Ajax loader

Can't find what you're looking for?

 

Be sure to Sign in to see all available content.

 

If you don't have an account, Register here.

Search results for: Tuvan-(People-from-Tuva)

RUSSIA-DAILYLIFE/
RTX4X7NQ 
February 16, 2018 
An aerial view shows Tuvan shepherds, who travel on a sledge harnessed with an Asian two-humped camel... 
Republic of Tuva, Russia 
Tuvan shepherds travel in the snow-covered steppe near Kyzyl town in the Republic of Tuva 
An aerial view shows Tuvan shepherds, who travel on a sledge harnessed with an Asian two-humped camel in the snow-covered steppe, with air temperature at about minus 27 degrees Celsius (minus 16.6 degrees Fahrenheit), near the nomad camp of farmer Tanzurun Darisyu located in Kara-Charyaa area south of Kyzyl town, the administrative centre of the Republic of Tuva (Tyva region) in Southern Siberia, Russia February 14, 2018. Picture taken February 14, 2018. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin 
RUSSIA-RELIGION/
RTX2S50V 
November 06, 2016 
Duger Khomushku (R), a shaman representing the so-called Dungur society, conducts a spiritualistic session... 
Kyzyl, Russia 
Shaman conducts spiritualistic session in Republic of Tuva 
Duger Khomushku (R), a shaman representing the so-called Dungur society, conducts a spiritualistic session with a customer on the exorcism of evil spirits at a court yard of his residence in the town of Kyzyl, the administrative centre of the Republic of Tuva (Tyva region) in Southern Siberia, Russia November 3, 2016. The region is inhabited by Tuvans, historically cattle-herding nomads, who nowadays practise two main confessions - Buddhism and Shamanism. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY 
RUSSIA-RELIGION/
RTS4J74 
October 15, 2015 
Anisya Mongush (L), a female shaman representing the so-called Dungur society, conducts a session to... 
Kyzyl, Russia 
Shaman conducts a session conducts a session to clarify and improve the relations of a customer with... 
Anisya Mongush (L), a female shaman representing the so-called Dungur society, conducts a session to clarify and improve the relations of a customer, a local boy, with other people at her residence in the town of Kyzyl, the administrative centre of Tuva region, Southern Siberia, Russia, October 7, 2015. The region is inhabited by Tuvans, historically cattle-herding nomads, who nowadays practise two main confessions - Buddhism and Shamanism. Picture taken October 7, 2015. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin 
RUSSIA-RELIGION/
RTS4J71 
October 15, 2015 
Anisya Mongush (L), a female shaman representing the so-called Dungur society, conducts a session to... 
Kyzyl, Russia 
Shaman conducts a session conducts a session to clarify and improve the relations of a customer with... 
Anisya Mongush (L), a female shaman representing the so-called Dungur society, conducts a session to clarify and improve the relations of a customer, a local boy, with other people at her residence in the town of Kyzyl, the administrative centre of Tuva region, Southern Siberia, Russia, October 7, 2015. The region is inhabited by Tuvans, historically cattle-herding nomads, who nowadays practise two main confessions - Buddhism and Shamanism. Picture taken October 7, 2015. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin 
RUSSIA-SOCIETY/
RTS4EE0 
October 14, 2015 
People walk past cast bronze sculptures, created by Russian Buryat artist Dashi Namdakov on an embankment... 
Kyzyl, Russia 
People walk past cast bronze sculptures, created by Russian Buryat artist Dashi Namdakov on an embankment... 
People walk past cast bronze sculptures, created by Russian Buryat artist Dashi Namdakov on an embankment of the Yenisei River in the town of Kyzyl, administrative centre of Tuva region, Southern Siberia, Russia, October 7, 2015. Dashi Namdakov is a representative of Buryats, native people of Siberia, who lives and works in Britain and Italy, casts bronze, silver and gold sculptures based on symbiosis of national traditions of nomad Buddhists, West European myths and classical art school, according to local media. Tuva region is inhabited by Tuvans, historically cattle-herding nomads, who nowadays practise two main confessions - Buddhism and Shamanism. Picture taken October 7, 2015. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin 
RUSSIA-SOCIETY/
RTS4EDQ 
October 14, 2015 
A man walks on the top of the Dogee mountain above a giant sign of a Buddhist Mantra near the town of... 
Kyzyl, Russia 
A man walks on the top of the Dogee mountain above a giant sign of a Buddhist Mantra near the town of... 
A man walks on the top of the Dogee mountain above a giant sign of a Buddhist Mantra near the town of Kyzyl, administrative centre of Tuva region, Southern Siberia, Russia, October 7, 2015. The region is inhabited by Tuvans, historically cattle-herding nomads, who nowadays practise two main confessions - Buddhism and Shamanism. Picture taken October 7, 2015. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin 
RUSSIA-SOCIETY/
RTS4EDN 
October 14, 2015 
People visit an ethno-cultural complex in the Aldyn Bulak area during sunset on the bank of the Yenisei... 
Ust-Elegest, Russia 
People visit an ethno-cultural complex in the Aldyn Bulak area 
People visit an ethno-cultural complex in the Aldyn Bulak area during sunset on the bank of the Yenisei River outside the village of Ust-Elegest in Tuva region, Southern Siberia, Russia, October 7, 2015. The region is inhabited by Tuvans, historically cattle-herding nomads, who nowadays practise two main confessions - Buddhism and Shamanism. Picture taken October 7, 2015. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin 
RUSSIA-SOCIETY/
RTS4EDM 
October 14, 2015 
Master of throat singing (or Khoomei) Aikhan Orzhak (L) and model Choigana Kertek, dressed in traditional... 
Ust-Elegest, Russia 
People perform at the Aldyn Bulak area on the bank of the Yenisei River outside the village of Ust-Elegest... 
Master of throat singing (or Khoomei) Aikhan Orzhak (L) and model Choigana Kertek, dressed in traditional costume, perform during sunset at the Aldyn Bulak area on the bank of the Yenisei River outside the village of Ust-Elegest in Tuva region, Southern Siberia, Russia, October 7, 2015. The region is inhabited by Tuvans, historically cattle-herding nomads, who nowadays practise two main confessions - Buddhism and Shamanism. Picture taken October 7, 2015. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin 
RUSSIA-SOCIETY/
RTS4E9U 
October 14, 2015 
Herder and farmer Stai-ool Ondar (R) shakes hand with his nephew Mengi Mongush near their family farm... 
Kur-Cher, Russia 
Herder and farmer Stai-ool Ondar shakes hand with his nephew Mengi Mongush near their family farm located... 
Herder and farmer Stai-ool Ondar (R) shakes hand with his nephew Mengi Mongush near their family farm located near the Cheder Lake outside the village of Kur-Cher in Tuva region, Southern Siberia, Russia, October 8, 2015. The region is inhabited by Tuvans, historically cattle-herding nomads, who nowadays practise two main confessions - Buddhism and Shamanism. Picture taken October 8, 2015. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin 
RUSSIA-SOCIETY/
RTS4E90 
October 14, 2015 
Sendin Ondar, 77, the wife of herder and farmer Stai-ool Ondar, shouts to a woman while milking a cow... 
Kur-Cher, Russia 
Sendin Ondar the wife of herder and farmer Stai-ool Ondar, shouts to a woman while milking a cow at their... 
Sendin Ondar, 77, the wife of herder and farmer Stai-ool Ondar, shouts to a woman while milking a cow at their family farm located near the Cheder Lake outside the village of Kur-Cher in Tuva region, Southern Siberia, Russia, October 8, 2015. The region is inhabited by Tuvans, historically cattle-herding nomads, who nowadays practise two main confessions - Buddhism and Shamanism. Picture taken October 8, 2015. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin 
RUSSIA-SOCIETY/
RTS4E8T 
October 14, 2015 
Orlamai Ondar, sister of a herder and farmer Stai-ool Ondar, milks a cow at their family farm located... 
Kur-Cher, Russia 
Orlamai Ondar milks a cow at their family farm located near the Cheder Lake 
Orlamai Ondar, sister of a herder and farmer Stai-ool Ondar, milks a cow at their family farm located near the Cheder Lake outside the village of Kur-Cher in Tuva region, Southern Siberia, Russia, October 8, 2015. The region is inhabited by Tuvans, historically cattle-herding nomads, who nowadays practise two main confessions - Buddhism and Shamanism. Picture taken October 8, 2015. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin 
RUSSIA-AGRICULTURE/
RTS4E6W 
October 14, 2015 
Herder and farmer Stai-ool Ondar (L), 77, and his wife Sendin Ondar, 77, pose for a picture with portraits... 
Kur-Cher, Russia 
Herder and farmer Stai-ool Ondar and his wife Sendin pose for a picture with portraits near a yurt at... 
Herder and farmer Stai-ool Ondar (L), 77, and his wife Sendin Ondar, 77, pose for a picture with portraits near a yurt at their family farm located near the Cheder Lake outside the village of Kur-Cher in Tuva region, Southern Siberia, Russia, October 8, 2015. The region is inhabited by Tuvans, historically cattle-herding nomads, who nowadays practise two main confessions - Buddhism and Shamanism. Picture taken October 8, 2015. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin 
RUSSIA-SOCIETY/
RTS4E6P 
October 14, 2015 
Pupils and a teacher gather on an embankment of the Yenisei River near "The Centre of Asia" cast bronze... 
Kyzyl, Russia 
Pupils and a teacher gather on an embankment of the Yenisei River near "The Centre of Asia" cast bronze... 
Pupils and a teacher gather on an embankment of the Yenisei River near "The Centre of Asia" cast bronze sculpture by Russian Buryat artist Dashi Namdakov in the town of Kyzyl, administrative centre of Tuva region, Southern Siberia, Russia, October 11, 2015. Dashi Namdakov is a representative of Buryats, native people of Siberia, who lives and works in Britain and Italy, casts bronze, silver and gold sculptures based on symbiosis of national traditions of nomad Buddhists, West European myths and classical art school, according to local media. Tuva region is inhabited by Tuvans, historically cattle-herding nomads, who nowadays practise two main confessions - Buddhism and Shamanism. Picture taken October 11, 2015. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
RUSSIA-ENVIRONMENT/
RTS4E0T 
October 14, 2015 
A general view from the slope of the Sayan mountains shows a highway connecting the Tuvan town of Turan... 
Southern Siberia, Russia 
A general view from the slope of the Sayan mountains shows a highway at an administrative border of Krasnoyarsk... 
A general view from the slope of the Sayan mountains shows a highway connecting the Tuvan town of Turan (top, back) and the village of Shivilig (bottom) at an administrative border of Krasnoyarsk and Tuva regions, Southern Siberia, Russia, October 6, 2015. Picture taken with long exposure on October 6, 2015. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
RUSSIA/
RTR2R93P 
September 13, 2011 
A Tuvan shaman participates in a ritual called "Kamlanie" outside the Kyzyl town, the administrative... 
Kyzyl, Russia 
A Tuvan shaman participates in a ritual called "Kamlanie" outside the Kyzyl town 
A Tuvan shaman participates in a ritual called "Kamlanie" outside the Kyzyl town, the administrative centre of Russia's Tuva region, some 800 km (497 miles) south of Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk, September 13, 2011. Eight shamans, members of "The Spirit of Bear" society took part in the traditional ritual. Tuvans, one of Asian nomadic peoples, practise two main religions - Buddhism and Shamanism. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin (RUSSIA - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION) 
RUSSIA/
RTR2R93M 
September 13, 2011 
Tuvan shamans participate in a ritual called "Kamlanie" outside the Kyzyl town, the administrative centre... 
Kyzyl, Russia 
Tuvan shamans participate in a ritual called "Kamlanie" outside the Kyzyl town 
Tuvan shamans participate in a ritual called "Kamlanie" outside the Kyzyl town, the administrative centre of Russia's Tuva region, some 800 km (497 miles) south of Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk, September 13, 2011. Eight shamans, members of "The Spirit of Bear" society took part in the traditional ritual. Tuvans, one of Asian nomadic peoples, practise two main religions - Buddhism and Shamanism. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin (RUSSIA - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION) 
RUSSIA/
RTR2R93J 
September 13, 2011 
Tuvan shamans participate in a ritual called "Kamlanie" outside the Kyzyl town, the administrative centre... 
Kyzyl, Russia 
Tuvan shamans participate in a ritual called "Kamlanie" outside the Kyzyl town 
Tuvan shamans participate in a ritual called "Kamlanie" outside the Kyzyl town, the administrative centre of Russia's Tuva region, some 800 km (497 miles) south of Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk, September 13, 2011. Eight shamans, members of "The Spirit of Bear" society took part in the traditional ritual. Tuvans, one of Asian nomadic peoples, practise two main religions - Buddhism and Shamanism. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin (RUSSIA - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION) 
RUSSIA/
RTR2R93B 
September 13, 2011 
Tuvan shamans participate in a ritual called "Kamlanie" outside the Kyzyl town, the administrative centre... 
Kyzyl, Russia 
Tuvan shamans participate in a ritual called "Kamlanie" outside the Kyzyl town 
Tuvan shamans participate in a ritual called "Kamlanie" outside the Kyzyl town, the administrative centre of Russia's Tuva region, some 800 km (497 miles) south of Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk, September 13, 2011. Eight shamans, members of "The Spirit of Bear" society took part in the traditional ritual. Tuvans, one of Asian nomadic peoples, practise two main religions - Buddhism and Shamanism. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin (RUSSIA - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
RUSSIA/
RTR2R93A 
September 13, 2011 
Tuvan shamans participate in a ritual called "Kamlanie" outside the Kyzyl town, the administrative centre... 
Kyzyl, Russia 
Tuvan shamans participate in a ritual called "Kamlanie" outside the Kyzyl town 
Tuvan shamans participate in a ritual called "Kamlanie" outside the Kyzyl town, the administrative centre of Russia's Tuva region, some 800 km (497 miles) south of Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk, September 13, 2011. Eight shamans, members of "The Spirit of Bear" society took part in the traditional ritual. Tuvans, one of Asian nomadic peoples, practise two main religions - Buddhism and Shamanism. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin (RUSSIA - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
RUSSIA/
RTR2R90G 
September 13, 2011 
Kara-ool Dopchun-ool, supreme shaman of "The Spirit of Bear" society, conducts a medical session to cure... 
Kyzyl, Russia 
Kara-ool Dopchun-ool conducts a medical session to cure a man, suffering from asthma and liver disease,... 
Kara-ool Dopchun-ool, supreme shaman of "The Spirit of Bear" society, conducts a medical session to cure a man, suffering from asthma and liver disease, at his residence in the Kyzyl town, administrative centre of Russia's Tuva region, some 800 km (497 miles) south of Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk, September 13, 2011. Tuvans, one of Asian nomadic peoples, practise two main religions - Buddhism and Shamanism. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin (RUSSIA - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION HEALTH) 
RUSSIA/
RTR2R90C 
September 13, 2011 
Kara-ool Dopchun-ool, supreme shaman of "The Spirit of Bear" society, conducts a medical session to cure... 
Kyzyl, Russia 
Kara-ool Dopchun-ool conducts a medical session to cure a man, suffering from asthma and liver disease,... 
Kara-ool Dopchun-ool, supreme shaman of "The Spirit of Bear" society, conducts a medical session to cure a man, suffering from asthma and liver disease, at his residence in the Kyzyl town, administrative centre of Russia's Tuva region, some 800 km (497 miles) south of Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk, September 13, 2011. Tuvans, one of Asian nomadic peoples, practise two main religions - Buddhism and Shamanism. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin (RUSSIA - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION HEALTH) 
RUSSIA/
RTR2R907 
September 13, 2011 
Kara-ool Dopchun-ool, supreme shaman of "The Spirit of Bear" society, conducts a medical session to cure... 
Kyzyl, Russia 
Kara-ool Dopchun-ool conducts a medical session to cure a man, suffering from asthma and liver disease,... 
Kara-ool Dopchun-ool, supreme shaman of "The Spirit of Bear" society, conducts a medical session to cure a man, suffering from asthma and liver disease, at his residence in the Kyzyl town, administrative centre of Russia's Tuva region, some 800 km (497 miles) south of Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk, September 13, 2011. Tuvans, one of Asian nomadic peoples, practise two main religions - Buddhism and Shamanism. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin (RUSSIA - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION HEALTH) 
RUSSIA/
RTR2R8ZY 
September 13, 2011 
Kara-ool Dopchun-ool (L), supreme shaman of "The Spirit of Bear" society, conducts a medical session... 
Kyzyl, Russia 
Kara-ool Dopchun-ool conducts a medical session to cure a man, suffering from asthma and liver disease,... 
Kara-ool Dopchun-ool (L), supreme shaman of "The Spirit of Bear" society, conducts a medical session to cure a man, suffering from asthma and liver disease, at his residence in the Kyzyl town, administrative centre of Russia's Tuva region, some 800 km (497 miles) south of Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk, September 13, 2011. Tuvans, one of Asian nomadic peoples, practise two main religions - Buddhism and Shamanism. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin (RUSSIA - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION HEALTH) 
RUSSIA/
RTR2R8ZO 
September 13, 2011 
Kara-ool Dopchun-ool (L), supreme shaman of "The Spirit of Bear" society, conducts a medical session... 
Kyzyl, Russia 
Kara-ool Dopchun-ool conducts a medical session to cure a man, suffering from asthma and liver disease,... 
Kara-ool Dopchun-ool (L), supreme shaman of "The Spirit of Bear" society, conducts a medical session to cure a man, suffering from asthma and liver disease, at his residence in the Kyzyl town, administrative centre of Russia's Tuva region, some 800 km (497 miles) south of Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk, September 13, 2011. Tuvans, one of Asian nomadic peoples, practise two main religions - Buddhism and Shamanism. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin (RUSSIA - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION HEALTH) 
RUSSIA/
RTR2R8ZJ 
September 13, 2011 
Kara-ool Dopchun-ool, supreme shaman of "The Spirit of Bear" society, conducts a medical session to cure... 
Kyzyl, Russia 
Kara-ool Dopchun-ool conducts a medical session to cure a man, suffering from asthma and liver disease,... 
Kara-ool Dopchun-ool, supreme shaman of "The Spirit of Bear" society, conducts a medical session to cure a man, suffering from asthma and liver disease, at his residence in the Kyzyl town, administrative centre of Russia's Tuva region, some 800 km (497 miles) south of Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk, September 13, 2011. Tuvans, one of Asian nomadic peoples, practise two main religions - Buddhism and Shamanism. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin (RUSSIA - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION HEALTH) 
RUSSIA/
RTR2R8ZC 
September 13, 2011 
Kara-ool Dopchun-ool (L), supreme shaman of "The Spirit of Bear" society, conducts a medical session... 
Kyzyl, Russia 
Kara-ool Dopchun-ool conducts a medical session to cure a man, suffering from asthma and liver disease,... 
Kara-ool Dopchun-ool (L), supreme shaman of "The Spirit of Bear" society, conducts a medical session to cure a man, suffering from asthma and liver disease, at his residence in the Kyzyl town, administrative centre of Russia's Tuva region, some 800 km (497 miles) south of Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk, September 13, 2011. Tuvans, one of Asian nomadic peoples, practise two main religions - Buddhism and Shamanism. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin (RUSSIA - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION HEALTH) 
RUSSIA/
RTR2R8Z2 
September 13, 2011 
Kara-ool Dopchun-ool (L), supreme shaman of "The Spirit of Bear" society, conducts a medical session... 
Kyzyl, Russia 
Kara-ool Dopchun-ool conducts a medical session to cure a man, suffering from asthma and liver disease,... 
Kara-ool Dopchun-ool (L), supreme shaman of "The Spirit of Bear" society, conducts a medical session to cure a man, suffering from asthma and liver disease, at his residence in the Kyzyl town, administrative centre of Russia's Tuva region, some 800 km (497 miles) south of Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk, September 13, 2011. Tuvans, one of Asian nomadic peoples, practise two main religions - Buddhism and Shamanism. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin (RUSSIA - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION HEALTH) 
RUSSIA/
RTR2R8YX 
September 13, 2011 
Kara-ool Dopchun-ool (L), supreme shaman of "The Spirit of Bear" society, prepares before conducting... 
Kyzyl, Russia 
Kara-ool Dopchun-ool prepares before conducting a medical session to cure a man, suffering from asthma... 
Kara-ool Dopchun-ool (L), supreme shaman of "The Spirit of Bear" society, prepares before conducting a medical session to cure a man, suffering from asthma and liver disease, at his residence in the Kyzyl town, administrative centre of Russia's Tuva region, some 800 km (497 miles) south of Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk, September 13, 2011. Tuvans, one of Asian nomadic peoples, practise two main religions - Buddhism and Shamanism. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin (RUSSIA - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION HEALTH) 
RUSSIA/
RTR2R8YS 
September 13, 2011 
Kara-ool Dopchun-ool, supreme shaman of "The Spirit of Bear" society, prepares before conducting a medical... 
Kyzyl, Russia 
Kara-ool Dopchun-ool prepares before conducting a medical session to cure a man, suffering from asthma... 
Kara-ool Dopchun-ool, supreme shaman of "The Spirit of Bear" society, prepares before conducting a medical session to cure a man, suffering from asthma and liver disease, at his residence in the Kyzyl town, administrative centre of Russia's Tuva region, some 800 km (497 miles) south of Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk, September 13, 2011. Tuvans, one of Asian nomadic peoples, practise two main religions - Buddhism and Shamanism. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin (RUSSIA - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION HEALTH) 
RUSSIA/
RTR2R8W5 
September 13, 2011 
Australian citizen Elizabeth Gordon (R) participates in a traditional Tuvan shaman ritual outside the... 
Kyzyl, Russia 
Australian citizen Gordon participates in a traditional Tuvan shaman ritual outside the Kyzyl town 
Australian citizen Elizabeth Gordon (R) participates in a traditional Tuvan shaman ritual outside the Kyzyl town, the administrative centre of Russia's Tuva region, some 800 km (497 miles) south of the Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk, September 13, 2011. Elizabeth from the state of Queensland, Australia, arrived in the Siberian region of Tuva in April, 2010 to study the Russian and Tuvan languages, the culture, traditions and music of the Tuvans, one of the native peoples of Siberia. The enthusiast, who studied music in the University of Queensland and is now a post-graduate student of the Australian National University in Canberra, is especially interested in studying the unique female Tuvan throat singing. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin (RUSSIA - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION EDUCATION) 
RUSSIA/
RTR2R8VX 
September 13, 2011 
Australian citizen Elizabeth Gordon, dressed in a Tuvan national costume, visits the Aldyn Bulak area... 
Kyzyl, Russia 
Australian citizen Elizabeth Gordon, dressed in a Tuvan national costume, visits the Aldyn Bulak area... 
Australian citizen Elizabeth Gordon, dressed in a Tuvan national costume, visits the Aldyn Bulak area outside the Kyzyl town, the administrative centre of Russia's Tuva region, some 800 km (497 miles) south of the Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk, September 13, 2011. Elizabeth from the state of Queensland, Australia, arrived in the Siberian region of Tuva in April, 2010 to study the Russian and Tuvan languages, the culture, traditions and music of the Tuvans, one of the native peoples of Siberia. The enthusiast, who studied music in the University of Queensland and is now a post-graduate student of the Australian National University in Canberra, is especially interested in studying the unique female Tuvan throat singing. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin (RUSSIA - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION EDUCATION) 
RUSSIA/
RTR2R8VI 
September 13, 2011 
Australian citizen Elizabeth Gordon (R), dressed in a Tuvan national costume, performs with the female... 
Kyzyl, Russia 
Australian citizen Gordon performs with the female ethnic musical throat singing "Tuva Kyzy" at the Aldyn... 
Australian citizen Elizabeth Gordon (R), dressed in a Tuvan national costume, performs with the female ethnic musical throat singing "Tuva Kyzy" at the Aldyn Bulak area outside the Kyzyl town, the administrative centre of Russia's Tuva region, some 800 km (497 miles) south of the Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk, September 13, 2011. Elizabeth from the state of Queensland, Australia, arrived in the Siberian region of Tuva in April, 2010 to study the Russian and Tuvan languages, the culture, traditions and music of the Tuvans, one of the native peoples of Siberia. The enthusiast, who studied music in the University of Queensland and is now a post-graduate student of the Australian National University in Canberra, is especially interested in studying the unique female Tuvan throat singing. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin (RUSSIA - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION EDUCATION) 
RUSSIA/
RTR2R8VG 
September 13, 2011 
Local resident Ailanmaa Damyran (R) helps Australian citizen Elizabeth Gordon, dressed in a Tuvan national... 
Kyzyl, Russia 
Local resident Damyran helps Australian citizen Gordon as she performs with female ethnic musical throat... 
Local resident Ailanmaa Damyran (R) helps Australian citizen Elizabeth Gordon, dressed in a Tuvan national costume, as she performs with the female ethnic musical throat singing "Tuva Kyzy" at the Aldyn Bulak area outside the Kyzyl town, the administrative centre of Russia's Tuva region, some 800 km (497 miles) south of the Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk, September 13, 2011. Elizabeth from the state of Queensland, Australia, arrived in the Siberian region of Tuva in April, 2010 to study the Russian and Tuvan languages, the culture, traditions and music of the Tuvans, one of the native peoples of Siberia. The enthusiast, who studied music in the University of Queensland and is now a post-graduate student of the Australian National University in Canberra, is especially interested in studying the unique female Tuvan throat singing. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin (RUSSIA - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION EDUCATION) 
RUSSIA/
RTR2R8V6 
September 13, 2011 
Australian citizen Elizabeth Gordon, dressed in a Tuvan national costume, inspects a wooden yurt at the... 
Kyzyl, Russia 
Australian citizen Gordon, dressed in a Tuvan national costume, inspects a wooden yurt at the Aldyn Bulak... 
Australian citizen Elizabeth Gordon, dressed in a Tuvan national costume, inspects a wooden yurt at the Aldyn Bulak area outside the Kyzyl town, the administrative centre of Russia's Tuva region, some 800 km (497 miles) south of the Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk, September 13, 2011. Elizabeth from the state of Queensland, Australia, arrived in the Siberian region of Tuva in April, 2010 to study the Russian and Tuvan languages, the culture, traditions and music of the Tuvans, one of the native peoples of Siberia. The enthusiast, who studied music in the University of Queensland and is now a post-graduate student of the Australian National University in Canberra, is especially interested in studying the unique female Tuvan throat singing. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin (RUSSIA - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION EDUCATION) 
RUSSIA/
RTR2R8V2 
September 13, 2011 
Australian citizen Elizabeth Gordon (R), dressed in a Tuvan national costume, takes pictures of the female... 
Kyzyl, Russia 
Australian citizen Gordon takes pictures of the female ethnic musical throat singing "Tuva Kyzy" outside... 
Australian citizen Elizabeth Gordon (R), dressed in a Tuvan national costume, takes pictures of the female ethnic musical throat singing "Tuva Kyzy" outside a wooden yurt at the Aldyn Bulak area outside the Kyzyl town, the administrative centre of Russia's Tuva region, some 800 km (497 miles) south of the Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk, September 13, 2011. Elizabeth from the state of Queensland, Australia, arrived in the Siberian region of Tuva in April, 2010 to study the Russian and Tuvan languages, the culture, traditions and music of the Tuvans, one of the native peoples of Siberia. The enthusiast, who studied music in the University of Queensland and is now a post-graduate student of the Australian National University in Canberra, is especially interested in studying the unique female Tuvan throat singing. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin (RUSSIA - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION EDUCATION) 
RUSSIA/
RTR2R8UV 
September 13, 2011 
Australian citizen Elizabeth Gordon (R), dressed in a Tuvan national costume, takes pictures of the female... 
Kyzyl, Russia 
Australian citizen Gordon takes pictures of the female ethnic musical throat singing "Tuva Kyzy" inside... 
Australian citizen Elizabeth Gordon (R), dressed in a Tuvan national costume, takes pictures of the female ethnic musical throat singing "Tuva Kyzy" inside a wooden yurt at the Aldyn Bulak area outside the Kyzyl town, the administrative centre of Russia's Tuva region, some 800 km (497 miles) south of the Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk, September 13, 2011. Elizabeth from the state of Queensland, Australia, arrived in the Siberian region of Tuva in April, 2010 to study the Russian and Tuvan languages, the culture, traditions and music of the Tuvans, one of the native peoples of Siberia. The enthusiast, who studied music in the University of Queensland and is now a post-graduate student of the Australian National University in Canberra, is especially interested in studying the unique female Tuvan throat singing. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin (RUSSIA - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION EDUCATION) 
RUSSIA/
RTR2R8UP 
September 13, 2011 
Australian citizen Elizabeth Gordon (C), dressed in a Tuvan national costume, plays the Tuvan ethnic... 
Kyzyl, Russia 
Australian citizen Gordon, dressed in a Tuvan national costume, plays the Igil inside the house of local... 
Australian citizen Elizabeth Gordon (C), dressed in a Tuvan national costume, plays the Tuvan ethnic musical instrument called Igil inside the house of local Saryglar family, where Elizabeth lives, in the Kyzyl town, the administrative centre of Russia's Tuva region, some 800 km (497 miles) south of the Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk, September 12, 2011. Elizabeth from the state of Queensland, Australia, arrived in the Siberian region of Tuva in April, 2010 to study the Russian and Tuvan languages, the culture, traditions and music of the Tuvans, one of the native peoples of Siberia. The enthusiast, who studied music in the University of Queensland and is now a post-graduate student of the Australian National University in Canberra, is especially interested in studying the unique female Tuvan throat singing. Picture taken September 12, 2011. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin (RUSSIA - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION EDUCATION TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
RUSSIA/
RTR2R8UM 
September 13, 2011 
Australian citizen Elizabeth Gordon (L), dressed in a Tuvan national costume, gives a musical lesson... 
Kyzyl, Russia 
Australian citizen Gordon, dressed in a Tuvan national costume, gives a musical lesson to a Tuvan girl... 
Australian citizen Elizabeth Gordon (L), dressed in a Tuvan national costume, gives a musical lesson to a Tuvan girl Anita Saryglar at Saryglars' house, where Elizabeth lives, in the Kyzyl town, the administrative centre of Russia's Tuva region, some 800 km (497 miles) south of the Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk, September 12, 2011. Elizabeth from the state of Queensland, Australia, arrived in the Siberian region of Tuva in April, 2010 to study the Russian and Tuvan languages, the culture, traditions and music of the Tuvans, one of the native peoples of Siberia. The enthusiast, who studied music in the University of Queensland and is now a post-graduate student of the Australian National University in Canberra, is especially interested in studying the unique female Tuvan throat singing. Picture taken September 12, 2011. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin (RUSSIA - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION EDUCATION) 
RUSSIA/
RTR2R8UI 
September 13, 2011 
Australian citizen Elizabeth Gordon (C) takes a meal with members of local Saryglar family, where Elizabeth... 
Kyzyl, Russia 
Australian citizen Gordon takes a meal with members of local Saryglar family, where Elizabeth lives,... 
Australian citizen Elizabeth Gordon (C) takes a meal with members of local Saryglar family, where Elizabeth lives, in the Kyzyl town, the administrative centre of Russia's Tuva region, some 800 km (497 miles) south of the Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk, September 12, 2011. Elizabeth from the state of Queensland, Australia, arrived in the Siberian region of Tuva in April, 2010 to study the Russian and Tuvan languages, the culture, traditions and music of the Tuvans, one of the native peoples of Siberia. The enthusiast, who studied music in the University of Queensland and is now a post-graduate student of the Australian National University in Canberra, is especially interested in studying the unique female Tuvan throat singing. Picture taken September 12, 2011. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin (RUSSIA - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION EDUCATION) 
RUSSIA/
RTR2R8UB 
September 13, 2011 
Australian citizen Elizabeth Gordon (L) drinks tea with her friend Sean Quirk inside his yurt in the... 
Kyzyl, Russia 
Australian citizen Gordon drinks tea with her friend Quirk inside his yurt in the Kyzyl town 
Australian citizen Elizabeth Gordon (L) drinks tea with her friend Sean Quirk inside his yurt in the Kyzyl town, the administrative centre of Russia's Tuva region, some 800 km (497 miles) south of the Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk, September 12, 2011. Elizabeth from the state of Queensland, Australia, arrived in the Siberian region of Tuva in April, 2010 to study the Russian and Tuvan languages, the culture, traditions and music of the Tuvans, one of the native peoples of Siberia. The enthusiast, who studied music in the University of Queensland and is now a post-graduate student of the Australian National University in Canberra, is especially interested in studying the unique female Tuvan throat singing. Sean Quirk, Milwokee, Wisconsin, US, named a Merited Artist of Tuva for his work on behalf of Tuvan music and culture in 2008, moved from the United States to Russia as was inspired by Tuvan throat singing. Picture taken September 12, 2011. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin (RUSSIA - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION EDUCATION) 
RUSSIA/
RTR2R8U4 
September 13, 2011 
Australian citizen Elizabeth Gordon (R) smiles while her friend Sean Quirk gets water from an artesian... 
Kyzyl, Russia 
Australian citizen Gordon smiles while her friend Quirk gets water from an artesian chink in front of... 
Australian citizen Elizabeth Gordon (R) smiles while her friend Sean Quirk gets water from an artesian chink in front of his yurt in the Kyzyl town, the administrative centre of Russia's Tuva region, some 800 km (497 miles) south of the Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk, September 12, 2011. Elizabeth from the state of Queensland, Australia, arrived in the Siberian region of Tuva in April, 2010 to study the Russian and Tuvan languages, the culture, traditions and music of the Tuvans, one of the native peoples of Siberia. The enthusiast, who studied music in the University of Queensland and is now a post-graduate student of the Australian National University in Canberra, is especially interested in studying the unique female Tuvan throat singing. Sean Quirk, Milwokee, Wisconsin, US, named a Merited Artist of Tuva for his work on behalf of Tuvan music and culture in 2008, moved from the United States to Russia as was inspired by Tuvan throat singing. Picture taken September 12, 2011. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin (RUSSIA - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION EDUCATION) 
RUSSIA/
RTR2R8TV 
September 13, 2011 
Australian citizen Elizabeth Gordon (R front) masters the Tuvan ethnic musical instrument called Igil... 
Kyzyl, Russia 
Australian citizen Gordon masters the Tuvan ethnic musical instrument called Igil during a rehearsal... 
Australian citizen Elizabeth Gordon (R front) masters the Tuvan ethnic musical instrument called Igil during a rehearsal of the National Orchestra of Tuva in the Kyzyl town, the administrative centre of Russia's Tuva region, some 800 km (497 miles) south of the Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk, September 12, 2011. Elizabeth from the state of Queensland, Australia, arrived in the Siberian region of Tuva in April, 2010 to study the Russian and Tuvan languages, the culture, traditions and music of the Tuvans, one of the native peoples of Siberia. The enthusiast, who studied music in the University of Queensland and is now a post-graduate student of the Australian National University in Canberra, is especially interested in studying the unique female Tuvan throat singing. Picture taken September 12, 2011. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin (RUSSIA - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION EDUCATION) 
RUSSIA/
RTR2R8TO 
September 13, 2011 
Australian citizen Elizabeth Gordon (L) talks to a monk as she attends a Buddhist ceremony to create... 
Kyzyl, Russia 
Australian citizen Gordon talks to a monk as she attends a Buddhist ceremony to create a sand Mandala,... 
Australian citizen Elizabeth Gordon (L) talks to a monk as she attends a Buddhist ceremony to create a sand Mandala, a religious diagram, in the Kyzyl town, the administrative centre of Russia's Tuva region, some 800 km (497 miles) south of the Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk, September 12, 2011. Elizabeth from the state of Queensland, Australia, arrived in the Siberian region of Tuva in April, 2010 to study the Russian and Tuvan languages, the culture, traditions and music of the Tuvans, one of the native peoples of Siberia. The enthusiast, who studied music in the University of Queensland and is now a post-graduate student of the Australian National University in Canberra, is especially interested in studying the unique female Tuvan throat singing. Picture taken September 12, 2011. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin (RUSSIA - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION EDUCATION) 
RUSSIA/
RTR2R8TK 
September 13, 2011 
Australian citizen Elizabeth Gordon (L) attends a Buddhist ceremony to create a sand Mandala, a religious... 
Kyzyl, Russia 
Australian citizen Gordon attends a Buddhist ceremony to create a sand Mandala, a religious diagram,... 
Australian citizen Elizabeth Gordon (L) attends a Buddhist ceremony to create a sand Mandala, a religious diagram, in the Kyzyl town, the administrative centre of Russia's Tuva region, some 800 km (497 miles) south of the Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk, September 12, 2011. Elizabeth from the state of Queensland, Australia, arrived in the Siberian region of Tuva in April, 2010 to study the Russian and Tuvan languages, the culture, traditions and music of the Tuvans, one of the native peoples of Siberia. The enthusiast, who studied music in the University of Queensland and is now a post-graduate student of the Australian National University in Canberra, is especially interested in studying the unique female Tuvan throat singing. Picture taken September 12, 2011. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin (RUSSIA - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION EDUCATION) 
RUSSIA/
RTR2R8TI 
September 13, 2011 
Australian citizen Elizabeth Gordon attends a lesson at the State University of Tuva, where she studies... 
Kyzyl, Russia 
Australian citizen Gordon attends a lesson at the State University of Tuva, where she studies the Russian... 
Australian citizen Elizabeth Gordon attends a lesson at the State University of Tuva, where she studies the Russian and Tuvan languages, in the Kyzyl town, the administrative centre of Russia's Tuva region, some 800 km (497 miles) south of the Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk, September 12, 2011. Elizabeth from the state of Queensland, Australia, arrived in the Siberian region of Tuva in April, 2010 to study the Russian and Tuvan languages, the culture, traditions and music of the Tuvans, one of the native peoples of Siberia. The enthusiast, who studied music in the University of Queensland and is now a post-graduate student of the Australian National University in Canberra, is especially interested in studying the unique female Tuvan throat singing. Picture taken September 12, 2011. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin (RUSSIA - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION EDUCATION) 
RUSSIA/
RTR2R8TE 
September 13, 2011 
Australian citizen Elizabeth Gordon approaches a Buddhist prayful site in the centre of the Kyzyl town,... 
Kyzyl, Russia 
Australian citizen Gordon approaches a Buddhist prayful site in the centre of the Kyzyl town 
Australian citizen Elizabeth Gordon approaches a Buddhist prayful site in the centre of the Kyzyl town, the administrative centre of Russia's Tuva region, some 800 km (497 miles) south of the Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk, September 12, 2011. Elizabeth from the state of Queensland, Australia, arrived in the Siberian region of Tuva in April, 2010 to study the Russian and Tuvan languages, the culture, traditions and music of the Tuvans, one of the native peoples of Siberia. The enthusiast, who studied music in the University of Queensland and is now a post-graduate student of the Australian National University in Canberra, is especially interested in studying the unique female Tuvan throat singing. Picture taken September 12, 2011. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin (RUSSIA - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION EDUCATION) 
RUSSIA/
RTR2GKQ1 
July 20, 2010 
Cars drive along a highway in front of a mountain considered sacred by the Tuvans people, some 100 km... 
Kyzyl, Russia 
Cars drive along a highway in front of a mountain considered sacred by the Tuvans people, west of the... 
Cars drive along a highway in front of a mountain considered sacred by the Tuvans people, some 100 km (62 miles) west of the city Kyzyl in Russia's Tuva region, July 20, 2010. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin (RUSSIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT) 
RUSSIA/
RTR2GKQ0 
July 20, 2010 
Cars drive along a highway in front of a mountain considered sacred by the Tuvans people, some 100 km... 
Kyzyl, Russia 
Cars drive along a highway in front of a mountain considered sacred by the Tuvans people, west of the... 
Cars drive along a highway in front of a mountain considered sacred by the Tuvans people, some 100 km (62 miles) west of the city Kyzyl in Russia's Tuva region, July 20, 2010. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin (RUSSIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT) 
RUSSIA/
RTR2GJKW 
July 19, 2010 
Khuler-ool Sendy-Khurak, 27-year-old Tuvan man, herds two-humped camels at the Bayan-kol valley in Russia's... 
Bayan-kol valley, Russia 
A Tuvan man herds two-humped camels at the Bayan-kol valley in Russia's Tuva region 
Khuler-ool Sendy-Khurak, 27-year-old Tuvan man, herds two-humped camels at the Bayan-kol valley in Russia's Tuva region, about 800 km (497 miles) to the south of the Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk, July 19, 2010. The government of Russia's Tuva region, close to the border with Mongolia, has launched a plan to boost the number of camels on local farms and hope to increase the region's income through sales of camel hair. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin (RUSSIA - Tags: SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS) 
Society
Society 
American Weds Tuva Woman - 18 Jul 2010 
14 PICTURES 
RUSSIA/
RTR2GJ1L 
July 18, 2010 
Sean Quirk (R), of U.S., Milwaukee, Wisconsin, reacts next to his bride Chaiganmaa Ondar, originally... 
Kyzyl, Russia 
Quirk, of U.S., reacts next to his bride Ondar during their wedding ceremony outside the city of Kyzyl,... 
Sean Quirk (R), of U.S., Milwaukee, Wisconsin, reacts next to his bride Chaiganmaa Ondar, originally from Tuva, during their open-air wedding ceremony outside the city of Kyzyl, in the Tuva region on the Mongolian border, some 736 km (457 miles) south of the Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk, July 18, 2010. Quirk, inspired by Tuvan throat singing, moved from the United States to Russia's Tuva region seven years ago where he is currently a member of the Tuvan National Orchestra, and in 2008 was named a Merited Artist of Tuva for his work on behalf of Tuvan music and culture. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin (RUSSIA - Tags: SOCIETY) 
RUSSIA/
RTR2GJ1G 
July 18, 2010 
Sean Quirk, of U.S., Milwaukee, Wisconsin, wearing a
Tuvan national costume, stands in front of a yurt... 
Kyzyl, Russia 
Quirk, of U.S. stands in front of a yurt during his wedding ceremony outside the city of Kyzyl, in the... 
Sean Quirk, of U.S., Milwaukee, Wisconsin, wearing a
Tuvan national costume, stands in front of a yurt during his wedding ceremony outside the city of Kyzyl, in the Tuva region on the Mongolian border, some 736 km (457 miles) south of the Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk, July 18, 2010. Quirk, inspired by Tuvan throat singing, moved from the United States to Russia's Tuva region seven years ago where he is currently a member of the Tuvan National Orchestra, and in 2008 he was named a Merited Artist of Tuva for his work on behalf of Tuvan music and culture. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin (RUSSIA - Tags: SOCIETY) 
RUSSIA/
RTR2GJ1F 
July 18, 2010 
Sean Quirk (R), of U.S. from Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and his bride Chaiganmaa Ondar, originally from Tuva,... 
Kyzyl, Russia 
Quirk, of U.S., and his bride Ondar toast champagne during their wedding ceremony outside the city of... 
Sean Quirk (R), of U.S. from Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and his bride Chaiganmaa Ondar, originally from Tuva, wearing Tuvan national costumes, toast champage during their open-air wedding ceremony outside the city of Kyzyl, in the Tuva region on the Mongolian border, some 736 km (457 miles) south of the Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk, July 18, 2010. Quirk, inspired by Tuvan throat singing, moved from the United States to Russia's Tuva region seven years ago where he is currently a member of the Tuvan National Orchestra, and in 2008 was named a Merited Artist of Tuva for his work on behalf of Tuvan music and culture. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin (RUSSIA - Tags: SOCIETY IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
RUSSIA/
RTX85XR 
July 27, 2008 
A shaman performs a midnight pagan rite during the ethno-cultural festival Khoomei at the Kundustug springs... 
Kyzyl, Russia 
Shaman performs a midnight pagan rite during the ethno-cultural festival Khoomei at the Kundustug springs... 
A shaman performs a midnight pagan rite during the ethno-cultural festival Khoomei at the Kundustug springs near the city of Kyzyl, in the Tuva region near the Mongolian border, some 804 km (500 miles) south of Krasnoyarsk, July 27, 2008. Tuvans were originally nomadic people who today populate some regions of Siberia, Mongolia and China. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin (RUSSIA) 
RUSSIA/
RTX855X 
July 26, 2008 
Tuvan shamans drink as they sit in a yurt during the ethno-cultural festival Khoomei at the Kundustug... 
Kyzyl, Russia 
Tuvan shamans drink as they sit in a yurt during the ethno-cultural festival Khoomei near the city of... 
Tuvan shamans drink as they sit in a yurt during the ethno-cultural festival Khoomei at the Kundustug springs near the city of Kyzyl in the Tuva region near the Mongolian border some 804 km (500 miles) south of Krasnoyarsk July 26, 2008. Tuvans were originally nomadic people who today populate some regions of Siberia, Mongolia and China. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin (RUSSIA) 
RUSSIA/
RTX855U 
July 26, 2008 
Models present traditional dresses of the Tuvan people during the ethno-cultural festival Khoomei at... 
Kyzyl, Russia 
Models present traditional dresses of the Tuvan people during the ethno-cultural festival Khoomei near... 
Models present traditional dresses of the Tuvan people during the ethno-cultural festival Khoomei at the Kundustug springs near the city of Kyzyl in the Tuva region near the Mongolian border some 804 km (500 miles) south of Krasnoyarsk July 26, 2008. Tuvans were originally nomadic people who today populate some regions of Siberia, Mongolia and China. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin (RUSSIA) 
RUSSIA/
RTX855P 
July 26, 2008 
A model presents a traditional dress of the Tuvan people during the ethno-cultural festival Khoomei at... 
Kyzyl, Russia 
A model presents a traditional dress of the Tuvan people during the ethno-cultural festival Khoomei near... 
A model presents a traditional dress of the Tuvan people during the ethno-cultural festival Khoomei at the Kundustug springs near the city of Kyzyl in the Tuva region near the Mongolian border some 804 km (500 miles) south of Krasnoyarsk July 26, 2008. Tuvans were originally nomadic people who today populate some regions of Siberia, Mongolia and China. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin (RUSSIA) 
RUSSIA/
RTX855K 
July 26, 2008 
Tuvan shamans perform an ancient ceremony known among locals as Kamlanie during the opening of the ethno-cultural... 
Kyzyl, Russia 
Tuvan shamans perform an ancient ceremony during the opening of the ethno-cultural festival Khoomei at... 
Tuvan shamans perform an ancient ceremony known among locals as Kamlanie during the opening of the ethno-cultural festival Khoomei at the Kundustug springs near the city of Kyzyl in the Tuva region near the Mongolian border some 804 km (500 miles) south of Krasnoyarsk July 26, 2008. Tuvans were originally nomadic people who today populate some regions of Siberia, Mongolia and China. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin (RUSSIA) 
RUSSIA/
RTX8552 
July 26, 2008 
Models present traditional dresses of the Tuvan people during the ethno-cultural festival Khoomei at... 
Kyzyl, Russia 
Models present traditional dresses of the Tuvan people during the ethno-cultural festival Khoomei near... 
Models present traditional dresses of the Tuvan people during the ethno-cultural festival Khoomei at the Kundustug springs near the city of Kyzyl in the Tuva region near the Mongolian border some 804 km (500 miles) south of Krasnoyarsk July 26, 2008. Tuvans were originally nomadic people who today populate some regions of Siberia, Mongolia and China. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin (RUSSIA) 
Sort by 
Display 
Items per page 
Page 
of 1