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  • Christmas mass in the Gaza Strip
    Palestine
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0222206.jpg
    A mass was held in the Church of Saint-Porphyrius - a church dating from the 12th century - while Hamas militiamen were strongly surveilling the surroundings.
    The Christian community in the Gaza Strip is steadily declining and comes down to barely 1300 people today, while the territory counts only three churches and an anglican chapel.
  • Christmas mass in the Gaza Strip
    Palestine
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0222207.jpg
    A mass was held in the Church of Saint-Porphyrius - a church dating from the 12th century - while Hamas militiamen were strongly surveilling the surroundings.
    The Christian community in the Gaza Strip is steadily declining and comes down to barely 1300 people today, while the territory counts only three churches and an anglican chapel.
  • Christmas mass in the Gaza Strip
    Palestine
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0222208.jpg
    A mass was held in the Church of Saint-Porphyrius - a church dating from the 12th century - while Hamas militiamen were strongly surveilling the surroundings.
    The Christian community in the Gaza Strip is steadily declining and comes down to barely 1300 people today, while the territory counts only three churches and an anglican chapel.
  • Christmas mass in the Gaza Strip
    Palestine
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0222209.jpg
    A mass was held in the Church of Saint-Porphyrius - a church dating from the 12th century - while Hamas militiamen were strongly surveilling the surroundings.
    The Christian community in the Gaza Strip is steadily declining and comes down to barely 1300 people today, while the territory counts only three churches and an anglican chapel.
  • Christmas mass in the Gaza Strip
    Palestine
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0222210.jpg
    A mass was held in the Church of Saint-Porphyrius - a church dating from the 12th century - while Hamas militiamen were strongly surveilling the surroundings.
    The Christian community in the Gaza Strip is steadily declining and comes down to barely 1300 people today, while the territory counts only three churches and an anglican chapel.
  • Christmas mass in the Gaza Strip
    Palestine
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0222211.jpg
    A mass was held in the Church of Saint-Porphyrius - a church dating from the 12th century - while Hamas militiamen were strongly surveilling the surroundings.
    The Christian community in the Gaza Strip is steadily declining and comes down to barely 1300 people today, while the territory counts only three churches and an anglican chapel.
  • Christmas mass in the Gaza Strip
    Palestine
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0222212.jpg
    A mass was held in the Church of Saint-Porphyrius - a church dating from the 12th century - while Hamas militiamen were strongly surveilling the surroundings.
    The Christian community in the Gaza Strip is steadily declining and comes down to barely 1300 people today, while the territory counts only three churches and an anglican chapel.
  • Christmas mass in the Gaza Strip
    Palestine
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0222213.jpg
    A mass was held in the Church of Saint-Porphyrius - a church dating from the 12th century - while Hamas militiamen were strongly surveilling the surroundings.
    The Christian community in the Gaza Strip is steadily declining and comes down to barely 1300 people today, while the territory counts only three churches and an anglican chapel.
  • Christmas mass in the Gaza Strip
    Palestine
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0222214.jpg
    A mass was held in the Church of Saint-Porphyrius - a church dating from the 12th century - while Hamas militiamen were strongly surveilling the surroundings.
    The Christian community in the Gaza Strip is steadily declining and comes down to barely 1300 people today, while the territory counts only three churches and an anglican chapel.
  • Christmas mass in the Gaza Strip
    Palestine
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0222215.jpg
    A mass was held in the Church of Saint-Porphyrius - a church dating from the 12th century - while Hamas militiamen were strongly surveilling the surroundings.
    The Christian community in the Gaza Strip is steadily declining and comes down to barely 1300 people today, while the territory counts only three churches and an anglican chapel.
  • Christmas mass in the Gaza Strip
    Palestine
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0222216.jpg
    A mass was held in the Church of Saint-Porphyrius - a church dating from the 12th century - while Hamas militiamen were strongly surveilling the surroundings.
    The Christian community in the Gaza Strip is steadily declining and comes down to barely 1300 people today, while the territory counts only three churches and an anglican chapel.
  • Christmas mass in the Gaza Strip
    Palestine
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0222217.jpg
    A mass was held in the Church of Saint-Porphyrius - a church dating from the 12th century - while Hamas militiamen were strongly surveilling the surroundings.
    The Christian community in the Gaza Strip is steadily declining and comes down to barely 1300 people today, while the territory counts only three churches and an anglican chapel.
  • Christmas mass in the Gaza Strip
    Palestine
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0222218.jpg
    A mass was held in the Church of Saint-Porphyrius - a church dating from the 12th century - while Hamas militiamen were strongly surveilling the surroundings.
    The Christian community in the Gaza Strip is steadily declining and comes down to barely 1300 people today, while the territory counts only three churches and an anglican chapel.
  • Christmas mass in the Gaza Strip
    Palestine
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0222219.jpg
    A mass was held in the Church of Saint-Porphyrius - a church dating from the 12th century - while Hamas militiamen were strongly surveilling the surroundings.
    The Christian community in the Gaza Strip is steadily declining and comes down to barely 1300 people today, while the territory counts only three churches and an anglican chapel.
  • Christmas mass in the Gaza Strip
    Palestine
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0222220.jpg
    A mass was held in the Church of Saint-Porphyrius - a church dating from the 12th century - while Hamas militiamen were strongly surveilling the surroundings.
    The Christian community in the Gaza Strip is steadily declining and comes down to barely 1300 people today, while the territory counts only three churches and an anglican chapel.
  • Christmas mass in the Gaza Strip
    Palestine
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0222221.jpg
    A mass was held in the Church of Saint-Porphyrius - a church dating from the 12th century - while Hamas militiamen were strongly surveilling the surroundings.
    The Christian community in the Gaza Strip is steadily declining and comes down to barely 1300 people today, while the territory counts only three churches and an anglican chapel.
  • Christmas mass in the Gaza Strip
    Palestine
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0222222.jpg
    A mass was held in the Church of Saint-Porphyrius - a church dating from the 12th century - while Hamas militiamen were strongly surveilling the surroundings.
    The Christian community in the Gaza Strip is steadily declining and comes down to barely 1300 people today, while the territory counts only three churches and an anglican chapel.
  • Christmas mass in the Gaza Strip
    Palestine
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0222223.jpg
    A mass was held in the Church of Saint-Porphyrius - a church dating from the 12th century - while Hamas militiamen were strongly surveilling the surroundings.
    The Christian community in the Gaza Strip is steadily declining and comes down to barely 1300 people today, while the territory counts only three churches and an anglican chapel.
  • Christmas mass in the Gaza Strip
    Palestine
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0222224.jpg
    A mass was held in the Church of Saint-Porphyrius - a church dating from the 12th century - while Hamas militiamen were strongly surveilling the surroundings.
    The Christian community in the Gaza Strip is steadily declining and comes down to barely 1300 people today, while the territory counts only three churches and an anglican chapel.
  • Christmas mass in the Gaza Strip
    Palestine
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0222225.jpg
    A mass was held in the Church of Saint-Porphyrius - a church dating from the 12th century - while Hamas militiamen were strongly surveilling the surroundings.
    The Christian community in the Gaza Strip is steadily declining and comes down to barely 1300 people today, while the territory counts only three churches and an anglican chapel.
  • Christmas mass in the Gaza Strip
    Palestine
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0222226.jpg
    A mass was held in the Church of Saint-Porphyrius - a church dating from the 12th century - while Hamas militiamen were strongly surveilling the surroundings.
    The Christian community in the Gaza Strip is steadily declining and comes down to barely 1300 people today, while the territory counts only three churches and an anglican chapel.
  • Christmas mass in the Gaza Strip
    Palestine
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0222227.jpg
    A mass was held in the Church of Saint-Porphyrius - a church dating from the 12th century - while Hamas militiamen were strongly surveilling the surroundings.
    The Christian community in the Gaza Strip is steadily declining and comes down to barely 1300 people today, while the territory counts only three churches and an anglican chapel.
  • Christmas mass in the Gaza Strip
    Palestine
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0222228.jpg
    A mass was held in the Church of Saint-Porphyrius - a church dating from the 12th century - while Hamas militiamen were strongly surveilling the surroundings.
    The Christian community in the Gaza Strip is steadily declining and comes down to barely 1300 people today, while the territory counts only three churches and an anglican chapel.
  • Christmas mass in the Gaza Strip
    Palestine
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0222229.jpg
    A mass was held in the Church of Saint-Porphyrius - a church dating from the 12th century - while Hamas militiamen were strongly surveilling the surroundings.
    The Christian community in the Gaza Strip is steadily declining and comes down to barely 1300 people today, while the territory counts only three churches and an anglican chapel.
  • Aid celebration in Paris
    France
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0212608.jpg
    The Muslim community gathers at the Grande Mosquée of Paris for the morning prayer of Eid el-Kebir's celebration. Because of a lack of space inside, a hundred people are obliged to pray outside.
  • Aid celebration in Paris
    France
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0212609.jpg
    The Muslim community gathers at the Grande Mosquée of Paris for the morning prayer of Eid el-Kebir's celebration. Because of a lack of space inside, a hundred people are obliged to pray outside.
  • Aid celebration in Paris
    France
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0212610.jpg
    The Muslim community gathers at the Grande Mosquée of Paris for the morning prayer of Eid el-Kebir's celebration. Because of a lack of space inside, a hundred people are obliged to pray outside.
  • Aid celebration in Paris
    France
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0212611.jpg
    The Muslim community gathers at the Grande Mosquée of Paris for the morning prayer of Eid el-Kebir's celebration. Because of a lack of space inside, a hundred people are obliged to pray outside.
  • Aid celebration in Paris
    France
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0212612.jpg
    The Muslim community gathers at the Grande Mosquée of Paris for the morning prayer of Eid el-Kebir's celebration. Because of a lack of space inside, a hundred people are obliged to pray outside.
  • Aid celebration in Paris
    France
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0212613.jpg
    The Muslim community gathers at the Grande Mosquée of Paris for the morning prayer of Eid el-Kebir's celebration. Because of a lack of space inside, a hundred people are obliged to pray outside.
  • Aid celebration in Paris
    France
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0212614.jpg
    The Muslim community gathers at the Grande Mosquée of Paris for the morning prayer of Eid el-Kebir's celebration. Because of a lack of space inside, a hundred people are obliged to pray outside.
  • Aid celebration in Paris
    France
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0212615.jpg
    The Muslim community gathers at the Grande Mosquée of Paris for the morning prayer of Eid el-Kebir's celebration. Because of a lack of space inside, a hundred people are obliged to pray outside.
  • Aid celebration in Paris
    France
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0212616.jpg
    The Muslim community gathers at the Grande Mosquée of Paris for the morning prayer of Eid el-Kebir's celebration. Because of a lack of space inside, a hundred people are obliged to pray outside.
  • Aid celebration in Paris
    France
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0212617.jpg
    The Muslim community gathers at the Grande Mosquée of Paris for the morning prayer of Eid el-Kebir's celebration. Because of a lack of space inside, a hundred people are obliged to pray outside.
  • Egypte random illustrations
    Egypt
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0209755.jpg
    Mothers and children from the coptic village El-Barsha, in Upper Egypt.
  • Egypte random illustrations
    Egypt
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0209756.jpg
    Mothers and children from the coptic village El-Barsha, in Upper Egypt.
  • Egypte random illustrations
    Egypt
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0209757.jpg
    Mothers and children from the coptic village El-Barsha, in Upper Egypt.
  • Egypte random illustrations
    Egypt
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0209758.jpg
    Mothers and children from the coptic village El-Barsha, in Upper Egypt.
  • The Day of the Dead -dzień zmarłych- Rakowicki Cemetery.
    Poland
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0192554.jpg
    The Rakowicki Cemetery, located in Krakow, is one of the most famous Polish cemeteries, where many Polish notables are buried. It was built in the early nineteenth century On November 1, the day of the feast of All Saints, the Poles deposit millions of candles on the graves throughout the country. A tradition which marks the importance accorded in Poland to the memory and resurrection of the dead. Faithful to tradition, believers or non-believers, all come to the Rakowicki cemetery to place lanterns on the graves. Faithful to tradition, believers or nonbelievers, all come to the cemetery to place lanterns on the graves. Faithful to tradition, believers or nonbelievers, all come to the cemetery to place lanterns on the graves. All Saints' Day is the most important holiday of the Catholic calendar, just like Christmas and Easter. The cemetery is literally covered with flowers and candles.
  • The Day of the Dead -dzień zmarłych- Rakowicki Cemetery.
    Poland
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0192555.jpg
    The Rakowicki Cemetery, located in Krakow, is one of the most famous Polish cemeteries, where many Polish notables are buried. It was built in the early nineteenth century On November 1, the day of the feast of All Saints, the Poles deposit millions of candles on the graves throughout the country. A tradition which marks the importance accorded in Poland to the memory and resurrection of the dead. Faithful to tradition, believers or non-believers, all come to the Rakowicki cemetery to place lanterns on the graves. Faithful to tradition, believers or nonbelievers, all come to the cemetery to place lanterns on the graves. Faithful to tradition, believers or nonbelievers, all come to the cemetery to place lanterns on the graves. All Saints' Day is the most important holiday of the Catholic calendar, just like Christmas and Easter. The cemetery is literally covered with flowers and candles.
  • The Day of the Dead -dzień zmarłych- Rakowicki Cemetery.
    Poland
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0192556.jpg
    The Rakowicki Cemetery, located in Krakow, is one of the most famous Polish cemeteries, where many Polish notables are buried. It was built in the early nineteenth century On November 1, the day of the feast of All Saints, the Poles deposit millions of candles on the graves throughout the country. A tradition which marks the importance accorded in Poland to the memory and resurrection of the dead. Faithful to tradition, believers or non-believers, all come to the Rakowicki cemetery to place lanterns on the graves. Faithful to tradition, believers or nonbelievers, all come to the cemetery to place lanterns on the graves. Faithful to tradition, believers or nonbelievers, all come to the cemetery to place lanterns on the graves. All Saints' Day is the most important holiday of the Catholic calendar, just like Christmas and Easter. The cemetery is literally covered with flowers and candles.
  • The Day of the Dead -dzień zmarłych- Rakowicki Cemetery.
    Poland
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0192557.jpg
    The Rakowicki Cemetery, located in Krakow, is one of the most famous Polish cemeteries, where many Polish notables are buried. It was built in the early nineteenth century On November 1, the day of the feast of All Saints, the Poles deposit millions of candles on the graves throughout the country. A tradition which marks the importance accorded in Poland to the memory and resurrection of the dead. Faithful to tradition, believers or non-believers, all come to the Rakowicki cemetery to place lanterns on the graves. Faithful to tradition, believers or nonbelievers, all come to the cemetery to place lanterns on the graves. Faithful to tradition, believers or nonbelievers, all come to the cemetery to place lanterns on the graves. All Saints' Day is the most important holiday of the Catholic calendar, just like Christmas and Easter. The cemetery is literally covered with flowers and candles.
  • The Day of the Dead -dzień zmarłych- Rakowicki Cemetery.
    Poland
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0192558.jpg
    The Rakowicki Cemetery, located in Krakow, is one of the most famous Polish cemeteries, where many Polish notables are buried. It was built in the early nineteenth century On November 1, the day of the feast of All Saints, the Poles deposit millions of candles on the graves throughout the country. A tradition which marks the importance accorded in Poland to the memory and resurrection of the dead. Faithful to tradition, believers or non-believers, all come to the Rakowicki cemetery to place lanterns on the graves. Faithful to tradition, believers or nonbelievers, all come to the cemetery to place lanterns on the graves. Faithful to tradition, believers or nonbelievers, all come to the cemetery to place lanterns on the graves. All Saints' Day is the most important holiday of the Catholic calendar, just like Christmas and Easter. The cemetery is literally covered with flowers and candles.
  • The Day of the Dead -dzień zmarłych- Rakowicki Cemetery.
    Poland
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0192559.jpg
    The Rakowicki Cemetery, located in Krakow, is one of the most famous Polish cemeteries, where many Polish notables are buried. It was built in the early nineteenth century On November 1, the day of the feast of All Saints, the Poles deposit millions of candles on the graves throughout the country. A tradition which marks the importance accorded in Poland to the memory and resurrection of the dead. Faithful to tradition, believers or non-believers, all come to the Rakowicki cemetery to place lanterns on the graves. Faithful to tradition, believers or nonbelievers, all come to the cemetery to place lanterns on the graves. Faithful to tradition, believers or nonbelievers, all come to the cemetery to place lanterns on the graves. All Saints' Day is the most important holiday of the Catholic calendar, just like Christmas and Easter. The cemetery is literally covered with flowers and candles.
  • The Day of the Dead -dzień zmarłych- Rakowicki Cemetery.
    Poland
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0192560.jpg
    The Rakowicki Cemetery, located in Krakow, is one of the most famous Polish cemeteries, where many Polish notables are buried. It was built in the early nineteenth century On November 1, the day of the feast of All Saints, the Poles deposit millions of candles on the graves throughout the country. A tradition which marks the importance accorded in Poland to the memory and resurrection of the dead. Faithful to tradition, believers or non-believers, all come to the Rakowicki cemetery to place lanterns on the graves. Faithful to tradition, believers or nonbelievers, all come to the cemetery to place lanterns on the graves. Faithful to tradition, believers or nonbelievers, all come to the cemetery to place lanterns on the graves. All Saints' Day is the most important holiday of the Catholic calendar, just like Christmas and Easter. The cemetery is literally covered with flowers and candles.
  • The Day of the Dead -dzień zmarłych- Rakowicki Cemetery.
    Poland
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0192561.jpg
    The Rakowicki Cemetery, located in Krakow, is one of the most famous Polish cemeteries, where many Polish notables are buried. It was built in the early nineteenth century On November 1, the day of the feast of All Saints, the Poles deposit millions of candles on the graves throughout the country. A tradition which marks the importance accorded in Poland to the memory and resurrection of the dead. Faithful to tradition, believers or non-believers, all come to the Rakowicki cemetery to place lanterns on the graves. Faithful to tradition, believers or nonbelievers, all come to the cemetery to place lanterns on the graves. Faithful to tradition, believers or nonbelievers, all come to the cemetery to place lanterns on the graves. All Saints' Day is the most important holiday of the Catholic calendar, just like Christmas and Easter. The cemetery is literally covered with flowers and candles.
  • The Day of the Dead -dzień zmarłych- Rakowicki Cemetery.
    Poland
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0192562.jpg
    The Rakowicki Cemetery, located in Krakow, is one of the most famous Polish cemeteries, where many Polish notables are buried. It was built in the early nineteenth century On November 1, the day of the feast of All Saints, the Poles deposit millions of candles on the graves throughout the country. A tradition which marks the importance accorded in Poland to the memory and resurrection of the dead. Faithful to tradition, believers or non-believers, all come to the Rakowicki cemetery to place lanterns on the graves. Faithful to tradition, believers or nonbelievers, all come to the cemetery to place lanterns on the graves. Faithful to tradition, believers or nonbelievers, all come to the cemetery to place lanterns on the graves. All Saints' Day is the most important holiday of the Catholic calendar, just like Christmas and Easter. The cemetery is literally covered with flowers and candles.
  • The Day of the Dead -dzień zmarłych- Rakowicki Cemetery.
    Poland
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0192563.jpg
    The Rakowicki Cemetery, located in Krakow, is one of the most famous Polish cemeteries, where many Polish notables are buried. It was built in the early nineteenth century On November 1, the day of the feast of All Saints, the Poles deposit millions of candles on the graves throughout the country. A tradition which marks the importance accorded in Poland to the memory and resurrection of the dead. Faithful to tradition, believers or non-believers, all come to the Rakowicki cemetery to place lanterns on the graves. Faithful to tradition, believers or nonbelievers, all come to the cemetery to place lanterns on the graves. Faithful to tradition, believers or nonbelievers, all come to the cemetery to place lanterns on the graves. All Saints' Day is the most important holiday of the Catholic calendar, just like Christmas and Easter. The cemetery is literally covered with flowers and candles.
  • The Day of the Dead -dzień zmarłych- Rakowicki Cemetery.
    Poland
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0192564.jpg
    The Rakowicki Cemetery, located in Krakow, is one of the most famous Polish cemeteries, where many Polish notables are buried. It was built in the early nineteenth century On November 1, the day of the feast of All Saints, the Poles deposit millions of candles on the graves throughout the country. A tradition which marks the importance accorded in Poland to the memory and resurrection of the dead. Faithful to tradition, believers or non-believers, all come to the Rakowicki cemetery to place lanterns on the graves. Faithful to tradition, believers or nonbelievers, all come to the cemetery to place lanterns on the graves. Faithful to tradition, believers or nonbelievers, all come to the cemetery to place lanterns on the graves. All Saints' Day is the most important holiday of the Catholic calendar, just like Christmas and Easter. The cemetery is literally covered with flowers and candles.
  • The Day of the Dead -dzień zmarłych- Rakowicki Cemetery.
    Poland
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0192565.jpg
    The Rakowicki Cemetery, located in Krakow, is one of the most famous Polish cemeteries, where many Polish notables are buried. It was built in the early nineteenth century On November 1, the day of the feast of All Saints, the Poles deposit millions of candles on the graves throughout the country. A tradition which marks the importance accorded in Poland to the memory and resurrection of the dead. Faithful to tradition, believers or non-believers, all come to the Rakowicki cemetery to place lanterns on the graves. Faithful to tradition, believers or nonbelievers, all come to the cemetery to place lanterns on the graves. Faithful to tradition, believers or nonbelievers, all come to the cemetery to place lanterns on the graves. All Saints' Day is the most important holiday of the Catholic calendar, just like Christmas and Easter. The cemetery is literally covered with flowers and candles.
  • The Day of the Dead -dzień zmarłych- Rakowicki Cemetery.
    Poland
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0192566.jpg
    The Rakowicki Cemetery, located in Krakow, is one of the most famous Polish cemeteries, where many Polish notables are buried. It was built in the early nineteenth century On November 1, the day of the feast of All Saints, the Poles deposit millions of candles on the graves throughout the country. A tradition which marks the importance accorded in Poland to the memory and resurrection of the dead. Faithful to tradition, believers or non-believers, all come to the Rakowicki cemetery to place lanterns on the graves. Faithful to tradition, believers or nonbelievers, all come to the cemetery to place lanterns on the graves. Faithful to tradition, believers or nonbelievers, all come to the cemetery to place lanterns on the graves. All Saints' Day is the most important holiday of the Catholic calendar, just like Christmas and Easter. The cemetery is literally covered with flowers and candles.
  • The Day of the Dead -dzień zmarłych- Rakowicki Cemetery.
    Poland
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0192567.jpg
    The Rakowicki Cemetery, located in Krakow, is one of the most famous Polish cemeteries, where many Polish notables are buried. It was built in the early nineteenth century On November 1, the day of the feast of All Saints, the Poles deposit millions of candles on the graves throughout the country. A tradition which marks the importance accorded in Poland to the memory and resurrection of the dead. Faithful to tradition, believers or non-believers, all come to the Rakowicki cemetery to place lanterns on the graves. Faithful to tradition, believers or nonbelievers, all come to the cemetery to place lanterns on the graves. Faithful to tradition, believers or nonbelievers, all come to the cemetery to place lanterns on the graves. All Saints' Day is the most important holiday of the Catholic calendar, just like Christmas and Easter. The cemetery is literally covered with flowers and candles.
  • The Day of the Dead -dzień zmarłych- Rakowicki Cemetery.
    Poland
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0192568.jpg
    The Rakowicki Cemetery, located in Krakow, is one of the most famous Polish cemeteries, where many Polish notables are buried. It was built in the early nineteenth century On November 1, the day of the feast of All Saints, the Poles deposit millions of candles on the graves throughout the country. A tradition which marks the importance accorded in Poland to the memory and resurrection of the dead. Faithful to tradition, believers or non-believers, all come to the Rakowicki cemetery to place lanterns on the graves. Faithful to tradition, believers or nonbelievers, all come to the cemetery to place lanterns on the graves. Faithful to tradition, believers or nonbelievers, all come to the cemetery to place lanterns on the graves. All Saints' Day is the most important holiday of the Catholic calendar, just like Christmas and Easter. The cemetery is literally covered with flowers and candles.
  • The Day of the Dead -dzień zmarłych- Rakowicki Cemetery.
    Poland
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0192569.jpg
    The Rakowicki Cemetery, located in Krakow, is one of the most famous Polish cemeteries, where many Polish notables are buried. It was built in the early nineteenth century On November 1, the day of the feast of All Saints, the Poles deposit millions of candles on the graves throughout the country. A tradition which marks the importance accorded in Poland to the memory and resurrection of the dead. Faithful to tradition, believers or non-believers, all come to the Rakowicki cemetery to place lanterns on the graves. Faithful to tradition, believers or nonbelievers, all come to the cemetery to place lanterns on the graves. Faithful to tradition, believers or nonbelievers, all come to the cemetery to place lanterns on the graves. All Saints' Day is the most important holiday of the Catholic calendar, just like Christmas and Easter. The cemetery is literally covered with flowers and candles.
  • The Day of the Dead -dzień zmarłych- Rakowicki Cemetery.
    Poland
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0192570.jpg
    The Rakowicki Cemetery, located in Krakow, is one of the most famous Polish cemeteries, where many Polish notables are buried. It was built in the early nineteenth century On November 1, the day of the feast of All Saints, the Poles deposit millions of candles on the graves throughout the country. A tradition which marks the importance accorded in Poland to the memory and resurrection of the dead. Faithful to tradition, believers or non-believers, all come to the Rakowicki cemetery to place lanterns on the graves. Faithful to tradition, believers or nonbelievers, all come to the cemetery to place lanterns on the graves. Faithful to tradition, believers or nonbelievers, all come to the cemetery to place lanterns on the graves. All Saints' Day is the most important holiday of the Catholic calendar, just like Christmas and Easter. The cemetery is literally covered with flowers and candles.
  • The Day of the Dead -dzień zmarłych- Rakowicki Cemetery.
    Poland
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0192571.jpg
    The Rakowicki Cemetery, located in Krakow, is one of the most famous Polish cemeteries, where many Polish notables are buried. It was built in the early nineteenth century On November 1, the day of the feast of All Saints, the Poles deposit millions of candles on the graves throughout the country. A tradition which marks the importance accorded in Poland to the memory and resurrection of the dead. Faithful to tradition, believers or non-believers, all come to the Rakowicki cemetery to place lanterns on the graves. Faithful to tradition, believers or nonbelievers, all come to the cemetery to place lanterns on the graves. Faithful to tradition, believers or nonbelievers, all come to the cemetery to place lanterns on the graves. All Saints' Day is the most important holiday of the Catholic calendar, just like Christmas and Easter. The cemetery is literally covered with flowers and candles.
  • The Day of the Dead -dzień zmarłych- Rakowicki Cemetery.
    Poland
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0192572.jpg
    The Rakowicki Cemetery, located in Krakow, is one of the most famous Polish cemeteries, where many Polish notables are buried. It was built in the early nineteenth century On November 1, the day of the feast of All Saints, the Poles deposit millions of candles on the graves throughout the country. A tradition which marks the importance accorded in Poland to the memory and resurrection of the dead. Faithful to tradition, believers or non-believers, all come to the Rakowicki cemetery to place lanterns on the graves. Faithful to tradition, believers or nonbelievers, all come to the cemetery to place lanterns on the graves. Faithful to tradition, believers or nonbelievers, all come to the cemetery to place lanterns on the graves. All Saints' Day is the most important holiday of the Catholic calendar, just like Christmas and Easter. The cemetery is literally covered with flowers and candles.
  • The Day of the Dead -dzień zmarłych- Rakowicki Cemetery.
    Poland
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0192573.jpg
    The Rakowicki Cemetery, located in Krakow, is one of the most famous Polish cemeteries, where many Polish notables are buried. It was built in the early nineteenth century On November 1, the day of the feast of All Saints, the Poles deposit millions of candles on the graves throughout the country. A tradition which marks the importance accorded in Poland to the memory and resurrection of the dead. Faithful to tradition, believers or non-believers, all come to the Rakowicki cemetery to place lanterns on the graves. Faithful to tradition, believers or nonbelievers, all come to the cemetery to place lanterns on the graves. Faithful to tradition, believers or nonbelievers, all come to the cemetery to place lanterns on the graves. All Saints' Day is the most important holiday of the Catholic calendar, just like Christmas and Easter. The cemetery is literally covered with flowers and candles.
  • Orthodox Church in Krakow
    Poland
    Kamila Stepien
    LePictorium_0191144.jpg
    While the Ukrainian Orthodox Church has just been recognized by the decision of the Patriarchate of Constantinople, the faithful in Poland, mostly Ukrainians pray in the Orthodox parish of Krakow. In Poland, the number of Ukrainians is currently about 900,000.
  • Orthodox Church in Krakow
    Poland
    Kamila Stepien
    LePictorium_0191145.jpg
    The Orthodox parish of Krakow. The Orthodox Cross has a small horizontal bar above the main one, in order to figure the sign hung by Pontius Pilate, and a short extra diagonal cross near its base, representing the support of the feet of Christ.
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