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1969 Pilot Boat in Italy


published on 1 March 2022 4 -

Found on YouTube. Created by "Footageforpro.com". Recorded on 1969-08-01. Originally published on 2022-03-01.
Archival footage shot by an amateur filmmaker while heading Turkey with a ferry in August 1969.

It contains stock footage of Brindisi, a city in the region of Apulia in southern Italy: passengers relaxing in the deck of the ship, the pilot boat driving the ferry to the port, ships docking in the port, Brindisi waterfront including the Roman pillar marking the end of the Via Appia route, and more.
Brindisi, Italy
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