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THE AEOLIAN ISLAND ODYSSEY. SICILY (96 photos)
Discover the Sicilian volcanic Islands travelling on board of a wooden traditional sail boat. On board of an amazing two-masted wooden ship Felice Molino, captain of the Sigismondo, is an unforgettable sailor. His powerful rough voice, his legendary barks and his solid Sicilian temper make him one of the most remarkable characters of the Aeolian Islands.
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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
KING CRABS LAYS DOWN THE LAW (26 photos)
From all species of shellfishes, the red King Crab of Norway is of one of the most remarquable and impressive that you might serve. Red King Crabs catches represent only a tiny percentage of the worldwide volume. Only, the northern part of the country thanks to little caoster. Crabs are captured in limited amount.
© E. BERACASSAT/TheReportage.com
THE BLACK GOLD THREATENED (47 photos)
Iran is one of the few country providing wild caviar in total legality. The sturgeons carrying the precious eggs are victims of illegal rogue fishing, which is threatening the race with extinction. Threatened by illegal fishing, the sturgeon will have disappeared from the Caspian Sea within 15 years unless something changes.
© F. Raevens/TheReportage.com     
THE DEEP BLUE BRINGS US HIS TREASURES … (50 photos)
The Mediterranean Sea borders about 15 countries, with a total population of 430 million inhabitants approximately. A true melting pot of cultures. Freckled of islands and bounded by cliffs and long sandy coasts at the same time, the Mediterranean has found its way towards the rest of the world through Gibraltar and Suez.
© H. ESKENAZI/TheReportage.com     
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