“A boundary indicates a shared limit, a separation between adjacent spaces. It is also a way to peacefully define the property right of each and every one in contended territories. A frontier represents the end of a land. The last border beyond which to venture use to mean to go beyond superstition, against the will of the gods, beyond what is right and permitted and towards the unknowable that may have sparked their envy. To cross a frontier is to move into a territory made of harsh, hard, difficult lands inhabited by dangerous monsters, which need to be fought against. It means getting out of a familiar, known and reassuring space and getting into a space of uncertainty. This passage beyond frontiers also mutates the character of individuals: beyond it, you become a foreigner, an immigrant. Not only different for others, but even for yourself.” Piero Zanini – The meanings of borders.