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Over the border

A sunset shot from the border of Isreal looking towards Egypt, shot in the desert near Eilat.

Un couché de soleil au dessus de la frontière entre Israel et l'Egypte, près d'Eilat.




MIDEAST-PALESTINIANS-ISRAEL

#Palestinians wait for #travel #permits to #cross into #Egypt under the #control of the #Palestinian #Authority, in #Khan #Younis in the southern #Gaza #Strip November 18, 2017, as it opened for three days for the first time since the #Palestinian #reconciliation deal. Only humanitarian cases registered with the ministry would be allowed to leave through the crossing, however, with this including up to 20,000 people in the empoverished enclave of two million, he added. That Egypt-brokered Palestinian reconciliation deal is expected to lead to more regular opening of the Rafah crossing, which had been totally sealed since August 2017, and was largely closed by Cairo for years beforehand. Photo by Yasser Qudih




Palestinians wait for travel permits to cross into Egypt under the control of the Palestinian Authority

#Palestinians wait for #travel #permits to cross into #Egypt under the #control of the #Palestinian #Authority, in #Khan #Younis in the southern #Gaza #Strip November 18, 2017, as it opened for three days for the first time since the #Palestinian #reconciliation deal. Only humanitarian cases registered with the ministry would be allowed to leave through the crossing, however, with this including up to 20,000 people in the empoverished enclave of two million, he added. That Egypt-brokered Palestinian reconciliation deal is expected to lead to more regular opening of the Rafah crossing, which had been totally sealed since August 2017, and was largely closed by Cairo for years beforehand. Photo by Yasser Qudih




Palestinian security forces stand guard outside the Rafah border crossing with Egypt, under the control of the Palestinian Authority

#Palestinian #security #forces stand guard outside the #Rafah #border #crossing with #Egypt, under the #control of the #Palestinian #Authority, in the southern #Gaza #Strip on November 18, 2017, as it opened for three days for the first time since the #Palestinian #reconciliation deal. Only humanitarian cases registered with the Palestinian Interior ministry would be allowed to leave through the crossing, however, with this including up to 20,000 people in the empoverished enclave of two million. That Egypt-brokered Palestinian reconciliation deal is expected to lead to more regular opening of the Rafah crossing, which had been totally sealed since August 2017, and was largely closed by Cairo for years beforehand. Photo by Yasser Qudih




Palestinians wait for travel permits to cross into Egypt under the control of the Palestinian Authority

#Palestinians wait for #travel #permits to cross into #Egypt under the #control of the #Palestinian #Authority, in #Khan #Younis in the southern #Gaza #Strip November 18, 2017, as it opened for three days for the first time since the #Palestinian #reconciliation deal. Only humanitarian cases registered with the ministry would be allowed to leave through the crossing, however, with this including up to 20,000 people in the empoverished enclave of two million, he added. That Egypt-brokered Palestinian reconciliation deal is expected to lead to more regular opening of the Rafah crossing, which had been totally sealed since August 2017, and was largely closed by Cairo for years beforehand. Photo by Yasser Qudih




Palestinians wait for travel permits to cross into Egypt under the control of the Palestinian Authority

#Palestinians wait for travel #permits to cross into #Egypt under the control of the #Palestinian #Authority, in #Khan #Younis in the southern #Gaza #Strip November 18, 2017, as it opened for three days for the first time since the #Palestinian #reconciliation deal. Only humanitarian cases registered with the ministry would be allowed to leave through the crossing, however, with this including up to 20,000 people in the empoverished enclave of two million, he added. That Egypt-brokered Palestinian reconciliation deal is expected to lead to more regular opening of the Rafah crossing, which had been totally sealed since August 2017, and was largely closed by Cairo for years beforehand. Photo by Mohammed Dahman




A Palestinian passport control officer latter checks travel passengers documents before allowing them through the Rafah border crossing with Egypt, under the control of the Palestinian Authority

A #Palestinian #passport #control #officer latter checks travel #passengers #documents before allowing them through the #Rafah #border #crossing with #Egypt, under the control of the #Palestinian #Authority, in the southern #Gaza #Strip on November 18, 2017, after it opened for three days for the first time since the #Palestinian #reconciliation deal. Only humanitarian cases registered with the Palestinian Interior ministry would be allowed to leave through the crossing, however, with this including up to 20,000 people in the empoverished enclave of two million. That Egypt-brokered Palestinian reconciliation deal is expected to lead to more regular opening of the Rafah crossing, which had been totally sealed since August 2017, and was largely closed by Cairo for years beforehand. Photo by Mohammed Dahman




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Arab-Soviet Friendship Monument, Aswan Dam

The Aswan High Dam was constructed between 1960-70 under the direction of President Nasser, its goal to assert control over the waters of the Nile for irrigation and generate hydroelectricty. For millennia previously the country had been totally dependent of the annual flooding of the Nile which fertilised crops with its silt, but low or high waters were unpredictable and caused significant crop failure. With an ever growing population the desire for control over the Nile's waters was understandable, and has saved the country from famine ever since.

There were of course drawbacks, heritage suffered with the entire land of Nubia to the south of Aswan submerged beneath the new Lake Nasser. Thousands of people had to be relocated, and the finest of the ancient monuments were dismantled and re-erected on higher ground.

The building of the dam was a massive undertaking (sometimes referred to as 'Nasser's Pyramid') and required international help, which the Soviet government provided, resulting in the beautifully dramatic Arab-Soviet Friendship monument on the west side, designed to resemble an enormous lotus flower.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aswan_Dam




Arab-Soviet Friendship Monument, Aswan Dam

The Aswan High Dam was constructed between 1960-70 under the direction of President Nasser, its goal to assert control over the waters of the Nile for irrigation and generate hydroelectricty. For millennia previously the country had been totally dependent of the annual flooding of the Nile which fertilised crops with its silt, but low or high waters were unpredictable and caused significant crop failure. With an ever growing population the desire for control over the Nile's waters was understandable, and has saved the country from famine ever since.

There were of course drawbacks, heritage suffered with the entire land of Nubia to the south of Aswan submerged beneath the new Lake Nasser. Thousands of people had to be relocated, and the finest of the ancient monuments were dismantled and re-erected on higher ground.

The building of the dam was a massive undertaking (sometimes referred to as 'Nasser's Pyramid') and required international help, which the Soviet government provided, resulting in the beautifully dramatic Arab-Soviet Friendship monument on the west side, designed to resemble an enormous lotus flower.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aswan_Dam




Arab-Soviet Friendship Monument, Aswan Dam

The Aswan High Dam was constructed between 1960-70 under the direction of President Nasser, its goal to assert control over the waters of the Nile for irrigation and generate hydroelectricty. For millennia previously the country had been totally dependent of the annual flooding of the Nile which fertilised crops with its silt, but low or high waters were unpredictable and caused significant crop failure. With an ever growing population the desire for control over the Nile's waters was understandable, and has saved the country from famine ever since.

There were of course drawbacks, heritage suffered with the entire land of Nubia to the south of Aswan submerged beneath the new Lake Nasser. Thousands of people had to be relocated, and the finest of the ancient monuments were dismantled and re-erected on higher ground.

The building of the dam was a massive undertaking (sometimes referred to as 'Nasser's Pyramid') and required international help, which the Soviet government provided, resulting in the beautifully dramatic Arab-Soviet Friendship monument on the west side, designed to resemble an enormous lotus flower.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aswan_Dam




Arab-Soviet Friendship Monument, Aswan Dam

The Aswan High Dam was constructed between 1960-70 under the direction of President Nasser, its goal to assert control over the waters of the Nile for irrigation and generate hydroelectricty. For millennia previously the country had been totally dependent of the annual flooding of the Nile which fertilised crops with its silt, but low or high waters were unpredictable and caused significant crop failure. With an ever growing population the desire for control over the Nile's waters was understandable, and has saved the country from famine ever since.

There were of course drawbacks, heritage suffered with the entire land of Nubia to the south of Aswan submerged beneath the new Lake Nasser. Thousands of people had to be relocated, and the finest of the ancient monuments were dismantled and re-erected on higher ground.

The building of the dam was a massive undertaking (sometimes referred to as 'Nasser's Pyramid') and required international help, which the Soviet government provided, resulting in the beautifully dramatic Arab-Soviet Friendship monument on the west side, designed to resemble an enormous lotus flower.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aswan_Dam




Arab-Soviet Friendship Monument, Aswan Dam

The Aswan High Dam was constructed between 1960-70 under the direction of President Nasser, its goal to assert control over the waters of the Nile for irrigation and generate hydroelectricty. For millennia previously the country had been totally dependent of the annual flooding of the Nile which fertilised crops with its silt, but low or high waters were unpredictable and caused significant crop failure. With an ever growing population the desire for control over the Nile's waters was understandable, and has saved the country from famine ever since.

There were of course drawbacks, heritage suffered with the entire land of Nubia to the south of Aswan submerged beneath the new Lake Nasser. Thousands of people had to be relocated, and the finest of the ancient monuments were dismantled and re-erected on higher ground.

The building of the dam was a massive undertaking (sometimes referred to as 'Nasser's Pyramid') and required international help, which the Soviet government provided, resulting in the beautifully dramatic Arab-Soviet Friendship monument on the west side, designed to resemble an enormous lotus flower.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aswan_Dam




Arab-Soviet Friendship Monument, Aswan Dam

The Aswan High Dam was constructed between 1960-70 under the direction of President Nasser, its goal to assert control over the waters of the Nile for irrigation and generate hydroelectricty. For millennia previously the country had been totally dependent of the annual flooding of the Nile which fertilised crops with its silt, but low or high waters were unpredictable and caused significant crop failure. With an ever growing population the desire for control over the Nile's waters was understandable, and has saved the country from famine ever since.

There were of course drawbacks, heritage suffered with the entire land of Nubia to the south of Aswan submerged beneath the new Lake Nasser. Thousands of people had to be relocated, and the finest of the ancient monuments were dismantled and re-erected on higher ground.

The building of the dam was a massive undertaking (sometimes referred to as 'Nasser's Pyramid') and required international help, which the Soviet government provided, resulting in the beautifully dramatic Arab-Soviet Friendship monument on the west side, designed to resemble an enormous lotus flower.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aswan_Dam




Arab-Soviet Friendship Monument, Aswan Dam

The Aswan High Dam was constructed between 1960-70 under the direction of President Nasser, its goal to assert control over the waters of the Nile for irrigation and generate hydroelectricty. For millennia previously the country had been totally dependent of the annual flooding of the Nile which fertilised crops with its silt, but low or high waters were unpredictable and caused significant crop failure. With an ever growing population the desire for control over the Nile's waters was understandable, and has saved the country from famine ever since.

There were of course drawbacks, heritage suffered with the entire land of Nubia to the south of Aswan submerged beneath the new Lake Nasser. Thousands of people had to be relocated, and the finest of the ancient monuments were dismantled and re-erected on higher ground.

The building of the dam was a massive undertaking (sometimes referred to as 'Nasser's Pyramid') and required international help, which the Soviet government provided, resulting in the beautifully dramatic Arab-Soviet Friendship monument on the west side, designed to resemble an enormous lotus flower.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aswan_Dam




Arab-Soviet Friendship Monument, Aswan Dam

The Aswan High Dam was constructed between 1960-70 under the direction of President Nasser, its goal to assert control over the waters of the Nile for irrigation and generate hydroelectricty. For millennia previously the country had been totally dependent of the annual flooding of the Nile which fertilised crops with its silt, but low or high waters were unpredictable and caused significant crop failure. With an ever growing population the desire for control over the Nile's waters was understandable, and has saved the country from famine ever since.

There were of course drawbacks, heritage suffered with the entire land of Nubia to the south of Aswan submerged beneath the new Lake Nasser. Thousands of people had to be relocated, and the finest of the ancient monuments were dismantled and re-erected on higher ground.

The building of the dam was a massive undertaking (sometimes referred to as 'Nasser's Pyramid') and required international help, which the Soviet government provided, resulting in the beautifully dramatic Arab-Soviet Friendship monument on the west side, designed to resemble an enormous lotus flower.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aswan_Dam




Arab-Soviet Friendship Monument, Aswan Dam

The Aswan High Dam was constructed between 1960-70 under the direction of President Nasser, its goal to assert control over the waters of the Nile for irrigation and generate hydroelectricty. For millennia previously the country had been totally dependent of the annual flooding of the Nile which fertilised crops with its silt, but low or high waters were unpredictable and caused significant crop failure. With an ever growing population the desire for control over the Nile's waters was understandable, and has saved the country from famine ever since.

There were of course drawbacks, heritage suffered with the entire land of Nubia to the south of Aswan submerged beneath the new Lake Nasser. Thousands of people had to be relocated, and the finest of the ancient monuments were dismantled and re-erected on higher ground.

The building of the dam was a massive undertaking (sometimes referred to as 'Nasser's Pyramid') and required international help, which the Soviet government provided, resulting in the beautifully dramatic Arab-Soviet Friendship monument on the west side, designed to resemble an enormous lotus flower.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aswan_Dam




Arab-Soviet Friendship Monument, Aswan Dam

The Aswan High Dam was constructed between 1960-70 under the direction of President Nasser, its goal to assert control over the waters of the Nile for irrigation and generate hydroelectricty. For millennia previously the country had been totally dependent of the annual flooding of the Nile which fertilised crops with its silt, but low or high waters were unpredictable and caused significant crop failure. With an ever growing population the desire for control over the Nile's waters was understandable, and has saved the country from famine ever since.

There were of course drawbacks, heritage suffered with the entire land of Nubia to the south of Aswan submerged beneath the new Lake Nasser. Thousands of people had to be relocated, and the finest of the ancient monuments were dismantled and re-erected on higher ground.

The building of the dam was a massive undertaking (sometimes referred to as 'Nasser's Pyramid') and required international help, which the Soviet government provided, resulting in the beautifully dramatic Arab-Soviet Friendship monument on the west side, designed to resemble an enormous lotus flower.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aswan_Dam




Arab-Soviet Friendship Monument, Aswan Dam

The Aswan High Dam was constructed between 1960-70 under the direction of President Nasser, its goal to assert control over the waters of the Nile for irrigation and generate hydroelectricty. For millennia previously the country had been totally dependent of the annual flooding of the Nile which fertilised crops with its silt, but low or high waters were unpredictable and caused significant crop failure. With an ever growing population the desire for control over the Nile's waters was understandable, and has saved the country from famine ever since.

There were of course drawbacks, heritage suffered with the entire land of Nubia to the south of Aswan submerged beneath the new Lake Nasser. Thousands of people had to be relocated, and the finest of the ancient monuments were dismantled and re-erected on higher ground.

The building of the dam was a massive undertaking (sometimes referred to as 'Nasser's Pyramid') and required international help, which the Soviet government provided, resulting in the beautifully dramatic Arab-Soviet Friendship monument on the west side, designed to resemble an enormous lotus flower.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aswan_Dam




Arab-Soviet Friendship Monument, Aswan Dam

The Aswan High Dam was constructed between 1960-70 under the direction of President Nasser, its goal to assert control over the waters of the Nile for irrigation and generate hydroelectricty. For millennia previously the country had been totally dependent of the annual flooding of the Nile which fertilised crops with its silt, but low or high waters were unpredictable and caused significant crop failure. With an ever growing population the desire for control over the Nile's waters was understandable, and has saved the country from famine ever since.

There were of course drawbacks, heritage suffered with the entire land of Nubia to the south of Aswan submerged beneath the new Lake Nasser. Thousands of people had to be relocated, and the finest of the ancient monuments were dismantled and re-erected on higher ground.

The building of the dam was a massive undertaking (sometimes referred to as 'Nasser's Pyramid') and required international help, which the Soviet government provided, resulting in the beautifully dramatic Arab-Soviet Friendship monument on the west side, designed to resemble an enormous lotus flower.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aswan_Dam





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