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  • 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.
  • Confinement in England
    England
    Giannis Alexopoulos
    LePictorium_0228153.jpg
    People walk through the streets of Liverpool on a warm day.
  • Confinement in England
    England
    Giannis Alexopoulos
    LePictorium_0228154.jpg
    People are riding bicycles this afternoon in Liverpool on a warm day.
  • Confinement in England
    England
    Giannis Alexopoulos
    LePictorium_0228155.jpg
    A man is seen running this afternoon in Liverpool on a warm day.
  • Confinement in England
    England
    Giannis Alexopoulos
    LePictorium_0228156.jpg
    A woman is seen walking her dog in Liverpool on a warm day.
  • Confinement in England
    England
    Giannis Alexopoulos
    LePictorium_0228157.jpg
    A man is seen running this afternoon in Liverpool on a warm day.
  • Confinement in England
    England
    Giannis Alexopoulos
    LePictorium_0228158.jpg
    People wearing face masks walk through the streets of Liverpool this afternoon on a warm day.
  • Confinement in England
    England
    Giannis Alexopoulos
    LePictorium_0228151.jpg
    A view of a temporary morgue in Trafford , Manchester. An industrial unit has been converted into a temporary morgue as the number of deaths rises due to the coronavirus
  • Confinement in England
    England
    Giannis Alexopoulos
    LePictorium_0228152.jpg
    A view of a temporary morgue in Trafford , Manchester. An industrial unit has been converted into a temporary morgue as the number of deaths rises due to the coronavirus
  • Confinement in England
    England
    Giannis Alexopoulos
    LePictorium_0227375.jpg
    A woman sunbathes in a park during a warm day in Central London.
  • Confinement in England
    England
    Giannis Alexopoulos
    LePictorium_0227376.jpg
    A woman reads a book along the south bank of the River Thames, near Tower Bridge on a warm day in Central London.
  • Confinement in England
    England
    Giannis Alexopoulos
    LePictorium_0226655.jpg
    A man jogs during a heavy hail storm as takes his daily exercise in Sheffield . British Prime Minister Boris Johnson urges people to stay home and to go out only to buy food , medicines and to do their daily exercise.
  • Confinement in England
    England
    Giannis Alexopoulos
    LePictorium_0226654.jpg
    A man rides a route through the park as a man takes his daily exercise in Endcliffe Park, Sheffield . British Prime Minister Boris Johnson urges people to stay home and to go out only to buy food , medicines and to do their daily exercise.
  • Confinement in England
    England
    Giannis Alexopoulos
    LePictorium_0226652.jpg
    A playground is closed during the lockdown in Endcliffe Park , Sheffield. British Prime Minister Boris Johnson urges people to stay home and to go out only to buy food , medicines and to do their daily exercise.
  • Confinement in England
    England
    Giannis Alexopoulos
    LePictorium_0226653.jpg
    A woman jogs as takes her daily exercise in Endcliffe Park , Sheffield. British Prime Minister Boris Johnson urges people to stay home and to go out only to buy food , medicines and to do their daily exercise.
  • Isle of Wight Festival
    United Kingdom
    Philippe Gras
    LePictorium_0224474.jpg
    The Free group during the famous Isle of Wight festival in 1970, it is estimated that between 600 and 700,000 people attended. Sunday, August 30, 1970
  • Isle of Wight Festival
    United Kingdom
    Philippe Gras
    LePictorium_0224475.jpg
    The Free group during the famous Isle of Wight festival in 1970, it is estimated that between 600 and 700,000 people attended. Sunday, August 30, 1970
  • Isle of Wight Festival
    United Kingdom
    Philippe Gras
    LePictorium_0224471.jpg
    Joni Mitchell at the famous Isle of Wight Festival in 1970, it is estimated that between 600 and 700,000 people attended. Saturday 29 August 1970
  • Isle of Wight Festival
    United Kingdom
    Philippe Gras
    LePictorium_0224472.jpg
    Joni Mitchell at the famous Isle of Wight Festival in 1970, it is estimated that between 600 and 700,000 people attended. Saturday 29 August 1970
  • Isle of Wight Festival
    United Kingdom
    Philippe Gras
    LePictorium_0224473.jpg
    Joni Mitchell at the famous Isle of Wight Festival in 1970, it is estimated that between 600 and 700,000 people attended. Saturday 29 August 1970
  • Isle of Wight Festival
    United Kingdom
    Philippe Gras
    LePictorium_0224468.jpg
    Donovan at the famous Isle of Wight Festival in 1970, it is estimated that between 600 and 700,000 people attended. Sunday, August 30, 1970
  • Isle of Wight Festival
    United Kingdom
    Philippe Gras
    LePictorium_0224469.jpg
    Donovan at the famous Isle of Wight Festival in 1970, it is estimated that between 600 and 700,000 people attended. Sunday, August 30, 1970
  • Isle of Wight Festival
    United Kingdom
    Philippe Gras
    LePictorium_0224470.jpg
    Donovan at the famous Isle of Wight Festival in 1970, it is estimated that between 600 and 700,000 people attended. Sunday, August 30, 1970
  • Isle of Wight Festival
    United Kingdom
    Philippe Gras
    LePictorium_0224463.jpg
    The group Sly and the Family Stone during the famous Isle of Wight festival in 1970, it is estimated that between 600 and 700,000 people attended. Saturday 29 August 1970
  • Isle of Wight Festival
    United Kingdom
    Philippe Gras
    LePictorium_0224464.jpg
    The group Sly and the Family Stone during the famous Isle of Wight festival in 1970, it is estimated that between 600 and 700,000 people attended. Saturday 29 August 1970
  • Isle of Wight Festival
    United Kingdom
    Philippe Gras
    LePictorium_0224465.jpg
    The group Sly and the Family Stone during the famous Isle of Wight festival in 1970, it is estimated that between 600 and 700,000 people attended. Saturday 29 August 1970
  • Isle of Wight Festival
    United Kingdom
    Philippe Gras
    LePictorium_0224466.jpg
    The group Sly and the Family Stone during the famous Isle of Wight festival in 1970, it is estimated that between 600 and 700,000 people attended. Saturday 29 August 1970
  • Isle of Wight Festival
    United Kingdom
    Philippe Gras
    LePictorium_0224467.jpg
    The group Sly and the Family Stone during the famous Isle of Wight festival in 1970, it is estimated that between 600 and 700,000 people attended. Saturday 29 August 1970
  • Isle of Wight Festival
    United Kingdom
    Philippe Gras
    LePictorium_0224444.jpg
    The group Ten Years After during the famous Isle of Wight festival in 1970, it is estimated that between 600 and 700,000 people attended. Saturday 29 August 1970
  • Isle of Wight Festival
    United Kingdom
    Philippe Gras
    LePictorium_0224445.jpg
    The group Ten Years After during the famous Isle of Wight festival in 1970, it is estimated that between 600 and 700,000 people attended. Saturday 29 August 1970
  • Isle of Wight Festival
    United Kingdom
    Philippe Gras
    LePictorium_0224446.jpg
    The group Ten Years After during the famous Isle of Wight festival in 1970, it is estimated that between 600 and 700,000 people attended. Saturday 29 August 1970
  • Isle of Wight Festival
    United Kingdom
    Philippe Gras
    LePictorium_0224447.jpg
    The group Ten Years After during the famous Isle of Wight festival in 1970, it is estimated that between 600 and 700,000 people attended. Saturday 29 August 1970
  • Isle of Wight Festival
    United Kingdom
    Philippe Gras
    LePictorium_0224448.jpg
    The group Ten Years After during the famous Isle of Wight festival in 1970, it is estimated that between 600 and 700,000 people attended. Saturday 29 August 1970
  • Isle of Wight Festival
    United Kingdom
    Philippe Gras
    LePictorium_0224438.jpg
    The Pentangle group during the famous Isle of Wight festival in 1970, it is estimated that between 600 and 700,000 people attended. Sunday, August 30, 1970
  • Isle of Wight Festival
    United Kingdom
    Philippe Gras
    LePictorium_0224439.jpg
    The Pentangle group during the famous Isle of Wight festival in 1970, it is estimated that between 600 and 700,000 people attended. Sunday, August 30, 1970
  • Isle of Wight Festival
    United Kingdom
    Philippe Gras
    LePictorium_0224440.jpg
    The Pentangle group during the famous Isle of Wight festival in 1970, it is estimated that between 600 and 700,000 people attended. Sunday, August 30, 1970
  • Isle of Wight Festival
    United Kingdom
    Philippe Gras
    LePictorium_0224441.jpg
    The Pentangle group during the famous Isle of Wight festival in 1970, it is estimated that between 600 and 700,000 people attended. Sunday, August 30, 1970
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