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  • The impressive monument of  Al-Deir (the Monastery) in the ancient Jordanian city of Petra. Petra is the most visited tourist attraction in Jordan, a symbol of the country for its historical and archaeological importance. It has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1985.
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  • Neil, a young Bedouin man who guides tourists through the archaeological site of Petra in Jordan. Petra is the most visited tourist attraction in Jordan, a symbol of the country for its historical and archaeological importance. It has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1985. The Bedouin families that have been living for centuries in the caves of Petra, agreed to move out into a small village, built near the site of Petra. Most of them earn their living from tourism which seems to be the only option available, especially for the younger generations.
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  • Two Bedouins making tea on the cliffs of Petra, Jordan. Petra is the most visited tourist attraction in Jordan, a symbol of the country for its historical and archaeological importance. It has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1985. The Bedouin families that have been living for centuries in the caves of Petra, agreed to move out into a small village, built near the site of Petra. Most of them earn their living from tourism which seems to be the only option available, especially for the younger generations.
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  • View of  Al Khazneh known as  "The Treasury", one of the most elaborate buildings in the ancient Jordanian city of Petra. Petra is the most visited tourist attraction in Jordan, a symbol of the country for its historical and archaeological importance. It has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1985.
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  • View of  Al Khazneh known as  "The Treasury", one of the most elaborate buildings in the ancient Jordanian city of Petra. Petra is the most visited tourist attraction in Jordan, a symbol of the country for its historical and archaeological importance. It has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1985.
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  • The Palace Tomb, part of the  Royal Tombs in the ancient city of Petra in Jordan. The Royal Tombs contain 4 large structures (tombs) carved into the rock facade, which is known as the King's Wall. Petra is the most visited tourist attraction in Jordan, a symbol of the country for its historical and archaeological importance. It has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1985.
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  • The Urn Tomb, part of the  Royal Tombs in the ancient city of Petra in Jordan. The Royal Tombs contain 4 large structures (tombs) carved into the rock facade, which is known as the King's Wall. Petra is the most visited tourist attraction in Jordan, a symbol of the country for its historical and archaeological importance. It has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1985.
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  • A young Bedouin man who guides tourists through the archaeological site of Petra in Jordan. Petra is the most visited tourist attraction in Jordan, a symbol of the country for its historical and archaeological importance. It has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1985. The Bedouin families that have been living for centuries in the caves of Petra, agreed to move out into a small village, built near the site of Petra. Most of them earn their living from tourism which seems to be the only option available, especially for the younger generations.
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  • A young Bedouin who guides tourists through the archaeological site of Petra in Jordan. Petra is the most visited tourist attraction in Jordan, a symbol of the country for its historical and archaeological importance. It has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1985. The Bedouin families that have been living for centuries in the caves of Petra, agreed to move out into a small village, built near the site of Petra. Most of them earn their living from tourism which seems to be the only option available, especially for the younger generations.
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  • Portrait of Neil, a young Bedouin man who guides tourists through the archaeological site of Petra in Jordan. Petra is the most visited tourist attraction in Jordan, a symbol of the country for its historical and archaeological importance. It has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1985. The Bedouin families that have been living for centuries in the caves of Petra, agreed to move out into a small village, built near the site of Petra. Most of them earn their living from tourism which seems to be the only option available, especially for the younger generations.
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  • A young Bedouin resting on his donkey in the ancient Jordanian city of Petra.
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  • Portrait of a young tourist  dressed in traditional Bedouin clothes in the ancient Jordanian city of Petra.
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  • Portrait of a young tourist  dressed in traditional Bedouin clothes in the ancient Jordanian city of Petra.
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  • Bedouin woman making tea in Petra, Jordan. Petra is the most visited tourist attraction in Jordan, a symbol of the country for its historical and archaeological importance. It has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1985. The Bedouin families that have been living for centuries in the caves of Petra, agreed to move out into a small village, built near the site of Petra. Most of them earn their living from tourism which seems to be the only option available, especially for the younger generations.
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  • Portrait of  a young Bedouin playing a computer game. Petra, Jordan.
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  • Donkey on a sandstone cliff in the ancient Jordanian city of Petra.
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  • Bdoul Mofleh, the last Bedouin still living in his cave-home in Petra, Jordan. Petra is the most visited tourist attraction in Jordan, a symbol of the country for its historical and archaeological importance. It has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1985. The Bedouin families that have been living for centuries in the caves of Petra, agreed to move out into a small village, built near the site of Petra. Most of them earn their living from tourism which seems to be the only option available, especially for the younger generations.
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  • Portrait of a Bedouin woman and her daughter in Petra, Jordan. Petra is the most visited tourist attraction in Jordan, a symbol of the country for its historical and archaeological importance. It has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1985. The Bedouin families that have been living for centuries in the caves of Petra, agreed to move out into a small village, built near the site of Petra. Most of them earn their living from tourism which seems to be the only option available, especially for the younger generations.
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  • Portrait of  a young Bedouin woman in Petra, Jordan. Petra is the most visited tourist attraction in Jordan, a symbol of the country for its historical and archaeological importance. It has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1985. The Bedouin families that have been living for centuries in the caves of Petra, agreed to move out into a small village, built near the site of Petra. Most of them earn their living from tourism which seems to be the only option available, especially for the younger generations.
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  • The Urn Tomb, part of the  Royal Tombs in the ancient city of Petra in Jordan. The Royal Tombs contain 4 large structures (tombs) carved into the rock facade, which is known as the King's Wall. Petra is the most visited tourist attraction in Jordan, a symbol of the country for its historical and archaeological importance. It has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1985.
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  • Portrait of Bedouin man making tea in the ancient city of Petra in Jordan. Petra is the most visited tourist attraction in Jordan, a symbol of the country for its historical and archaeological importance. It has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1985. The Bedouin families agreed to move out of the caves and tombs, they have been living for centuries, into a small village, built near the site of Petra. Most of them earn their living from tourism which seems to be the only option available, especially for the younger generations.
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  • Bedouin climbing the rock-cut tombs on the Street of Facade, in the ancient Jordanian city of Petra. Petra is the most visited tourist attraction in Jordan, a symbol of the country for its historical and archaeological importance. It has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1985.
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  • A Bedouin with his camels in the ancient Jordanian city of Petra. Petra is the most visited tourist attraction in Jordan, a symbol of the country for its historical and archaeological importance. It has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1985.
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  • Petra, Jordan. Little donkey looking towards the Bedouin village. Petra is the most visited tourist attraction in Jordan, a symbol of the country for its historical and archaeological importance. It has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1985. The Bedouin families that have been living for centuries in the caves of Petra, agreed to move out into a small village, built near the site of Petra. Most of them earn their living from tourism which seems to be the only option available, especially for the younger generations.
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  • Two Bedouins sitting on a cliff in the ancient Jordanian city of Petra. Petra is the most visited tourist attraction in Jordan, a symbol of the country for its historical and archaeological importance. It has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1985. The Bedouin families that have been living for centuries in the caves of Petra, agreed to move out into a small village, built near the site of Petra. Most of them earn their living from tourism which seems to be the only option available, especially for the younger generations.
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  • A Bedouin boy and his donkeys in the ancient city of Petra in Jordan. Petra is the most visited tourist attraction in Jordan, a symbol of the country for its historical and archaeological importance. It has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1985. The Bedouin families that have been living for centuries in the caves of Petra, agreed to move out into a small village, built near the site of Petra. Most of them earn their living from tourism which seems to be the only option available, especially for the younger generations.
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  • The impressive monument of  Al-Deir (the Monastery) in the ancient Jordanian city of Petra. Petra is the most visited tourist attraction in Jordan, a symbol of the country for its historical and archaeological importance. It has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1985.
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  • A young Bedouin who guides tourists through the archaeological site of Petra in Jordan. Petra is the most visited tourist attraction in Jordan, a symbol of the country for its historical and archaeological importance. It has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1985. The Bedouin families that have been living for centuries in the caves of Petra, agreed to move out into a small village, built near the site of Petra. Most of them earn their living from tourism which seems to be the only option available, especially for the younger generations.
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  • View of  Al Khazneh known as  "The Treasury", one of the most elaborate buildings in the ancient Jordanian city of Petra. Petra is the most visited tourist attraction in Jordan, a symbol of the country for its historical and archaeological importance. It has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1985.
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  • Petra, Jordan. Neil, a young Bedouin man who guides tourists through the archaeological site of Petra in Jordan. Petra is the most visited tourist attraction in Jordan, a symbol of the country for its historical and archaeological importance. It has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1985. The Bedouin families that have been living for centuries in the caves of Petra, agreed to move out into a small village, built near the site of Petra. Most of them earn their living from tourism which seems to be the only option available, especially for the younger generations.
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  • Portrait of Neil, a young Bedouin man who guides tourists through the archaeological site of Petra in Jordan. Petra is the most visited tourist attraction in Jordan, a symbol of the country for its historical and archaeological importance. It has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1985. The Bedouin families that have been living for centuries in the caves of Petra, agreed to move out into a small village, built near the site of Petra. Most of them earn their living from tourism which seems to be the only option available, especially for the younger generations.
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  • Portrait of Neil, a young Bedouin who guides tourists through the archaeological site of Petra in Jordan. Petra is the most visited tourist attraction in Jordan, a symbol of the country for its historical and archaeological importance. It has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1985. The Bedouin families that have been living for centuries in the caves of Petra, agreed to move out into a small village, built near the site of Petra. Most of them earn their living from tourism which seems to be the only option available, especially for the younger generations.
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  • View of Al Khazneh during a candlelight tour in the ancient Jordanian city of Petra. Petra is the most visited tourist attraction in Jordan, a symbol of the country for its historical and archaeological importance. It has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1985.
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  • Petra, Jordan. A young Bedouin woman is putting traditional makeup on a tourist. Petra is the most visited tourist attraction in Jordan, a symbol of the country for its historical and archaeological importance. It has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1985. The Bedouin families that have been living for centuries in the caves of Petra, agreed to move out into a small village, built near the site of Petra. Most of them earn their living from tourism which seems to be the only option available, especially for the younger generations.
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  • A tourist is looking at the remains of the Byzantine Church in the ancient city of Petra in Jordan. Petra is the most visited tourist attraction in Jordan, a symbol of the country for its historical and archaeological importance. It has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1985.
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  • The Urn Tomb, part of the  Royal Tombs in the ancient city of Petra in Jordan. The Royal Tombs contain 4 large structures (tombs) carved into the rock facade, which is known as the King's Wall. Petra is the most visited tourist attraction in Jordan, a symbol of the country for its historical and archaeological importance. It has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1985.
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  • Neil, a young Bedouin man who guides tourists through the archaeological site of the ancient Jordanian city of Petra, is looking at a newly discovered tomb. Petra is the most visited tourist attraction in Jordan, a symbol of the country for its historical and archaeological importance. It has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1985. The Bedouin families that have been living for centuries in the caves of Petra, agreed to move out into a small village, built near the site of Petra. Most of them earn their living from tourism which seems to be the only option available, especially for the younger generations.
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  • Portrait of a Bedouin woman in the ancient city of Petra, in Jordan. Petra is the most visited tourist attraction in Jordan, a symbol of the country for its historical and archaeological importance. It has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1985. The Bedouin families that have been living for centuries in the caves of Petra, agreed to move out into a small village, built near the site of Petra.
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  • Petra, Jordan, Bedouin make-up. Petra is the most visited tourist attraction in Jordan, a symbol of the country for its historical and archaeological importance. It has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1985. The Bedouin families that have been living for centuries in the caves of Petra, agreed to move out into a small village, built near the site of Petra. Most of them earn their living from tourism which seems to be the only option available, especially for the younger generations.
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  • Bedouins and their camels resting in the ancient Jordanian city of Petra. Petra is the most visited tourist attraction in Jordan, a symbol of the country for its historical and archaeological importance. It has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1985.
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  • January 15, 2012, University square, Bucharest, Romania. Protests in support of Dr Raed Arafat, who resigned after opposing government measures to privatize part of Romanian health system, have widened to express general discontent against government spending cuts.
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  • January 15, 2012, University square, Bucharest, Romania. Protests in support of Dr Raed Arafat, who resigned after opposing government measures to privatize part of Romanian health system, have widened to express general discontent against government spending cuts.
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  • January 15, 2012, University square, Bucharest, Romania. Protests in support of Dr Raed Arafat, who resigned after opposing government measures to privatize part of Romanian health system, have widened to express general discontent against government spending cuts.
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  • January 15, 2012, University square, Bucharest, Romania. Protests in support of Dr Raed Arafat, who resigned after opposing government measures to privatize part of Romanian health system, have widened to express general discontent against government spending cuts.
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  • January 15, 2012, Bucharest, Romania. Protests in support of Dr Raed Arafat, who resigned after opposing government measures to privatize part of Romanian health system, have widened to express general discontent against government spending cuts.
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  • January 15, 2012, University square, Bucharest, Romania. Protests in support of Dr Raed Arafat, who resigned after opposing government measures to privatize part of Romanian health system, have widened to express general discontent against government spending cuts.
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  • January 15, 2012, University square, Bucharest, Romania. Protests in support of Dr Raed Arafat, who resigned after opposing government measures to privatize part of Romanian health system, have widened to express general discontent against government spending cuts.
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  • ROMa people outside the Pentecostal church in South Romania, Barbulesti. 15 years ago the population of Barbulesti, a village inhabited mostly by Roma people sittuated in the south of Romania, started to convert to the Pentecostal Church. Belivers say that conversion led to a decrease in crime in the area, although official statistics do not confirm it.
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  • ROMa people outside the Pentecostal church in South Romania, Barbulesti. 15 years ago the population of Barbulesti, a village inhabited mostly by Roma people sittuated in the south of Romania, started to convert to the Pentecostal Church. Belivers say that conversion led to a decrease in crime in the area, although official statistics do not confirm it.
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  • ROMa people outside the Pentecostal church in South Romania, Barbulesti. 15 years ago the population of Barbulesti, a village inhabited mostly by Roma people sittuated in the south of Romania, started to convert to the Pentecostal Church. Belivers say that conversion led to a decrease in crime in the area, although official statistics do not confirm it.
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  • Vasile Petre, the presbyter at the Pentecostal church in Barbulesti, Romania, praying for a woman and her child during the Sunday mass. Before converting he was involved in robberies and used to carry side arms. 15 years ago, the population of Barbulesti, a village situated in the south of Romania and inhabited mostly by ROMa people, started to convert to the Pentecostal Church. Believers say that conversion led to a decrease in crime in the area, although official statistics do not confirm it.
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  • Vasile Petre, the presbyter at the Pentecostal church in Barbulesti, Romania, praying for a woman and her child during the Sunday mass. Before converting he was involved in robberies and used to carry side arms. 15 years ago, the population of Barbulesti, a village situated in the south of Romania and inhabited mostly by ROMa people, started to convert to the Pentecostal Church. Believers say that conversion led to a decrease in crime in the area, although official statistics do not confirm it.
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  • Vasile Petre, the presbyter at the Pentecostal church in Barbulesti, Romania, praying for a woman and her child during the Sunday mass. Before converting he was involved in robberies and used to carry side arms. 15 years ago, the population of Barbulesti, a village situated in the south of Romania and inhabited mostly by ROMa people, started to convert to the Pentecostal Church. Believers say that conversion led to a decrease in crime in the area, although official statistics do not confirm it.
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  • ROMa women reading the Bible during a Sunday service at the Pentecostal church in Barbulesti, Romania. 15 years ago, the population of Barbulesti, a village situated in the south of Romania and inhabited mostly by ROMa people, started to convert to the Pentecostal Church. Believers say that conversion led to a decrease in crime in the area, although official statistics do not confirm it.
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  • ROMa kids outside the Pentecostal church in South Romania, Barbulesti. 15 years ago the population of Barbulesti, a village inhabited mostly by Roma people sittuated in the south of Romania,  started to convert to the Pentecostal Church. Belivers say that conversion led to a decrease in crime in the area, although official statistics do not confirm it.
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  • Vasile Petre, the presbyter at the Pentecostal church in Barbulesti, Romania, is leading the prayer during the Sunday mass. Before converting he was involved in robberies and used to carry side arms. 15 years ago, the population of Barbulesti, a village situated in the south of Romania and inhabited mostly by ROMa people, started to convert to the Pentecostal Church. Believers say that conversion led to a decrease in crime in the area, although official statistics do not confirm it.
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  • ROMa women pray during a Sunday service at the Pentecostal church in Barbulesti, Romania. 15 years ago, the population of Barbulesti, a village situated in the south of Romania and inhabited mostly by ROMa people, started to convert to the Pentecostal Church. Believers say that conversion led to a decrease in crime in the area, although official statistics do not confirm it.
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  • ROMa people pray during a Sunday service at the Pentecostal church in Barbulesti, Romania. 15 years ago, the population of Barbulesti, a village situated in the south of Romania and inhabited mostly by ROMa people, started to convert to the Pentecostal Church. Believers say that conversion led to a decrease in crime in the area, although official statistics do not confirm it.
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  • ROMa women pray during a Sunday service at the Pentecostal church in Barbulesti, Romania. 15 years ago, the population of Barbulesti, a village situated in the south of Romania and inhabited mostly by ROMa people, started to convert to the Pentecostal Church. Believers say that conversion led to a decrease in crime in the area, although official statistics do not confirm it.
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  • ROMa men pray during a Sunday service at the Pentecostal church in Barbulesti, Romania. 15 years ago, the population of Barbulesti, a village situated in the south of Romania and inhabited mostly by ROMa people, started to convert to the Pentecostal Church. Believers say that conversion led to a decrease in crime in the area, although official statistics do not confirm it.
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  • ROMa women pray during a Sunday service at the Pentecostal church in Barbulesti, Romania. 15 years ago, the population of Barbulesti, a village situated in the south of Romania and inhabited mostly by ROMa people, started to convert to the Pentecostal Church. Believers say that conversion led to a decrease in crime in the area, although official statistics do not confirm it.
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  • ROMa women pray during a Sunday service at the Pentecostal church in Barbulesti, Romania. 15 years ago, the population of Barbulesti, a village situated in the south of Romania and inhabited mostly by ROMa people, started to convert to the Pentecostal Church. Believers say that conversion led to a decrease in crime in the area, although official statistics do not confirm it.
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  • ROMa women pray during a Sunday service at the Pentecostal church in Barbulesti, Romania. 15 years ago, the population of Barbulesti, a village situated in the south of Romania and inhabited mostly by ROMa people, started to convert to the Pentecostal Church. Believers say that conversion led to a decrease in crime in the area, although official statistics do not confirm it.
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  • ROMa men sing religious songs in Romanian language adapted by gypsy music and lyrics during a  Sunday service at the Pentecostal church in Barbulesti, Romania. 15 years ago, the population of Barbulesti, a village situated in the south of Romania and inhabited mostly by ROMa people, started to convert to the Pentecostal Church. Believers say that conversion led to a decrease in crime in the area, although official statistics do not confirm it.
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  • ROMa people pray during a Sunday service at the Pentecostal church in Barbulesti, Romania. 15 years ago, the population of Barbulesti, a village situated in the south of Romania and inhabited mostly by ROMa people, started to convert to the Pentecostal Church. Believers say that conversion led to a decrease in crime in the area, although official statistics do not confirm it.
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  • ROMa people pray during a Sunday service at the Pentecostal church in Barbulesti, Romania. 15 years ago, the population of Barbulesti, a village situated in the south of Romania and inhabited mostly by ROMa people, started to convert to the Pentecostal Church. Believers say that conversion led to a decrease in crime in the area, although official statistics do not confirm it.
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  • ROMa people pray during a Sunday service at the Pentecostal church in Barbulesti, Romania. 15 years ago, the population of Barbulesti, a village situated in the south of Romania and inhabited mostly by ROMa people, started to convert to the Pentecostal Church. Believers say that conversion led to a decrease in crime in the area, although official statistics do not confirm it.
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  • ROMa women pray during a Sunday service at the Pentecostal church in Barbulesti, Romania. 15 years ago, the population of Barbulesti, a village situated in the south of Romania and inhabited mostly by ROMa people, started to convert to the Pentecostal Church. Believers say that conversion led to a decrease in crime in the area, although official statistics do not confirm it.
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  • ROMa people pray during a Sunday service at the Pentecostal church in Barbulesti, Romania. 15 years ago, the population of Barbulesti, a village situated in the south of Romania and inhabited mostly by ROMa people, started to convert to the Pentecostal Church. Believers say that conversion led to a decrease in crime in the area, although official statistics do not confirm it.
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  • ROMa women pray during a Sunday service at the Pentecostal church in Barbulesti, Romania. 15 years ago, the population of Barbulesti, a village situated in the south of Romania and inhabited mostly by ROMa people, started to convert to the Pentecostal Church. Believers say that conversion led to a decrease in crime in the area, although official statistics do not confirm it.
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  • Romania, Tirgu Jiu - View of Meteor district, an area inhabited by ROMa people.
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  • Romania, Tirgu Jiu - People outside their houses in Meteor district, an area inhabited by ROMa people.
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  • Ninel Potirca, one of the wealthiest ROMa people in Romania, talking with neighbours in the streets of Meteor district, an area inhabited by ROMa people in Tirgu Jiu, Romania.
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  • Romania, Tirgu Jiu - A woman is shaving her blind brother at their house's yard in Meteor district, an area inhabited by ROMa people.
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  • Romania, Tirgu Jiu - Portrait of Ninel Potirca, one of the wealthiest ROMa people in Romania.
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  • A man decorating his house for a wedding in Meteor district, an area inhabited by ROMa people in Tirgu Jiu, Romania.
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  • Romania, Tirgu Jiu - Portrait of Ninel Potirca, one of the wealthiest ROMa people in Romania.
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  • Romania, Tirgu Jiu - The family of Ninel Potirca, one of the wealthiest ROMa people in Romania. All generations of the family are living together in 3 mansions, sharing a common yard.
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  • Romania, Tirgu Jiu - The family of Ninel Potirca, one of the wealthiest ROMa people in Romania. All generations of the family are living together in 3 mansions, sharing a common yard.
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  • Romania, Tirgu Jiu - The family of Ninel Potirca, one of the wealthiest ROMa people in Romania.
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  • Romania, Tirgu Jiu - The family of Ninel Potirca, one of the wealthiest ROMa people in Romania.
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  • Romania, Tirgu Jiu - Ninel Potirca, one of the wealthiest ROMa people in Romania, riding his ATV in front of his mansion.
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  • Romania, Tirgu Jiu - Ninel Potirca, one of the wealthiest ROMa people in Romania.
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  • Romania, Tirgu Jiu - Ninel Potirca, one of the wealthiest ROMa people in Romania.
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  • Romania, Tirgu Jiu. Ninel Potirca - one of the wealthiest ROMa people in Romania - with his wife at home. All generations of the family are living together in 3 mansions, sharing a common yard.
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  • Romania, Tirgu Jiu. Portrait of Ninel Potirca - one of the wealthiest ROMa people in Romania - with his wife at home. All generations of the family are living together in 3 mansions, sharing a common yard.
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  • Romania, Tirgu Jiu. The family of Ninel Potirca - one of the wealthiest ROMa people in Romania - at their home. All generations of the family are living together in 3 mansions, sharing a common yard.
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  • Romania, Tirgu Jiu. The family of Ninel Potirca - one of the wealthiest ROMa people in Romania - at their home. All generations of the family are living together in 3 mansions, sharing a common yard.
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  • Romania, Tirgu Jiu. Ninel Potirca, one of the wealthiest ROMa people in Romania, just before having lunch with his family at home. All generations of the family are living together in 3 mansions, sharing a common yard.
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  • Romania, Tirgu Jiu. Wife and daughters of Ninel Potirca - one of the wealthiest ROMa people in Romania - preparing the meal at their home's kitchen. All generations of Potirca family are living together in 3 mansions, sharing a common yard.
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  • Romania, Tirgu Jiu - Ninel Potirca, one of the wealthiest ROMa people in Romania. Portrait of the Potirca family in front of their mansion. All generations of the family are living together in 3 mansions, sharing a common yard.
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  • Romania, Tirgu Jiu - Ninel Potirca, one of the wealthiest ROMa people in Romania, supervising of workers at his factory yard. The main activity of the companies Ninel Potirca owns is dealing with scrap metal.
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  • Romania, Tirgu Jiu - Ninel Potirca, one of the wealthiest ROMa people in Romania, supervising of workers at his factory yard. The main activity of the companies Ninel Potirca owns is dealing with scrap metal.
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  • Romania, Tirgu Jiu - Workers cutting scrap metal at the yard of a factory owned by Ninel Potirca, one of the wealthiest ROMa people in Romania. The main activity of the companies Ninel Potirca owns is dealing with scrap metal.
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  • Romania, Tirgu Jiu - Workers cutting scrap metal at the yard of a factory owned by Ninel Potirca, one of the wealthiest ROMa people in Romania. The main activity of the companies Ninel Potirca owns is dealing with scrap metal.
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  • Romania, Tirgu Jiu - Portrait of Ninel Potirca at his factory. Ninel Potirca is one of the wealthiest ROMa people in Romania. The main activity of the companies he owns is dealing with scrap metal.
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  • Romania, Tirgu Jiu - Ninel Potirca, one of the wealthiest ROMa people in Romania, supervising of workers at his factory yard. The main activity of the companies Ninel Potirca owns is dealing with scrap metal.
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  • Romania, Tirgu Jiu - Workers cutting scrap metal at the yard of a factory owned by Ninel Potirca, one of the wealthiest ROMa people in Romania. The main activity of the companies Ninel Potirca owns is dealing with scrap metal.
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  • Romania, Tirgu Jiu - Ninel Potirca, one of the wealthiest ROMa people in Romania, supervising of workers at his factory yard. The main activity of the companies Ninel Potirca owns is dealing with scrap metal.
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  • Romania, Tirgu Jiu - Ninel Potirca, one of the wealthiest ROMa people in Romania, supervising of workers at his factory yard. The main activity of the companies Ninel Potirca owns is dealing with scrap metal.
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