Around The World Through 8 Quaint Newsstands

Around The World Through 8 Quaint Newsstands
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They may have taken a hit after people switched to digital platforms for their dose of news, but across the world, newsstands are still very much in demand.

OT Staff
November 03 , 2022
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Lately, newsstands have been getting some much needed love and attention as people rediscover the pleasure of reading in print. Here's a look at some of the quaintest newsstands across the world - from tiny ones tucked in narrow streets in Venice to the legendary WH Smiths in UK railway stations.  

A traditional WH Smith newsstand at the Whitby train station in the UK

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 A newsstand in Verona, Italy

 Irkutsk, Russia

A newsstand in Sao Paulo displays publications on the world cup

Since the city is so beautiful, even its newsstands have to follow suit. Tobacconists and newsstands are present at all colorful corners, sandwiched between old historical buildings. 

A newsstand in Brazil's Copacabana neighborhood.

A man picks up a newspaper in the rain at Guangzhou in China

A newsstand in the historic center of the colonial city of Cuernavaca in Mexico


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