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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".
© C. Béné/TheReportage.com
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.
© M. Maliarevsky/TheReportage.com
GERMANY / BERLIN, PHOENIX-CITY (55 photos)
More than 60 years after the downfall of the Third Reich and 20 years after the fall of the wall, the cradle of the two major totalitarian regimes of the 20th century fully assumes its vocation as the “capital of European memory”.
© P. Forget/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     
SISTER SARA AND CAIRO’S FORGOTTEN (60 photos)
Sister Sara has been helping Cairo’s trashmen for more than 30 years now. Since sister Emmanuelle's retirement, her « egyptian sister » has been looking after the Zabaleen (meaning « the people of trash »). For more than 50 years, these men, bended in two, surmounted by a kind of hod, travel through Cairo, an 18 million inhabitant megalopolis. Who are they ? Where are they going ? What are they doing ?
© Ph. DUREUIL/TheReportage.com
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