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  • Pilgrimage to Lourdes
    France
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0234798.jpg
    Portrait of Bernadette in one of the halls of a building where the sick sleep. Pilgrimage of Aveyronnaise Hospitality to Lourdes. Hospital workers are people present to take care of sick and / or elderly people. They thus allow them to live their faith like everyone else. Carts are available to move people quickly and easily. August 2018. Lourdes, France.
  • Pilgrimage to Lourdes
    France
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0234799.jpg
    Pilgrims drink water from shells at the new fountains of the sanctuary. Pilgrimage of Aveyronnaise Hospitality to Lourdes. Hospital workers are people present to take care of sick and / or elderly people. They thus allow them to live their faith like everyone else. Carts are available to move people quickly and easily. August 2018. Lourdes, France.
  • Pilgrimage to Lourdes
    France
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0234800.jpg
    Pilgrims drink water from shells at the new fountains of the sanctuary. Pilgrimage of Aveyronnaise Hospitality to Lourdes. Hospital workers are people present to take care of sick and / or elderly people. They thus allow them to live their faith like everyone else. Carts are available to move people quickly and easily. August 2018. Lourdes, France.
  • Pilgrimage to Lourdes
    France
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0234801.jpg
    Pilgrimage of Aveyronnaise Hospitality to Lourdes. Hospital workers are people present to take care of sick and / or elderly people. They thus allow them to live their faith like everyone else. Carts are available to move people quickly and easily. August 2018. Lourdes, France.
  • Pilgrimage to Lourdes
    France
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0234802.jpg
    People seated in wheelchairs. Pilgrimage of Aveyronnaise Hospitality to Lourdes. Hospital workers are people present to take care of sick and / or elderly people. They thus allow them to live their faith like everyone else. Carts are available to move people quickly and easily. August 2018. Lourdes, France.
  • Pilgrimage to Lourdes
    France
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0234803.jpg
    Pilgrimage of Aveyronnaise Hospitality to Lourdes. Hospital workers are people present to take care of sick and / or elderly people. They thus allow them to live their faith like everyone else. Carts are available to move people quickly and easily. August 2018. Lourdes, France.
  • Pilgrimage to Lourdes
    France
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0234804.jpg
    hospitable in white. Pilgrimage of Aveyronnaise Hospitality to Lourdes. Hospital workers are people present to take care of sick and / or elderly people. They thus allow them to live their faith like everyone else. Carts are available to move people quickly and easily. August 2018. Lourdes, France.
  • Pilgrimage to Lourdes
    France
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0234805.jpg
    Pilgrimage of Aveyronnaise Hospitality to Lourdes. Hospital workers are people present to take care of sick and / or elderly people. They thus allow them to live their faith like everyone else. Carts are available to move people quickly and easily. August 2018. Lourdes, France.
  • Pilgrimage to Lourdes
    France
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0234806.jpg
    Pilgrims in wheelchairs in the grotto of Lourdes. Pilgrimage of Aveyronnaise Hospitality to Lourdes. Hospital workers are people present to take care of sick and / or elderly people. They thus allow them to live their faith like everyone else. Carts are available to move people quickly and easily. August 2018. Lourdes, France.
  • Pilgrimage to Lourdes
    France
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0234807.jpg
    torchlight procession. Pilgrimage of Aveyronnaise Hospitality to Lourdes. Hospital workers are people present to take care of sick and / or elderly people. They thus allow them to live their faith like everyone else. Carts are available to move people quickly and easily. August 2018. Lourdes, France.
  • Pilgrimage to Lourdes
    France
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0234808.jpg
    torchlight procession. Pilgrimage of Aveyronnaise Hospitality to Lourdes. Hospital workers are people present to take care of sick and / or elderly people. They thus allow them to live their faith like everyone else. Carts are available to move people quickly and easily. August 2018. Lourdes, France.
  • Pilgrimage to Lourdes
    France
    Michael Bunel
    LePictorium_0234809.jpg
    torchlight procession. Pilgrimage of Aveyronnaise Hospitality to Lourdes. Hospital workers are people present to take care of sick and / or elderly people. They thus allow them to live their faith like everyone else. Carts are available to move people quickly and easily. August 2018. Lourdes, France.
  • The British Gaelic
    United Kingdom
    Olivier Donnars
    LePictorium_0234416.jpg
    Linda Ervine, a Protestant, founded the Turas Association in East Belfast, which offers courses and training programs in the Gaelic language to a Protestant audience in the heart of the British Quarter.
  • The British Gaelic
    United Kingdom
    Olivier Donnars
    LePictorium_0234417.jpg
    Linda Ervine, a Protestant, founded the Turas Association in East Belfast, which offers courses and training programs in the Gaelic language to a Protestant audience in the heart of the British Quarter.
  • The British Gaelic
    United Kingdom
    Olivier Donnars
    LePictorium_0234418.jpg
    In East Belfast, a predominantly Protestant city, the Turas Association offers courses and training programs in the Gaelic language to a Protestant audience.
  • The British Gaelic
    United Kingdom
    Olivier Donnars
    LePictorium_0234419.jpg
    Workshop for children in Gaelic-Irish language, in the premises of the Turas association, in Belfast-East, with a Protestant majority. The association offers courses and training programs in the Gaelic language to a Protestant public.
  • The British Gaelic
    United Kingdom
    Olivier Donnars
    LePictorium_0234420.jpg
    Workshop for children in Gaelic-Irish language, in the premises of the Turas association, in Belfast-East, with a Protestant majority. The association offers courses and training programs in the Gaelic language to a Protestant public.
  • The British Gaelic
    United Kingdom
    Olivier Donnars
    LePictorium_0234421.jpg
    Workshop for children in Gaelic-Irish language, in the premises of the Turas association, in Belfast-East, with a Protestant majority. The association offers courses and training programs in the Gaelic language to a Protestant public.
  • The British Gaelic
    United Kingdom
    Olivier Donnars
    LePictorium_0234422.jpg
    Gaelic learning board. In East Belfast, a predominantly Protestant area, the Turas Association offers Gaelic language courses and training programs to a British Protestant audience.
  • The British Gaelic
    United Kingdom
    Olivier Donnars
    LePictorium_0234423.jpg
    Workshop for children in Gaelic-Irish language, in the premises of the Turas association, in Belfast-East, with a Protestant majority. The association offers courses and training programs in the Gaelic language to a Protestant public.
  • The British Gaelic
    United Kingdom
    Olivier Donnars
    LePictorium_0234424.jpg
    Workshop for children in Gaelic-Irish language, in the premises of the Turas association, in Belfast-East, with a Protestant majority. The association offers courses and training programs in the Gaelic language to a Protestant public.
  • The British Gaelic
    United Kingdom
    Olivier Donnars
    LePictorium_0234425.jpg
    Workshop for children in Gaelic-Irish language, in the premises of the Turas association, in Belfast-East, with a Protestant majority. The association offers courses and training programs in the Gaelic language to a Protestant public.
  • The British Gaelic
    United Kingdom
    Olivier Donnars
    LePictorium_0234426.jpg
    Workshop for children in Gaelic-Irish language, in the premises of the Turas association, in Belfast-East, with a Protestant majority. The association offers courses and training programs in the Gaelic language to a Protestant public.
  • The British Gaelic
    United Kingdom
    Olivier Donnars
    LePictorium_0234427.jpg
    Workshop for children in Gaelic-Irish language, in the premises of the Turas association, in Belfast-East, with a Protestant majority. The association offers courses and training programs in the Gaelic language to a Protestant public.
  • The British Gaelic
    United Kingdom
    Olivier Donnars
    LePictorium_0234428.jpg
    Colour chart in Gaelic language. In East Belfast, with a Protestant majority, the Turas Association offers courses and training programs in Gaelic language to a Bretanic Protestant public.
  • The British Gaelic
    United Kingdom
    Olivier Donnars
    LePictorium_0234429.jpg
    Workshop for children in Gaelic-Irish language, in the premises of the Turas association, in Belfast-East, with a Protestant majority. The association offers courses and training programs in the Gaelic language to a Protestant public. On the right, its founder, Linda Ervine, a British Protestant who fell in love with Gaelic.
  • The British Gaelic
    United Kingdom
    Olivier Donnars
    LePictorium_0234430.jpg
    Workshop for children in Gaelic-Irish language, in the premises of the Turas association, in Belfast-East, with a Protestant majority. The association offers courses and training programs in the Gaelic language to a Protestant public. On the right, its founder, Linda Ervine, a British Protestant who fell in love with Gaelic.
  • The British Gaelic
    United Kingdom
    Olivier Donnars
    LePictorium_0234431.jpg
    Workshop for children in Gaelic-Irish language, in the premises of the Turas association, in Belfast-East, with a Protestant majority. The association offers courses and training programs in the Gaelic language to a Protestant public.
  • The British Gaelic
    United Kingdom
    Olivier Donnars
    LePictorium_0234432.jpg
    Workshop for children in Gaelic-Irish language, in the premises of the Turas association, in Belfast-East, with a Protestant majority. The association offers courses and training programs in the Gaelic language to a Protestant public.
  • The British Gaelic
    United Kingdom
    Olivier Donnars
    LePictorium_0234433.jpg
    Workshop for children in Gaelic-Irish language, in the premises of the Turas association, in Belfast-East, with a Protestant majority. The association offers courses and training programs in the Gaelic language to a Protestant public.
  • The British Gaelic
    United Kingdom
    Olivier Donnars
    LePictorium_0234434.jpg
    Workshop for children in Gaelic-Irish language, in the premises of the Turas association, in Belfast-East, with a Protestant majority. The association offers courses and training programs in the Gaelic language to a Protestant public.
  • The British Gaelic
    United Kingdom
    Olivier Donnars
    LePictorium_0234435.jpg
    Workshop for children in Gaelic-Irish language, in the premises of the Turas association, in Belfast-East, with a Protestant majority. The association offers courses and training programs in the Gaelic language to a Protestant public.
  • The British Gaelic
    United Kingdom
    Olivier Donnars
    LePictorium_0234436.jpg
    Workshop for children in Gaelic-Irish language, in the premises of the Turas association, in Belfast-East, with a Protestant majority. The association offers courses and training programs in the Gaelic language to a Protestant public.
  • The British Gaelic
    United Kingdom
    Olivier Donnars
    LePictorium_0234437.jpg
    Workshop for children in Gaelic-Irish language, in the premises of the Turas association, in Belfast-East, with a Protestant majority. The association offers courses and training programs in the Gaelic language to a Protestant public.
  • The British Gaelic
    United Kingdom
    Olivier Donnars
    LePictorium_0234438.jpg
    Workshop for children in Gaelic-Irish language, in the premises of the Turas association, in Belfast-East, with a Protestant majority. The association offers courses and training programs in the Gaelic language to a Protestant public.
  • The British Gaelic
    United Kingdom
    Olivier Donnars
    LePictorium_0234439.jpg
    Mask of the Irish St. Patrick's Day parade with inscriptions in Gaelic. In the predominantly Protestant east of Belfast, the Turas Association offers Gaelic language courses and training programmes to a British Protestant audience.
  • Saint-Joseph Church of Le Havre
    France
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0234340.jpg
    The Saint-Joseph church is an emblematic building of the reconstructed city center of Le Havre. It is the first monument that we see when arriving by sea. The architect is Auguste Perret. Beginning of construction 1951, It will be completed in 1956.
  • Saint-Joseph Church of Le Havre
    France
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0234341.jpg
    The Saint-Joseph church is an emblematic building of the reconstructed city center of Le Havre. It is the first monument that we see when arriving by sea. The architect is Auguste Perret. Beginning of construction 1951, It will be completed in 1956.
  • Saint-Joseph Church of Le Havre
    France
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0234342.jpg
    The Saint-Joseph church is an emblematic building of the reconstructed city center of Le Havre. It is the first monument that we see when arriving by sea. The architect is Auguste Perret. Beginning of construction 1951, It will be completed in 1956.
  • Saint-Joseph Church of Le Havre
    France
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0234343.jpg
    The Saint-Joseph church is an emblematic building of the reconstructed city center of Le Havre. It is the first monument that we see when arriving by sea. The architect is Auguste Perret. Beginning of construction 1951, It will be completed in 1956.
  • Saint-Joseph Church of Le Havre
    France
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0234344.jpg
    The Saint-Joseph church is an emblematic building of the reconstructed city center of Le Havre. It is the first monument that we see when arriving by sea. The architect is Auguste Perret. Beginning of construction 1951, It will be completed in 1956.
  • Saint-Joseph Church of Le Havre
    France
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0234345.jpg
    Modern architecture inspired by neo-Gothic architecture. The Saint-Joseph church is an emblematic building of the reconstructed city center of Le Havre. It is the first monument that we see when arriving by sea. The architect is Auguste Perret. Beginning of construction 1951, It will be completed in 1956.
  • Saint-Joseph Church of Le Havre
    France
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0234346.jpg
    The Saint-Joseph church is an emblematic building of the reconstructed city center of Le Havre. It is the first monument that we see when arriving by sea. The architect is Auguste Perret. Beginning of construction 1951, It will be completed in 1956.
  • Saint-Joseph Church of Le Havre
    France
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0234347.jpg
    The Saint-Joseph church is an emblematic building of the reconstructed city center of Le Havre. It is the first monument that we see when arriving by sea. The architect is Auguste Perret. Beginning of construction 1951, It will be completed in 1956.
  • Saint-Joseph Church of Le Havre
    France
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0234348.jpg
    The Saint-Joseph church is an emblematic building of the reconstructed city center of Le Havre. It is the first monument that we see when arriving by sea. The architect is Auguste Perret. Beginning of construction 1951, It will be completed in 1956.
  • Saint-Joseph Church of Le Havre
    France
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0234349.jpg
    The Saint-Joseph church is an emblematic building of the reconstructed city center of Le Havre. It is the first monument that we see when arriving by sea. The architect is Auguste Perret. Beginning of construction 1951, It will be completed in 1956.
  • Saint-Joseph Church of Le Havre
    France
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0234350.jpg
    The Saint-Joseph church is an emblematic building of the reconstructed city center of Le Havre. It is the first monument that we see when arriving by sea. The architect is Auguste Perret. Beginning of construction 1951, It will be completed in 1956.
  • Saint-Joseph Church of Le Havre
    France
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0234351.jpg
    The Saint-Joseph church is an emblematic building of the reconstructed city center of Le Havre. It is the first monument that we see when arriving by sea. The architect is Auguste Perret. Beginning of construction 1951, It will be completed in 1956.
  • Saint-Joseph Church of Le Havre
    France
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0234352.jpg
    The Saint-Joseph church is an emblematic building of the reconstructed city center of Le Havre. It is the first monument that we see when arriving by sea. The architect is Auguste Perret. Beginning of construction 1951, It will be completed in 1956.
  • Saint-Joseph Church of Le Havre
    France
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0234353.jpg
    The Saint-Joseph church is an emblematic building of the reconstructed city center of Le Havre. It is the first monument that we see when arriving by sea. The architect is Auguste Perret. Beginning of construction 1951, It will be completed in 1956.
  • Saint-Joseph Church of Le Havre
    France
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0234354.jpg
    The bell tower seen from the choir. The Saint-Joseph church is an emblematic building of the reconstructed city center of Le Havre. It is the first monument that we see when arriving by sea. The architect is Auguste Perret. Beginning of construction 1951, It will be completed in 1956.
  • Saint-Joseph Church of Le Havre
    France
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0234355.jpg
    The Saint-Joseph church is an emblematic building of the reconstructed city center of Le Havre. It is the first monument that we see when arriving by sea. The architect is Auguste Perret. Beginning of construction 1951, It will be completed in 1956.
  • Saint-Joseph Church of Le Havre
    France
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0234356.jpg
    The Saint-Joseph church is an emblematic building of the reconstructed city center of Le Havre. It is the first monument that we see when arriving by sea. The architect is Auguste Perret. Beginning of construction 1951, It will be completed in 1956.
  • With the support of the Order of Malta, the maternity of the Holy Family Hospital in Bethlehem provides quality gynaecological care and monitoring for the Palestinian population of the surrounding area and the Bedouins of the Judean desert
    West Bank
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0231059.jpg
    Wednesday, November 27, 2019: The Holy Family Hospital opened its doors in 1895. Under the aegis of the Order of Malta, it provides the people of Bethlehem with maternity, medical and surgical services. Here, the doctors, all Palestinians, give birth to 4700 babies a year, from large premature babies weighing 500g to big babies.

  • With the support of the Order of Malta, the maternity of the Holy Family Hospital in Bethlehem provides quality gynaecological care and monitoring for the Palestinian population of the surrounding area and the Bedouins of the Judean desert
    West Bank
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0231060.jpg
    Wednesday, November 27, 2019: Denis Sevaistre is the director of the Holy Family Hospital, which opened its doors in 1895. Under the aegis of the Order of Malta, it provides the people of Bethlehem with maternity, medical and surgical services. Here, the doctors, all Palestinians, give birth to 4700 babies a year, from large premature babies weighing 500g to big babies.
  • With the support of the Order of Malta, the maternity of the Holy Family Hospital in Bethlehem provides quality gynaecological care and monitoring for the Palestinian population of the surrounding area and the Bedouins of the Judean desert
    West Bank
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0231061.jpg
    Wednesday, November 27, 2019: Midwives in their 4th year of internship training at the hospital. The Holy Family Hospital opened its doors in 1895. Under the aegis of the Order of Malta, it provides the people of Bethlehem with maternity, medical and surgical services. Here, the doctors, all Palestinians, give birth to 4700 babies a year, from large premature babies weighing 500g to big babies.
  • With the support of the Order of Malta, the maternity of the Holy Family Hospital in Bethlehem provides quality gynaecological care and monitoring for the Palestinian population of the surrounding area and the Bedouins of the Judean desert
    West Bank
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0231062.jpg
    Wednesday, November 27, 2019: Midwives in their 4th year of internship training at the hospital. The Holy Family Hospital opened its doors in 1895. Under the aegis of the Order of Malta, it provides the people of Bethlehem with maternity, medical and surgical services. Here, the doctors, all Palestinians, give birth to 4700 babies a year, from large premature babies weighing 500g to big babies.
  • With the support of the Order of Malta, the maternity of the Holy Family Hospital in Bethlehem provides quality gynaecological care and monitoring for the Palestinian population of the surrounding area and the Bedouins of the Judean desert
    West Bank
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0231063.jpg
    Wednesday, November 27, 2019: The Holy Family Hospital opened its doors in 1895. Under the aegis of the Order of Malta, it provides the people of Bethlehem with maternity, medical and surgical services. Here, the doctors, all Palestinians, give birth to 4700 babies a year, from large premature babies weighing 500g to big babies.
  • With the support of the Order of Malta, the maternity of the Holy Family Hospital in Bethlehem provides quality gynaecological care and monitoring for the Palestinian population of the surrounding area and the Bedouins of the Judean desert
    West Bank
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0231064.jpg
    Wednesday, November 27, 2019: Nurse caring for newborns. The Holy Family Hospital opened its doors in 1895. Under the aegis of the Order of Malta, it provides the people of Bethlehem with maternity, medical and surgical services. Here, the doctors, all Palestinians, give birth to 4700 babies a year, from large premature babies weighing 500g to big babies.
  • With the support of the Order of Malta, the maternity of the Holy Family Hospital in Bethlehem provides quality gynaecological care and monitoring for the Palestinian population of the surrounding area and the Bedouins of the Judean desert
    West Bank
    Jan Schmidt-Whitley
    LePictorium_0231065.jpg
    Wednesday, November 27, 2019: Nurses caring for newborns. The Holy Family Hospital opened its doors in 1895. Under the aegis of the Order of Malta, it provides the people of Bethlehem with maternity, medical and surgical services. Here, the doctors, all Palestinians, give birth to 4700 babies a year, from large premature babies weighing 500g to big babies.
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