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Search results for: Socotra-(City)

YEMEN/
RTX15NBE
November 21, 2013
A local guide walks on the approach to Ditwa lagoon and beach near the port of Qalensiya, the second...
SOCOTRA, Yemen
A local guide walks on the approach to Ditwa lagoon and beach near the port of Qalensiya, the second...
A local guide walks on the approach to Ditwa lagoon and beach near the port of Qalensiya, the second biggest town on Yemen's Socotra island November 21, 2013. The Socotra islands, in the Arabian Sea 380 km south of mainland Yemen and 80 km west of the Horn of Africa, harbour many unique species of birds and plants and gained UNESCO recognition in July 2008 as a world natural heritage site. REUTERS/Mohamed al-Sayaghi (YEMEN - Tags: TRAVEL ANIMALS)
YEMEN/
RTX15NBB
November 21, 2013
The approach to Ditwa lagoon and beach is pictured near the port of Qalensiya, the second biggest town...
SOCOTRA, Yemen
The approach to Ditwa lagoon and beach is pictured near the port of Qalensiya, the second biggest town...
The approach to Ditwa lagoon and beach is pictured near the port of Qalensiya, the second biggest town on Yemen's Socotra island, November 21, 2013. The Socotra islands, in the Arabian Sea 380 km south of mainland Yemen and 80 km west of the Horn of Africa, harbour many unique species of birds and plants and gained UNESCO recognition in July 2008 as a world natural heritage site. REUTERS/Mohamed al-Sayaghi (YEMEN - Tags: TRAVEL ENVIRONMENT)
YEMEN/
RTX15NB8
November 21, 2013
A woman sits on the road to Homhil of the Socotra islands November 21, 2013. The Socotra islands, in...
SOCOTRA, Yemen
A woman sits on the road to Homhil of the Socotra islands
A woman sits on the road to Homhil of the Socotra islands November 21, 2013. The Socotra islands, in the Arabian Sea 380 km south of mainland Yemen and 80 km west of the Horn of Africa, harbour many unique species of birds and plants and gained UNESCO recognition in July 2008 as a world natural heritage site. REUTERS/Mohamed al-Sayaghi (YEMEN - Tags: TRAVEL ANIMALS)
YEMEN/
RTX15NB6
November 21, 2013
Dragon's Blood trees, known locally as Dam al-Akhawain or blood of the two brothers, are pictured on...
SOCOTRA, Yemen
Dragon's Blood trees, known locally as Dam al-Akhawain or blood of the two brothers, are pictured on...
Dragon's Blood trees, known locally as Dam al-Akhawain or blood of the two brothers, are pictured on Socotra island November 21, 2013. The Socotra islands, in the Arabian Sea 380 km south of mainland Yemen and 80 km west of the Horn of Africa, harbour many unique species of birds and plants and gained UNESCO recognition in July 2008 as a world natural heritage site. REUTERS/Mohamed al-Sayaghi (YEMEN - Tags: TRAVEL ENVIRONMENT)
YEMEN/
RTX15NB2
November 21, 2013
A man and his wife milk a cow on the road to Homhil of the Socotra islands November 21, 2013. The Socotra...
SOCOTRA, Yemen
A man and his wife milk a cow on the road to Homhil of the Socotra islands
A man and his wife milk a cow on the road to Homhil of the Socotra islands November 21, 2013. The Socotra islands, in the Arabian Sea 380 km south of mainland Yemen and 80 km west of the Horn of Africa, harbour many unique species of birds and plants and gained UNESCO recognition in July 2008 as a world natural heritage site. REUTERS/Mohamed al-Sayaghi (YEMEN - Tags: TRAVEL ANIMALS)
YEMEN/
RTX15NB0
November 21, 2013
A view shows Hadibu city on the capital island of Socotra November 21, 2013. The Socotra islands, in...
SOCOTRA, Yemen
A view shows Hadibu city on the capital island of Socotra
A view shows Hadibu city on the capital island of Socotra November 21, 2013. The Socotra islands, in the Arabian Sea 380 km south of mainland Yemen and 80 km west of the Horn of Africa, harbour many unique species of birds and plants and gained UNESCO recognition in July 2008 as a world natural heritage site. REUTERS/Mohamed al-Sayaghi (YEMEN - Tags: TRAVEL CITYSCAPE)
YEMEN/
RTX15M14
November 20, 2013
Tourists swim at the Dihamri PA beach of Socotra island November 20, 2013. Socotra is located in the...
SOCOTRA, Yemen
Tourists swim at the Dihamri PA beach of Socotra island
Tourists swim at the Dihamri PA beach of Socotra island November 20, 2013. Socotra is located in the Arabian Sea, 380 km south of mainland Yemen and 80 km west of the Horn of Africa. The Socotra islands, which harbour many unique species of birds and plants, gained UNESCO recognition in July 2008 as a world natural heritage site. REUTERS/Mohamed al-Sayaghi (YEMEN - Tags: TRAVEL ENVIRONMENT)
YEMEN/
RTX15LZ2
November 20, 2013
Socotran "desert roses", whose obese trunks are adapted to store water, stand on a hillside in Wadi Diksam...
SOCOTRA, Yemen
Socotran "desert roses" stand on a hillside in Wadi Diksam on Socotra island
Socotran "desert roses", whose obese trunks are adapted to store water, stand on a hillside in Wadi Diksam on Socotra island November 20, 2013. Socotra is located in the Arabian Sea, 380 km (238 miles) south of mainland Yemen and 80 km west of the Horn of Africa. The Socotra islands, which harbour many unique species of birds and plants, gained UNESCO recognition in July 2008 as a world natural heritage site.REUTERS/Mohamed al-Sayaghi (YEMEN - Tags: TRAVEL ENVIRONMENT)
YEMEN/
RTX15KEQ
November 19, 2013
Girls are pictured at their house on Socotra island November 19, 2013. Socotra is located in the Arabian...
SOCOTRA, Yemen
Girls are pictured at their house on Socotra island
Girls are pictured at their house on Socotra island November 19, 2013. Socotra is located in the Arabian Sea, 380 km south of mainland Yemen and 80 km west of the Horn of Africa. The Socotra islands, which harbour many unique species of birds and plants, gained UNESCO recognition in July 2008 as a world natural heritage site.REUTERS/Mohamed al-Sayaghi (YEMEN - Tags: TRAVEL SOCIETY)
YEMEN/
RTX15KEP
November 19, 2013
Socotran "desert roses", whose obese trunks are adapted to store water, stand on a hillside in Wadi Diksam...
SOCOTRA, Yemen
Socotran "desert roses" stand on a hillside in Wadi Diksam on Socotra island
Socotran "desert roses", whose obese trunks are adapted to store water, stand on a hillside in Wadi Diksam on Socotra island November 19, 2013. Socotra is located in the Arabian Sea, 380 km south of mainland Yemen and 80 km west of the Horn of Africa. The Socotra islands, which harbour many unique species of birds and plants, gained UNESCO recognition in July 2008 as a world natural heritage site. REUTERS/Mohamed al-Sayaghi (YEMEN - Tags: TRAVEL ENVIRONMENT)
YEMEN/
RTX15KEL
November 19, 2013
Girls stand during the morning assembly at their school on Socotra island November 19, 2013. Socotra...
SOCOTRA, Yemen
Girls stand during the morning assembly at their school on Socotra island
Girls stand during the morning assembly at their school on Socotra island November 19, 2013. Socotra is located in the Arabian Sea, 380 km south of mainland Yemen and 80 km west of the Horn of Africa. The Socotra islands, which harbour many unique species of birds and plants, gained UNESCO recognition in July 2008 as a world natural heritage site. REUTERS/Mohamed al-Sayaghi (YEMEN - Tags: TRAVEL EDUCATION SOCIETY)
YEMEN/
RTX15KE6
November 19, 2013
A woman stands with her cows on Socotra island November 19, 2013. Socotra is located in the Arabian Sea,...
SOCOTRA, Yemen
A woman stands with her cows on Socotra island
A woman stands with her cows on Socotra island November 19, 2013. Socotra is located in the Arabian Sea, 380 km south of mainland Yemen and 80 km west of the Horn of Africa. The Socotra islands, which harbour many unique species of birds and plants, gained UNESCO recognition in July 2008 as a world natural heritage site. REUTERS/Mohamed al-Sayaghi (YEMEN - Tags: ANIMALS TRAVEL ENVIRONMENT)
YEMEN/
RTX15KCU
November 19, 2013
Socotran "desert roses", whose obese trunks are adapted to store water, stand on a hillside in Wadi Diksam...
SOCOTRA, Yemen
Socotran "desert roses" stand on a hillside in Wadi Diksam on Socotra island
Socotran "desert roses", whose obese trunks are adapted to store water, stand on a hillside in Wadi Diksam on Socotra island November 19, 2013. Socotra is located in the Arabian Sea, 380 km south of mainland Yemen and 80 km west of the Horn of Africa. The Socotra islands, which harbour many unique species of birds and plants, gained UNESCO recognition in July 2008 as a world natural heritage site. REUTERS/Mohamed al-Sayaghi (YEMEN - Tags: TRAVEL ENVIRONMENT)
YEMEN/
RTX15KBQ
November 19, 2013
A car is pictured at the mouth of Dogub cave on Socotra island November 19, 2013. Socotra is located...
SOCOTRA, Yemen
A car is pictured at the mouth of Dogub cave on Socotra island
A car is pictured at the mouth of Dogub cave on Socotra island November 19, 2013. Socotra is located in the Arabian Sea, 380 km south of mainland Yemen and 80 km west of the Horn of Africa. The Socotra islands, which harbour many unique species of birds and plants, gained UNESCO recognition in July 2008 as a world natural heritage site. REUTERS/Mohamed al-Sayaghi (YEMEN - Tags: TRAVEL ENVIRONMENT)
YEMEN-SOCOTRA
RTR1ZTTP
April 24, 2008
The approach to Ditwa lagoon and beach near the port of Qalensiya, the second biggest town on Yemen's...
SOCOTRA, Yemen
To match feature YEMEN-SOCOTRA
The approach to Ditwa lagoon and beach near the port of Qalensiya, the second biggest town on Yemen's Socotra island in the Arabian Sea February 1, 2008. Now that Socotra's long isolation has been eroded, Socotra faces the challenge of how to conserve its natural treasures while opening up to tourism and improving life for its 50,000 inhabitants. REUTERS/ Alistair Lyon (YEMEN)
YEMEN-SOCOTRA
RTR1ZTTN
April 24, 2008
Noh Maalha, a Socotri goatherd, stands next to a Dragon's Blood tree in the compound of his house February...
SOCOTRA, Yemen
To match feature YEMEN-SOCOTRA
Noh Maalha, a Socotri goatherd, stands next to a Dragon's Blood tree in the compound of his house February 1, 2008. Evolution has run riot on Yemens windy isles of Socotra, whose dizzing cliffs, jagged peaks and exotic plants entice the imagination to do the same. REUTERS/ Alistair Lyon (YEMEN)
YEMEN-SOCOTRA
RTR1ZTTM
April 24, 2008
Socotri fishermen head out to sea from the port of Qalensiya, the second biggest town on Yemen's island...
SOCOTRA, Yemen
To match feature YEMEN-SOCOTRA
Socotri fishermen head out to sea from the port of Qalensiya, the second biggest town on Yemen's island of Socotra February 1, 2008. To match feature YEMEN-SOCOTRA
REUTERS/ Alistair Lyon (YEMEN)
YEMEN-SOCOTRA/
RTR1ZTND
April 24, 2008
A tourist swims in a natural rock pool in a river on the island of Socotra February 1, 2008. Socotra...
SOCOTRA, Yemen
To match feature YEMEN-SOCOTRA
A tourist swims in a natural rock pool in a river on the island of Socotra February 1, 2008. Socotra is located in the Arabian Sea, 380 km (238 miles) south of mainland Yemen and 80 km west of the Horn of Africa. The Socotra islands, which harbour many unique species of birds and plants, may gain UNESCO recognition in July as a world natural heritage site. Picture taken on February 1, 2008. To match feature YEMEN-SOCOTRA REUTERS/Alistair Lyon/Files (YEMEN)
YEMEN-SOCOTRA/
RTR1ZTNA
April 24, 2008
A local guide stands at the mouth of Di Gob cave on Socotra island February 1, 2008. Socotra is located...
SOCOTRA, Yemen
To match feature YEMEN-SOCOTRA
A local guide stands at the mouth of Di Gob cave on Socotra island February 1, 2008. Socotra is located in the Arabian Sea, 380 km (238 miles) south of mainland Yemen and 80 km west of the Horn of Africa. The Socotra islands, which harbour many unique species of birds and plants, may gain UNESCO recognition in July as a world natural heritage site. Picture taken on February 1, 2008. To match feature YEMEN-SOCOTRA REUTERS/Alistair Lyon/Files (YEMEN)
YEMEN-SOCOTRA/
RTR1ZTN9
April 24, 2008
A girl swings on a rope in the fishing port of Qalensiya, the second biggest town on Socotra island February...
SOCOTRA, Yemen
To match feature YEMEN-SOCOTRA
A girl swings on a rope in the fishing port of Qalensiya, the second biggest town on Socotra island February 1, 2008. Socotra is located in the Arabian Sea, 380 km (238 miles) south of mainland Yemen and 80 km west of the Horn of Africa. The Socotra islands, which harbour many unique species of birds and plants, may gain UNESCO recognition in July as a world natural heritage site. Picture taken on February 1, 2008. To match feature YEMEN-SOCOTRA REUTERS/Alistair Lyon/Files (YEMEN)
YEMEN-SOCOTRA/
RTR1ZTN8
April 24, 2008
Dragon's Blood trees (L) and Socotran "desert roses" stand on a hillside in the protected area of Homhill...
SOCOTRA, Yemen
To match feature YEMEN-SOCOTRA
Dragon's Blood trees (L) and Socotran "desert roses" stand on a hillside in the protected area of Homhill on Socotra island February 1, 2008. Socotra is located in the Arabian Sea, 380 km (238 miles) south of mainland Yemen and 80 km west of the Horn of Africa. The Socotra islands, which harbour many unique species of birds and plants, may gain UNESCO recognition in July as a world natural heritage site. Picture taken on February 1, 2008. To match feature YEMEN-SOCOTRA REUTERS/Alistair Lyon/Files (YEMEN)
YEMEN-SOCOTRA/
RTR1ZTN7
April 24, 2008
Socotran "desert roses", whose obese trunks are adapted to store water, stand on a hillside in Wadi Diksam...
SOCOTRA, Yemen
To match feature YEMEN-SOCOTRA
Socotran "desert roses", whose obese trunks are adapted to store water, stand on a hillside in Wadi Diksam on Socotra island February 1, 2008. Socotra is located in the Arabian Sea, 380 km (238 miles) south of mainland Yemen and 80 km west of the Horn of Africa. The Socotra islands, which harbour many unique species of birds and plants, may gain UNESCO recognition in July as a world natural heritage site. Picture taken on February 1, 2008. To match feature YEMEN-SOCOTRA REUTERS/Alistair Lyon/Files (YEMEN)
YEMEN-SOCOTRA/
RTR1ZTN4
April 24, 2008
Children play among fishing boats on the beach at Qalensiya, the second biggest town on Socotra island...
SOCOTRA, Yemen
To match feature YEMEN-SOCOTRA
Children play among fishing boats on the beach at Qalensiya, the second biggest town on Socotra island February 1, 2008. Socotra is located in the Arabian Sea, 380 km (238 miles) south of mainland Yemen and 80 km west of the Horn of Africa. The Socotra islands, which harbour many unique species of birds and plants, may gain UNESCO recognition in July as a world natural heritage site. Picture taken on February 1, 2008. To match feature YEMEN-SOCOTRA REUTERS/ Alistair Lyon/Files (YEMEN)
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