Pozoblanco, Spain - 1930s - This photograph shows an image of an old altar dedicated to Mary Help of Christians, in the Salesian school chapel in Pozoblanco (Córdoba). The date of the document is not known precisely, but it seems that the photograph was taken around the 1930s. The church in which the altar is located was opened in 1931, blessed by the parish priest of Pozoblanco, Fr Antonio María Rodríguez Blanco, a former student of the Salesian school in Utrera. The architect was Juan Bautista Caballero.

Farnières, Belgiun – 1929 – The entrance to the horticulture school in Farnières, Grand-Halleux, run by the Salesians. The Farnières building was completed in 1929 at the request of Baron Fernand Orban de Xivry and is the work of architect Octave Flanneau. Arcose stone, a type of stone typical of the region in which the building stands, was used to construct the façade. 

Vienna, Austria – 1916 – This photograph dates back to 1916 and depicts a group of children eating at the outdoor tables of the canteen at the "Salesianum" in Vienna. In the courtyard, along with the little ones, there are also some Salesians.

Namaacha, Mozambique - 1968/69 - A group of students from the school in Namaacha are immortalised in this shot posted on the Facebook page of the Salesians in Portugal, together with teachers and Salesians. Seen in the centre, in the first row, are Fr Manuel Júlio Pinho, Fr Benedito Nunes, Provincial, and Fr Júlio dos Santos Rosa, among others.

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