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|BREEDER, HIS COW AND THE TRACTOR. (64 photos)|
A history of genetics.
Guided by the productivist agriculture, livestock in general and cattle in particular based on genetic selection, the "improvement" of the race here, the Holstein. Agricultural competitions mark the year all over the country. The agricultural world is proud to exhibit the fruit of his labor. It is also a time of intense sociability and openness to the public sector of a changing economy. New generations moved to the head of operations.
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|THE MAYA'S CHOCOLATE (33 photos)|
Chuao, Venezuela, is where the finest cocoa beans in the world are grown. The same cocoa that the Mayas were consuming, the Mayas who were the inventors of the Chocolate..
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|- 200 M€ : EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT, MEET ITS INCONSISTENCIES. (30 photos)|
An immense logistic and bureaucratic machine works each month to move to Strasbourg and to return to Brussels 4 days later. This operation engages the removal of 3.000 boxes, uses 8 trucks and all that costs 200 million euros / year to Europeans.
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|FANTASIA-SAHRAOUI MOROCCO (57 photos)|
Fantasia is a traditional equestrian performance practiced during cultural festivals in Morocco,and occurs traditionally to close up berber wedding celebration in Maghreb. Fantasia is an imported name, the actual traditional term used is "Game of gunpowder".
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|CYPRIUS, ISLAND OF LOVE (36 photos)|
According to legend, Aphrodite, goddess of love, was born from the foam at a point where the water flows over rocks on the coast of Paphos. This is why Cyprus was called the "island of love", a charm that would continue long through legends as throughout history.
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