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Find out more about Mutomboko ceremony here: MUTOMBOKO I… and here …MUTOMBOKO II

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The Q-Files: Scenario

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Members of German THW training members of Tunesian civil protection staff. – Mitglieder des THW trainieren tunesische Katastrophenschützer.

Journey through a mouldering land – Reise durch ein zerfallendes Land

Journey through a mouldering land - Reise durch ein zerfallendes Land

Journey through a mouldering land – Reise durch ein zerfallendes Land

An important ressource rarely taken into account, often disdained and most of the time “tramped on” without bothering much is soil! But that is the surface of this planet, generating life and nutrients as well as keeping everything a-live. Desertification – the ongoing spreading of deserts – and erosion are devastating enormous amounts of soil every year, making a lot of land worthless for every kind of agriculture. And soil is hardly sustainable. If it´s lost, it´s gonna stay that way! Renaturation is fairly difficult and in most cases just impossible. Weiterlesen

Tsingy de Bemaraha II: Tsingy tsingy – On tiptoes – Auf Zehenspitzen

Tsingy de Bemaraha II: Tsingy tsingy – On tiptoes – Auf Zehenspitzen

Tsingy de Bemaraha II: Tsingy tsingy – On tiptoes – Auf Zehenspitzen

After a tropical night that had us soaked in sweat we faced the fact that our car was still standing on the other side of the river with it´s hood wide open. So we got on a pirogue and headed upstream Manombolo for “Petit Tsingy”, which is the southern end of the karst scenery. Tsingy de Bemaraha is a limestone slab that once used to be the ground of the ocean. It got elevated and today it stretches 100 kilometres from Manomobolo River up north as well as a maximum of 30 kilometres from inland westward. Along the bank of the river the limestone is sliced, because erosion is washing away softer types of rock, so the scenery truly resembles the Elbe Sandstone Mountains (Saxon Switzerland) at the Elbe River in eastern Germany. But inside the park weather has formed surreal, razor-sharp limestone spikes, on top of which bizarre Elephant´s Foot Trees, cactuses and even trees are growing. Weiterlesen