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|CHRISTIANS OF THE RED SEA (59 photos)|
Copts of Egypt or Christians of the red sea.
In the middle of the Arabic desert's desolation, the most ancient of christian monastaries, dedicated to Saint Anthony and Saint Paul. Raised in the IVth century, they shelter coptic monks of whom the encounter is sometimes suprising.
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|TUNISIA: CROSSROAD OF CULTURES (115 photos)|
Tunisia is of Punic and Roman archaeological heritage. Crossroad between the Eastern Empire and the Occident during Antiquity, ancient Tunisia played a very important part and had a strong cultural influence. This past is still present in the abundance of its archeological sites, its historic buildings as well as in its museums filled with exceptional collections of mosaics and objects of Punic, Roman, Numide and Byzantine times.
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|SIMBA OR FALSE LIONS OF SENEGAL (35 photos)|
The Simba, or "false lion dance" is a ritual that dates back to the distant time when Senegal was covered with his cloak of leafy green dense vegetation that housed wild animals like lions, hyenas and gazelles.
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|MOSES OF THE JUNGLE (21 photos)|
Jesuit Ruins in Argentina we still reserve some surprises related to the long period of evangelization (1600-1763) of this part of the continent.
One of the mysteries of these treasures still survives hidden from the public: an alabaster statue of Moses by Michelangelo, and seems to be the original model of the sculpture of the church of San Pietro in Chains in Rome .
Hidden during periods of turmoil, lost and finally rediscovered and the mystery still persists in its origin, its history, its trajectory.
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|RICKSHAW SHOW IN BANGLADESH (62 photos)|
Even if the rickshaw is a means of transportation widely present all over Asia, it has in the case of Bangladesh an unique esthetic approach: the colors and decorations of the rickshaw there are indeed making of this rickshaw the most beautiful one in Asia, but also the most complex one: since about forty years, the rickshaw in Bangladesh saw its patterns, paintings and drawings evolving and changing.
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