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AFGHANISTAN-HUMANINTEREST
RTX1QC4Z
August 31, 2015
Hamid Rahman Rahmani, 16, who is part of the Afghan Mobile Mini Circus for Children (MMCC), practises...
Kabul, Afghanistan
Hamid Rahman Rahmani, 16, who is part of the Afghan Mobile Mini Circus for Children (MMCC), practises...
Hamid Rahman Rahmani, 16, who is part of the Afghan Mobile Mini Circus for Children (MMCC), practises in Kabul, Afghanistan August 17, 2015. The MMCC, founded by David Mason from Denmark, teaches cooperation and creativity to children scarred by years of war in Afghanistan. Despite the dangers, the project has grown so popular that it now runs centres in ten provinces and has hundreds of regular students. The circus makes visits to internally displaced persons camps, schools, orphanages, and holds annual festivals. The children are taught the skills of juggling clubs, walking on stilts and acrobatics. Picture taken August 17, 2015. REUTERS/Ahmad Masood
AFGHANISTAN-HUMANINTEREST
RTX1QC4H
August 31, 2015
An Afghan policeman keeps watch as members of the Afghan Mobile Mini Circus for Children (MMCC) wait...
Kabul, Afghanistan
An Afghan policeman keeps watch as members of the Afghan Mobile Mini Circus for Children (MMCC) wait...
An Afghan policeman keeps watch as members of the Afghan Mobile Mini Circus for Children (MMCC) wait for their turn to perform during MMCC's festival in Kabul, Afghanistan August 14, 2015. The MMCC, founded by David Mason from Denmark, teaches cooperation and creativity to children scarred by years of war in Afghanistan. Despite the dangers, the project has grown so popular that it now runs centres in ten provinces and has hundreds of regular students. The circus makes visits to internally displaced persons' camps, schools, orphanages, and holds annual festivals. The children are taught the skills of juggling clubs, walking on stilts and acrobatics. Picture taken August 14, 2015. REUTERS/Ahmad Masood
AFGHANISTAN-HUMANINTEREST
RTX1QC4D
August 31, 2015
Boys who are part of Afghan Mobile Mini Circus for Children (MMCC) act in a play during MMCC's festival...
Kabul, Afghanistan
Boys who are part of Afghan Mobile Mini Circus for Children (MMCC) act in a play during MMCC's festival...
Boys who are part of Afghan Mobile Mini Circus for Children (MMCC) act in a play during MMCC's festival in Kabul, Afghanistan August 14, 2015. The MMCC, founded by David Mason from Denmark, teaches cooperation and creativity to children scarred by years of war in Afghanistan. Despite the dangers, the project has grown so popular that it now runs centres in ten provinces and has hundreds of regular students. The circus makes visits to internally displaced persons' camps, schools, orphanages, and holds annual festivals. The children are taught the skills of juggling clubs, walking on stilts and acrobatics. Picture taken August 14, 2015. REUTERS/Ahmad Masood
AFGHANISTAN-HUMANINTEREST
RTX1QC43
August 31, 2015
People watch a member of Afghan Mobile Mini Circus for Children (MMCC) perform during MMCC's festival...
Kabul, Afghanistan
People watch a member of Afghan Mobile Mini Circus for Children (MMCC) perform during MMCC's festival...
People watch a member of Afghan Mobile Mini Circus for Children (MMCC) perform during MMCC's festival in Kabul, Afghanistan August 14, 2015. The MMCC, founded by David Mason from Denmark, teaches cooperation and creativity to children scarred by years of war in Afghanistan. Despite the dangers, the project has grown so popular that it now runs centres in ten provinces and has hundreds of regular students. The circus makes visits to internally displaced persons' camps, schools, orphanages, and holds annual festivals. The children are taught the skills of juggling clubs, walking on stilts and acrobatics. Picture taken August 14, 2015. REUTERS/Ahmad Masood
AFGHANISTAN-HUMANINTEREST
RTX1QC3Z
August 31, 2015
Juggling clubs belonging to Afghan Mobile Mini Circus for Children (MMCC) are prepared for a performance...
Kabul, Afghanistan
Juggling clubs belonging to Afghan Mobile Mini Circus for Children (MMCC) are prepared for a performance...
Juggling clubs belonging to Afghan Mobile Mini Circus for Children (MMCC) are prepared for a performance at a girls' school in Kabul, Afghanistan August 25, 2015. The MMCC, founded by David Mason from Denmark, teaches cooperation and creativity to children scarred by years of war in Afghanistan. Despite the dangers, the project has grown so popular that it now runs centres in ten provinces and has hundreds of regular students. The circus makes visits to internally displaced persons' camps, schools, orphanages, and holds annual festivals. The children are taught the skills of juggling clubs, walking on stilts and acrobatics. Picture taken August 25, 2015. REUTERS/Ahmad Masood
AFGHANISTAN-HUMANINTEREST
RTX1QC3R
August 31, 2015
Girls, who are part of Afghan Mobile Mini Circus for Children (MMCC), participate in a juggling competition...
Kabul, Afghanistan
Girls, who are part of Afghan Mobile Mini Circus for Children (MMCC), participate in a juggling competition...
Girls, who are part of Afghan Mobile Mini Circus for Children (MMCC), participate in a juggling competition in Kabul, Afghanistan August 12, 2015. The MMCC, founded by David Mason from Denmark, teaches cooperation and creativity to children scarred by years of war in Afghanistan. Despite the dangers, the project has grown so popular that it now runs centres in ten provinces and has hundreds of regular students. The circus makes visits to internally displaced persons' camps, schools, orphanages, and holds annual festivals. The children are taught the skills of juggling clubs, walking on stilts and acrobatics. Picture taken August 12, 2015. REUTERS/Ahmad Masood
AFGHANISTAN-HUMANINTEREST
RTX1QC3M
August 31, 2015
People laugh as they watch a performance by Afghan Mobile Mini Circus for Children (MMCC) during MMCC's...
Kabul, Afghanistan
People laugh as they watch a performance by Afghan Mobile Mini Circus for Children (MMCC) during MMCC's...
People laugh as they watch a performance by Afghan Mobile Mini Circus for Children (MMCC) during MMCC's festival in Kabul, Afghanistan August 14, 2015. The MMCC, founded by David Mason from Denmark, teaches cooperation and creativity to children scarred by years of war in Afghanistan. Despite the dangers, the project has grown so popular that it now runs centres in ten provinces and has hundreds of regular students. The circus makes visits to internally displaced persons' camps, schools, orphanages, and holds annual festivals. The children are taught the skills of juggling clubs, walking on stilts and acrobatics. Picture taken August 14, 2015. REUTERS/Ahmad Masood
AFGHANISTAN-HUMANINTEREST
RTX1QC3A
August 31, 2015
Internally displaced children watch as a member of Afghan Mobile Mini Circus for Children (MMCC) performs...
Kabul, Afghanistan
Internally displaced children watch as a member of Afghan Mobile Mini Circus for Children (MMCC) performs...
Internally displaced children watch as a member of Afghan Mobile Mini Circus for Children (MMCC) performs at a camp in Kabul, Afghanistan August 13, 2015. The MMCC, founded by David Mason from Denmark, teaches cooperation and creativity to children scarred by years of war in Afghanistan. Despite the dangers, the project has grown so popular that it now runs centres in ten provinces and has hundreds of regular students. The circus makes visits to internally displaced persons' camps, schools, orphanages, and holds annual festivals. The children are taught the skills of juggling clubs, walking on stilts and acrobatics. Picture taken August 13, 2015. REUTERS/Ahmad Masood
AFGHANISTAN-HUMANINTEREST
RTX1QC32
August 31, 2015
People watch a performance by a member of Afghan Mobile Mini Circus for Children (MMCC) during MMCC's...
Kabul, Afghanistan
People watch a performance by a member of Afghan Mobile Mini Circus for Children (MMCC) during MMCC's...
People watch a performance by a member of Afghan Mobile Mini Circus for Children (MMCC) during MMCC's festival in Kabul, Afghanistan August 14, 2015. The MMCC, founded by David Mason from Denmark, teaches cooperation and creativity to children scarred by years of war in Afghanistan. Despite the dangers, the project has grown so popular that it now runs centres in ten provinces and has hundreds of regular students. The circus makes visits to internally displaced persons' camps, schools, orphanages, and holds annual festivals. The children are taught the skills of juggling clubs, walking on stilts and acrobatics. Picture taken August 14, 2015. REUTERS/Ahmad Masood
AFGHANISTAN-HUMANINTEREST/
RTX1QC2Q
August 31, 2015
Boys, part of Afghan Mobile Mini Circus for Children (MMCC), arrive for a public performance during MMCC's...
Kabul, Afghanistan
Boys, part of Afghan Mobile Mini Circus for Children (MMCC), arrive for a public performance during MMCC's...
Boys, part of Afghan Mobile Mini Circus for Children (MMCC), arrive for a public performance during MMCC's festival in Kabul, Afghanistan August 14, 2015. The MMCC, founded by David Mason from Denmark, teaches cooperation and creativity to children scarred by years of war in Afghanistan. Despite the dangers, the project has grown so popular that it now runs centres in ten provinces and has hundreds of regular students. The circus makes visits to internally displaced persons' camps, schools, orphanages, and holds annual festivals. The children are taught the skills of juggling clubs, walking on stilts and acrobatics. Picture taken August 14, 2015. REUTERS/Ahmad Masood
AFGHANISTAN-HUMANINTEREST/
RTX1QC2D
August 31, 2015
Yousuf, 8, who is part of the Afghan Mobile Mini Circus for Children (MMCC), practises in Kabul, Afghanistan...
Kabul, Afghanistan
Yousuf, 8, who is part of the Afghan Mobile Mini Circus for Children (MMCC), practises in Kabul, Afghanistan...
Yousuf, 8, who is part of the Afghan Mobile Mini Circus for Children (MMCC), practises in Kabul, Afghanistan August 17, 2015.The MMCC, founded by David Mason from Denmark, teaches cooperation and creativity to children scarred by years of war in Afghanistan. Despite the dangers, the project has grown so popular that it now runs centres in ten provinces and has hundreds of regular students. The circus makes visits to internally displaced persons' camps, schools, orphanages, and holds annual festivals. The children are taught the skills of juggling clubs, walking on stilts and acrobatics. Picture taken August 17, 2015. REUTERS/Ahmad Masood
AFGHANISTAN-HUMANINTEREST/
RTX1QC2A
August 31, 2015
Boys who are part of Afghan Mobile Mini Circus for Children (MMCC), practise their acrobatic skills in...
Kabul, Afghanistan
Boys who are part of Afghan Mobile Mini Circus for Children, practise their acrobatic skills in Kabul,...
Boys who are part of Afghan Mobile Mini Circus for Children (MMCC), practise their acrobatic skills in Kabul, Afghanistan August 17, 2015. The MMCC, founded by David Mason from Denmark, teaches cooperation and creativity to children scarred by years of war in Afghanistan. Despite the dangers, the project has grown so popular that it now runs centres in ten provinces and has hundreds of regular students. The circus makes visits to internally displaced persons' camps, schools, orphanages, and holds annual festivals. The children are taught the skills of juggling clubs, walking on stilts and acrobatics. Picture taken August 17, 2015. REUTERS/Ahmad Masood TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
PERU-HUMANINTEREST/
RTR4D0TW
November 06, 2014
Andean people prepare a totora raft at the shores of a Uros island at Lake Titicaca before a re-enactment...
Puno, Peru
Andean people prepare a totora raft at the shores of a Uros island at Lake Titicaca before a re-enactment...
Andean people prepare a totora raft at the shores of a Uros island at Lake Titicaca before a re-enactment of the legend of Manco Capac and Mama Ocllo in Puno November 5, 2014. According to an Inca legend, Manco Capac and Mama Occllo emerged from the waters of the lake carrying a golden staff instructed by the sun god Inti to create a temple in the spot where the staff sank into the earth. The Uros islands are a group of 70 man-made totora reed islands floating on the lake, which according to Peru's tourism board iPeru is the world's highest navigable lake at over 4,000 meters above sea level. The Uros people fish and hunt, but tourism is their main source of livelihood. The actors involved in the re-enactment were locals from Uros island. REUTERS/Enrique Castro-Mendivil (PERU - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION)
PERU-HUMANINTEREST/
RTR4D0TV
November 06, 2014
Andeans row their totora boats as they accompany actors during a re-enactment of the legend of Manco...
Puno, Peru
Andeans row their totora boats as they accompany actors during a re-enactment of the legend of Manco...
Andeans row their totora boats as they accompany actors during a re-enactment of the legend of Manco Capac and Mama Ocllo in a Uros island at Lake Titicaca in Puno November 5, 2014. According to an Inca legend, Manco Capac and Mama Occllo emerged from the waters of the lake carrying a golden staff instructed by the sun god Inti to create a temple in the spot where the staff sank into the earth. The Uros islands are a group of 70 man-made totora reed islands floating on the lake, which according to Peru's tourism board iPeru is the world's highest navigable lake at over 4,000 meters above sea level. The Uros people fish and hunt, but tourism is their main source of livelihood. The actors involved in the re-enactment were locals from Uros island. REUTERS/Enrique Castro-Mendivil (PERU - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION)
PERU-HUMANINTEREST/
RTR4D0TJ
November 06, 2014
Andean actors sail in a totora raft during a re-enactment of the legend of Manco Capac and Mama Ocllo...
Puno, Peru
Andean actors sail in a totora raft during a re-enactment of the legend of Manco Capac and Mama Ocllo...
Andean actors sail in a totora raft during a re-enactment of the legend of Manco Capac and Mama Ocllo in a Uros island at Lake Titicaca in Puno November 5, 2014. According to an Inca legend, Manco Capac and Mama Occllo emerged from the waters of the lake carrying a golden staff instructed by the sun god Inti to create a temple in the spot where the staff sank into the earth. The Uros islands are a group of 70 man-made totora reed islands floating on the lake, which according to Peru's tourism board iPeru is the world's highest navigable lake at over 4,000 meters above sea level. The Uros people fish and hunt, but tourism is their main source of livelihood. The actors involved in the re-enactment were locals from Uros island. REUTERS/Enrique Castro-Mendivil (PERU - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION)
PERU-HUMANINTEREST/
RTR4D0TH
November 06, 2014
Andean actors sail in a totora raft during a re-enactment of the legend of Manco Capac and Mama Ocllo...
Puno, Peru
Andean actors sail in a totora raft during a re-enactment of the legend of Manco Capac and Mama Ocllo...
Andean actors sail in a totora raft during a re-enactment of the legend of Manco Capac and Mama Ocllo in a Uros island at Lake Titicaca in Puno November 5, 2014. According to an Inca legend, Manco Capac and Mama Occllo emerged from the waters of the lake carrying a golden staff instructed by the sun god Inti to create a temple in the spot where the staff sank into the earth. The Uros islands are a group of 70 man-made totora reed islands floating on the lake, which according to Peru's tourism board iPeru is the world's highest navigable lake at over 4,000 meters above sea level. The Uros people fish and hunt, but tourism is their main source of livelihood. The actors involved in the re-enactment were locals from Uros island. REUTERS/Enrique Castro-Mendivil (PERU - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION)
PERU-HUMANINTEREST/
RTR4D0TD
November 06, 2014
Andeans prepare a totora raft at the shores of a Uros island at Lake Titicaca before a re-enactment of...
Puno, Peru
Andeans prepare a totora raft at the shores of a Uros island at Lake Titicaca before a re-enactment of...
Andeans prepare a totora raft at the shores of a Uros island at Lake Titicaca before a re-enactment of the legend of Manco Capac and Mama Ocllo in Puno November 5, 2014. According to an Inca legend, Manco Capac and Mama Occllo emerged from the waters of the lake carrying a golden staff instructed by the sun god Inti to create a temple in the spot where the staff sank into the earth. The Uros islands are a group of 70 man-made totora reed islands floating on the lake, which according to Peru's tourism board iPeru is the world's highest navigable lake at over 4,000 meters above sea level. The Uros people fish and hunt, but tourism is their main source of livelihood. The actors involved in the re-enactment were locals from Uros island. REUTERS/Enrique Castro-Mendivil (PERU - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION)
PERU-HUMANINTEREST/
RTR4D0T2
November 06, 2014
An Andean actor holds a golden staff during a re-enactment of the legend of Manco Capac and Mama Ocllo...
Puno, Peru
An Andean actor holds a golden staff during a re-enactment of the legend of Manco Capac and Mama Ocllo...
An Andean actor holds a golden staff during a re-enactment of the legend of Manco Capac and Mama Ocllo in a Uros island at Lake Titicaca in Puno November 5, 2014. According to an Inca legend, Manco Capac and Mama Occllo emerged from the waters of the lake carrying a golden staff instructed by the sun god Inti to create a temple in the spot where the staff sank into the earth. The Uros islands are a group of 70 man-made totora reed islands floating on the lake, which according to Peru's tourism board iPeru is the world's highest navigable lake at over 4,000 meters above sea level. The Uros people fish and hunt, but tourism is their main source of livelihood. The actors involved in the re-enactment were locals from Uros island. REUTERS/Enrique Castro-Mendivil (PERU - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION)
PERU-HUMANINTEREST/
RTR4D0SY
November 06, 2014
Andean actors perform during a re-enactment of the legend of Manco Capac and Mama Ocllo in a Uros island...
Puno, Peru
Andean actors perform during a re-enactment of the legend of Manco Capac and Mama Ocllo in a Uros island...
Andean actors perform during a re-enactment of the legend of Manco Capac and Mama Ocllo in a Uros island at Lake Titicaca in Puno November 5, 2014. According to an Inca legend, Manco Capac and Mama Occllo emerged from the waters of the lake carrying a golden staff instructed by the sun god Inti to create a temple in the spot where the staff sank into the earth. The Uros islands are a group of 70 man-made totora reed islands floating on the lake, which according to Peru's tourism board iPeru is the world's highest navigable lake at over 4,000 meters above sea level. The Uros people fish and hunt, but tourism is their main source of livelihood. The actors involved in the re-enactment were locals from Uros island. REUTERS/Enrique Castro-Mendivil (PERU - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION)
PERU-HUMANINTEREST/
RTR4D0SV
November 06, 2014
Andean actors perform during a re-enactment of the legend of Manco Capac and Mama Ocllo in a Uros island...
Puno, Peru
Andean actors perform during a re-enactment of the legend of Manco Capac and Mama Ocllo in a Uros island...
Andean actors perform during a re-enactment of the legend of Manco Capac and Mama Ocllo in a Uros island at Lake Titicaca in Puno November 5, 2014. According to an Inca legend, Manco Capac and Mama Occllo emerged from the waters of the lake carrying a golden staff instructed by the sun god Inti to create a temple in the spot where the staff sank into the earth. The Uros islands are a group of 70 man-made totora reed islands floating on the lake, which according to Peru's tourism board iPeru is the world's highest navigable lake at over 4,000 meters above sea level. The Uros people fish and hunt, but tourism is their main source of livelihood. The actors involved in the re-enactment were locals from Uros island. REUTERS/Enrique Castro-Mendivil (PERU - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION)
PERU-HUMANINTEREST/
RTR4D0SI
November 06, 2014
An Andean woman decorates a totora raft at the shores of a Uros island at Lake Titicaca before a re-enactment...
Lima, Peru
An Andean woman decorates a totora raft at the shores of a Uros island at Lake Titicaca before a re-enactment...
An Andean woman decorates a totora raft at the shores of a Uros island at Lake Titicaca before a re-enactment of the legend of Manco Capac and Mama Ocllo in Puno November 5, 2014. According to an Inca legend, Manco Capac and Mama Occllo emerged from the waters of the lake carrying a golden staff instructed by the sun god Inti to create a temple in the spot where the staff sank into the earth. The Uros islands are a group of 70 man-made totora reed islands floating on the lake, which according to Peru's tourism board iPeru is the world's highest navigable lake at over 4,000 meters above sea level. The Uros people fish and hunt, but tourism is their main source of livelihood. The actors involved in the re-enactment were locals from Uros island. REUTERS/Enrique Castro-Mendivil (PERU - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION)
PERU-HUMANINTEREST/
RTR4D0SG
November 06, 2014
An Andean man prepares a totora raft at the shores of a Uros island at Lake Titicaca before a re-enactment...
Puno, Peru
An Andean man prepares a totora raft at the shores of a Uros island at Lake Titicaca before a re-enactment...
An Andean man prepares a totora raft at the shores of a Uros island at Lake Titicaca before a re-enactment of the legend of Manco Capac and Mama Ocllo in Puno November 5, 2014. According to an Inca legend, Manco Capac and Mama Occllo emerged from the waters of the lake carrying a golden staff instructed by the sun god Inti to create a temple in the spot where the staff sank into the earth. The Uros islands are a group of 70 man-made totora reed islands floating on the lake, which according to Peru's tourism board iPeru is the world's highest navigable lake at over 4,000 meters above sea level. The Uros people fish and hunt, but tourism is their main source of livelihood. The actors involved in the re-enactment were locals from Uros island. REUTERS/Enrique Castro-Mendivil (PERU - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION)
PERU-HUMANINTEREST/
RTR4D0SD
November 06, 2014
An Andean man prepares a totora raft at the shores of a Uros island at Lake Titicaca before a re-enactment...
Puno, Peru
An Andean man prepares a totora raft at the shores of a Uros island at Lake Titicaca before a re-enactment...
An Andean man prepares a totora raft at the shores of a Uros island at Lake Titicaca before a re-enactment of the legend of Manco Capac and Mama Ocllo in Puno November 5, 2014. According to an Inca legend, Manco Capac and Mama Occllo emerged from the waters of the lake carrying a golden staff instructed by the sun god Inti to create a temple in the spot where the staff sank into the earth. The Uros islands are a group of 70 man-made totora reed islands floating on the lake, which according to Peru's tourism board iPeru is the world's highest navigable lake at over 4,000 meters above sea level. The Uros people fish and hunt, but tourism is their main source of livelihood. The actors involved in the re-enactment were locals from Uros island. REUTERS/Enrique Castro-Mendivil (PERU - Tags: SOCIETY)
PERU-HUMANINTEREST/
RTR4D0R3
November 06, 2014
An Andean man eats outside his straw house in a Uros island at Lake Titicaca in Puno November 5, 2014....
Puno, Peru
An Andean man eats outside his straw house in a Uros island at Lake Titicaca in Puno
An Andean man eats outside his straw house in a Uros island at Lake Titicaca in Puno November 5, 2014. The Uros islands are a group of 70 man-made totora reed islands floating on the lake, which according to Peru's tourism board iPeru is the world's highest navigable lake at over 4,000 meters above sea level. The Uros people fish and hunt, but tourism is their main source of livelihood. REUTERS/Enrique Castro-Mendivil (PERU - Tags: SOCIETY)
PERU-HUMANINTEREST/
RTR4D0QA
November 05, 2014
Andeans prepare their boats at the shores of a Uros island at Lake Titicaca in Puno November 5, 2014....
Puno, Peru
Andeans prepare their boats at the shores of a Uros island at Lake Titicaca in Puno
Andeans prepare their boats at the shores of a Uros island at Lake Titicaca in Puno November 5, 2014. The Uros islands are a group of 70 man-made totora reed islands floating on the lake, which according to Peru's tourism board iPeru is the world's highest navigable lake at over 4,000 meters above sea level. The Uros people fish and hunt, but tourism is their main source of livelihood. REUTERS/Enrique Castro-Mendivil (PERU - Tags: SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT)
PERU-HUMANINTEREST/
RTR4D0Q2
November 05, 2014
An Andean man rows a boat next to the shores of Uros islands at Lake Titicaca in Puno November 5, 2014....
Puno, Peru
An Andean man rows a boat next to the shores of Uros islands at Lake Titicaca in Puno
An Andean man rows a boat next to the shores of Uros islands at Lake Titicaca in Puno November 5, 2014. The Uros islands are a group of 70 man-made totora reed islands floating on the lake, which according to Peru's tourism board iPeru is the world's highest navigable lake at over 4,000 meters above sea level. The Uros people fish and hunt, but tourism is their main source of livelihood. REUTERS/Enrique Castro-Mendivil (PERU - Tags: SOCIETY)
PERU-HUMANINTEREST/
RTR4D0PV
November 05, 2014
An Andean girl walks near straw huts in a Uros island at Lake Titicaca in Puno November 5, 2014. The...
Puno, Peru
An Andean girl walks near straw huts in a Uros island at Lake Titicaca in Puno
An Andean girl walks near straw huts in a Uros island at Lake Titicaca in Puno November 5, 2014. The Uros islands are a group of 70 man-made totora reed islands floating on the lake, which according to Peru's tourism board iPeru is the world's highest navigable lake at over 4,000 meters above sea level. The Uros people fish and hunt, but tourism is their main source of livelihood. REUTERS/Enrique Castro-Mendivil (PERU - Tags: SOCIETY)
PERU-HUMANINTEREST/
RTR4D0PO
November 05, 2014
An Andean woman steps out of her house, a straw hut, in a Uros island at Lake Titicaca in Puno November...
Puno, Peru
An Andean woman steps out of her house, a straw hut, in a Uros island at Lake Titicaca in Puno
An Andean woman steps out of her house, a straw hut, in a Uros island at Lake Titicaca in Puno November 5, 2014. The Uros islands are a group of 70 man-made totora reed islands floating on the lake, which according to Peru's tourism board iPeru is the world's highest navigable lake at over 4,000 meters above sea level. The Uros people fish and hunt, but tourism is their main source of livelihood. REUTERS/Enrique Castro-Mendivil (PERU - Tags: SOCIETY) TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
PERU-HUMANINTEREST/
RTR4D0PL
November 05, 2014
An Andean girl walks in front of her home, a straw hut, at a Uros island at Lake Titicaca in Puno November...
Puno, Peru
An Andean girl walks in front of her home, a straw hut, at a Uros island at Lake Titicaca in Puno
An Andean girl walks in front of her home, a straw hut, at a Uros island at Lake Titicaca in Puno November 5, 2014. The Uros islands are a group of 70 man-made totora reed islands floating on the lake, which according to Peru's tourism board iPeru is the world's highest navigable lake at over 4,000 meters above sea level. The Uros people fish and hunt, but tourism is their main source of livelihood. REUTERS/Enrique Castro-Mendivil (PERU - Tags: SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
PERU-HUMANINTEREST/
RTR4D0PA
November 05, 2014
An Andean man and a child stand at the top of a tower in a Uros island at Lake Titicaca in Puno November...
Puno, Peru
An Andean man and a child stand at the top of a tower in a Uros island at Lake Titicaca in Puno
An Andean man and a child stand at the top of a tower in a Uros island at Lake Titicaca in Puno November 5, 2014. The Uros islands are a group of 70 man-made totora reed islands floating on the lake, which according to Peru's tourism board iPeru is the world's highest navigable lake at over 4,000 meters above sea level. The Uros people fish and hunt, but tourism is their main source of livelihood. REUTERS/Enrique Castro-Mendivil (PERU - Tags: SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
PERU-HUMANINTEREST/
RTR4D0OV
November 05, 2014
An Andean man and a woman, depicting Inca's legendary characters Manco Capac and Mama Ocllo, pose for...
Puno, Peru
An Andean man and a woman, depicting Inca's legendary characters Manco Capac and Mama Ocllo, pose in...
An Andean man and a woman, depicting Inca's legendary characters Manco Capac and Mama Ocllo, pose for a portrait in a Uros island at Lake Titicaca before a re-enactment in Puno November 5, 2014. According to an Inca legend, Manco Capac and Mama Occllo emerged from the waters of the lake carrying a golden staff instructed by the sun god Inti to create a temple in the spot where the staff sank into the earth. The Uros islands are a group of 70 man-made totora reed islands floating on the lake, which according to Peru's tourism board iPeru is the world's highest navigable lake at over 4,000 meters above sea level. The Uros people fish and hunt, but tourism is their main source of livelihood. The actors involved in the re-enactment were locals from Uros island. REUTERS/Enrique Castro-Mendivil (PERU - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
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