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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
THE LION KINGS OF MEDINA - SENEGAL (64 photos)
To be a "boy Medina", a local youth, is at the same time an honor and a duty. An unknown good-for-nothing would fast be tracked down, the Baye Fall stay up ! Medina also has its Kings : "Simbel" or "Gaïndés", the lion-kings. Every time they invest a sector, fear, joy, jubilation, even madness spread into the streets. All began with a legend, a myth, a story like some griots tell in the villages of the bush.
© C. Béné/TheReportage.com
UNESCO - LAVAUX, THE LAND OF VINEYARDS ON TERRACES AND OF THE THREE SUNS... ( Switzerland ) (93 photos)
Lavaux is a picturesque region telling a long history and many traditions. On this hillside you will find a large variety of grounds and micro-climates that allow winemakers to draw on their know-how to produce a wide range of wines within all the 8 registered designations of origin. Lavaux, men’s land plentiful of tourism infrastructures, calls upon its visitors to discover its beauties throughout viticulture paths and other circuits.
© R. Colombo/TheReportage.com
THE SALTON SEA, CALIFORNIA's FIRST CLIMATE VICTIM (32 photos)
A desert landscape; abandoned crumbling hotels; dry swimming pools; dead palm trees; a salty lake with white salt-encrusted beaches and dead fish. Welcome to the Salton Sea, an apocalyptic place in the forgotten southeast corner of California.
© R. de Hommel/TheReportage.com
Peace Process in turkish Kurdistan (63 photos)
The end of the PKK's armed struggle against the Turkish state has been officially announced to the people in Diyarbakir. Its leader, Mr Öcalan had negotiated with Ankara that the PKK guerrillas withdrew from Turkey. On the ground, the big question is whether the Peshmerga will happen in Iraq with or without their weapons. And wait to see the counterparty. It speaks of the "Peace Process" to all street corners.
© A. Mouthon/TheReportage.com
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