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Menschen und kulturen urus

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  • 1. The photographs in this album weretaken during an afternoon that wespent with some Uros families livingon the Uros Islands - a group of about40 floating islands in the northernsection of Lake Titicaca nearPuno, Peru, at an elevation of 12,500feet.They live on their “swimming islands”they´ve made of Totora reed.Diese Aufnahmen entstanden alsder Fotograf, DavidAstley, einige Uro-Familienbesuchte, die auf den Uros-Inseln, eine Gruppe von etwa 40Inseln in der nördlichen Regiondes Titicaca-Sees auf ca. 49„schwimmenden Inseln“ leben.Die Inseln fertigen sie ausgetrocknetem Totora Schilf.
  • 2. Fotos: David Astleyund InternetDie Rechte an den Fotosliegen bei den Fotografen.