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  • Illustration of Amsterdam.
    Netherlands (the)
    Sadak Souici
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    The town of Tuindorp Nieuwendam in Amsterdam (Kingdom of the Netherlands)
  • Illustration of Amsterdam.
    Netherlands (the)
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    The town of Tuindorp Nieuwendam in Amsterdam (Kingdom of the Netherlands)
  • Illustration of Amsterdam.
    Netherlands (the)
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    The town of Tuindorp Nieuwendam in Amsterdam (Kingdom of the Netherlands)
  • Illustration of Amsterdam.
    Netherlands (the)
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    The town of Tuindorp Nieuwendam in Amsterdam (Kingdom of the Netherlands)
  • Illustration of Amsterdam.
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    Heineken Experience in Amsterdam.
  • Illustration of Amsterdam.
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    Heineken Experience in Amsterdam.
  • Illustration of Amsterdam.
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    The canals of Amsterdam.
  • Illustration of Amsterdam.
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    The canals of Amsterdam.
  • Illustration of Amsterdam.
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    The canals of Amsterdam.
  • Join Europe from Ceuta in Morocco.
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    It is a horizon that, it is said, would lead to freedom, even happiness. Two states that migrants from Ceuta, a Spanish enclave in northern Morocco, do not know. Or in bits, like Ibrahim, 16 years old. Lying against a wall, he smiled, letting the sun warm his skin. The night was white: he saw three companions of misfortune leaving like shadows to hide under several trucks, before they disappear in the holds of the ferry. Brief moment of respite. He is caught by this memory which like a bad chorus, leaves and always comes back. He wakes up.
    Ceuta, the Spanish enclave in northern Morocco, meets unaccompanied minors who, every night, try to cross the Strait of Gibraltar to reach the European continent. There, as the controls against them harden and the migratory crisis in the Mediterranean is at its highest, nearly 300 young people from Morocco, Algeria and sub-Saharan Africa roam the streets in search of a few euros and sleep recluse under the rocks of the dike.
  • Join Europe from Ceuta in Morocco.
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    300 unaccompanied foreign minors roam the city, and live recluse under the rocks of the dike.
    Ceuta, the Spanish enclave in northern Morocco, meets unaccompanied minors who, every night, try to cross the Strait of Gibraltar to reach the European continent. There, as the controls against them harden and the migratory crisis in the Mediterranean is at its highest, nearly 300 young people from Morocco, Algeria and sub-Saharan Africa roam the streets in search of a few euros and sleep recluse under the rocks of the dike.
  • Join Europe from Ceuta in Morocco.
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    On the bitumen as on the rocks of the dike, Juseph does not run; he steals. He is a regular in the race. His marcel can testify, he won by participating in the marathon Ceuta. Forty-two kilometers after which he received neither medal nor reward. His friends are flying too. They escape from everyday life to the beyond of the Mediterranean. "Friends go to sea, I do not see them again".
    Ceuta, the Spanish enclave in northern Morocco, meets unaccompanied minors who, every night, try to cross the Strait of Gibraltar to reach the European continent. There, as the controls against them harden and the migratory crisis in the Mediterranean is at its highest, nearly 300 young people from Morocco, Algeria and sub-Saharan Africa roam the streets in search of a few euros and sleep recluse under the rocks of the dike.
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    Last year, the number of unaccompanied foreign minors (UAMs) arrived in the Spanish enclave and taken care of by the juvenile centers exploded, rising from 802 young people in 2017 to 3,344 young people (3,302 boys and 42 girls). 2018, an increase of 316%.
    Ceuta, the Spanish enclave in northern Morocco, meets unaccompanied minors who, every night, try to cross the Strait of Gibraltar to reach the European continent. There, as the controls against them harden and the migratory crisis in the Mediterranean is at its highest, nearly 300 young people from Morocco, Algeria and sub-Saharan Africa roam the streets in search of a few euros and sleep recluse under the rocks of the dike.
  • Join Europe from Ceuta in Morocco.
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    There are many adults alongside children, like Hussein, 26 years old. But in exile, words are no longer enough to reassure and comfort. The family is far away, and attempts to reach the peninsula are all plagues that open and never close. "In those moments, I have a steel mind. I can endure everything. There is only death that scares me. The rest, the violence, the tears, the pressure of the police, we are used to it, "he says, extending the sleeve of his red T-shirt on an old scar
    Ceuta, the Spanish enclave in northern Morocco, meets unaccompanied minors who, every night, try to cross the Strait of Gibraltar to reach the European continent. There, as the controls against them harden and the migratory crisis in the Mediterranean is at its highest, nearly 300 young people from Morocco, Algeria and sub-Saharan Africa roam the streets in search of a few euros and sleep recluse under the rocks of the dike.
  • Join Europe from Ceuta in Morocco.
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    Faced with this daily life of death and boredom, the moments offered by Reduan are precious. He is known here, with his pair of crutches. The human rights activist comes to distribute sandwiches and talks about his association, Digmun, for Dignidad por los Mujeres, Niños and Niñas.
    Ceuta, the Spanish enclave in northern Morocco, meets unaccompanied minors who, every night, try to cross the Strait of Gibraltar to reach the European continent. There, as the controls against them harden and the migratory crisis in the Mediterranean is at its highest, nearly 300 young people from Morocco, Algeria and sub-Saharan Africa roam the streets in search of a few euros and sleep recluse under the rocks of the dike.
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    migrants from Ceuta can count on the wild cats that populate this part of the port. They are frail and tired. Hungry too. They come to rub ankles, enjoy the crumbs thrown to the ground by the inhabitants of the rocks.
    Ceuta, the Spanish enclave in northern Morocco, meets unaccompanied minors who, every night, try to cross the Strait of Gibraltar to reach the European continent. There, as the controls against them harden and the migratory crisis in the Mediterranean is at its highest, nearly 300 young people from Morocco, Algeria and sub-Saharan Africa roam the streets in search of a few euros and sleep recluse under the rocks of the dike.
  • Join Europe from Ceuta in Morocco.
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    At the end of the dike, there is this constant reminder. The physical translation of the reception that Spain offers them: a portal, barbed wire, a car of the Guardia Civil. Ceuta wants territory under control. Military, police, federal police, Frontex agents: the uniforms change but there is still a safe atmosphere in the streets of the enclave. A few kilometers away, the great symbolic wall between this ersatz of Europe and the rest of Africa: a wall of 8 meters which, at the end of August, was surmounted by more than 150 people.
    Ceuta, the Spanish enclave in northern Morocco, meets unaccompanied minors who, every night, try to cross the Strait of Gibraltar to reach the European continent. There, as the controls against them harden and the migratory crisis in the Mediterranean is at its highest, nearly 300 young people from Morocco, Algeria and sub-Saharan Africa roam the streets in search of a few euros and sleep recluse under the rocks of the dike.
  • Join Europe from Ceuta in Morocco.
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    But every day, thousands of Moroccans cross the border legally to work. The time of a day, since their license does not give them the right to find housing on site.
    Ceuta, the Spanish enclave in northern Morocco, meets unaccompanied minors who, every night, try to cross the Strait of Gibraltar to reach the European continent. There, as the controls against them harden and the migratory crisis in the Mediterranean is at its highest, nearly 300 young people from Morocco, Algeria and sub-Saharan Africa roam the streets in search of a few euros and sleep recluse under the rocks of the dike.
  • Join Europe from Ceuta in Morocco.
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    Back to the dike, under the rocks. The roof with protruding lines lets the rays of the sun pass. They turn around the room as the hours go by, under the steady surf of the waves. "It's my bed," Ibrahim points out, pointing at a mattress browned in places, placed on a pallet.
    Ceuta, the Spanish enclave in northern Morocco, meets unaccompanied minors who, every night, try to cross the Strait of Gibraltar to reach the European continent. There, as the controls against them harden and the migratory crisis in the Mediterranean is at its highest, nearly 300 young people from Morocco, Algeria and sub-Saharan Africa roam the streets in search of a few euros and sleep recluse under the rocks of the dike.
  • Join Europe from Ceuta in Morocco.
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    Many "dwellings" have a movie poster placed along a wall, as a gateway to a better future, far from "this shit of life that wears us out every day". For some time, the exiles have been harassed by a racist gang. In the middle of the night, unbridled by the violence of drunkenness, she comes to throw stones at them, to take business or to insult them.
    Ceuta, the Spanish enclave in northern Morocco, meets unaccompanied minors who, every night, try to cross the Strait of Gibraltar to reach the European continent. There, as the controls against them harden and the migratory crisis in the Mediterranean is at its highest, nearly 300 young people from Morocco, Algeria and sub-Saharan Africa roam the streets in search of a few euros and sleep recluse under the rocks of the dike.
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    With the police or violent groups, the exiles in Ceuta do not lead a quiet life.
    Ceuta, the Spanish enclave in northern Morocco, meets unaccompanied minors who, every night, try to cross the Strait of Gibraltar to reach the European continent. There, as the controls against them harden and the migratory crisis in the Mediterranean is at its highest, nearly 300 young people from Morocco, Algeria and sub-Saharan Africa roam the streets in search of a few euros and sleep recluse under the rocks of the dike.
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    "This deplorable atmosphere is accompanied by a criminalization of NGOs orchestrated by the local government," said Reduan, who lost his leg after an accident several years ago.
    Ceuta, the Spanish enclave in northern Morocco, meets unaccompanied minors who, every night, try to cross the Strait of Gibraltar to reach the European continent. There, as the controls against them harden and the migratory crisis in the Mediterranean is at its highest, nearly 300 young people from Morocco, Algeria and sub-Saharan Africa roam the streets in search of a few euros and sleep recluse under the rocks of the dike.
  • Join Europe from Ceuta in Morocco.
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    Pour le moment, ce ne sont pas les « politicos » qui meurent, mais les personnes qui tentent la traversée. Dans la ville, il y a un cimetière catholique, et deux cimetières musulmans. Dans ces enceintes désertées, plusieurs tombes restent anonymes. Des fausses fleurs accompagnent certains emplacements, étape finale d’un voyage dont on retrouve gravé sur la pierre le statut administratif : « Inmigrante ».
    Ceuta, l’enclave espagnole au nord du Maroc, à la rencontre des mineurs non-accompagnés qui, chaque nuit, tentent la traversée du Détroit de Gibraltar pour gagner le continent européen. Là-bas, alors que les contrôles contre eux se durcissent et que la crise migratoire en Méditerranée est au plus haut, près de 300 jeunes venus du Maroc, d’Algérie et d’Afrique subsaharienne errent dans les rues à la recherche de quelques euros, et dorment reclus sous les rochers de la digue.
  • Join Europe from Ceuta in Morocco.
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    Silent marches are held every month in memory of the missing. It appears that three miners live behind the cemetery, says Reduan in the car. In front of him, a police car moves slowly.
    Ceuta, the Spanish enclave in northern Morocco, meets unaccompanied minors who, every night, try to cross the Strait of Gibraltar to reach the European continent. There, as the controls against them harden and the migratory crisis in the Mediterranean is at its highest, nearly 300 young people from Morocco, Algeria and sub-Saharan Africa roam the streets in search of a few euros and sleep recluse under the rocks of the dike.
  • Join Europe from Ceuta in Morocco.
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    In the Muslim cemetery, if you look at the back of the tombs, all the dead seem to be in the same boat. A number indicates the place of the buried. The front side marks the bodies that have been identified. Most are. For the exiles who die in the Straits of Gibraltar, few are those for whom one is able to put a name. "3948" is where an Algerian was deposed. His body was torn apart by the violence of water, salt and fish.
    Ceuta, the Spanish enclave in northern Morocco, meets unaccompanied minors who, every night, try to cross the Strait of Gibraltar to reach the European continent. There, as the controls against them harden and the migratory crisis in the Mediterranean is at its highest, nearly 300 young people from Morocco, Algeria and sub-Saharan Africa roam the streets in search of a few euros and sleep recluse under the rocks of the dike.
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    Mohamed, Reduan's friend, can not stay there. He can not anymore. He is crying.
    Ceuta, the Spanish enclave in northern Morocco, meets unaccompanied minors who, every night, try to cross the Strait of Gibraltar to reach the European continent. There, as the controls against them harden and the migratory crisis in the Mediterranean is at its highest, nearly 300 young people from Morocco, Algeria and sub-Saharan Africa roam the streets in search of a few euros and sleep recluse under the rocks of the dike.
  • Join Europe from Ceuta in Morocco.
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    At the bottom of the cemetery, three workers dig the next eternal beds. Beside them, a few things are gathered at the corner of a red dump half-filled with earth. A quran, a gospel translated into Arabic.
    Ceuta, the Spanish enclave in northern Morocco, meets unaccompanied minors who, every night, try to cross the Strait of Gibraltar to reach the European continent. There, as the controls against them harden and the migratory crisis in the Mediterranean is at its highest, nearly 300 young people from Morocco, Algeria and sub-Saharan Africa roam the streets in search of a few euros and sleep recluse under the rocks of the dike.
  • Join Europe from Ceuta in Morocco.
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    Some things are gathered at the corner of a red dump half filled with earth. A quran, a gospel translated into Arabic.
    Ceuta, the Spanish enclave in northern Morocco, meets unaccompanied minors who, every night, try to cross the Strait of Gibraltar to reach the European continent. There, as the controls against them harden and the migratory crisis in the Mediterranean is at its highest, nearly 300 young people from Morocco, Algeria and sub-Saharan Africa roam the streets in search of a few euros and sleep recluse under the rocks of the dike.
  • Join Europe from Ceuta in Morocco.
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    The port of Ceuta is a cargo and passenger port located off the North African coast in the Strait of Gibraltar, belonging to the Spanish autonomous city of Ceuta.
    Ceuta, the Spanish enclave in northern Morocco, meets unaccompanied minors who, every night, try to cross the Strait of Gibraltar to reach the European continent. There, as the controls against them harden and the migratory crisis in the Mediterranean is at its highest, nearly 300 young people from Morocco, Algeria and sub-Saharan Africa roam the streets in search of a few euros and sleep recluse under the rocks of the dike.
  • Join Europe from Ceuta in Morocco.
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    On the deck, the families watch the hills of Ceuta move away, and without their knowledge, Ibrahim, Hussein, Juseph may be watching them too.
    Ceuta, the Spanish enclave in northern Morocco, meets unaccompanied minors who, every night, try to cross the Strait of Gibraltar to reach the European continent. There, as the controls against them harden and the migratory crisis in the Mediterranean is at its highest, nearly 300 young people from Morocco, Algeria and sub-Saharan Africa roam the streets in search of a few euros and sleep recluse under the rocks of the dike.
  • Join Europe from Ceuta in Morocco.
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    Every day, a dozen ferries, private boats, commercial vessels and even helicopters leave Ceuta to reach the peninsula. They carry tourists, families, underpaid Moroccans who have come to work in Andalusia, businessmen, misplaced people.
    Ceuta, the Spanish enclave in northern Morocco, meets unaccompanied minors who, every night, try to cross the Strait of Gibraltar to reach the European continent. There, as the controls against them harden and the migratory crisis in the Mediterranean is at its highest, nearly 300 young people from Morocco, Algeria and sub-Saharan Africa roam the streets in search of a few euros and sleep recluse under the rocks of the dike.
  • Heliport of Algeciras
    Spain
    Sadak Souici
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    Helity, the airline specializing in helicopter flights has just acquired a new device to launch a connection between Tangier and Algeciras.


    The Algeciras Heliport is located just 21 kilometers from the port of CEUTA in the Spanish enclave of Morocco, not far from the Strait of Gibraltar. The heliport is managed by AENA, the body responsible for the management of Spanish airspace.
  • Heliport of Algeciras
    Spain
    Sadak Souici
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    Pilot of the helicopter on the helipad Hélity company of Algeciras.
    The Algeciras Heliport is located just 21 kilometers from the port of CEUTA in the Spanish enclave of Morocco, not far from the Strait of Gibraltar. The heliport is managed by AENA, the body responsible for the management of Spanish airspace.
  • Heliport of Algeciras
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    Sadak Souici
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    Mechanic helicopter company Helity on the heliport of Algeciras.
    The Algeciras Heliport is located just 21 kilometers from the port of CEUTA in the Spanish enclave of Morocco, not far from the Strait of Gibraltar. The heliport is managed by AENA, the body responsible for the management of Spanish airspace.
  • Heliport of Algeciras
    Spain
    Sadak Souici
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    The company that operates the air links with Ceuta, Algeciras and Melilla has acquired a new AW319 aircraft that will be incorporated "immediately" in its operations "to strengthen the fleet, maintain and improve the frequency and regularity of flights scheduled and unscheduled maintenance.
    The Algeciras Heliport is located just 21 kilometers from the port of CEUTA in the Spanish enclave of Morocco, not far from the Strait of Gibraltar. The heliport is managed by AENA, the body responsible for the management of Spanish airspace.
  • Heliport of Algeciras
    Spain
    Sadak Souici
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    Mechanic helicopter company Helity on the heliport of Algeciras.
    The Algeciras Heliport is located just 21 kilometers from the port of CEUTA in the Spanish enclave of Morocco, not far from the Strait of Gibraltar. The heliport is managed by AENA, the body responsible for the management of Spanish airspace.
  • Heliport of Algeciras
    Spain
    Sadak Souici
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    aerial view of the Port of Algeciras.
    The Algeciras Heliport is located just 21 kilometers from the port of CEUTA in the Spanish enclave of Morocco, not far from the Strait of Gibraltar. The heliport is managed by AENA, the body responsible for the management of Spanish airspace.
  • Heliport of Algeciras
    Spain
    Sadak Souici
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    aerial view of the Algeciras coastline.
    The Algeciras Heliport is located just 21 kilometers from the port of CEUTA in the Spanish enclave of Morocco, not far from the Strait of Gibraltar. The heliport is managed by AENA, the body responsible for the management of Spanish airspace.
  • Heliport of Algeciras
    Spain
    Sadak Souici
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    aerial view of the Port of Algeciras.
    The Algeciras Heliport is located just 21 kilometers from the port of CEUTA in the Spanish enclave of Morocco, not far from the Strait of Gibraltar. The heliport is managed by AENA, the body responsible for the management of Spanish airspace.
  • Heliport of Algeciras
    Spain
    Sadak Souici
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    aerial view of the Algeciras coastline.
    The Algeciras Heliport is located just 21 kilometers from the port of CEUTA in the Spanish enclave of Morocco, not far from the Strait of Gibraltar. The heliport is managed by AENA, the body responsible for the management of Spanish airspace.
  • Heliport of Algeciras
    Spain
    Sadak Souici
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    A Merchant Navy boat near the Strait of Gibraltar.
    The Algeciras Heliport is located just 21 kilometers from the port of CEUTA in the Spanish enclave of Morocco, not far from the Strait of Gibraltar. The heliport is managed by AENA, the body responsible for the management of Spanish airspace.
  • Heliport of Algeciras
    Spain
    Sadak Souici
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    A Merchant Navy boat near the Strait of Gibraltar.
    The Algeciras Heliport is located just 21 kilometers from the port of CEUTA in the Spanish enclave of Morocco, not far from the Strait of Gibraltar. The heliport is managed by AENA, the body responsible for the management of Spanish airspace.
  • Heliport of Algeciras
    Spain
    Sadak Souici
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    Aerial view of the Port of Ceuta.
    The Algeciras Heliport is located just 21 kilometers from the port of CEUTA in the Spanish enclave of Morocco, not far from the Strait of Gibraltar. The heliport is managed by AENA, the body responsible for the management of Spanish airspace.
  • Heliport of Algeciras
    Spain
    Sadak Souici
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    Aerial view of the Port of Ceuta.
    The Algeciras Heliport is located just 21 kilometers from the port of CEUTA in the Spanish enclave of Morocco, not far from the Strait of Gibraltar. The heliport is managed by AENA, the body responsible for the management of Spanish airspace.
  • Heliport of Algeciras
    Spain
    Sadak Souici
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    The heliport of Ceuta in the Spanish enclave.
    The Algeciras Heliport is located just 21 kilometers from the port of CEUTA in the Spanish enclave of Morocco, not far from the Strait of Gibraltar. The heliport is managed by AENA, the body responsible for the management of Spanish airspace.
  • Heliport of Algeciras
    Spain
    Sadak Souici
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    The heliport of Ceuta in the Spanish enclave.
    The Algeciras Heliport is located just 21 kilometers from the port of CEUTA in the Spanish enclave of Morocco, not far from the Strait of Gibraltar. The heliport is managed by AENA, the body responsible for the management of Spanish airspace.
  • At the port
    Spain
    Pierre Berthuel
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    A crane destroys a motorboat in the middle of the fairing area of ​​Barcelona's Olimpic port.
  • At the port
    Spain
    Pierre Berthuel
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    A crane destroys a motorboat in the middle of the fairing area of ​​Barcelona's Olimpic port.
  • At the port
    Spain
    Pierre Berthuel
    LePictorium_0210186.jpg
    A crane destroys a motorboat in the middle of the fairing area of ​​Barcelona's Olimpic port.
  • At the port
    Spain
    Pierre Berthuel
    LePictorium_0210187.jpg
    A crane destroys a motorboat in the middle of the fairing area of ​​Barcelona's Olimpic port.
  • At the port
    Spain
    Pierre Berthuel
    LePictorium_0210188.jpg
    A crane destroys a motorboat in the middle of the fairing area of ​​Barcelona's Olimpic port.
  • At the port
    Spain
    Pierre Berthuel
    LePictorium_0210189.jpg
    A crane destroys a motorboat in the middle of the fairing area of ​​Barcelona's Olimpic port.
  • At the port
    Spain
    Pierre Berthuel
    LePictorium_0210190.jpg
    A crane destroys a motorboat in the middle of the fairing area of ​​Barcelona's Olimpic port.
  • At the port
    Spain
    Pierre Berthuel
    LePictorium_0210191.jpg
    A crane destroys a motorboat in the middle of the fairing area of ​​Barcelona's Olimpic port.
  • At the port
    Spain
    Pierre Berthuel
    LePictorium_0210192.jpg
    A crane destroys a motorboat in the middle of the fairing area of ​​Barcelona's Olimpic port.
  • At the port
    Spain
    Pierre Berthuel
    LePictorium_0210193.jpg
    A crane destroys a motorboat in the middle of the fairing area of ​​Barcelona's Olimpic port.
  • At the port
    Spain
    Pierre Berthuel
    LePictorium_0210194.jpg
    A crane destroys a motorboat in the middle of the fairing area of ​​Barcelona's Olimpic port.
  • At the port
    Spain
    Pierre Berthuel
    LePictorium_0210195.jpg
    A crane destroys a motorboat in the middle of the fairing area of ​​Barcelona's Olimpic port.
  • At the port
    Spain
    Pierre Berthuel
    LePictorium_0210196.jpg
    A crane destroys a motorboat in the middle of the fairing area of ​​Barcelona's Olimpic port.
  • Island of Porquerolles
    France
    Sadak Souici
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    port of porquerolle.
    The island of Porquerolles is the largest and most western of the three islands of Hyères with its 12.54 km2 area. It is located 2.6 km southeast of the Fondue Tower, the southern end of the Giens peninsula, and 9.6 km west of the island of Port-Cros. It forms an arc oriented east-west, with cut edges, 7.5 km long and 3 km wide. Its circumference is about thirty kilometers. The island culminates in the semaphore at 142 m.
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