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    MONUMENTO A SIMON BOLIVAR - SIGLO XX.

    MONUMENTO A SIMON BOLIVAR - SIGLO XX. Location: EXTERIOR. MARACAIBO. Venezuela.、クレジット:Album/Oronoz/共同通信イメージズ ※エディトリアル使用のみ。表紙、広告、プロモーション、商業目的での利用はお問合せください。クレジットは必ず表記してください。

    商品コード: 2020042302922

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    The Dutch corsair Enrique de Gerard plunder Maracaibo in 1614

    The Dutch corsair Enrique de Gerard plunder Maracaibo in 1614, and in 1642 the city was attacked by the British pirate William Jackson. In 1667, l‘Olonnais with a fleet of eight ships and a crew of six hundred pirates sacked Maracaibo and Gibraltar by Exquemelin 1678、クレジット:World History Archive/ニューズコム/共同通信イメージズ ※エディトリアル使用のみ。広告、プロモーション、商業目的での利用に関してはお問合せください。

    商品コード: 2019053006276

  • 1961年01月01日
    HANS VON BORSODY in THE CONQUEROR OF MARACAIBO (1961) -Original title: LOS CORSARIOS DEL CARIBE-.

    HANS VON BORSODY in THE CONQUEROR OF MARACAIBO (1961) -Original title: LOS CORSARIOS DEL CARIBE-.、クレジット:PROCUSA/PRODUZIONE ASSOCIATE/EPOCA FILMS/Album/共同通信イメージズ ※エディトリアル使用のみ。表紙、広告、プロモーション、商業目的での利用はお問合せください。クレジットは必ず表記してください。

    商品コード: 2021062112311

  • 1998年02月27日
    日本からの天文愛好家 市民がパノラマショー堪能

    カメラやビデオを望遠鏡にセットし皆既日食を観測する日本からの天文愛好家=26日午後2時、ベネズエラ西部のマラカイボ(共同)

    商品コード: 1998022700020

  • 1998年08月24日
    世界各地の地域大会 五輪にない特色含む

    8月にベネズエラのマラカイボで開かれた中米・カリブ海大会の自転車競技。聖火台の前を選手が通過している(ロイター=共同)

    商品コード: 1998082400183

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    2002年12月11日
    製油所を警備する兵士 泥沼のゼネスト10日目に

    10日、ベネズエラのマラカイボで国営ベネズエラ石油の製油所入り口を警備する兵士(ロイター=共同)

    商品コード: 2002121100114

  • 2003年01月24日
    操業がストップした油井 石油産業に1年のロス

    ゼネストで操業がストップした、ベネズエラ最大の油田地帯マラカイボ湖の油井(共同)

    商品コード: 2003012400079

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    2008年11月21日
    チャベス大統領と知事候補 チャベス政権に逆風

    16日、ベネズエラ西部マラカイボで、スリア州知事候補と選挙運動をするチャベス大統領(左)(ロイター=共同)

    商品コード: 2008112100152

  • 2013年02月18日
    マラカイボ湖の油田施設 輸出の約90%が原油関連

    ベネズエラ北西部にあるマラカイボ湖の油田(共同)

    商品コード: 2013021800274

  • 2015年01月05日
    ベネズエラの油田 逆石油ショックに世界動揺

    ベネズエラ北西部にあるマラカイボ湖の油田(共同)

    商品コード: 2015010500564

  • 2017年11月04日
    集会で話すカプリレス氏 ベネズエラ野党が分裂状態

    ベネズエラ・マラカイボの集会で話す正義第一党幹部のカプリレス前ミランダ州知事(中央)=1日(ロイター=共同)

    商品コード: 2017110400261

  • 2018年08月17日
    Oil pollution in Venezuela

    17 August 2018, Venezuela, Maracaibo: Young fishermen go by motorboat on Lake Maracaibo. In the oil-polluted lake they work as fishermen. Underneath the lake are large deposits from which the state-owned Venezuelan company PDVSA produces oil and gas. Oil pipelines are already leaking there. However, the pollution of the lake seems to have become chronic. There are hardly any official figures on this, given the situation, which is strictly controlled by the national regime. Venezuela - once the richest country in South America and blessed with the world‘s largest oil reserves - has been increasingly plundering since the beginning of the year, as food supplies have become increasingly precarious. Venezuelans are fleeing their homeland in droves, where even staple foods such as flour, rice and oil have become scarce and the government is taking ever tougher action against dissenters. Photo: Rayner Pena/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2018090624588

  • 2018年08月17日
    Oil pollution in Venezuela

    17 August 2018, Venezuela, Maracaibo: Shore of Lake Maracaibo polluted by oil and garbage. Underneath the lake are large deposits from which the state-owned Venezuelan company PDVSA produces oil and gas. Oil pipelines are already leaking there. However, the pollution of the lake seems to have become chronic. There are hardly any official figures on this, given the situation, which is strictly controlled by the national regime. Venezuela - once the richest country in South America and blessed with the world‘s largest oil reserves - has been increasingly plundering since the beginning of the year, as food supplies have become increasingly precarious.、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2018090624673

  • 2018年08月17日
    Oil pollution in Venezuela

    17 August 2018, Venezuela, Maracaibo: A man stands on the shore of Lake Maracaibo, polluted with oil, showing scars on his skin. He works as a fisherman. Parts of his body have been exposed to oil for long periods of time. It is said to have inflicted his wounds. Underneath the lake are large deposits from which the state-owned Venezuelan company PDVSA produces oil and gas. Oil pipelines are already leaking there. However, the pollution of the lake seems to have become chronic. There are hardly any official figures on this, given the situation, which is strictly controlled by the national regime. Venezuela - once the richest country in South America and blessed with the world‘s largest oil reserves - has been increasingly plundering since the beginning of the year, as food supplies have become increasingly precarious.、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2018090624585

  • 2018年08月17日
    Oil pollution in Venezuela

    17 August 2018, Venezuela, Maracaibo: Shore of Lake Maracaibo polluted by oil and garbage. Underneath the lake are large deposits from which the state-owned Venezuelan company PDVSA produces oil and gas. Oil pipelines are already leaking there. However, the pollution of the lake seems to have become chronic. There are hardly any official figures on this, given the situation, which is strictly controlled by the national regime. Venezuela - once the richest country in South America and blessed with the world‘s largest oil reserves - has been increasingly plundering since the beginning of the year, as food supplies have become increasingly precarious. Venezuelans are fleeing their homeland in droves, where even staple foods such as flour, rice and oil have become scarce and the government is taking ever tougher action against dissenters. Photo: Rayner Pena/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2018090624688

  • 2018年08月17日
    Oil pollution in Venezuela

    17 August 2018, Venezuela, Maracaibo: Pigs in oil at Lake Maracaibo. Underneath the lake are large deposits from which the state-owned Venezuelan company PDVSA produces oil and gas. Oil pipelines are already leaking there. However, the pollution of the lake seems to have become chronic. There are hardly any official figures on this, given the situation, which is strictly controlled by the national regime. Venezuela - once the richest country in South America and blessed with the world‘s largest oil reserves - has been increasingly plundering since the beginning of the year, as food supplies have become increasingly precarious. Venezuelans are fleeing their homeland in droves, where even staple foods such as flour, rice and oil have become scarce and the government is taking ever tougher action against dissenters. Photo: Rayner Pena/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2018090624697

  • 2018年08月17日
    Oil pollution in Venezuela

    17 August 2018, Venezuela, Maracaibo: Shore of Lake Maracaibo polluted by oil and garbage. Underneath the lake are large deposits from which the state-owned Venezuelan company PDVSA produces oil and gas. Oil pipelines are already leaking there. However, the pollution of the lake seems to have become chronic. There are hardly any official figures on this, given the situation, which is strictly controlled by the national regime. Venezuela - once the richest country in South America and blessed with the world‘s largest oil reserves - has been increasingly plundering since the beginning of the year, as food supplies have become increasingly precarious. Venezuelans are fleeing their homeland in droves, where even staple foods such as flour, rice and oil have become scarce and the government is taking ever tougher action against dissenters. Photo: Rayner Pena/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2018090624752

  • 2019年05月25日
    Crisis in Venezuela - Malnutrition

    25 May 2019, Venezuela, Maracaibo: Segundo Galue lies in his bed in the Altos del Milagro Norte district. The 93-year-old and his family can only eat once a day. They mainly eat tubers such as manioc and sweet potatoes. They can‘t remember the last time they ate meat. According to the Bengoa Foundation, the consumption of tubers and legumes has increased, while the consumption of cereals and meat has decreased in the South American country. 27 percent of those interviewed by Bengoa in 2017 ate twice or less a day. Venezuela is in a deep political and economic crisis. Due to a lack of foreign currency, food and medicines can hardly be imported. Less and less food is produced in the country and what is available is very expensive for a large part of the population. According to the United Nations, at least 2.3 million people have left the country. Photo: Rafael Hernandez/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2019053100787

  • 2019年05月25日
    Crisis in Venezuela - Malnutrition

    25 May 2019, Venezuela, Maracaibo: There‘s an eight-year-old kid lying on his bed. He lives with his mother, grandfather and three siblings. The family thinks they don‘t have enough money for food and medicines. “33 percent of children up to the age of 2 are chronically malnourished in poorer families,“ warns Marianella Herrera of the Bengoa Foundation. According to the Foundation, the consumption of tubers and pulses has increased in the South American country, while the consumption of cereals and meat has decreased. 27 percent of those interviewed by Bengoa in 2017 ate two meals or less a day. Venezuela is in a deep political and economic crisis. Due to a lack of foreign currency, food and medicines can hardly be imported. Less and less food is produced in the country and what is available is very expensive for a large part of the population. Photo: Rafael Hernandez/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2019053100605

  • 2019年05月25日
    Crisis in Venezuela - Malnutrition

    25 May 2019, Venezuela, Maracaibo: Segundo Galue lies in his bed in the Altos del Milagro Norte district. The 93-year-old and his family can only eat once a day. They mainly eat tubers such as manioc and sweet potatoes. They can‘t remember the last time they ate meat. According to the Bengoa Foundation, the consumption of tubers and legumes has increased, while the consumption of cereals and meat has decreased in the South American country. 27 percent of those interviewed by Bengoa in 2017 ate twice or less a day. Venezuela is in a deep political and economic crisis. Due to a lack of foreign currency, food and medicines can hardly be imported. Less and less food is produced in the country and what is available is very expensive for a large part of the population. According to the United Nations, at least 2.3 million people have left the country. Photo: Rafael Hernandez/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2019053100615

  • 2019年05月25日
    Crisis in Venezuela - Malnutrition

    25 May 2019, Venezuela, Maracaibo: Segundo Galue lies in his bed in the Altos del Milagro Norte district. The 93-year-old and his family can only eat once a day. They mainly eat tubers such as manioc and sweet potatoes. They can‘t remember the last time they ate meat. According to the Bengoa Foundation, the consumption of tubers and legumes has increased, while the consumption of cereals and meat has decreased in the South American country. 27 percent of those interviewed by Bengoa in 2017 ate twice or less a day. Venezuela is in a deep political and economic crisis. Due to a lack of foreign currency, food and medicines can hardly be imported. Less and less food is produced in the country and what is available is very expensive for a large part of the population. According to the United Nations, at least 2.3 million people have left the country. Photo: Rafael Hernandez/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2019053100604

  • 2019年05月25日
    Crisis in Venezuela - Malnutrition

    25 May 2019, Venezuela, Maracaibo: There‘s an eight-year-old kid lying on his bed. He lives with his mother, grandfather and three siblings. The family thinks they don‘t have enough money for food and medicines. “33 percent of children up to the age of 2 are chronically malnourished in poorer families,“ warns Marianella Herrera of the Bengoa Foundation. According to the Foundation, the consumption of tubers and pulses has increased in the South American country, while the consumption of cereals and meat has decreased. 27 percent of those interviewed by Bengoa in 2017 ate two meals or less a day. Venezuela is in a deep political and economic crisis. Due to a lack of foreign currency, food and medicines can hardly be imported. Less and less food is produced in the country and what is available is very expensive for a large part of the population. Photo: Rafael Hernandez/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2019053100754

  • 2019年05月25日
    Crisis in Venezuela - Malnutrition

    25 May 2019, Venezuela, Maracaibo: There‘s an eight-year-old kid lying on his bed. He lives with his mother, grandfather and three siblings. The family thinks they don‘t have enough money for food and medicines. “33 percent of children up to the age of 2 are chronically malnourished in poorer families,“ warns Marianella Herrera of the Bengoa Foundation. According to the Foundation, the consumption of tubers and pulses has increased in the South American country, while the consumption of cereals and meat has decreased. 27 percent of those interviewed by Bengoa in 2017 ate two meals or less a day. Venezuela is in a deep political and economic crisis. Due to a lack of foreign currency, food and medicines can hardly be imported. Less and less food is produced in the country and what is available is very expensive for a large part of the population. Photo: Rafael Hernandez/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2019053100826

  • 2019年05月25日
    Crisis in Venezuela - Malnutrition

    25 May 2019, Venezuela, Maracaibo: Miguel Blanco, who suffers from hydrocephalus and malnutrition, lies in his bed in the Altos del Milagro Norte district. The 28-year-old is not getting medical attention. According to the Bengoa Foundation, the consumption of tubers and legumes has increased, while the consumption of cereals and meat has decreased in the South American country. 27 percent of those interviewed by Bengoa in 2017 ate two or fewer times a day. Venezuela is in a deep political and economic crisis. Due to a lack of foreign currency, food and medicines can hardly be imported. Less and less food is produced in the country and what is available is very expensive for a large part of the population. According to the United Nations, at least 2.3 million people have left the country. Photo: Rafael Hernandez/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2019053100819

  • 2019年05月25日
    Crisis in Venezuela - Malnutrition

    25 May 2019, Venezuela, Maracaibo: Miguel Blanco, who suffers from hydrocephalus and malnutrition, lies in his bed in the Altos del Milagro Norte district. The 28-year-old is not getting medical attention. According to the Bengoa Foundation, the consumption of tubers and legumes has increased, while the consumption of cereals and meat has decreased in the South American country. 27 percent of those interviewed by Bengoa in 2017 ate two or fewer times a day. Venezuela is in a deep political and economic crisis. Due to a lack of foreign currency, food and medicines can hardly be imported. Less and less food is produced in the country and what is available is very expensive for a large part of the population. According to the United Nations, at least 2.3 million people have left the country. Photo: Rafael Hernandez/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2019053100758

  • 2019年08月04日
    ハンモックをつる人たち ガソリン不足、電気もない

    ベネズエラ・マラカイボ郊外で木陰にハンモックをつって暑さをしのぐ人たち=7月(共同)

    商品コード: 2019080400159

  • 2019年08月04日
    発電機の明かりで遊ぶ子ら ガソリン不足、電気もない

    自家発電機の明かりでサッカーをする子どもたち=7月、ベネズエラ・マラカイボ(共同)

    商品コード: 2019080400160

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    2019年08月04日
    停電で闇に沈んだ街 ガソリン不足、電気もない

    停電で闇に沈んだ街=7月、ベネズエラ・マラカイボ(共同)

    商品コード: 2019080400157

  • 2019年08月04日
    スタンドまで続く車列 ガソリン不足、電気もない

    ガソリンスタンド(奥)から道路沿いに続く給油の順番待ちの車列=7月、ベネズエラ・マラカイボ(共同)

    商品コード: 2019080400162

  • 2019年08月04日
    ガソリン不足、電気もない

    ベネズエラ・カラカス、マラカイボ

    商品コード: 2019080400182

  • 2019年08月04日
    ガソリン不足、電気もない

    ベネズエラ・カラカス、マラカイボ

    商品コード: 2019080400183

  • 2019年08月04日
    ガソリン不足、電気もない

    ベネズエラ・カラカス、マラカイボ

    商品コード: 2019080400184

  • 2019年08月04日
    ガソリン不足、電気もない

    ベネズエラ・カラカス、マラカイボ

    商品コード: 2019080400186

  • 2019年08月04日
    まきの火で食事を作る女性 ガソリン不足、電気もない

    まきで火をおこし食事を作るベルキス・ボンファンテさん=7月、ベネズエラ・マラカイボ(共同)

    商品コード: 2019080400191

  • 2020年05月28日
    Coronavirus - Venezuela

    28 May 2020, Venezuela, Maracaibo: A dog walks through the market “Las Pulgas“ during a disinfection campaign against the spread of the coronavirus by employees of the city. The market, which was considered a critical source of infection, was closed on 24 May. This was followed by protests from traders. The Venezuelan government has identified 1,245 Covid-19 infected people nationwide. According to official figures, eleven people are believed to have died of coronavirus. Photo: Maria Fernanda Munoz/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020053002659

  • 2020年05月28日
    Coronavirus - Venezuela

    28 May 2020, Venezuela, Maracaibo: Two men with face masks drive through the market “Las Pulgas“ and spray disinfectant against the spread of the corona virus. The market, which was considered a critical source of infection, was closed on 24 May. The Venezuelan government has identified 1,245 Covid-19 infected people nationwide. According to official sources, 11 people are believed to have died from Coronavirus. Photo: Maria Fernanda Munoz/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020053002620

  • 2020年05月28日
    Coronavirus - Venezuela

    28 May 2020, Venezuela, Maracaibo: A woman walks through the “Las Pulgas“ market, which was considered a critical source of infection in the midst of the Corona pandemic and was closed on 24 May. This led to protests by traders. The Venezuelan government has identified 1,245 Covid-19 infected people nationwide. According to official figures, eleven people are believed to have died of coronavirus. Photo: Maria Fernanda Munoz/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020053002745

  • 2020年05月28日
    Coronavirus - Venezuela

    28 May 2020, Venezuela, Maracaibo: Employees of the city carry out a disinfection campaign at the market “Las Pulgas“, after the place was considered a source of infection and was closed on 24 May. The Venezuelan government has identified 1,245 Covid-19 infected people nationwide. According to official figures, eleven people are believed to have died of coronavirus. Photo: Maria Fernanda Munoz/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020053002656

  • 2021年09月24日
    Venezuela‘s Troubled Waters

    October 4, 2021 - Venezuela - PICTURED: September 2, 2021 Algae Bloom: It was once a source of great abundance, particularly fossil fuels and fish, for the people of Venezuela. Now Lake Maracaibo is mostly abundant with pollution from leaking oil and excess nutrients. Spanning 5,000 square miles, Lake Maracaibo is one of South America‘s largest lakes and one of the oldest in the world. Though it was filled with freshwater thousands of year ago, Maracaibo is now an estuarine lake connected to the Gulf of Venezuela and the Caribbean Sea by a narrow strait. That strait was significantly expanded in the 1930-50s by dredging for ship traffic. Now the north end of the lake is brackish, while the south end is mostly fresh due to abundant flows from nearby rivers. In satellite images acquired in September 2021, Lake Maracaibo was swirling with shades of green, tan, and gray that traced the flow of currents and eddies. (Credit Image: © NASA Earth/ZUMA Press Wire Service/ZUMAPRESS.com)、クレジット:©NASA Earth/ZUMA Press W...

    商品コード: 2021100604354

  • 2021年09月28日
    Venezuela‘s Troubled Waters

    October 4, 2021 - Venezuela - PICTURED: September 10, 2021: It was once a source of great abundance, particularly fossil fuels and fish, for the people of Venezuela. Now Lake Maracaibo is mostly abundant with pollution from leaking oil and excess nutrients. Spanning 5,000 square miles, Lake Maracaibo is one of South America‘s largest lakes and one of the oldest in the world. Though it was filled with freshwater thousands of year ago, Maracaibo is now an estuarine lake connected to the Gulf of Venezuela and the Caribbean Sea by a narrow strait. That strait was significantly expanded in the 1930-50s by dredging for ship traffic. Now the north end of the lake is brackish, while the south end is mostly fresh due to abundant flows from nearby rivers. In satellite images acquired in September 2021, Lake Maracaibo was swirling with shades of green, tan, and gray that traced the flow of currents and eddies. (Credit Image: © NASA Earth/ZUMA Press Wire Service/ZUMAPRESS.com)、クレジット:©NASA Earth/ZUMA Press Wire Service...

    商品コード: 2021100604398

  • 2021年10月04日
    Venezuela‘s Troubled Waters

    October 4, 2021 - Venezuela - PICTURED: September 25, 2021 Algae Bloom: It was once a source of great abundance, particularly fossil fuels and fish, for the people of Venezuela. Now Lake Maracaibo is mostly abundant with pollution from leaking oil and excess nutrients. Spanning 5,000 square miles, Lake Maracaibo is one of South America‘s largest lakes and one of the oldest in the world. Though it was filled with freshwater thousands of year ago, Maracaibo is now an estuarine lake connected to the Gulf of Venezuela and the Caribbean Sea by a narrow strait. That strait was significantly expanded in the 1930-50s by dredging for ship traffic. Now the north end of the lake is brackish, while the south end is mostly fresh due to abundant flows from nearby rivers. In satellite images acquired in September 2021, Lake Maracaibo was swirling with shades of green, tan, and gray that traced the flow of currents and eddies. (Credit Image: © NASA Earth/ZUMA Press Wire Service/ZUMAPRESS.com)、クレジット:©NASA Earth/ZUMA Press ...

    商品コード: 2021100604291

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