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HEMIS_3510045 - Côté brésilien de la cascade d'Iguazu, sud du Brésil - Jon Arnold Images/ hemis.fr

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France: Paris at the time of confinement by Tuul and Bruno MORANDI

Paris, city of lights and first tourist destination in the world, has a strange look in these times of pandemic. Order has been given to stay at home. They say we're at war. Bruno and I are not war photographers and yet we have chosen to leave a ...

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France: Gavarnie and Ordesa, the cirques and canyons of the Pyrenees by Franck CHARTON

A grandiose sanctuary between France and Spain, the Mont Perdu border massif is home to natural monuments of incomparable magnitude, such as the Gavarnie cirque or the Ordesa canyon. Discover the most beautiful itineraries, between spectacular walls ...

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France : Notre-Dame de Paris, 1 year later

A year ago, Notre-Dame de Paris cathedral was devastated by a terrible fire. We all keep in mind the images of these thousands of witnesses, both upset and dumbfounded before the disappearance of the framework dating from the Middle Ages and the ...

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French Guiana: The Hmong, a model of integration by Patrick AVENTURIER

The Hmong are a minority, a mountain people, who have been subject to violent persecution for more than forty years by the Laotian government. During the Indochina War, the French solicited the Hmong as former political allies. They instructed the ...

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Favorites, April 2020

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

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France: Cote d'Or, wandering feathers by Pierre WITT

Bird banding is a scientific monitoring tool that allows us to understand and evaluate the modifications and adaptations of bird populations, especially if they are migratory. The Cote d'Or Bird Protection League offers a banding camp open to ...

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