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Madagascar : a land of contrasts (38 photos)
A large island, a space of abundant vegetation and wildlife. The word « endemic » takes its whole meaning. Between Africa and Asia, the red lands have been fashioned by people from different continents. Madagascan spirits result from this mosaic of cultures.
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MONGOLIA, THE LAND OF BIG SPACE (33 photos)
A surface three times bigger than France and a population of less than three million inhabitants between two immensity like Russia and China: that’s Mongolla. Country of big space, vast steppes inhabited by riders taking care of immense herds; among the last people living in nomad circumstances.
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THE KAILASH MONT, SACRED MOUNTAIN OF ASIA (30 photos)
Located in the middle of Tibet, The Kailash Mountain remained unknown from the occidental world, until the XIX. century. Considered as the centre of the world by the four biggest religions in Asia, it became the object of reverence for thousands of pilgrims.
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STORM OF THE MORNE BRABANT, MAURITIUS (20 photos)
The entrance at the Morne Brabant, huge rocky outcrop gorged with stories and legend, is now prohibited. However, it is still possible to reach its top : each year Mauritians celebrate slavery abolition.
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MUSTANG : WALKING TO A KINGDOM (33 photos)
Mustang is a distortion of the Tibetan name " Mon Thang", "Möns plain" or "borders inhabitants". This tiny kingdom is on the borders of the Nepal, 80 km behind the Annapurna, a valley going up to the Tibet and surrounded with hight montains like the Daulagiri and its highest point at 8167 metres.
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