Palawan-ship in the video is estimated to have burned down in September 1932. Hanko was a famous harbor town for a long time. Now it is a touristic site during the summer with yachts and tall ships race stopping by. Very quiet during winter seasons. Times change.

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