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CHRISTIAN PILGRIMAGE IN THE ISLAMIC REPUBLIC OF IRAN (29 photos)
Three days spent with Christians according to the armenians traditions, free from the Islamic rules. Saint Thaddée, first apostle, was in charge to spread Jesus message. He would have been in agony where the monastery is now set up. Since July 2008, the place is part of the world heritage.
© f. Dany/TheReportage.com
CERN / LHC :ON THE TRACK OF BOSON DE HIGGS (57 photos)
The LHC is big on the way to a fundamental discovery in physics. The large Hadron collider -LHC- is a particle accelerator that will take soundings in the substance deeper than ever. It will permit in the end collisions of proton beams with an energy of 14 TeV.
© L. Flusin/TheReportage.com     
DEVADASIS PROSTITUTES OF GOD (20 photos)
Devadasis, literally "dasi," slave, and "deva," of God, are young girls who, at an early age, are married off by their families to the goddess Yelamma. These girls can never marry, but dedicate their lives to being the incarnation of free and unlimited love, based on the Tantric principles, which regard sex as a mystic experience.
© I. GARMENDIA/TheReportage.com     
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.
© J. NICOLAS/TheReportage.com
ZANZIBAR, A WINDOW ON HUMANITY (114 photos)
For centuries, the old "boutres", sailing boats have been crossing the Indian Ocean turquoise waters in search of a miraculous fishing. Zanzibar, this mythical archipelago at the edge of the African continent bathes in the heat of the Indian Ocean and the smell of spices.
© R. Colombo/TheReportage.com
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