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Search results for: Moor-(ethnic-group)

BRAZIL/
RTR2EA05
May 23, 2010
Horsemen playing the role of Moors knights ride their horses during the "Cavalhadas" festival in Pirenopolis,...
PIRENOPOLIS, Brazil
Horsemen playing the role of Moors knights ride their horses during the "Cavalhadas" festival in Pirenopolis...
Horsemen playing the role of Moors knights ride their horses during the "Cavalhadas" festival in Pirenopolis, 150 km (93 miles) from Brasilia, May 23, 2010. The Cavalhadas festival is held in commemoration of the victory by the Christian knights, whom fought in Charlemagne's army in the 8th century, over the Moors. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes (BRAZIL - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION)
ALGERIA
RTX8AEV
September 01, 2008
An elderly woman look through an old banister at her moorish house in the Algiers Casbah March 16, 2008....
Algiers, Algeria
An elderly woman look through an old banister at her moorish house in the Algiers Casbah
An elderly woman look through an old banister at her moorish house in the Algiers Casbah March 16, 2008. From cutlass and canon to earthquake and flood, powerful forces have long done damage to the Algiers Casbah, fabled bastion of Barbary pirates who plied the Mediterranean for centuries in defiance of European power. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra(ALGERIA)
ALGERIA
RTX8AEN
September 01, 2008
A view of neglected moorish house in the Algiers Casbah March 15, 2008. From cutlass and canon to earthquake...
Algiers, Algeria
A view of neglected moorish house in the Algiers Casbah
A view of neglected moorish house in the Algiers Casbah March 15, 2008. From cutlass and canon to earthquake and flood, powerful forces have long done damage to the Algiers Casbah, fabled bastion of Barbary pirates who plied the Mediterranean for centuries in defiance of European power. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra(ALGERIA)
ALGERIA CASBAH
RTX8A94
September 01, 2008
A woman looks through the door of her Moorish house in the Algiers Casbah March 16, 2008. From cutlass...
Algiers, Algeria
To match feature ALGERIA CASBAH
A woman looks through the door of her Moorish house in the Algiers Casbah March 16, 2008. From cutlass and canon to earthquake and flood, powerful forces have long done damage to the Algiers Casbah, fabled bastion of Barbary pirates who plied the Mediterranean for centuries in defiance of European power. But the deadliest of the many blows suffered by Algiers' disintegrating old quarter may actually be contemporary -- neglect by successive governments of modern Algeria. Picture taken March 16. To match feature ALGERIA CASBAH REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra (ALGERIA)
ALGERIA CASBAH
RTX8A92
September 01, 2008
Workers chop wood during the restoration of a Moorish house in the Algiers Casbah March 14, 2008. From...
Algiers, Algeria
To match feature ALGERIA CASBAH
Workers chop wood during the restoration of a Moorish house in the Algiers Casbah March 14, 2008. From cutlass and canon to earthquake and flood, powerful forces have long done damage to the Algiers Casbah, fabled bastion of Barbary pirates who plied the Mediterranean for centuries in defiance of European power. But the deadliest of the many blows suffered by Algiers' disintegrating old quarter may actually be contemporary -- neglect by successive governments of modern Algeria. Picture taken March 14. To match feature ALGERIA CASBAH REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra(ALGERIA)
SPAIN/
RTR1SK2N
August 06, 2007
Dancers perform an exotic dance during the 13th Moorish Games of Aben Humeya in Purchena, southeast Spain...
PURCHENA, Spain
Dancers perform an exotic dance during the 13th Moorish Games of Aben Humeya in Purchena
Dancers perform an exotic dance during the 13th Moorish Games of Aben Humeya in Purchena, southeast Spain late August 5, 2007. The games is a competition of medieval sports and exotic dancing. REUTERS/Francisco Bonilla (SPAIN)
BANGLADESH/
RTR1RN33
July 09, 2007
Workers wait with their boats for passengers to cross the river Buriganga in Dhaka July 9, 2007. REUTERS/Rafiqur...
Dhaka, Bangladesh
Workers wait with their boats for passengers to cross the river Buriganga
Workers wait with their boats for passengers to cross the river Buriganga in Dhaka July 9, 2007. REUTERS/Rafiqur Rahman (BANGLADESH)
BANGLADESH/
RTR1RN2W
July 09, 2007
Workers unload sacks full of betel nuts, from the southern Barisal district of Bangladesh, out of boats...
Dhaka, Bangladesh
Workers unload sacks full of betel nuts, from the southern Barisal district of Bangladesh, out of boats...
Workers unload sacks full of betel nuts, from the southern Barisal district of Bangladesh, out of boats on the bank of river Buriganga in Dhaka July 9, 2007.REUTERS/Rafiqur Rahman.(BANGLADESH)
BANGLADESH/
RTR1R737
June 27, 2007
Children jump into Buriganga River to cool themselves from the summer heat in Dhaka June 27, 2007. REUTERS/Rafiqur...
Dhaka, Bangladesh
Children jump into Buriganga River to cool themselves from the summer heat in Dhaka
Children jump into Buriganga River to cool themselves from the summer heat in Dhaka June 27, 2007. REUTERS/Rafiqur Rahman (BANGLADESH)
BANGLADESH
RTR1P7VF
May 01, 2007
Boatmen use umbrellas to protect themselves from the sun as they wait for passengers on the Buriganga...
Dhaka, Bangladesh
Boatmen use umbrellas to protect themselves from the sun as they wait for passengers on the Buriganga...
Boatmen use umbrellas to protect themselves from the sun as they wait for passengers on the Buriganga river in Dhaka May 1, 2007. REUTERS/Rafiqur Rahman (BANGLADESH)
GUINEA/
RTR1MPPD
February 22, 2007
A girl sells peanuts at the loading dock of the fishing port of Boulbinet in Conakry, Guinea February...
Conakry, Guinea
A girl sells peanuts at the loading dock of the fishing port of Boulbinet in Conakry, Guinea
A girl sells peanuts at the loading dock of the fishing port of Boulbinet in Conakry, Guinea February 22, 2007. REUTERS/Luc Gnago (GUINEA)
SPAIN
RTR1IM9V
October 23, 2006
Men dressed up as moors hold their guns during a traditional festival of "Moors and Christians," remembering...
Calpe, Spain
Men dressed up as moors hold their guns during traditional festival of "Moors and Christians" in eastern...
Men dressed up as moors hold their guns during a traditional festival of "Moors and Christians," remembering an assault of moorish pirates in the year 1609 on the village of Calpe, near the eastern Spanish town of Alicante October 23, 2006. Villages all over Spain hold annual festivals to commemorate the "Reconquista", the reconquest of Spain by Christians from the Moors, which was completed in 1492 after more than 700 years of Muslim rule in much of the country. REUTERS/Heino Kalis (SPAIN)
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