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In this Dec. 11, 2012 photo, Nicolas Gomez makes a violin with recycled materials at his home in the Cateura, a vast landfill outside Paraguay's capital of Asuncion, Paraguay. Gomez, a trash picker and former carpenter, was asked by Favio Chavez, the creator of ìThe Orchestra of Instruments Recycled From Cateura," to make instruments out of materials from the dump to help keep the younger kids occupied. ìI only studied until the fifth grade because I had to go work breaking rocks in the quarries,î said Gomez, 48. (AP Photo/Jorge Saenz)

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In this Dec. 11, 2012 photo, Nicolas Gomez makes a violin with recycled materials at his home in the Cateura, a vast landfill outside Paraguay's capital of Asuncion, Paraguay. Gomez, a trash picker and former carpenter, was asked by Favio Chavez, the creator of  ìThe Orchestra of Instruments Recycled From Cateura," to make instruments out of materials from the dump to help keep the younger kids occupied.  ìI only studied until the fifth grade because I had to go work breaking rocks in the quarries,î said Gomez, 48. (AP Photo/Jorge Saenz)
In this Dec. 11, 2012 photo, Nicolas Gomez makes a violin with recycled materials at his home in the Cateura, a vast landfill outside Paraguay's capital of Asuncion, Paraguay. Gomez, a trash picker and former carpenter, was asked by Favio Chavez, the creator of ìThe Orchestra of Instruments Recycled From Cateura," to make instruments out of materials from the dump to help keep the younger kids occupied. ìI only studied until the fifth grade because I had to go work breaking rocks in the quarries,î said Gomez, 48. (AP Photo/Jorge Saenz)
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