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HEMIS_4758099 - Cambodge, province de Kep, la station balnéaire de Kep, statue du crabe nageur bleu, symbole de Kep - GUIZIOU Franck / hemis.fr

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Japan: When a stray cat becomes station manager

In 2004, Kishi station was threatened with closure following financial difficulties. The inhabitants of Kinokawa, fearing that the town would find itself isolated, wanted to keep it in operation at all costs. After numerous layoffs, the new ...

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Larzac: Land of the Templars by Bertrand RIEGER

A stone's throw from the Mediterranean, on the Larzac plateau, nestle five fortified villages where the Templars in the 12th century established the Commandery of Sainte Eulalie de Cernon which includes the villages of La Cavalerie, La Couvertoirade ...

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Normandy: D-Day 80th anniversary

2024 marks the 80th anniversary of D-Day. On June 6 , 1944, the Allies landed on the Normandy beaches whereas the German forces expected a major operation in the Pas de Calais. Between Le Havre and Cherbourg, thousands of tons of bombs were ...

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Pagnol’s Provence by Bertrand GARDEL

April 18, 2024 will mark the 50th anniversary of the death of Marcel Pagnol, famous writer, filmmaker and member of the French Academy, who left an indelible mark in the culture of our country and particularly in Provence, a region to which he is ...

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Favorites, May 2024

Stop on Images : a selection of the latest productions by Hemis photographers.

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The world's most astonishing lighthouses

There are a wide variety of lighthouses around the world. These maritime signalling devices are distinguished by their originality of shape, colour, material... Historic or contemporary, huge or tiny, they often stand watch over breathtaking ...

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Brussels rolls out its carpet of flowers

Since 1971, every 2 years, horticultural artists have taken over the Grand Place in Brussels and created a floral fresco of incredible dimensions on the ground: 70 meters long and 24 meters wide. 400,000 flowers are necessary to create this ...

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It’s working for itinerant commerce by Pascal AVENET

Since the Covid-19 episode and the resulting confinement, but also taking into account environmental issues and the record level of inflation in recent months, we are witnessing an upheaval in consumption habits. While many brands are closing their ...

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In the heart of equestrian Andalusia by Guillaume SOULARUE

The dream hacienda of a French couple united by a passion for horse riding, las Alcabalas is a well-kept Andalusian secret. From this charming oasis to the Royal Andalusian School of Equestrian Art in Jerez de la Frontera, where a high-level ...

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Cannes: A glamorous and authentic escape by Ludovic MAISANT

Once a simple fishing village and today a legend of the French Riviera, Cannes has built its reputation around the 7th art. Its fame is such that it has become the second most famous French city in the world. Over the past ten years, the city has ...

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Vermelho: Portuguese marvel signed Louboutin by Guillaume SOULARUE

An hour and a half south of Lisbon, a peaceful village on the Alentejo coast is home to the famous shoemaker's first charming hotel. A palatial fantasy in the image of its creator: eclectic, subtle and extravagant. An ideal retreat to get some fresh ...

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Haroué: Storks lead castle life by Vincent DAMARIN

For almost ten years, a pair of migratory birds, storks, have taken up residence on one of the chimneys of one of the jewels of the Meurthe et Moselle department: the Haroué castle, built in the 18th century and frequently referred to as the ...

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