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Made in China Container Harbor Aerial...
Tsing Yi Island, Container Terminal
By Miguel Candela
30 Mar 2018

Aerial view of container terminal in Hong Kong. The Hong Kong Container Terminals is the sixth busiest container port in the world. It handled over 20 million TEUs in 2017.

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Aerial (Drone) Shot Hong Kong, China,...
Tsing Yi Island, Container Terminal
By Miguel Candela
30 Mar 2018

Aerial view of container terminal in Hong Kong. The Hong Kong Container Terminals is the sixth busiest container port in the world. It handled over 20 million TEUs in 2017.

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Aerial (Drone) Shot Hong Kong, China,...
Tsing Yi Island, Container Terminal
By Miguel Candela
30 Mar 2018

Aerial view of container terminal in Hong Kong. The Hong Kong Container Terminals is the sixth busiest container port in the world. It handled over 20 million TEUs in 2017.

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Aerial (Drone) Shot Hong Kong, China,...
Tsing Yi Island, Container Terminal
By Miguel Candela
30 Mar 2018

Aerial view of container terminal in Hong Kong. The Hong Kong Container Terminals is the sixth busiest container port in the world. It handled over 20 million TEUs in 2017.

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Aerial (Drone) Shot Hong Kong, China,...
Tsing Yi Island, Container Terminal
By Miguel Candela
30 Mar 2018

Aerial view of container terminal in Hong Kong. The Hong Kong Container Terminals is the sixth busiest container port in the world. It handled over 20 million TEUs in 2017.

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Aerial (Drone) Shot Hong Kong, China,...
Tsing Yi Island, Container Terminal
By Miguel Candela
30 Mar 2018

Aerial view of container terminal in Hong Kong. The Hong Kong Container Terminals is the sixth busiest container port in the world. It handled over 20 million TEUs in 2017.

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Aerial (Drone) Shot Hong Kong, China,...
Tsing Yi Island, Container Terminal
By Miguel Candela
30 Mar 2018

Aerial view of container terminal in Hong Kong. The Hong Kong Container Terminals is the sixth busiest container port in the world. It handled over 20 million TEUs in 2017.

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Aerial (Drone) Shot Hong Kong, China,...
Tsing Yi Island, Container Terminal
By Miguel Candela
30 Mar 2018

Aerial view of container terminal in Hong Kong. The Hong Kong Container Terminals is the sixth busiest container port in the world. It handled over 20 million TEUs in 2017.

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Aerial (Drone) Shot Hong Kong, China,...
Tsing Yi Island, Container Terminal
By Miguel Candela
30 Mar 2018

Aerial view of container terminal in Hong Kong. The Hong Kong Container Terminals is the sixth busiest container port in the world. It handled over 20 million TEUs in 2017.

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Aerial (Drone) Shot Hong Kong, China,...
Tsing Yi Island, Container Terminal
By Miguel Candela
30 Mar 2018

Aerial view of container terminal in Hong Kong. The Hong Kong Container Terminals is the sixth busiest container port in the world. It handled over 20 million TEUs in 2017.

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Political Crisis and Transition - The...
Banjul
By Xaume Olleros
28 Mar 2018

A constitutional crisis in the Gambia started after the presidential elections on 1 December 2016, and ended with the outgoing president Yahya Jammeh being forced to step down in favour of his elected successor Adama Barrow on 21 January 2017, after resistance. Although long-serving incumbent President Yahya Jammeh initially accepted the surprising victory of Adama Barrow, he rejected the election results eight days later. Jammeh called for the election to be annulled and appealed to the Supreme Court. Troops were subsequently deployed in the capital Banjul and Serekunda. After ECOWAS delegates failed to persuade Jammeh to step down, a coalition of military forces from Senegal, Nigeria, and Ghana invaded the Gambia on 19 January 2017 to compel him to relinquish power. Two days later, Jammeh surrendered presidential duties in favour of Barrow and left the country to exile in Equatorial Guinea.

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Ameri House
kashan
By Pantea Naghavi Anaraki
14 Mar 2018

The Āmeri House (Persian: خانهٔ عامری‌ها‎, translit. Khāneh-ye 'Āmerihā) is a historic house in Kashan, in Isfahan Province, in Iran.
It was built during the Zand era for Āghā 'Āmeri, the governor of Kashan, who was responsible for maintaining the security of the route between Tehran and Kerman.
Covering an area of 9,000 square metres (97,000 sq ft), it includes seven courtyards. The house is one of several large spectacular old houses in the central district of Kashan. Like the other houses around it, it was rebuilt in the 19th century, after the city was ravaged by a series of massive earthquakes in the 18th century.
The house is now a public museum, and is protected by Iran's Cultural Heritage Organization.

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Chasing Druze reincarnations on Mount...
Beirut
By Benas Gerdziunas
05 Mar 2018

Nibal remembers, like many others do; he remembers his violent death in Lebanon’s 15 year long civil war. Just three years old, Nibal guided his family to the ‘previous’ home on Mount Lebanon. Inside, he knew the names and stories of each person in his ‘old family.’ “He remembers,” Nibal’s friends introduced him. The two ominous words echoe from mouth to mouth among the Druze, without the heavy weight of what to some others may seem as an antiquated spiritual hearsay. Belief in reincarnation, or ‘Taqamus’ in Arabic - loosely translated as ‘wearing another shirt’ - forms a big part of the Druze minority in Lebanon, who have historically escaped persecution in the fortress-like terrain on Mount Lebanon, and managed to coexist under succession of rulers since the faith’s split from Islam in the 11th century. Some historians even attribute Fakhr-Al-Din, the Druze leader in the 17th century, as the founder of modern Lebanon. The religion itself remains submerged in secrecy, with its teaching available only to those who embark on a life-long path of becoming a sheikh. In the wake of Lebanon’s 15 year old civil war, a generation of children grew up remembering their violent deaths. Far from sporadic instances, people like Nibal grew up studying their ‘previous’ lives, questioning how much of that knowledge influenced their present-life decisions. During my six month stay in Lebanon, I met various individuals among the Druze religious and cultural community, and explored the historic Mount Lebanon areas. After an initial meeting, I’m maintaining contact with the Druze Council Minister of Culture, whose 24 year old son is currently hospitalised with cancer. The philosophy of reincarnation has historically made the Druze into fearsome fighters, and in today’s world, has helped families confront death. For this photoessay / long-form story, I am focusing on one aspect of the Druze faith - the unwavering belief in reincarnation. To supplement the interviews and observations, I have studied Druze history, as well as the religious beliefs available to the public.

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Minab Market
Panjshambe Bazaar”
By Pantea Naghavi Anaraki
04 Mar 2018

The Market In Minab Is Held Every Thursday.

The “Panjshambe Bazaar” attracts people from all over the Hormozgan region of southern Iran. And amid the Farsi dialect of Minabi, other languages spoken here include Arabic and Urdu.These women wanted a photo of the baby only, until I showed them the image on camera. Amazed – by technology, they then posed for me, giggling, enjoying the attention of onlookers. Everyone seemingly, bewildered by this “event”.

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Historical places in Kashan
kashan
By Pantea Naghavi Anaraki
04 Mar 2018

Here you can see all sightseeings and Historical places in Kashan city.

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Tabiat Bridge
Tehran
By Pantea Naghavi Anaraki
03 Mar 2018

This is long exposure photos of famous and modern buildings in tehran

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kashan
By Pantea Naghavi Anaraki
03 Mar 2018

Here you can seen all historical places in Kashan City, one of the most important cities in Iran.

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Tracing Beirut's Faultlines
beirut
By Benas Gerdziunas
02 Mar 2018

Almost three decades have passed since the end of Lebanon’s civil war. Beirut, however, remains locked in a post-conflict state, submerged in an urban psychosis. Fuelled by expandable refugee labour from neighbouring Syria, and funded by mass private wealth and fleeing public sector, Beirut is again harbouring the same social conditions preluding previous conflicts. Newfound wealth has divided the emerging elites from impoverished peripheries, and entrenched the power of the once warlords, now made into suited parliamentarians.

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Sah Abbas the first Tomb
kashan
By Pantea Naghavi Anaraki
28 Feb 2018

Here you can see all sightseeing and Historical places in Kashan city.here is tomb of one of the most famous and greatest kings of Iran.

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fin garden
kashan
By Pantea Naghavi Anaraki
27 Feb 2018

Here you can see all sightseeings and Historical places in Kashan city.Fin garden located at kashan city , many centuries ago Mr,Amir Kabir minister of King Naseredin Shah was killed here in this Bathroom. Amir Kabir was the first man who established Daro al fonon School in Tehran city. He was a effective

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fin garden
kashan
By Pantea Naghavi Anaraki
24 Feb 2018

Here you can see all sightseeings and Historical places in Kashan city.Fin garden located at kashan city , many centuries ago Mr,Amir Kabir minister of King Naseredin Shah was killed here in this Bathroom. Amir Kabir was the first man who established Daro al fonon School in Tehran city. He was a effective

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borojerddiha House
kashan
By Pantea Naghavi Anaraki
23 Feb 2018

The house was built in 1857 by architect Ustad Ali Maryam for the wife of Seyyed Mehdi Borujerdi, a wealthy merchant. The wife came from the affluent Tabatabaei family; Seyyed Mehdi fall in love with her, and comissioned the building of this house for her.

It consists of a rectangular courtyard between a main living area (to the south) and an entrance area. It features wall paintings by the royal painter Sani ol molk, and three 40-meter-tall wind towers (two above the living area and one over the entrance area) which help cool the house to unusually cool temperatures. The main hall (reception hall) is topped by a khishkhan-type central dome, part of a geometric sculptural roofscape that has been compared to Gaudí's Casa Milà.[1][2] It has 3 entrances, and all the classic signatures of traditional Persian residential architecture, such as a biruni yard (exterior yard) and a daruni yard (andarun, interior yard). The house took eighteen years to build, using 150 craftsmen

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Sultan Amir Ahmad Bathhouse
kashan
By Pantea Naghavi Anaraki
22 Feb 2018

Hammam-e Sultan Amir Ahmad), also known as the Qasemi Bathhouse, is a traditional Iranian public bathhouse in Kashan, Iran. It was constructed in the 16th century, during the Safavid era; however, the bathhouse was damaged in 1778 as a result of an earthquake and was renovated during the Qajar era. The bathhouse is named after Imamzadeh Sultan Amir Ahmad, whose mausoleum is nearby.

Sultan Amir Ahmad Bathhouse, with an area of around 1000 square meters, consists of two main parts: the sarbineh (dressing hall) and garmkhaneh (hot bathing hall). The sarbineh is a large octagonal hall and has an octagonal pool in the middle, separated by 8 pillars from the outer section. There are four pillars in the garmkhaneh, which make smaller bathing rooms all around as well as the entrance section to the khazineh (final bathing room) in the middle. The interior of the bathhouse is decorated with turquoise and gold tilework, plasterwork, brickwork, as well as artistic paintings. The roof of the bathhouse is made of multiple domes that contain convex glasses to provide sufficient lighting to the bathhouse while concealing it from the outside

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Sultan Amir Ahmad Bathhouse
kashan
By Pantea Naghavi Anaraki
22 Feb 2018

Hammam-e Sultan Amir Ahmad), also known as the Qasemi Bathhouse, is a traditional Iranian public bathhouse in Kashan, Iran. It was constructed in the 16th century, during the Safavid era; however, the bathhouse was damaged in 1778 as a result of an earthquake and was renovated during the Qajar era. The bathhouse is named after Imamzadeh Sultan Amir Ahmad, whose mausoleum is nearby.

Sultan Amir Ahmad Bathhouse, with an area of around 1000 square meters, consists of two main parts: the sarbineh (dressing hall) and garmkhaneh (hot bathing hall). The sarbineh is a large octagonal hall and has an octagonal pool in the middle, separated by 8 pillars from the outer section. There are four pillars in the garmkhaneh, which make smaller bathing rooms all around as well as the entrance section to the khazineh (final bathing room) in the middle. The interior of the bathhouse is decorated with turquoise and gold tilework, plasterwork, brickwork, as well as artistic paintings. The roof of the bathhouse is made of multiple domes that contain convex glasses to provide sufficient lighting to the bathhouse while concealing it from the outside

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borojerddiha House
kashan
By Pantea Naghavi Anaraki
21 Feb 2018

The house was built in 1857 by architect Ustad Ali Maryam for the wife of Seyyed Mehdi Borujerdi, a wealthy merchant. The wife came from the affluent Tabatabaei family; Seyyed Mehdi fall in love with her, and comissioned the building of this house for her.

It consists of a rectangular courtyard between a main living area (to the south) and an entrance area. It features wall paintings by the royal painter Sani ol molk, and three 40-meter-tall wind towers (two above the living area and one over the entrance area) which help cool the house to unusually cool temperatures. The main hall (reception hall) is topped by a khishkhan-type central dome, part of a geometric sculptural roofscape that has been compared to Gaudí's Casa Milà.[1][2] It has 3 entrances, and all the classic signatures of traditional Persian residential architecture, such as a biruni yard (exterior yard) and a daruni yard (andarun, interior yard). The house took eighteen years to build, using 150 craftsmen

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Vilnius
By Berta Tilmantaite
20 Feb 2018

“TRACES: Traversing the Past” - it’s a documentary story that will provide a unique look into the painful history of deportations through the challenging adventure of four men.

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Russia
By Berta Tilmantaite
20 Feb 2018

“TRACES: Traversing the Past” - it’s a documentary story that will provide a unique look into the painful history of deportations through the challenging adventure of four men.

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Kyusyur
By Berta Tilmantaite
20 Feb 2018

“TRACES: Traversing the Past” - it’s a documentary story that will provide a unique look into the painful history of deportations through the challenging adventure of four men.

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Russia
By Berta Tilmantaite
20 Feb 2018

“TRACES: Traversing the Past” - it’s a documentary story that will provide a unique look into the painful history of deportations through the challenging adventure of four men.

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Kyusyur
By Berta Tilmantaite
20 Feb 2018

“TRACES: Traversing the Past” - it’s a documentary story that will provide a unique look into the painful history of deportations through the challenging adventure of four men.

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borojerddiha House
kashan
By Pantea Naghavi Anaraki
20 Feb 2018

The house was built in 1857 by architect Ustad Ali Maryam for the wife of Seyyed Mehdi Borujerdi, a wealthy merchant. The wife came from the affluent Tabatabaei family; Seyyed Mehdi fall in love with her, and comissioned the building of this house for her.

It consists of a rectangular courtyard between a main living area (to the south) and an entrance area. It features wall paintings by the royal painter Sani ol molk, and three 40-meter-tall wind towers (two above the living area and one over the entrance area) which help cool the house to unusually cool temperatures. The main hall (reception hall) is topped by a khishkhan-type central dome, part of a geometric sculptural roofscape that has been compared to Gaudí's Casa Milà.[1][2] It has 3 entrances, and all the classic signatures of traditional Persian residential architecture, such as a biruni yard (exterior yard) and a daruni yard (andarun, interior yard). The house took eighteen years to build, using 150 craftsmen

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borojerddiha House
kashan
By Pantea Naghavi Anaraki
20 Feb 2018

The house was built in 1857 by architect Ustad Ali Maryam for the wife of Seyyed Mehdi Borujerdi, a wealthy merchant. The wife came from the affluent Tabatabaei family; Seyyed Mehdi fall in love with her, and comissioned the building of this house for her.

It consists of a rectangular courtyard between a main living area (to the south) and an entrance area. It features wall paintings by the royal painter Sani ol molk, and three 40-meter-tall wind towers (two above the living area and one over the entrance area) which help cool the house to unusually cool temperatures. The main hall (reception hall) is topped by a khishkhan-type central dome, part of a geometric sculptural roofscape that has been compared to Gaudí's Casa Milà.[1][2] It has 3 entrances, and all the classic signatures of traditional Persian residential architecture, such as a biruni yard (exterior yard) and a daruni yard (andarun, interior yard). The house took eighteen years to build, using 150 craftsmen

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The arrival of injured Syrian civilia...
Chebaa, South lebanon
By Ramiz Dallah
19 Feb 2018

Entry of a number of civilians wounded Syrians from the town of Beit Jann to the Lebanese town of Shebaa border, were taken for treatment directly to Farhat Hospital in the town, "Jeb Jenin", through the cars of the Lebanese Red Cross and the presence of the Lebanese army, the number of injured is 4, were wounded by the bombing of the Syrian town "Bait Jann ", by the Syrian army regulars aircraft

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Bazaar of Kashan
kashan
By Pantea Naghavi Anaraki
18 Feb 2018

Bazaar of Kashan (Persian: بازار کاشان‎ Bāzār-e Kāshān) is an old bazaar in the center of the city of Kashan, Iran. It is thought to have been built in the Seljuk era with renovations during the Safavid period.

The bazaar has a famous architecture, especially at its Timche-ye Amin od-Dowleh section, where a grand light well was built in the 19th century. The bazaar is still in use and is a few miles in total length. In the bazaar's complex beside the main bazaars, there are several mosques, tombs, caravanserais, arcades, baths, and water reservoirs that each were constructed in a different period.

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Bazaar of Kashan
kashan
By Pantea Naghavi Anaraki
18 Feb 2018

Bazaar of Kashan (Persian: بازار کاشان‎ Bāzār-e Kāshān) is an old bazaar in the center of the city of Kashan, Iran. It is thought to have been built in the Seljuk era with renovations during the Safavid period.

The bazaar has a famous architecture, especially at its Timche-ye Amin od-Dowleh section, where a grand light well was built in the 19th century. The bazaar is still in use and is a few miles in total length. In the bazaar's complex beside the main bazaars, there are several mosques, tombs, caravanserais, arcades, baths, and water reservoirs that each were constructed in a different period.