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DISCOVERING FALCONRY IN SOLOGNE - FRANCE (39 photos)
When for the first time Fantomas lands on his glove, a big smile appears on Théophile's face. Diabolo is an Harris hawk, Theo a 12 years old boy discovering falconry, a 35 centuries old art. This child dream has been made possible by the first falconry school opened in continental Europe by a world class falconer in France, in Sologne, ...
© G. LEFRANCQ/TheReportage.com
ISTRIA, LIVING WITNESS OF A MEDITERRANEAN CIVILIZATION (20 photos)
Istria is a Northern peninsula, straddling Croatia and Slovenia. In 1982, we counted 300 000 inhabitants for 3000km2. We distinguish the rocky North East, limestone and poor. In the center, the grey Istrie, a declining farming area.
© D. RIFFET/TheReportage.com
KAIROUAN : JEWELS OF ARAB-MUSLIM ART (64 photos)
The city sprungs up from a fortified camp. Huge ramparts hold the most important Holy city in the Maghreb. Mosques, zaouias and medersas are dispersed all over narrow streets of the Medina and souks. Ochre stone monuments and white wall houses are sumptuous and in total harmony. Open and close at the same time, this city possesses the greatest jewels of the arabic-muslin art and crafts.
© N. Fauqué/TheReportage.com
ISTANBUL GRAND BAZAAR (34 photos)
Istanbul Grand Bazaar. Big indeed ... with more than 4300 boutiques and stalls. It was for centuries the biggest covered market of the world. Enter through one of the 19 doors and step into its maze of little streets and vaulted alleys. Let yourself be carried by the crowd and its moods and you'll probably find the little something that was there waiting for you.
© E. Senao/TheReportage.com
MYANMAR : The Buddhist Monk Land (57 photos)
" The happiness resides in a harmoniously disciplined life ", says the Burmese national proverb, which appears to breathe in every centimetre of the Buddhist temple Shwedagon in Yangoon, ancient capital of this country which the dictatorship calls Myanmar, and which is no more and no less than an extraordinary crossing of cultures between China, India, Thailand and Laos.
© E. Scagnetti/TheReportage.com     
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