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CARPATHIAN MONASTERY (50 photos)
Close to the frontier with Moldova and the Ukraine and beyond the fearsome and fabulous realm of Vlad Tepes or Dracula, as some prefer to call him a succession of monasteries emerge between beech forests, rivers, valleys and a number of plains.
© E. Scagnetti/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
FOREVER TATTOO (35 photos)
The big names in the tattoo world meet every year in France Evian-Les-Bains for an international convention. All styles are represented and most eccentric enthusiasts meet there. Events "Tattoo" is increasing in the world over the past twenty years.
© A. Mouthon/TheReportage.com
APULIA, THE DOORS OF ORIENT (55 photos)
Rich and generous, the Apulia is considered a bridge between Occident and Orient. The green hills end up on fine sand beaches or on cliffs extended over the blue Adriatic Sea or the green waters of the Ionic Sea.
© n. vigilanti/TheReportage.com
EUROPEAN CATHEDRALS, THE STONE LADIES (169 photos)
The whole European history spreads out in more than 130 buildings over 25 countries. Masterpieces of human artistry, cleverly put up thanks to exemplary techniques and know-how, these monuments have been built throughout centuries according with historical vicissitudes and available means.
© M. Maliarevsky/TheReportage.com     
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