La route de la soie

La route de la soie

Les origines fascinantes de la route de la Soie Outre les échanges commerciaux, la route de la Soie reliant la Chine et la Rome antique a également favorisé la transmission de croyances et de traditions. Vendredi, 19 janvier National Geographics – De Carles...
The Ruth Gorge in Alaska

The Ruth Gorge in Alaska

The Ruth Gorge in Alaska is home to some of the biggest granite walls in the world, the most pristine blue glacial pools, and yet some of the most unpredictable and inclement weather. This summer the window wasn’t right to attempt the first free ascent of Mt...
Agra, India

Agra, India

The majesty of the Taj Mahal contrasts the more rural banks of the River Yamuna, where these handlers have led their camels. The Yamuna is the second largest—but longest—tributary of the mighty Ganges River. The confluence of the Yamuna and Ganges is considered a...
Jaipur, India

Jaipur, India

The stepwells of India were once vital in dry, rain-starved regions like the Indian state Rajasthan. The Panna Meena ka Kund stepwell in Jaipur was built in the 16th century and was used not just as a place to collect water, but also to gather, relax, and...
Big Bend National Park, Texas

Big Bend National Park, Texas

The Rio Grande River, one of the largest in North America at 1,885 miles long, stretches from southwestern Colorado to the Gulf of Mexico. Photographed here in Texas’ Big Bend National Park, the Rio Grande helps set the border between Texas and Mexico. In recent...

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