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QUEBEC, AN ADVENURE ON THE WHITE SIDE OF LIFE (64 photos)
150 miles north of Quebec city, Lake Saint-John is nestling in a mountainous bosky bower. It stretches its waters so far that you could easily presume it is an inland sea. You are mistaken though because it flows into the Saint-Lawrence River through the Saguenay River and Fjord.
© C. Mahaux/TheReportage.com
MOGADISHU, HOPE RESTORED ? (22 photos)
After more than 20 years of fierce civil war, Mogadishu lives its longest peace period.The army of the government suppirted by 17.000 african union soldiers has repelled "al shebab" the islamist milicias out of the city. The inhabitants, forgotten for decades by the reste of the world, can taste freedom again.
© T. Dandois/TheReportage.com
CUBA LIBRE (72 photos)
Cuba - the largest island in the Caribbean, is one of the worlds last bastions of communism. The Caribbean island tempts many travelers with its warm azure waters and perfect beaches. The water ranges from pale aqua to deep sapphire, the spectrum changing hourly as the relentless Cuban sun sweeps across the island sky.
© J. Sarran/TheReportage.com
HACIENDAS REVIVAL IN MEXICO (65 photos)
After years of decay, some haciendas come back to their splendor, thanks to new owners or hotel businesses, making Merida and around a great destination for colonial architecture
© E. Sander/TheReportage.com     
THE FORGOTTEN FORTRESSES OF KAIPING (69 photos)
At Kaiping and its surroundings in the province of Canton (Guangzhou, South China), subtropical region, a country of monsoon stand architectures fortified towers quite amazing, called Diaolou. These towers shuttered, usually topped terraces and domes of Baroque inspiration European overlooking bucolic landscapes and wetlands where farmers still work with bare hands in ricefield.
© P. Wang/TheReportage.com
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