The City of Innsbruck promoted a touring exhibition to show the diversity among Tyrol’s inhabitants through their portraits. Tyroleans have one thing in common: they all have a migrant background. On the front, it is shown the story of the person, who is displayed on the back. In this way, visitors first read the story and then see the protagonist’s portrait. The exhibition is focused on the diversity in Tyrol and it shows how migration is part of the history of Tyrol.

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