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  • MARAS-PERU
    Maras is a town in the Sacred Valley of the Incas, 40 kilometers north of Cuzco, in the Cuzco Region of Peru. The town is well known for its nearby salt evaporation ponds, in use since Inca times. The salt-evaporation ponds are up-slope, less than a kilometer west of the town. Since pre-Inca times, salt has been obtained in Maras by evaporating salty water from a local subterranean stream. The highly salty water emerges at a spring, a natural outlet of the underground stream. The flow is directed into an intricate system of tiny channels constructed so that the water runs gradually down onto the several hundred ancient terraced ponds. Almost all the ponds are less than four meters square in area, and none exceeds thirty centimeters in depth. All are necessarily shaped into polygons with the flow of water carefully controlled and monitored by the workers. The altitude of the ponds slowly decreases, so that the water may flow through the myriad branches of the water-supply channels and be introduced slowly through a notch in one sidewall of each pond. The proper maintenance of the adjacent feeder channel, the side walls and the water-entry notch, the pond's bottom surface, the quantity of water, and the removal of accumulated salt deposits requires close cooperation among the community of users. It is agreed among local residents and pond workers that the cooperative system was established during the time of the Incas, if not earlier. As water evaporates from the sun-warmed ponds, the water becomes supersaturated and salt precipitates as various size crystals onto the inner surfaces of a pond's earthen walls and on the pond's earthen floor. The pond's keeper then closes the water-feeder notch and allows the pond to go dry. Within a few days the keeper carefully scrapes the dry salt from the sides and bottom, puts it into a suitable vessel, reopens the water-supply notch, and carries away the salt. Color of the salt varies from white to a light reddish or brownish tan,
  • ESPAÑA-SANTIAGO

  • The rangers of the community of Cherán stand guard to guard the territory that has been recovered from the organized crime and the talamontes.
  • VENEZUELA-NATURALEZA
    Amazona coronada (Amazona ochrocephala) habita en la selva al pie de la SIerra Perijá a lo largo del Río Socuy en el Estado Zulia en Venezuela.
  • TRIUNFO-MEXICO
    El Triunfo was enacted in 1990 as a Biosphere Reserve is located in the Sierra Madre of Chiapas, in Mexico. The Cloud Forest is the last refuge for endemic and endangered species like the green toucan, tapir, the jaguar, the quetzal, the puma, the peacock and more than 2,000 species of moss plants and fungi that are not yet classified all inhabit this forest made up of 119,000 hectares. Fog forest faces a new threat concessions to mining groups in the Sierra Madre de Chiapas who want to extract zinc, titanium and gold nearby territories and within the same reservation, in the municipalities of Acacoyagua Acapetahua and Escuintla.

  • Parade in commemoration of the five years of autonomy of the community of Cherán. All the people participate and resort to the struggle they had to carry out to free their forests from organized crime and the talamontes.

  • Parade in commemoration of the five years of autonomy of the community of Cherán. All the people participate and resort to the struggle they had to carry out to free their forests from organized crime and the talamontes.

  • El Palacio Real de Madrid es la residencia oficial del rey de España; no obstante, los actuales reyes no habitan en él, sino en el Palacio de la Zarzuela, por lo que es utilizado para ceremonias de Estado y actos solemnes.1 Con una extensión de 135 000 m² y 3418 habitaciones (en superficie, casi el doble que el Palacio de Buckingham o el Palacio de Versalles), es el palacio real más grande de Europa Occidental,2 y uno de los más grandes del mundo. Alberga un valioso patrimonio histórico-artístico, destacando el conjunto de instrumentos musicales conocido como los Stradivarius Palatinos, y colecciones muy relevantes de otras disciplinas como pintura, escultura y tapicería.

  • The Cocora valley (Spanish: Valle de Cocora) is a valley in the department of Quindío in the country of Colombia. It is located in the Central Cordillera of the Andean mountains. "Cocora" was the name of a Quimbayan princess, daughter of the local chief Acaime, and means "star of water" (Spanish: estrella de agua). The valley is part of the Los Nevados National Natural Park, incorporated into the existing national park by the Colombian government in 1985. It is the principal location of the national tree and symbol of Colombia, the Quindío wax palm (Ceroxylon quindiuense), as well as a wide variety of other flora and fauna (some endangered), all of which are protected under the park's national status.

  • Campfires are the way in which the community of Cherán was organized to defend its forests of organized crime and talamontes.
  • MORAY-PERU
    Moray or Muray (Quechua) is an archaeological site in Peru approximately 50 km (31 mi) northwest of Cuzco on a high plateau at about 3,500 m (11,500 ft) and just west of the village of Maras. The site contains unusual Inca ruins, mostly consisting of several enormous terraced circular depressions, the largest of which is approximately 30 m (98 ft) deep. As with many other Inca sites, it also has a sophisticated irrigation system. The purpose of these depressions is uncertain, but their depth, design, and orientation with respect to wind and sun creates a temperature difference of as much as 15 °C (27 °F) between the top and the bottom. It is possible that this large temperature difference was used by the Inca to study the effects of different climatic conditions on crops. Speculation about the site has led to discussion about Moray as an Inca agricultural experiment station. Its microclimatic conditions and other significant characteristics led to the use of the site as a center for the ancient study of domestication, acclimatization, and hybridization of wild vegetable species that were modified or adapted for human consumption.
  • ARGENTINA-BARILOCHE
    Images of the surroundings of San Carlos de Bariloche, usually known as Bariloche, is a city in the province of Río Negro, Argentina, situated in the foothills of the Andes on the southern shores of Nahuel Huapi Lake. It is located within the Nahuel Huapi National Park. After development of extensive public works and Alpine-styled architecture, the city emerged in the 1930s and 1940s as a major tourism centre with skiing, trekking and mountaineering facilities. In addition, it has numerous restaurants, cafés, and chocolate shops. The city has a permanent population of 108,205 according to the 2010 census.
  • SOUTHERN RIGHT WHALE
    The southern right whale (Eubalaena australis) is a baleen whale, one of three species classified as right whales belonging to the genus Eubalaena. Like other right whales, the southern right whale is readily distinguished from others by the callosities on its head, a broad back without a dorsal fin, and a long arching mouth that begins above the eye. Its skin is very dark grey or black, occasionally with some white patches on the belly. The right whale's callosities appear white due to large colonies of cyamids (whale lice). These images were taken in Puerto Piramides in the Valdes Peninsula, in Argentina's Patagonia.

  • In Oaxaca, 82 percent of the country's wind energy is produced. And the federal government's goal, by 2024, is to have five times as many parks as there are now. The communities of the Isthmus of Tehuantepec have for years been resisting the imposition of these parks, built without clear consultation processes.Images of direct wind farms in the Isthmus of Tehuantepec. Where it is possible to be noticed in some the level of oil spilled and also the proximity with the towns of the region.

  • In Oaxaca, 82 percent of the country's wind energy is produced. And the federal government's goal, by 2024, is to have five times as many parks as there are now. The communities of the Isthmus of Tehuantepec have for years been resisting the imposition of these parks, built without clear consultation processes.Images of direct wind farms in the Isthmus of Tehuantepec. Where it is possible to be noticed in some the level of oil spilled and also the proximity with the towns of the region.

  • A member of the Guardia Campesina (Peasant Guard) watches the terrotory that the company Ecopetrol has taken away from the Uw'a Nation and it's been exploited to take Natural gas from the earth. The Uwa nation has fought since the 90s against the oil companies that try to strip them of their territory to extract the natural resources that exist within these lands.
  • VENEZUELA-NATURALEZA
    Carpintero Habado (Melanerpes Rubricapilus) habita en la selva al pie de la SIerra Perijá a lo largo del Río Socuy en el Estado Zulia en Venezuela.

  • Berito Kuwaru’wa waged a nonviolent international campaign calling on multinational oil companies not to drill in the isolated, traditional homelands of his U’wa people, who consider oil to be the blood of Mother Earth. The Uwa nation has fought since the 90s against the oil companies that try to strip them of their territory to extract the natural resources that exist within these lands.
  • PISAC-PERU
    The area is known for the Inca ruins, which lie atop a hill at the entrance to the valley. The ruins are separated along the ridge into four groups: P'isaqa, Inti Watana, Qalla Q'asa, and Kinchiraqay. Inti Watana group includes the Temple of the Sun, baths, altars, water fountains, a ceremonial platform, and an inti watana, a volcanic outcrop carved into a "hitching post for the Sun" (or Inti). The angles of its base suggest that it served to define the changes of the seasons. Qalla Q'asa, which is built onto a natural spur and overlooks the valley, is known as the citadel. The Inca constructed agricultural terraces on the steep hillside, which are still in use today. They created the terraces by hauling richer topsoil by hand from the lower lands. The terraces enabled the production of surplus food, more than would normally be possible at altitudes as high as 11,000 feet. With military, religious, and agricultural structures, the site served at least a triple purpose. Researchers believe that Písac defended the southern entrance to the Sacred Valley, while Choquequirao defended the western entrance, and the fortress at Ollantaytambo the northern. Inca Pisac controlled a route which connected the Inca Empire with the border of the rain forest.
  • MACHU PICCHU-PERU
    Machu Picchu was built around 1450, at the height of the Inca Empire. Its construction appears to date to the period of the two great Inca rulers, Pachacutec Inca Yupanqui (1438–71) and Túpac Inca Yupanqui (1472–93).[8] It was abandoned just over 100 years later, in 1572, as a belated result of the Spanish Conquest. It is possible that most of its inhabitants died from smallpox introduced by travellers before the Spanish conquistadors arrived in the area. Although located only about 80 kilometers (50 mi) from the Inca capital in Cusco, the Spanish never found Machu Picchu and so did not plunder or destroy it, as they did many other sites. The conquistadors had notes of a place called Piccho, although no record of a Spanish visit exists. The types of sacred rocks defaced by the conquistadors in other locations are untouched at Machu Picchu. Over the centuries, the surrounding jungle overgrew the site, and few outside the immediate area knew of its existence. The site may have been discovered and plundered in 1867 by a German businessman, Augusto Berns. Some evidence indicates that German engineer J. M. von Hassel arrived earlier. Maps show references to Machu Picchu as early as 1874. In 1911 American historian and explorer Hiram Bingham travelled the region looking for the old Inca capital and was shown to Machu Picchu by a local farmer. Bingham brought Machu Picchu to international attention and organized another expedition in 1912 to undertake major clearing and excavation. He returned in 1914 and 1915 to continue with excavation. In 1981, Peru declared an area of 325.92 square kilometres (125.84 sq mi) surrounding Machu Picchu a "Historical Sanctuary". In addition to the ruins, the sanctuary includes a large portion of the adjoining region, rich with the flora and fauna of the Peruvian Yungas and Central Andean wet puna ecoregions. In 1983, UNESCO designated Machu Picchu a World Heritage Site, describing it as "an absolute masterpiece of architecture and a un
  • CARAVANA DE MADRES CENTROAMERICANAS
    Sebastiana Ajanel Xon holds the photo of her missing son Edgar Rodolfo Xon Ajanel, in front of the ocean in Puerto Madero in the state of Chiapas in the south of Mexico. He dissappeared in 2008 in Matamoros Tamaulipas, the border between USA and Mexico. His son leave Guatemala trying to reach the United States to help Sebastiana to get her own house and to run away from his exhusband that used to hit her everyday. For the 11th year the Central America's Mother's Caravan came to Mexico in search of their relatives that have dissapeared in their way to United States, they come from Nicaragua, Guatemala, El Salvador and Honduras. Theres is no official number of dissapeared migrants, and the common answer of mexican goverment is that they do not matter becouse they are not mexicans.
  • HOLI FESTIVAL VRINDAVAN
    2015 Holi celebration in the village of Vrindavan in the state of Uttar Pradesh in India. This celebration is made to receive spring, and it signifies the victory of good over evil.
  • COLOMBIA-BOSQUE-MAGICO
    En Santander de Quilichao en el Cauca, Colombia, un artesano ha logrado darle forma a todos los arboles de un bosque de guadua (bambú), logrando que tomen formas y curvas que no se pueden ver en cualquier lugar.
  • MEXICO-MINERIA-SANFELIPE
    Mina San Felipe, Perteneciente a Carlos Slim, es de los proyectos mineros mas grandes de México. Se encuentra en el Km 123 de la Carretare Mexicali-San Felipe en Baja California Norte. A un lado de la carretera se puede observar, un área protegida por su rica biodiversidad y especies endémicas en peligro de extinción; al otro lado, uno de los más importantes proyectos megamineros en México, cuyo propietario es el hombre más rico de México.
  • COLOMBIA-PESCA
    La comunidad de Jurubirá es una de las que pertenecen al Golfo de Tibugá y los pescadores de esta comunidad pertenecen a la organización de pescadores artesanales que luchan por que su mar no se invadido por los barcos de pesca industrial.
  • TRIUNFO-MEXICO
    El Triunfo was enacted in 1990 as a Biosphere Reserve is located in the Sierra Madre of Chiapas, in Mexico. The Cloud Forest is the last refuge for endemic and endangered species like the green toucan, tapir, the jaguar, the quetzal, the puma, the peacock and more than 2,000 species of moss plants and fungi that are not yet classified all inhabit this forest made up of 119,000 hectares. Fog forest faces a new threat concessions to mining groups in the Sierra Madre de Chiapas who want to extract zinc, titanium and gold nearby territories and within the same reservation, in the municipalities of Acacoyagua Acapetahua and Escuintla.
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