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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     
MOTO TRIP ON THE WORLD ROOF (37 photos)
Crossing the Himalayas with antediluvian bikes (the famous British Royal Enfield 500 of the 50s, now manufactured in Mumbai, India): this is the bet of a few enthusiasts and mountain bike. The raid takes place between July and August (due to the snow) the crews and their machines from Manali English (to 3900 meters) to reach the highest road pass in the world at 5600 m Khardung.
© D. Folch/TheReportage.com
RIDING THE WORLD ON SCOOTERS! (122 photos)
For the last three years, Jérôme and Sophie have been riding over 40 000 miles on their scooters through South America, Asia and the Middle East. During their journey, they have visited many schools and brought back some 50 interviews of children’ daily life.
© J. MAURICE/TheReportage.com
FOREVER CRAZY, GLAMOUR THAN NEVER (93 photos)
24hrs in the heart of the world’s most mythical cabaret. For over 50 years, the Crazy Horse has been glorifying the woman’s body through naughty, inventive and delicate shows. Let’s go in the wings to be convinced?
© F. Raevens/TheReportage.com     
THE ARCHIPELAGO OF THE AZORES (86 photos)
In the Archipelago of the Azores, the island of Faial offers a coloured pallet: the white city, green meadows, blue sea, black sand and the Pico volcano. The port of Horta is an accessible and pleasant stage for the navigators before the crossing of the Atlantic. Each one leaves his signature on the pier of reception of the port, among the thousands of tags. Each one can be found at Peter's Sport Coffee, the meeting spot for sailors to the long course
© P. Plisson/TheReportage.com     
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