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Vietnam: The Northern Roads

Vietnam: the roads of the North

From its northern borders close to the Chinese and Laotian borders to its famous Ha Long Bay, northern Vietnam deploys a territory 600 kilometers wide and crisscrossed by the Black River and the Red River. ...

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Eiffel Aerodynamics: A breathtaking laboratory by Bertrand GARDEL

While we are going to celebrate the centenary of the disappearance of Gustave Eiffel, who would imagine that a laboratory, created by the brilliant engineer in 1912, could cross the century until reaching us in perfect working order. And yet, this ...

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Favorites,J February 2023

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

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Caillebotte Vegetable garden: The passion of a garden painter by Carmen BAREA

"In 1877, Gustave Caillebotte painted one of his emblematic paintings: The Gardeners. The painter loved handling his brushes as much as working the earth. An authentic garden painter. The first time I saw Caillebotte's work at the museum d'Orsay, I ...

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Chédigny : It is an extraordinary garden! par Pascal AVENET

The only village in France to have obtained the coveted label of remarkable garden, Chédigny has gradually metamorphosed at the end of the 1990s with its streets planted with a thousand roses, nearly three hundred varieties of shrubs, three ...

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Gardens of Giverny: The perpetual paradise of Claude Monet

The gardens of Claude Monet's house in Giverny are today a place of pilgrimage for tourists from all over the world. For 43 years the painter created an original garden that was a powerful source of inspiration. Visiting this place allows to ...

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Sine Saloum, the enchanted paradise of Senegal by Guillaume SOULARUE

South of Dakar, the Sine Saloum delta spreads a gentle serenity over its mangroves, islands, migratory bird sanctuaries and traditional bush villages. The shellfish island of Fadiouth and its famous cemetery where Catholic and Muslim tombs coexist ...

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Montreal: Open-air museum by Philippe RENAULT

Today there are hundreds of them and their number continues to increase. Montreal has become a go-to destination for street art featuring monumental murals. From graffiti to stencil, from mosaic to collage, from installations to murals, street art ...

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Al Ula: Wonder of Arabia by Tuul and Bruno MORANDI

A new wind is blowing in Saudi Arabia which wants to make Al Ula the new showcase of its openness to the world. Long forbidden for religious reasons, rediscovered by the English writer Charles Doughty in 1876, the site of Hegra, listed as world ...

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Louis XV: The Beloved King exhibited at Versailles by Arnaud CHICUREL

If clandestine and morally offensive affairs brought opprobrium to the "Beloved King", nickname given to Lous XV after his miraculous recovery in 1744, he left the country more prosperous than when he was born and embellished many monuments. The ...

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Portrait - Jean-Marc Rochette, the recluse of Ailefroide by Pierre WITT

The thermometer indicated -11°C on this early morning in January. After the last house in Saint-Christophe-en-Oisans, at an altitude of 1700 m, the road going up the upper Vénéon valley was no longer cleared of snow because of the risk of ...

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Glasgow Arty by Grégory GERAULT

The recent reopening of the Burrel Collection, the Mackintosh style, the vibrant pulse of a city reinventing itself: three good reasons to spend a weekend in Glasgow. Glasgow has a false air of an American city, the streets go up and down crossing ...

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