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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 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 - A woman praying outside her house in Meteor district, an area inhabited by ROMa people.
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  • ROMa people in the streets of Tirgu Jiu, Romania.
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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 - 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 - 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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  • Protesters try to set a barricade at the University square, Bucharest, Romania.  January 19th 2012, thousands of Romanians rallied  for 7th day at University square  to protest against austerity measures, calling for president Basescu and the government to resign.
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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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  • Vasile Petre, the presbyter at the Pentecostal church in Barbulesti, Romania, talks to a ROMa family about the spiritual gifts they receive when convert  to the Pentecostal church. He is now trying to convert other ROMa people to the Pentecostal church through personal evangelism, a practice that can be performed anywhere; in the streets, at home or in a public bus. He has converted so far more than 60 people from Barbulesti to the Pentecostal church. Vasile was involved in robberies in the past and used to carry side arms.<br />
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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 young ROMa woman in the streets of Barbulesti in southern Romania. He is now trying to convert other ROMa people to the Pentecostal church through personal evangelism, a practice that can be performed anywhere; in the streets, at home or in a public bus. He has converted so far more than 60 people from Barbulesti to the Pentecostal church. Vasile was involved in robberies in the past and used to carry side arms. <br />
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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.<br />
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Vasile Petre is a presbyter in the Pentecostal church in Barbulesti. Before converting he was ivolved in robberies and used to carry side arms.<br />
He is now trying to convert other Roma people, through personal evangelism, a practice that can be perform anywhere-on the street, at home or in a bus. He has converted so far more than 60 people in Barbulesti.
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  • A ROMa woman 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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  • A ROMa woman 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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  • Romania, Tirgu Jiu - Ninel Potirca, one of the wealthiest ROMa people in Romania. Portrait of Ninel Potirca with his daughter and granddaughter. All generations in his family are living together in 3 mansions, sharing a common yard.
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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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  • A ROMa woman 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 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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  • 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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  • 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 - 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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  • 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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  • 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.
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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. Portrait of Ninel Potirca - one of the wealthiest ROMa people in Romania - at his factory yard. The main activity of the companies Ninel Potirca owns is dealing with scrap metal.
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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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  • 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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  • Young Bedouin guide in the archaeological site of the ancient Jordanian city of Petra.
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  • January 21st 2012, a protester holding a sign that reads "Romania wake up! Down with the dictatorship! Down with Basescu!" during a protest against Romania's government at University square in Bucharest, Romania. Hundreds of Romanians rallied  all over the country   to protest against austerity measures, calling for president Basescu and the government to resign.
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  • January 19th 2012, Bucharest, Romania. Thousands of Romanians rallied  for 7th day at University square  to protest against austerity measures, calling for president Basescu and the government to resign.
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  • Damascus, Syria. The Courtyard of Umayyad Mosque, view towards the facade of the prayer hall. The Umayyad Mosque located in the old city of Damascus, is one of the largest and oldest mosques in the world, considered the fourth-holiest place in Islam.
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  • Bakery in the Old City of  Damascus, Syria. Within the Old City walls there is a labyrinth of streets where some of (souk or souq is a market or part of a market in an Arab city) Orient's most fascinating souks are located. 
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  • Damascus, Syria. Muslim women pray at the shrine of the prophet John the Baptist, The Umayyad Mosque. Umayyad Mosque located in the old city of Damascus, is one of the largest and oldest mosques in the world and is considered the fourth-holiest place in Islam. The mosque holds a shrine which today may still contain the head of John the Baptist, honored as a prophet by both Christians and Muslims.
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  • Barber at work in the Old City of  Damascus, Syria. Within the Old City walls there is a labyrinth of streets where some of Orient's most fascinating souks (souk or souq is a market or part of a market in an Arab city) are located. Many  craftsmen and Syrians still practice their traditional activities in the narrow streets of the Medina.
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  • Pharmacist selling perfumes to Syrian women in Souq al-Bzouriyya or the Spice Souk (souk or souq is a market or part of a market in an Arab city), Damascus,  Syria. Within the Old City walls there is a labyrinth of streets where some of Orient's most fascinating souks are located. The spice souq is full of the scent of spices and aromatic plants and traders also sell dried fruits, sweets and perfumes. In a traditional pharmacy can be found medicinal plants, aphrodisiac powder, poison and perfumes.
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  • Street scene in Souq al-Bzouriyya also known as Seed Bazaar or Spice Souk in the Old City of Damascus, Syria. Within the Old City walls there is a labyrinth of streets where some of Orient's  most fascinating souks (souk or souq is a market or part of a market in an Arab city) are located. Most of them  are specialized in a particular craft or type of merchandise such as brocade, embroideries, glass, copper works, silver, gold, and spices. The spice souq is full of the scent of spices and aromatic plants and traders also sell dried fruits and sweets.
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  • Seller selling spices at his shop in Souq al-Bzouriyya also known as Seed Bazaar or Spice Souk (souk or souq is a market or part of a market in an Arab city) in the Old City of Damascus, Syria. Within the Old City walls there is a labyrinth of streets where some of Orient's most fascinating souks are located. Most of them are specialized in a particular craft or type of merchandise  such as brocade, embroideries, glass, copper works, silver, gold, and spices. The Spice souk is full of the scent of spices and aromatic plants and traders also sell dried fruits and sweets.
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  • Damascus, Syria. 3 Muslim women walking in the courtyard of Sayyidah Zaynab Mosque, at the end of Ramadan. The mosque attracts Shia Muslim pilgrims from Iran and around the world.
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  • Venice, Italy. Acqua alta or 'high water' is an unusually high tide which causes partial flooding of Venice. The phenomenon occurs mainly between autumn and spring.
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  • Buildings  reflected in the water, Venice, Italy. The buildings of Venice are constructed on  wood piles, which were imported from the mainland. Under water, in the absence of oxygen, wood does not decay. It is petrified as a result of the constant flow of mineral-rich water around and through it, so that it becomes a stone-like structure.  The foundations rest on the piles, and buildings of brick or stone sit above these footings.
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  • Roma families in Barbulesti, Romania. Portrait of a Roma girl. Four families share a house in Barbulesti since they have been deported from France.
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  • Street scene in front of the Great Mosque of Kairouan, Tunisia.
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  • Shoemakers in Kairouan, Tunisia.
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  • Bi'r Barouta, Kairouan, Tunisia. This well is the place where the city was founded and consists one of the holiest Muslim sites in the city. The local religious traditions say that if a Muslim drinks water from Bi'r Baruta, is exempted from performing the pilgrimage to Mecca, a journey long and expensive. A blindfolded camel is pulling the wheel and the water that flushes out of the well is free to anyone, Muslim or non-Muslim, for drinking.
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  • The courtyard of the fortified mosque in Sousse, Tunisia.
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  • Cathedral of Saint Louis, Carthage, Tunisia.
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  • Merchants in Tunis souk. Tunis is the capital of Tunisia and Tunisia's largest city. The Medina is located at the center of the city: a dense agglomeration of alleys and covered passages, full of intense scents and colors, an active trade zone offering a wide range of goods from leather to plastic, tin to the finest filigree, tourist souvenirs to the works of tiny crafts shops.
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  • Mirrors for sale in the souk  of Tunis, Tunisia.
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  • The Great Mosque of Kairouan, Tunisia.
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  • Douz  is a town in central Tunisia, known as the "gateway to the Sahara." In previous times it was an important stop point during the trans-Saharan caravan routes. Today, it is destination for tourists who are interested in exploring the desert by camel, motorcycle, or four-wheel-drive vehicle.
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  • A Tunisian woman in Matmata, a small Berber village in southern Tunisia.
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  • Street scene on Buyukada Island, Turkey. Buyukada is the largest of the Princes' Islands (Adalar)  -a chain of nine islands near  the coast of Istanbul. During the summer months the Princes' Islands are popular destinations for day trips from Istanbul. These islands are incredibly peaceful compared with the city of Istanbul because motorized vehicles - except service vehicles - are forbidden, so visitors explore the island by foot, bicycle or in horse-drawn carriages.
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  • Galata bridge at night, Istanbul, Turkey. The Galata Bridge is an important link between the old and the new parts of Istanbul separated by the Golden Horn. Galata Bridge is a popular spot for many local fisherman, as well as thousands of pedestrians, both locals and tourists. The lower level of the bridge is lined with cafes and restaurants selling fish.
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  • Istanbul, Turkey. A young couple is reading a tourist guide inside the Topkapi Palace. Home of the Ottoman sultans for nearly 400 years, Topkapi Sarayi was the heart of the  Ottoman Empire, ruled by the sultans who lived in the palace's hundreds of rooms with theirs  wifes, concubines, children and  servants. Administrative center of one of the greatest empires of the world, the palace is visited by more than 2,5 million people per year.
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  • Istanbul, Turkey. People eating fish cooked on a boat in Eminonu district. Boat restaurants are popular in Istanbul and they serve a grilled fish fillet inserted in a half loaf of bread, onion and lemon juice.
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  • Istanbul, Turkey. Turkish woman on a ferryboat looking towards the docks. The Yeni Cami (New Mosque) was completed in 1663. Located next to the Spice Bazaar and Galata bridge is one of the best-known sights of Istanbul.
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  • Syracuse Cathedral and Town Hall, Piazza Duomo, Ortygia, Syracuse, Sicily. Syracuse is famous for its rich Greek history, culture, amphitheaters, architecture, and as the birthplace of Archimedes. This 2,700 year-old city played a key role in ancient times, when it was one of the top powers of the Mediterranean world.
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  • Tourists taking notes, Taormina, Sicily. Taormina  is a  small town on the east coast of the island of Sicily in the Province of Messina that  has become  a very popular tourist destination since the 19th century. It was here that a self-exiled D.H. Lawrence was inspired to write Lady Chatterly's Lover, one of the most passionate and erotic love stories of its era.
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  • Sicilian selling fried rice balls, Palermo, Sicily. Road side shops at every street corner sell fried or cooked food.
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  • Sicily, Italy. Poggioreale  is a small town in the Belice valley,  destroyed by the  earthquake of 1968, and eventually rebuilt in a safer place a few kilometers away.
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  • A view of the southern coastline of the island of Sicily.
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  • Venice, Italy. San Giorgio Maggiore basilica, located on the island of San Giorgio Maggiore, was designed by Andrea Palladio. Facing San Marco square, the church occupies one of the most prominent positions in Venice. Many remarkable paintings by Tintoretto and Sebastiano Ricci are displayed inside the church.
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  • Children holding candles during the religious service held on Epiphany's day in Pietrosani, Romania. On Epiphany's day, celebrated on the 6th of January,  the Orthodox Churches perform the Great Blessing of Waters. The water that is blessed on this day is taken home by the believers who will bless themselves and their homes by sprinkling with this water and will also drink it.
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  • The monumental arch of the Colonnade street, Palmyra, Syria. The monumental arch erected at the orders of Septimus Severus, marks the entrance of the colonnade street. Palmyra was an important city of central Syria, located in an oasis 215 km northeast of Damascus and 180 km southwest of the Euphrates river. It had long been a vital caravan city for travelers crossing the Syrian desert and was known as the Bride of the Desert.
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  • The 16 columns of the Tetrapylon in ancient Palmyra, Syria. Palmyra was an important city of central Syria, located in an oasis 215 km northeast of Damascus and 180 km southwest of the Euphrates river. It had long been a vital caravan city for travelers crossing the Syrian desert and was known as the Bride of the Desert.
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  • ROMa women 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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  • A ROMa woman clapping her hands with the Bible next to her, 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 women attend 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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  • January 21st 2012, a young protester holds a sign reading "the extraction of the schist gas equals cancer and pollution" during a protest against Romania's government at University square in Bucharest, Romania. Hundreds of Romanians rallied  all over the country   to protest against austerity measures, calling for president Basescu and the government to resign.
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  • January 19th 2012, Bucharest, Romania. Thousands of Romanians rallied  for 7th day at University square  to protest against austerity measures, calling for president Basescu and the government to resign.
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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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  • 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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  • A ROMa woman praying 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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  • 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 - 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 - 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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  • January 21st 2012, a young protester holds a sign reading "we are poisoned every day by water, air and food" during a protest against Romania's government at University square in Bucharest, Romania. Hundreds of Romanians rallied  all over the country   to protest against austerity measures, calling for president Basescu and the government to resign.
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  • Riot police takes position in the center of Bucharest. January 19th 2012, Bucharest, Romania. Thousands of Romanians rallied  for 7th day at University square  to protest against austerity measures, calling for president Basescu and the government to resign.
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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 towards the Urn Tomb which is 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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  • Sayyidah Zaynab Mosque is a shrine located at the outskirts of Damascus, Syria. It is believed by Shia Muslims that this mosque is the authentic burial place of Lady Zaynab, granddaughter of Muhammad.
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  • Sayyidah Zaynab Mosque is a shrine located at the outskirts of Damascus, Syria. It is believed by Shia Muslims that this mosque is the authentic burial place of Lady Zaynab, granddaughter of Muhammad. It attracts Shia Muslim pilgrims from Iran and around the world.
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  • Street scene in the Old City of Damascus, Syria. Within the Old City's walls there  is a labyrinth of streets where some of Orient's most fascinating souks (souk or souq is a market or part of a market in an Arab city) are located. 
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  • Damascus, Syria. The Dome of the Treasury and the courtyard of Umayyad Mosque. The Umayyad Mosque located in the old city of Damascus is  one of the largest and oldest mosques in the world,  considered the fourth-holiest place in Islam. The Dome of the Treasury, decorated with golden mosaics, was used to keep public funds safe from thieves.
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