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|HIKING ON THE ROOF OF MOROCCO (48 photos)|
Here is the heart of the Moroccan Atlas Mountains, the highest peaks of the whole North Africa. A 750km long "roof" stretching towards the Ocean, dividing the sandy Morocco of deserts from the Morocco of the Mediterranean Sea…. In the High Atlas hikers find a true paradise, looking for an ancestral art of living and for traditions that incite you to take the time to stop and talk with the local welcoming and unknown people.
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|MADAGASCAR, A THOUSAND FACES ISLAND (226 photos)|
You could think that Madagascar had many souls and many different identities living together in the same place; actually everything is deeply linked thanks to the inhabitants, the Madagascans. They are approximately 16 million people belonging to 18 different tribes. Their greeting, cordiality as well as their friendship attest a strong will of knowing anyone who lives overseas and comes see their land.
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|SAINT GOTHARD'S TUNNEL : Colossal works for a world record (39 photos)|
In 1997, after almost a 50 years long planning, the works for the longest tunnel of the world (57Km) have started. 10 years later half of the works has been done. Night and day works are carried out by 2200 employees. They dig the mountain using explosives or tunnel boring machines. Once finished, the tunnel will enable a high speed link between Zurich and Milan in order to ease the development of goods’ and persons’ rail transportation. Important benefits, especially for the environment, are expected.
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|AN INUIT EXPERIENCE IN THE ALPS (35 photos)|
Building an igloo and sleeping in it ! As children, the majority of us has, without a doubt, dreamt of life in an igloo. But reality of remote artic villages somehow forced our childhood dream into obscurity.
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