Regard ALLAHABA photo print 80X120

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Dimensions : L.120 x H.80 cm
  • Reference : 806184
  • Material: Acrylic
  • Color : Multicolored


A collection of exclusive photos printed on plexiglass. "A look at the world as it really is" A Crystal Galerie, AFP & Habitat partnership. DESCRIPTION OF THE PRINT: Global heatwave.
A child crosses a dried-out riverbed in Allahabad in northern India, 25 October 2013. Allahabad is located in the state of Uttar Pradesh where the Ganges meets the Yamuna, two of Hinduism's sacred rivers, between Agra and Varanasi, on the road from New Delhi to Calcutta. The great Maha Kumbh Mela pilgrimage takes place in India every 12 years in the city of Allahabad. The Kumbh Mela of Allahabad is held where the Ganges meets the Yamuna and Saraswati, a mythological river in Hinduism, and in the surrounding area. Nearly the entire site is located in the dried-out riverbed of the Ganges, during the period of the year when the waters are at their lowest point (from January to March). © Sanjay Kanojia /AFP

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In partnership with Crystal Galerie, photo archive distributor for Agence France Presse, one of the world's leading press agencies, Habitat has created a collection of unique images selected from over 20 million photographs. Never before released to the general public, they "show the world as it is", unedited. A story, place or key moment in world events hides behind each image... When photojournalism becomes art photography. Exclusive Collection "A look at the world as it really is". Archives from Agence France Presse

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Parcel Lenght Height Width Weight
1 x Parcel 1 127 cm 7 cm 87 cm 8.5 kg
Reference
806184
Manufacturing area
France

Regard ALLAHABA photo print 80X120

399

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