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  • 2021年04月18日
    Commemoration of the Day of Liberation in Sachsenhausen

    18 April 2021, Brandenburg, Oranienburg: Heiko Maas (SPD), Federal Foreign Minister, stands next to the group of figures by Waldemar Grzimek with his head bowed in front of the Federal Government‘s wreath at the “Station Z“ memorial site at the Sachsenhausen Memorial as part of the Central Commemoration Ceremonies for Liberation Day. “Station Z“ was the name given by the SS to a building erected in early 1942 that was a crematorium and place of extermination. “Z“ as the last letter of the alphabet, cynically stood for the last station in the life of a prisoner. Photo: Soeren Stache/dpa-Zentralbild/POOL/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2021年04月18日
    Commemoration of the Day of Liberation in Sachsenhausen

    18 April 2021, Brandenburg, Oranienburg: Dik de Boef, Secretary General of the International Sachsenhausen Committee, speaks in front of the group of figures by sculptor Waldemar Grzimek at the “Station Z“ memorial in the Sachsenhausen Memorial as part of the central commemoration events for Liberation Day. “Station Z“ was the name given by the SS to a building erected in early 1942 that was a crematorium and place of extermination. “Z“ as the last letter of the alphabet, cynically stood for the last station in the life of a prisoner. Photo: Soeren Stache/dpa-Zentralbild/POOL/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2021年04月18日
    Commemoration of the Day of Liberation in Sachsenhausen

    18 April 2021, Brandenburg, Oranienburg: Heiko Maas (SPD), Federal Minister for Foreign Affairs, speaks in front of the group of figures by sculptor Waldemar Grzimek at the “Station Z“ memorial in the Sachsenhausen Memorial as part of the central commemoration events for Liberation Day. “Station Z“ was the name given by the SS to a building erected in early 1942 that was a crematorium and place of extermination. “Z“ as the last letter of the alphabet, cynically stood for the last station in the life of a prisoner. Photo: Soeren Stache/dpa-Zentralbild/POOL/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2021年04月18日
    Commemoration of the Day of Liberation in Sachsenhausen

    18 April 2021, Brandenburg, Oranienburg: Helpers place wreaths and flowers next to Waldemar Grzimek‘s group of figures at the “Station Z“ memorial site at the Sachsenhausen memorial as part of the central commemoration events for Liberation Day. “Station Z“ was the name given by the SS to a building erected in early 1942 that was a crematorium and extermination site. “Z“ as the last letter of the alphabet, cynically stood for the last station in the life of a prisoner. Photo: Soeren Stache/dpa-Zentralbild/POOL/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2021年04月18日
    Commemoration of the Day of Liberation in Sachsenhausen

    18 April 2021, Brandenburg, Oranienburg: Dik de Boef, Secretary General of the International Sachsenhausen Committee, speaks in front of the group of figures by sculptor Waldemar Grzimek at the “Station Z“ memorial in the Sachsenhausen Memorial as part of the central commemoration events for Liberation Day. “Station Z“ was the name given by the SS to a building erected in early 1942 that was a crematorium and place of extermination. “Z“ as the last letter of the alphabet, cynically stood for the last station in the life of a prisoner. Photo: Soeren Stache/dpa-Zentralbild/POOL/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2021年04月18日
    Commemoration of the Day of Liberation in Sachsenhausen

    18 April 2021, Brandenburg, Oranienburg: Ulrike Liedtke, President of the Brandenburg State Parliament, stands near Waldemar Grzimek‘s group of figures in front of the state government‘s wreath at the “Station Z“ memorial site at the Sachsenhausen Memorial as part of the central commemoration events for Liberation Day. “Station Z“ was the name given by the SS to a building erected in early 1942 that was a crematorium and place of extermination. “Z“ as the last letter of the alphabet, cynically stood for the last station in the life of a prisoner. Photo: Soeren Stache/dpa-Zentralbild/POOL/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2021年04月18日
    Commemoration of the Day of Liberation in Sachsenhausen

    18 April 2021, Brandenburg, Oranienburg: Dietmar Woidke (SPD), Minister-President of Brandenburg, speaks in front of the group of figures by sculptor Waldemar Grzimek at the “Station Z“ memorial in the Sachsenhausen Memorial as part of the central commemoration events for Liberation Day. “Station Z“ was the name given by the SS to a building erected in early 1942 that was a crematorium and place of extermination. “Z“ as the last letter of the alphabet, cynically stood for the last station in the life of a prisoner. Photo: Soeren Stache/dpa-Zentralbild/POOL/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2021年04月18日
    Commemoration of the Day of Liberation in Sachsenhausen

    18 April 2021, Brandenburg, Oranienburg: Rabbi Andreas Nachama speaks in front of the group of figures by sculptor Waldemar Grzimek at the “Station Z“ memorial in the Sachsenhausen Memorial as part of the central commemorative events on Liberation Day. “Station Z“ was the name given by the SS to a building erected in early 1942 that was a crematorium and place of extermination. “Z“ as the last letter of the alphabet, cynically stood for the last station in the life of a prisoner. Photo: Soeren Stache/dpa-Zentralbild/POOL/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2021年04月18日
    Commemoration of the Day of Liberation in Sachsenhausen

    18 April 2021, Brandenburg, Oranienburg: Ulrike Liedtke (l), President of the State Parliament, and Heiko Maas (r), both SPD), Federal Minister of Foreign Affairs, follow Rabbi Andreas Nachama‘s prayer at the “Station Z“ memorial in the Sachsenhausen Memorial as part of the Central Commemoration Ceremonies for Liberation Day. “Station Z“ was the name given by the SS to a building erected in early 1942 that was a crematorium and place of extermination. “Z“ as the last letter of the alphabet, cynically stood for the last station in the life of a prisoner. Photo: Soeren Stache/dpa-Zentralbild/POOL/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2021年04月18日
    Commemoration of the Day of Liberation in Sachsenhausen

    18 April 2021, Brandenburg, Oranienburg: Heiko Maas (SPD), Federal Minister for Foreign Affairs, arranges the ribbons of a Federal Government wreath at the “Station Z“ memorial site at the Sachsenhausen Memorial near Waldemar Grzimek‘s group of figures as part of the Central Commemoration Ceremonies for Liberation Day. “Station Z“ was the name given by the SS to a building erected in early 1942 that was a crematorium and place of extermination. “Z“ as the last letter of the alphabet, cynically stood for the last station in the life of a prisoner. Photo: Soeren Stache/dpa-Zentralbild/POOL/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2021年04月18日
    Commemoration of the Day of Liberation in Sachsenhausen

    18 April 2021, Brandenburg, Oranienburg: Dietmar Woidke (SPD), Minister-President of Brandenburg, speaks in front of the group of figures by sculptor Waldemar Grzimek at the “Station Z“ memorial in the Sachsenhausen Memorial as part of the central commemoration events for Liberation Day. “Station Z“ was the name given by the SS to a building erected in early 1942 that was a crematorium and place of extermination. “Z“ as the last letter of the alphabet, cynically stood for the last station in the life of a prisoner. Photo: Soeren Stache/dpa-Zentralbild/POOL/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2021年04月18日
    Commemoration of the Day of Liberation in Sachsenhausen

    18 April 2021, Brandenburg, Oranienburg: Dietmar Woidke (SPD), Minister-President of Brandenburg, speaks in front of the group of figures by sculptor Waldemar Grzimek at the “Station Z“ memorial in the Sachsenhausen Memorial as part of the central commemoration events for Liberation Day. “Station Z“ was the name given by the SS to a building erected in early 1942 that was a crematorium and place of extermination. “Z“ as the last letter of the alphabet, cynically stood for the last station in the life of a prisoner. Photo: Soeren Stache/dpa-Zentralbild/POOL/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2021年04月18日
    Commemoration of the Day of Liberation in Sachsenhausen

    18 April 2021, Brandenburg, Oranienburg: The “Station Z“ memorial site at the Sachsenhausen Memorial. Station Z“ was the name given by the SS to a building erected in early 1942 that was a crematorium and place of extermination. “Z“ as the last letter of the alphabet, cynically stood for the last station in the life of a prisoner. Photo: Soeren Stache/dpa-Zentralbild/POOL/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2021年04月18日
    Commemoration of the Day of Liberation in Sachsenhausen

    18 April 2021, Brandenburg, Oranienburg: Heiko Maas (l, SPD), Federal Minister of Foreign Affairs, Ulrike Liedtke, President of the Brandenburg State Parliament, and Axel Drecoll, Director of the Brandenburg Memorials Foundation, talk at the “Station Z“ memorial site at the Sachsenhausen Memorial as part of the central commemoration events for Liberation Day. “Station Z“ was the name given by the SS to a building erected in early 1942 that was a crematorium and place of extermination. “Z“ as the last letter of the alphabet, cynically stood for the last station in the life of a prisoner. Photo: Soeren Stache/dpa-Zentralbild/POOL/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2021年04月18日
    Commemoration of the Day of Liberation in Sachsenhausen

    18 April 2021, Brandenburg, Oranienburg: Heiko Maas (r, SPD), Federal Foreign Minister, and Dietmar Woidke (SPD), Minister-President of Brandenburg, talk at the “Station Z“ memorial at the Sachsenhausen memorial site as part of the central commemoration events for Liberation Day. “Station Z“ was the name given by the SS to a building erected in early 1942 that was a crematorium and place of extermination. “Z“ as the last letter of the alphabet, cynically stood for the last station in the life of a prisoner. Photo: Soeren Stache/dpa-Zentralbild/POOL/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2021年04月18日
    Commemoration of the Day of Liberation in Sachsenhausen

    18 April 2021, Brandenburg, Oranienburg: Dietmar Woidke (SPD), Minister President of Brandenburg, stands near Waldemar Grzimek‘s group of figures in front of the state government‘s wreath at the “Station Z“ memorial at the Sachsenhausen Memorial during the Central Commemoration Ceremony on Liberation Day. “Station Z“ was the name given by the SS to a building erected in early 1942 that was a crematorium and place of extermination. “Z“ as the last letter of the alphabet, cynically stood for the last station in the life of a prisoner. Photo: Soeren Stache/dpa-Zentralbild/POOL/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2021年04月18日
    Commemoration of the Day of Liberation in Sachsenhausen

    18 April 2021, Brandenburg, Oranienburg: Axel Drecoll, Director of the Brandenburg Memorials Foundation, speaks in front of the group of figures by sculptor Waldemar Grzimek at the “Station Z“ memorial in the Sachsenhausen Memorial as part of the central commemoration events on Liberation Day. “Station Z“ was the name given by the SS to a building erected in early 1942 that was a crematorium and place of extermination. “Z“ as the last letter of the alphabet, cynically stood for the last station in the life of a prisoner. Photo: Soeren Stache/dpa-Zentralbild/POOL/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2021年04月18日
    Commemoration of the Day of Liberation in Sachsenhausen

    18 April 2021, Brandenburg, Oranienburg: Dik de Boef, Secretary General of the International Sachsenhausen Committee, speaks in front of the group of figures by sculptor Waldemar Grzimek at the “Station Z“ memorial in the Sachsenhausen Memorial as part of the central commemoration events for Liberation Day. “Station Z“ was the name given by the SS to a building erected in early 1942 that was a crematorium and place of extermination. “Z“ as the last letter of the alphabet, cynically stood for the last station in the life of a prisoner. Photo: Soeren Stache/dpa-Zentralbild/POOL/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2021年04月18日
    Commemoration of the Day of Liberation in Sachsenhausen

    18 April 2021, Brandenburg, Oranienburg: Heiko Maas (SPD), Federal Minister for Foreign Affairs, speaks in front of the group of figures by sculptor Waldemar Grzimek at the “Station Z“ memorial in the Sachsenhausen Memorial as part of the central commemoration events for Liberation Day. “Station Z“ was the name given by the SS to a building erected in early 1942 that was a crematorium and place of extermination. “Z“ as the last letter of the alphabet, cynically stood for the last station in the life of a prisoner. Photo: Soeren Stache/dpa-Zentralbild/POOL/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2021年04月18日
    Commemoration of the Day of Liberation in Sachsenhausen

    18 April 2021, Brandenburg, Oranienburg: Dietmar Woidke (l, SPD), Minister President of Brandenburg, and Rabbi Andreas Nachama listen to a video recording of a speech by Klaus Reichmuth, survivor of Sachsenhausen concentration camp, at the “Station Z“ memorial site in the Sachsenhausen memorial as part of the central commemorative events on Liberation Day. The SS called “Station Z“ a building erected in early 1942 that was a crematorium and place of extermination. “Z“ as the last letter of the alphabet, cynically stood for the last station in the life of a prisoner. Photo: Soeren Stache/dpa-Zentralbild/POOL/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2021年04月18日
    Commemoration of the Day of Liberation in Sachsenhausen

    18 April 2021, Brandenburg, Oranienburg: Heiko Maas (SPD), Federal Minister for Foreign Affairs, speaks in front of the group of figures by sculptor Waldemar Grzimek at the “Station Z“ memorial in the Sachsenhausen Memorial as part of the central commemoration events for Liberation Day. “Station Z“ was the name given by the SS to a building erected in early 1942 that was a crematorium and place of extermination. “Z“ as the last letter of the alphabet, cynically stood for the last station in the life of a prisoner. Photo: Soeren Stache/dpa-Zentralbild/POOL/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2021年04月18日
    Commemoration of the Day of Liberation in Sachsenhausen

    18 April 2021, Brandenburg, Oranienburg: Wreaths and flowers from organizations and parties lie next to Waldemar Grzimek‘s group of figures at the “Station Z“ memorial site at the Sachsenhausen Memorial as part of the central commemoration events on Liberation Day. “Station Z“ was the name given by the SS to a building erected in early 1942 that was a crematorium and place of extermination. “Z“ as the last letter of the alphabet, cynically stood for the last station in the life of a prisoner. Photo: Soeren Stache/dpa-Zentralbild/POOL/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2021年04月18日
    Commemoration of the Day of Liberation in Sachsenhausen

    18 April 2021, Brandenburg, Oranienburg: Heiko Maas (SPD), Federal Minister for Foreign Affairs, arranges the ribbons of a Federal Government wreath at the “Station Z“ memorial site at the Sachsenhausen Memorial near Waldemar Grzimek‘s group of figures as part of the Central Commemoration Ceremonies for Liberation Day. “Station Z“ was the name given by the SS to a building erected in early 1942 that was a crematorium and place of extermination. “Z“ as the last letter of the alphabet, cynically stood for the last station in the life of a prisoner. Photo: Soeren Stache/dpa-Zentralbild/POOL/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2021年04月18日
    Commemoration of the Day of Liberation in Sachsenhausen

    18 April 2021, Brandenburg, Oranienburg: Wreaths and flowers from organizations and parties lie next to Waldemar Grzimek‘s group of figures at the “Station Z“ memorial site at the Sachsenhausen Memorial as part of the central commemoration events on Liberation Day. “Station Z“ was the name given by the SS to a building erected in early 1942 that was a crematorium and place of extermination. “Z“ as the last letter of the alphabet, cynically stood for the last station in the life of a prisoner. Photo: Soeren Stache/dpa-Zentralbild/POOL/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2021年04月18日
    Commemoration of the Day of Liberation in Sachsenhausen

    18 April 2021, Brandenburg, Oranienburg: Heiko Maas (SPD), Federal Minister for Foreign Affairs, speaks in front of the group of figures by sculptor Waldemar Grzimek at the “Station Z“ memorial in the Sachsenhausen Memorial as part of the central commemoration events for Liberation Day. “Station Z“ was the name given by the SS to a building erected in early 1942 that was a crematorium and place of extermination. “Z“ as the last letter of the alphabet, cynically stood for the last station in the life of a prisoner. Photo: Soeren Stache/dpa-Zentralbild/POOL/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2021年04月18日
    Commemoration of the Day of Liberation in Sachsenhausen

    dpatop - 18 April 2021, Brandenburg, Oranienburg: Dietmar Woidke (l, SPD), Minister President of Brandenburg, and Rabbi Andreas Nachama listen to a video recording of a speech by Klaus Reichmuth, survivor of Sachsenhausen concentration camp, at the “Station Z“ memorial site in the Sachsenhausen memorial as part of the central commemorative events on Liberation Day. The SS called “Station Z“ a building erected in early 1942 that was a crematorium and place of extermination. “Z“ as the last letter of the alphabet, cynically stood for the last station in the life of a prisoner. Photo: Soeren Stache/dpa-Zentralbild/POOL/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2021年04月18日
    Commemoration of the Day of Liberation in Sachsenhausen

    18 April 2021, Brandenburg, Oranienburg: Heiko Maas (SPD), Federal Minister of Foreign Affairs, and Ulrike Liedtke, President of the Brandenburg State Parliament, talk at the “Station Z“ memorial site at the Sachsenhausen Memorial as part of the central commemoration events for Liberation Day. “Station Z“ was the name given by the SS to a building erected in early 1942 that was a crematorium and place of extermination. “Z“ as the last letter of the alphabet, cynically stood for the last station in the life of a prisoner. Photo: Soeren Stache/dpa-Zentralbild/POOL/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2021年04月18日
    Commemoration of the Day of Liberation in Sachsenhausen

    18 April 2021, Brandenburg, Oranienburg: Axel Drecoll, Director of the Brandenburg Memorials Foundation, speaks in front of the group of figures by sculptor Waldemar Grzimek at the “Station Z“ memorial in the Sachsenhausen Memorial as part of the central commemoration events on Liberation Day. “Station Z“ was the name given by the SS to a building erected in early 1942 that was a crematorium and place of extermination. “Z“ as the last letter of the alphabet, cynically stood for the last station in the life of a prisoner. Photo: Soeren Stache/dpa-Zentralbild/POOL/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2021年04月17日
    Weekend lockdown in Delhi, India - 17 Apr 2021

    April 17, 2021, Delhi, India: Deserted view of Connaught Place..As a weekend lockdown is in effect, only those catering to essential services are allowed to commute as directed by the Delhi state government to curb the spread of the Covid-19 coronavirus infections. (Credit Image: © Amarjeet Kumar Singh/SOPA Images via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Amarjeet Kumar Singh/SOPA Images via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2021年04月17日
    Weekend lockdown in Delhi, India - 17 Apr 2021

    April 17, 2021, Delhi, India: Deserted view of Connaught Place..As a weekend lockdown is in effect, only those catering to essential services are allowed to commute as directed by the Delhi state government to curb the spread of the Covid-19 coronavirus infections. (Credit Image: © Amarjeet Kumar Singh/SOPA Images via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Amarjeet Kumar Singh/SOPA Images via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2021年04月16日
    India: Weekend Curfew amid COVID Pandemic in Rajasthan

    April 16, 2021, Beawar, Rajasthan, India: View of closed shops at a market area during weekend curfew imposed by state government, amid surge in coronavirus cases across the country, in Beawar. (Credit Image: © Sumit Saraswat/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Sumit Saraswat/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2021年04月16日
    India: Weekend Curfew amid COVID Pandemic in Rajasthan

    April 16, 2021, Beawar, Rajasthan, India: Street vendor walk through in front of closed shops at a market area during weekend curfew imposed by state government, amid surge in coronavirus cases across the country, in Beawar. (Credit Image: © Sumit Saraswat/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Sumit Saraswat/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2021年04月16日
    India: Weekend Curfew amid COVID Pandemic in Rajasthan

    April 16, 2021, Beawar, Rajasthan, India: A market wears deserted look during weekend curfew imposed by state government, amid surge in coronavirus cases across the country, in Beawar. (Credit Image: © Sumit Saraswat/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Sumit Saraswat/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2021年04月16日
    India: Weekend Curfew amid COVID Pandemic in Rajasthan

    April 16, 2021, Beawar, Rajasthan, India: View of closed shops at a market area during weekend curfew imposed by state government, amid surge in coronavirus cases across the country, in Beawar. (Credit Image: © Sumit Saraswat/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Sumit Saraswat/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2021年04月16日
    India: Weekend Curfew amid COVID Pandemic in Rajasthan

    April 16, 2021, Beawar, Rajasthan, India: A view of deserted market during weekend curfew imposed by state government, amid surge in coronavirus cases across the country, in Beawar. (Credit Image: © Sumit Saraswat/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Sumit Saraswat/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2021年04月16日
    India: Weekend Curfew amid COVID Pandemic in Rajasthan

    April 16, 2021, Beawar, Rajasthan, India: A view of deserted market during weekend curfew imposed by state government, amid surge in coronavirus cases across the country, in Beawar. (Credit Image: © Sumit Saraswat/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Sumit Saraswat/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2021年04月16日
    India: Weekend Curfew amid COVID Pandemic in Rajasthan

    April 16, 2021, Beawar, Rajasthan, India: A market wears deserted look during weekend curfew imposed by state government, amid surge in coronavirus cases across the country, in Beawar. (Credit Image: © Sumit Saraswat/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Sumit Saraswat/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2021年04月16日
    India: Weekend Curfew amid COVID Pandemic in Rajasthan

    April 16, 2021, Beawar, Rajasthan, India: Police personnel patrol at a market area during weekend curfew imposed by state government, amid surge in coronavirus cases across the country, in Beawar. (Credit Image: © Sumit Saraswat/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Sumit Saraswat/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2021年04月16日
    India: Weekend Curfew amid COVID Pandemic in Rajasthan

    April 16, 2021, Beawar, Rajasthan, India: A woman walk through in front of closed shops at a market area during weekend curfew imposed by state government, amid surge in coronavirus cases across the country, in Beawar. (Credit Image: © Sumit Saraswat/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Sumit Saraswat/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2021年04月16日
    India: Weekend Curfew amid COVID Pandemic in Rajasthan

    April 16, 2021, Beawar, Rajasthan, India: A market wears deserted look during weekend curfew imposed by state government, amid surge in coronavirus cases across the country, in Beawar. (Credit Image: © Sumit Saraswat/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Sumit Saraswat/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2021年04月16日
    India: Weekend Curfew amid COVID Pandemic in Rajasthan

    April 16, 2021, Beawar, Rajasthan, India: View of closed shops at a market area during weekend curfew imposed by state government, amid surge in coronavirus cases across the country, in Beawar. (Credit Image: © Sumit Saraswat/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Sumit Saraswat/Pacific Press via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2021年04月15日
    Pyramid building in the 21st century

    15 April 2021, Brandenburg, Branitz: Employees of the Fürst-Pückler-Museum Park and Branitz Castle Foundation work on the steps of the historic land pyramid in Branitz Park in Cottbus (aerial photograph taken with a drone). The land pyramid in Branitz Park is currently holding back its historic earth steps on all four sides. With this challenging work, the park gardeners are creating a very special gift contribution to this year‘s 175th anniversary of the Branitz park landscape from their own resources. At the end of April 2021, the work consisting of earth modelling and laying of rolled turf is to be completely finished. The land pyramid as one of the landmarks of the Pyramid Plain was intended by Prince Pückler as a burial place for his divorced wife and partner Lucie. Photo: Patrick Pleul/dpa-Zentralbild/ZB、クレジット:ZB/DPA/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2021年04月15日
    Pyramid building in the 21st century

    15 April 2021, Brandenburg, Branitz: Employees of the Fürst-Pückler-Museum Park and Branitz Castle Foundation work on the steps of the historic land pyramid in Branitz Park in Cottbus (aerial photograph taken with a drone). The land pyramid in Branitz Park is currently holding back its historic earth steps on all four sides. With this challenging work, the park gardeners are creating a very special gift contribution to this year‘s 175th anniversary of the Branitz park landscape from their own resources. At the end of April 2021, the work consisting of earth modelling and laying of rolled turf is to be completely finished. The land pyramid as one of the landmarks of the Pyramid Plain was intended by Prince Pückler as a burial place for his divorced wife and partner Lucie. Photo: Patrick Pleul/dpa-Zentralbild/ZB、クレジット:ZB/DPA/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2021年04月15日
    Pyramid building in the 21st century

    15 April 2021, Brandenburg, Branitz: Employees of the Fürst-Pückler-Museum Park and Branitz Castle Foundation work on the steps of the historic land pyramid in Branitz Park in Cottbus (aerial photograph taken with a drone). The land pyramid in Branitz Park is currently holding back its historic earth steps on all four sides. With this challenging work, the park gardeners are creating a very special gift contribution to this year‘s 175th anniversary of the Branitz park landscape from their own resources. At the end of April 2021, the work consisting of earth modelling and laying of rolled turf is to be completely finished. The land pyramid as one of the landmarks of the Pyramid Plain was intended by Prince Pückler as a burial place for his divorced wife and partner Lucie. Photo: Patrick Pleul/dpa-Zentralbild/ZB、クレジット:ZB/DPA/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2021年04月15日
    Pyramid building in the 21st century

    15 April 2021, Brandenburg, Branitz: Employees of the Fürst-Pückler-Museum Park and Branitz Castle Foundation working on the steps of the historic land pyramid in Branitz Park in Cottbus (aerial photograph taken with a drone). The lake pyramid can be seen in the background. The land pyramid in Branitz Park is currently retaining its historic earth steps on all four sides. With this challenging work, the park gardeners are creating a very special gift contribution to this year‘s 175th anniversary of the Branitz park landscape from the foundation‘s own forces. At the end of April 2021, the work consisting of earth modelling and laying of rolled turf is to be completely finished. The land pyramid as one of the landmarks of the Pyramid Plain was intended by Prince Pückler as a burial place for his divorced wife and partner Lucie. Photo: Patrick Pleul/dpa-Zentralbild/ZB、クレジット:ZB/DPA/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2021年04月15日
    Pyramid building in the 21st century

    15 April 2021, Brandenburg, Branitz: Andreas Scheppan (l) employee of the Foundation Prince Pückler Museum Park and Castle Branitz and Frank Weber, Federal Volunteer Service, work on the steps of the historic land pyramid in Branitz Park in Cottbus. The land pyramid in Branitz Park is currently holding back its historic earth steps on all four sides. With this challenging work, the park gardeners are creating a very special gift contribution to this year‘s 175th anniversary of the Branitz park landscape from their own resources. At the end of April 2021, the work consisting of earth modelling and laying of rolled turf is to be completely finished. The land pyramid as one of the landmarks of the Pyramid Plain was intended by Prince Pückler as a burial place for his divorced wife and partner Lucie. Photo: Patrick Pleul/dpa-Zentralbild/ZB、クレジット:ZB/DPA/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2021年04月15日
    Pyramid building in the 21st century

    15 April 2021, Brandenburg, Branitz: Andreas Scheppan (l) employee of the Foundation Prince Pückler Museum Park and Castle Branitz and Frank Weber, Federal Volunteer Service, work on the steps of the historic land pyramid in Branitz Park in Cottbus. The lake pyramid can be seen in the background. The land pyramid in Branitz Park is currently holding back its historic earth steps on all four sides. With this challenging work, the park gardeners are creating a very special gift contribution to this year‘s 175th anniversary of the Branitz park landscape from their own resources. At the end of April 2021, the work consisting of earth modelling and laying of rolled turf is to be completely finished. The land pyramid as one of the landmarks of the Pyramid Plain was intended by Prince Pückler as a burial place for his divorced wife and partner Lucie. Photo: Patrick Pleul/dpa-Zentralbild/ZB、クレジット:ZB/DPA/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2021年04月15日
    Pyramid building in the 21st century

    15 April 2021, Brandenburg, Branitz: Employees of the Fürst-Pückler-Museum Park and Branitz Castle Foundation work on the steps of the historic land pyramid in Branitz Park in Cottbus (aerial photograph taken with a drone). The land pyramid in Branitz Park is currently holding back its historic earth steps on all four sides. With this challenging work, the park gardeners are creating a very special gift contribution to this year‘s 175th anniversary of the Branitz park landscape from their own resources. At the end of April 2021, the work consisting of earth modelling and laying of rolled turf is to be completely finished. The land pyramid as one of the landmarks of the Pyramid Plain was intended by Prince Pückler as a burial place for his divorced wife and partner Lucie. Photo: Patrick Pleul/dpa-Zentralbild/ZB、クレジット:ZB/DPA/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2021年04月15日
    Pyramid building in the 21st century

    15 April 2021, Brandenburg, Branitz: Employees of the Fürst-Pückler-Museum Park and Branitz Castle Foundation working on the steps of the historic land pyramid in Branitz Park in Cottbus (aerial photograph taken with a drone). The lake pyramid can be seen in the background. The land pyramid in Branitz Park is currently retaining its historic earth steps on all four sides. With this challenging work, the park gardeners are creating a very special gift contribution to this year‘s 175th anniversary of the Branitz park landscape from the foundation‘s own forces. At the end of April 2021, the work consisting of earth modelling and laying of rolled turf is to be completely finished. The land pyramid as one of the landmarks of the Pyramid Plain was intended by Prince Pückler as a burial place for his divorced wife and partner Lucie. Photo: Patrick Pleul/dpa-Zentralbild/ZB、クレジット:ZB/DPA/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2021年04月08日
    2 years after the fire of Notre-Dame de Paris

    April 8, 2021, Paris 1st district (1st arrondis, Ile-de-France (region, France: Two years ago, Notre-Dame de Paris almost disappeared. Since then, the colossal work of restoration has begun and everything must be finished, in three years, on April 16, 2024. (Credit Image: © Sadak Souici/Le Pictorium Agency via ZUMA Press)、クレジット:©Sadak Souici/Le Pictorium Agency via ZUMA Press/共同通信イメージズ ※Belgium and France Rights OUT

  • 2021年04月08日
    2 years after the fire of Notre-Dame de Paris

    April 8, 2021, Paris 1st district (1st arrondis, Ile-de-France (region, France: Two years ago, Notre-Dame de Paris almost disappeared. Since then, the colossal work of restoration has begun and everything must be finished, in three years, on April 16, 2024. (Credit Image: © Sadak Souici/Le Pictorium Agency via ZUMA Press)、クレジット:©Sadak Souici/Le Pictorium Agency via ZUMA Press/共同通信イメージズ ※Belgium and France Rights OUT

  • 2021年04月08日
    2 years after the fire of Notre-Dame de Paris

    April 8, 2021, Paris 1st district (1st arrondis, Ile-de-France (region, France: Two years ago, Notre-Dame de Paris almost disappeared. Since then, the colossal work of restoration has begun and everything must be finished, in three years, on April 16, 2024. (Credit Image: © Sadak Souici/Le Pictorium Agency via ZUMA Press)、クレジット:©Sadak Souici/Le Pictorium Agency via ZUMA Press/共同通信イメージズ ※Belgium and France Rights OUT

  • 2021年04月08日
    2 years after the fire of Notre-Dame de Paris

    April 8, 2021, Paris 1st district (1st arrondis, Ile-de-France (region, France: Two years ago, Notre-Dame de Paris almost disappeared. Since then, the colossal work of restoration has begun and everything must be finished, in three years, on April 16, 2024. (Credit Image: © Sadak Souici/Le Pictorium Agency via ZUMA Press)、クレジット:©Sadak Souici/Le Pictorium Agency via ZUMA Press/共同通信イメージズ ※Belgium and France Rights OUT

  • 2021年04月08日
    2 years after the fire of Notre-Dame de Paris

    April 8, 2021, Paris 1st district (1st arrondis, Ile-de-France (region, France: Two years ago, Notre-Dame de Paris almost disappeared. Since then, the colossal work of restoration has begun and everything must be finished, in three years, on April 16, 2024. (Credit Image: © Sadak Souici/Le Pictorium Agency via ZUMA Press)、クレジット:©Sadak Souici/Le Pictorium Agency via ZUMA Press/共同通信イメージズ ※Belgium and France Rights OUT

  • 2021年04月08日
    2 years after the fire of Notre-Dame de Paris

    April 8, 2021, Paris 1st district (1st arrondis, Ile-de-France (region, France: Two years ago, Notre-Dame de Paris almost disappeared. Since then, the colossal work of restoration has begun and everything must be finished, in three years, on April 16, 2024. (Credit Image: © Sadak Souici/Le Pictorium Agency via ZUMA Press)、クレジット:©Sadak Souici/Le Pictorium Agency via ZUMA Press/共同通信イメージズ ※Belgium and France Rights OUT

  • 2021年04月08日
    2 years after the fire of Notre-Dame de Paris

    April 8, 2021, Paris 1st district (1st arrondis, Ile-de-France (region, France: Two years ago, Notre-Dame de Paris almost disappeared. Since then, the colossal work of restoration has begun and everything must be finished, in three years, on April 16, 2024. (Credit Image: © Sadak Souici/Le Pictorium Agency via ZUMA Press)、クレジット:©Sadak Souici/Le Pictorium Agency via ZUMA Press/共同通信イメージズ ※Belgium and France Rights OUT

  • 2021年04月08日
    2 years after the fire of Notre-Dame de Paris

    April 8, 2021, Paris 1st district (1st arrondis, Ile-de-France (region, France: Two years ago, Notre-Dame de Paris almost disappeared. Since then, the colossal work of restoration has begun and everything must be finished, in three years, on April 16, 2024. (Credit Image: © Sadak Souici/Le Pictorium Agency via ZUMA Press)、クレジット:©Sadak Souici/Le Pictorium Agency via ZUMA Press/共同通信イメージズ ※Belgium and France Rights OUT

  • 2021年04月08日
    2 years after the fire of Notre-Dame de Paris

    April 8, 2021, Paris 1st district (1st arrondis, Ile-de-France (region, France: Two years ago, Notre-Dame de Paris almost disappeared. Since then, the colossal work of restoration has begun and everything must be finished, in three years, on April 16, 2024. (Credit Image: © Sadak Souici/Le Pictorium Agency via ZUMA Press)、クレジット:©Sadak Souici/Le Pictorium Agency via ZUMA Press/共同通信イメージズ ※Belgium and France Rights OUT

  • 2021年04月08日
    2 years after the fire of Notre-Dame de Paris

    April 8, 2021, Paris 1st district (1st arrondis, Ile-de-France (region, France: Two years ago, Notre-Dame de Paris almost disappeared. Since then, the colossal work of restoration has begun and everything must be finished, in three years, on April 16, 2024. (Credit Image: © Sadak Souici/Le Pictorium Agency via ZUMA Press)、クレジット:©Sadak Souici/Le Pictorium Agency via ZUMA Press/共同通信イメージズ ※Belgium and France Rights OUT

  • 2021年04月08日
    2 years after the fire of Notre-Dame de Paris

    April 8, 2021, Paris 1st district (1st arrondis, Ile-de-France (region, France: Two years ago, Notre-Dame de Paris almost disappeared. Since then, the colossal work of restoration has begun and everything must be finished, in three years, on April 16, 2024. (Credit Image: © Sadak Souici/Le Pictorium Agency via ZUMA Press)、クレジット:©Sadak Souici/Le Pictorium Agency via ZUMA Press/共同通信イメージズ ※Belgium and France Rights OUT

  • 2021年04月08日
    Reconstruction Site of Notre-Dame in Paris

    April 8, 2021, Paris, France: Two years ago, Notre-Dame de Paris almost disappeared. Since then, the colossal work of restoration has begun and everything must be finished, in three years, on April 16, 2024. (Credit Image: © Sadak Souici/Le Pictorium Agency via ZUMA Press)、クレジット:©Sadak Souici/Le Pictorium Agency via ZUMA Press/共同通信イメージズ ※Belgium and France Rights OUT

  • 2021年04月08日
    Tit in front of tree hollow

    08 April 2021, Bavaria, Munich: A titmouse with building material in its beak hangs in front of its tree hollow in Westpark. Tree hollows are the preferred nesting place of this titmouse species. Photo: Peter Kneffel/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2021年04月07日
    World News - April 7, 2021

    April 7, 2021, Bangkok, Thailand: A cross is seen on the top of the Saphan Luang Chinese Church on a cloudy day in Bangkok. (Credit Image: © Peerapon Boonyakiat/SOPA Images via ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Peerapon Boonyakiat/SOPA Images via ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

  • 2021年04月07日
    Vivian Suter Tamanrasset

    April 6, 2021, Palm Springs, California, USA: Tamanrasset is an installation of large-scale paintings and light inspired by the Coachella Valley landscape.Due to travel restrictions, Viviann Suter was unable to conduct a site visitto the desert and instead explored the ways the region exists in pictures. Using colors to create moods, shapes to reference natural formations and landmarks, and exposing the canvases to the elements to generate textures, her paintings speak to the embodied and emotional dimensions of the desert landscape--to the ways deserts provoke personal associations and trigger memories that are not always resolved. Situated inside a modernist building, Suter‘s installation reminds us that the desert is not only a place but also a condition that shapes the lives of many peoples around the world..The Desert X 2021 exhibition explores the desert as both a place and idea, acknowledging the realities of people who reside here and the political, social, and cultural contexts that shape our sto...

  • 2021年04月07日
    Vivian Suter Tamanrasset

    April 6, 2021, Palm Springs, California, USA: Tamanrasset is an installation of large-scale paintings and light inspired by the Coachella Valley landscape.Due to travel restrictions, Viviann Suter was unable to conduct a site visitto the desert and instead explored the ways the region exists in pictures. Using colors to create moods, shapes to reference natural formations and landmarks, and exposing the canvases to the elements to generate textures, her paintings speak to the embodied and emotional dimensions of the desert landscape--to the ways deserts provoke personal associations and trigger memories that are not always resolved. Situated inside a modernist building, Suter‘s installation reminds us that the desert is not only a place but also a condition that shapes the lives of many peoples around the world..The Desert X 2021 exhibition explores the desert as both a place and idea, acknowledging the realities of people who reside here and the political, social, and cultural contexts that shape our sto...

  • 2021年04月07日
    Vivian Suter Tamanrasset

    April 6, 2021, Palm Springs, California, USA: Tamanrasset is an installation of large-scale paintings and light inspired by the Coachella Valley landscape.Due to travel restrictions, Viviann Suter was unable to conduct a site visitto the desert and instead explored the ways the region exists in pictures. Using colors to create moods, shapes to reference natural formations and landmarks, and exposing the canvases to the elements to generate textures, her paintings speak to the embodied and emotional dimensions of the desert landscape--to the ways deserts provoke personal associations and trigger memories that are not always resolved. Situated inside a modernist building, Suter‘s installation reminds us that the desert is not only a place but also a condition that shapes the lives of many peoples around the world..The Desert X 2021 exhibition explores the desert as both a place and idea, acknowledging the realities of people who reside here and the political, social, and cultural contexts that shape our sto...

  • 2021年04月07日
    Vivian Suter Tamanrasset

    April 6, 2021, Palm Springs, California, USA: Tamanrasset is an installation of large-scale paintings and light inspired by the Coachella Valley landscape.Due to travel restrictions, Viviann Suter was unable to conduct a site visitto the desert and instead explored the ways the region exists in pictures. Using colors to create moods, shapes to reference natural formations and landmarks, and exposing the canvases to the elements to generate textures, her paintings speak to the embodied and emotional dimensions of the desert landscape--to the ways deserts provoke personal associations and trigger memories that are not always resolved. Situated inside a modernist building, Suter‘s installation reminds us that the desert is not only a place but also a condition that shapes the lives of many peoples around the world..The Desert X 2021 exhibition explores the desert as both a place and idea, acknowledging the realities of people who reside here and the political, social, and cultural contexts that shape our sto...

  • 2021年04月07日
    Vivian Suter Tamanrasset

    April 6, 2021, Palm Springs, California, USA: Tamanrasset is an installation of large-scale paintings and light inspired by the Coachella Valley landscape.Due to travel restrictions, Viviann Suter was unable to conduct a site visitto the desert and instead explored the ways the region exists in pictures. Using colors to create moods, shapes to reference natural formations and landmarks, and exposing the canvases to the elements to generate textures, her paintings speak to the embodied and emotional dimensions of the desert landscape--to the ways deserts provoke personal associations and trigger memories that are not always resolved. Situated inside a modernist building, Suter‘s installation reminds us that the desert is not only a place but also a condition that shapes the lives of many peoples around the world..The Desert X 2021 exhibition explores the desert as both a place and idea, acknowledging the realities of people who reside here and the political, social, and cultural contexts that shape our sto...

  • 2021年04月07日
    Vivian Suter Tamanrasset

    April 6, 2021, Palm Springs, California, USA: Tamanrasset is an installation of large-scale paintings and light inspired by the Coachella Valley landscape.Due to travel restrictions, Viviann Suter was unable to conduct a site visitto the desert and instead explored the ways the region exists in pictures. Using colors to create moods, shapes to reference natural formations and landmarks, and exposing the canvases to the elements to generate textures, her paintings speak to the embodied and emotional dimensions of the desert landscape--to the ways deserts provoke personal associations and trigger memories that are not always resolved. Situated inside a modernist building, Suter‘s installation reminds us that the desert is not only a place but also a condition that shapes the lives of many peoples around the world..The Desert X 2021 exhibition explores the desert as both a place and idea, acknowledging the realities of people who reside here and the political, social, and cultural contexts that shape our sto...

  • 2021年04月07日
    Vivian Suter Tamanrasset

    April 6, 2021, Palm Springs, California, USA: Tamanrasset is an installation of large-scale paintings and light inspired by the Coachella Valley landscape.Due to travel restrictions, Viviann Suter was unable to conduct a site visitto the desert and instead explored the ways the region exists in pictures. Using colors to create moods, shapes to reference natural formations and landmarks, and exposing the canvases to the elements to generate textures, her paintings speak to the embodied and emotional dimensions of the desert landscape--to the ways deserts provoke personal associations and trigger memories that are not always resolved. Situated inside a modernist building, Suter‘s installation reminds us that the desert is not only a place but also a condition that shapes the lives of many peoples around the world..The Desert X 2021 exhibition explores the desert as both a place and idea, acknowledging the realities of people who reside here and the political, social, and cultural contexts that shape our sto...

  • 2021年04月07日
    L214 Reveals Images Of A Chicken Farm Wants To Expand - Pas-De-Calais L214 Reveals Images Of A Chicken Farm Wants To Expand - Pas-De-Calais

    Handout - The animal rights group L214 released footage on Tuesday evening of a chicken farm in the Pas-de-Calais region of France that wants to triple its size, showing animals crammed together and in poor condition, hoping to block the expansion, which is considered ‘insane‘. The images, filmed in March by the association, show dead chickens lying among live animals, animals limping badly and chickens whose bodies seem disproportionately large compared to their heads. The farm, which has been producing broilers since 1998 in Pihem, near Saint-Omer, wants to triple its surface area. L214 denounces this possible extension as ‘a disproportionate project, an ordeal for the animals, and an economic aberration‘. According to the public enquiry, which took place from 4 January to 2 February, the farm ‘is currently registered for 20,500 animal-equivalents, raised in a building of 1,020 m2‘. =2021(令和3)年4月7日、クレジット:ABACA/共同通信イメージズ

    撮影: 2021

  • 2021年04月07日
    L214 Reveals Images Of A Chicken Farm Wants To Expand - Pas-De-Calais L214 Reveals Images Of A Chicken Farm Wants To Expand - Pas-De-Calais

    Handout - The animal rights group L214 released footage on Tuesday evening of a chicken farm in the Pas-de-Calais region of France that wants to triple its size, showing animals crammed together and in poor condition, hoping to block the expansion, which is considered ‘insane‘. The images, filmed in March by the association, show dead chickens lying among live animals, animals limping badly and chickens whose bodies seem disproportionately large compared to their heads. The farm, which has been producing broilers since 1998 in Pihem, near Saint-Omer, wants to triple its surface area. L214 denounces this possible extension as ‘a disproportionate project, an ordeal for the animals, and an economic aberration‘. According to the public enquiry, which took place from 4 January to 2 February, the farm ‘is currently registered for 20,500 animal-equivalents, raised in a building of 1,020 m2‘. =2021(令和3)年4月7日、クレジット:ABACA/共同通信イメージズ

    撮影: 2021

  • 2021年04月07日
    L214 Reveals Images Of A Chicken Farm Wants To Expand - Pas-De-Calais L214 Reveals Images Of A Chicken Farm Wants To Expand - Pas-De-Calais

    Handout - The animal rights group L214 released footage on Tuesday evening of a chicken farm in the Pas-de-Calais region of France that wants to triple its size, showing animals crammed together and in poor condition, hoping to block the expansion, which is considered ‘insane‘. The images, filmed in March by the association, show dead chickens lying among live animals, animals limping badly and chickens whose bodies seem disproportionately large compared to their heads. The farm, which has been producing broilers since 1998 in Pihem, near Saint-Omer, wants to triple its surface area. L214 denounces this possible extension as ‘a disproportionate project, an ordeal for the animals, and an economic aberration‘. According to the public enquiry, which took place from 4 January to 2 February, the farm ‘is currently registered for 20,500 animal-equivalents, raised in a building of 1,020 m2‘. =2021(令和3)年4月7日、クレジット:ABACA/共同通信イメージズ

    撮影: 2021

  • 2021年04月07日
    L214 Reveals Images Of A Chicken Farm Wants To Expand - Pas-De-Calais L214 Reveals Images Of A Chicken Farm Wants To Expand - Pas-De-Calais

    Handout - The animal rights group L214 released footage on Tuesday evening of a chicken farm in the Pas-de-Calais region of France that wants to triple its size, showing animals crammed together and in poor condition, hoping to block the expansion, which is considered ‘insane‘. The images, filmed in March by the association, show dead chickens lying among live animals, animals limping badly and chickens whose bodies seem disproportionately large compared to their heads. The farm, which has been producing broilers since 1998 in Pihem, near Saint-Omer, wants to triple its surface area. L214 denounces this possible extension as ‘a disproportionate project, an ordeal for the animals, and an economic aberration‘. According to the public enquiry, which took place from 4 January to 2 February, the farm ‘is currently registered for 20,500 animal-equivalents, raised in a building of 1,020 m2‘. =2021(令和3)年4月7日、クレジット:ABACA/共同通信イメージズ

    撮影: 2021

  • 2021年04月07日
    L214 Reveals Images Of A Chicken Farm Wants To Expand - Pas-De-Calais L214 Reveals Images Of A Chicken Farm Wants To Expand - Pas-De-Calais

    Handout - The animal rights group L214 released footage on Tuesday evening of a chicken farm in the Pas-de-Calais region of France that wants to triple its size, showing animals crammed together and in poor condition, hoping to block the expansion, which is considered ‘insane‘. The images, filmed in March by the association, show dead chickens lying among live animals, animals limping badly and chickens whose bodies seem disproportionately large compared to their heads. The farm, which has been producing broilers since 1998 in Pihem, near Saint-Omer, wants to triple its surface area. L214 denounces this possible extension as ‘a disproportionate project, an ordeal for the animals, and an economic aberration‘. According to the public enquiry, which took place from 4 January to 2 February, the farm ‘is currently registered for 20,500 animal-equivalents, raised in a building of 1,020 m2‘. =2021(令和3)年4月7日、クレジット:ABACA/共同通信イメージズ

    撮影: 2021

  • 2021年04月07日
    L214 Reveals Images Of A Chicken Farm Wants To Expand - Pas-De-Calais L214 Reveals Images Of A Chicken Farm Wants To Expand - Pas-De-Calais

    Handout - The animal rights group L214 released footage on Tuesday evening of a chicken farm in the Pas-de-Calais region of France that wants to triple its size, showing animals crammed together and in poor condition, hoping to block the expansion, which is considered ‘insane‘. The images, filmed in March by the association, show dead chickens lying among live animals, animals limping badly and chickens whose bodies seem disproportionately large compared to their heads. The farm, which has been producing broilers since 1998 in Pihem, near Saint-Omer, wants to triple its surface area. L214 denounces this possible extension as ‘a disproportionate project, an ordeal for the animals, and an economic aberration‘. According to the public enquiry, which took place from 4 January to 2 February, the farm ‘is currently registered for 20,500 animal-equivalents, raised in a building of 1,020 m2‘. =2021(令和3)年4月7日、クレジット:ABACA/共同通信イメージズ

    撮影: 2021

  • 2021年04月07日
    L214 Reveals Images Of A Chicken Farm Wants To Expand - Pas-De-Calais L214 Reveals Images Of A Chicken Farm Wants To Expand - Pas-De-Calais

    Handout - The animal rights group L214 released footage on Tuesday evening of a chicken farm in the Pas-de-Calais region of France that wants to triple its size, showing animals crammed together and in poor condition, hoping to block the expansion, which is considered ‘insane‘. The images, filmed in March by the association, show dead chickens lying among live animals, animals limping badly and chickens whose bodies seem disproportionately large compared to their heads. The farm, which has been producing broilers since 1998 in Pihem, near Saint-Omer, wants to triple its surface area. L214 denounces this possible extension as ‘a disproportionate project, an ordeal for the animals, and an economic aberration‘. According to the public enquiry, which took place from 4 January to 2 February, the farm ‘is currently registered for 20,500 animal-equivalents, raised in a building of 1,020 m2‘. =2021(令和3)年4月7日、クレジット:ABACA/共同通信イメージズ

    撮影: 2021

  • 2021年04月07日
    L214 Reveals Images Of A Chicken Farm Wants To Expand - Pas-De-Calais L214 Reveals Images Of A Chicken Farm Wants To Expand - Pas-De-Calais

    Handout - The animal rights group L214 released footage on Tuesday evening of a chicken farm in the Pas-de-Calais region of France that wants to triple its size, showing animals crammed together and in poor condition, hoping to block the expansion, which is considered ‘insane‘. The images, filmed in March by the association, show dead chickens lying among live animals, animals limping badly and chickens whose bodies seem disproportionately large compared to their heads. The farm, which has been producing broilers since 1998 in Pihem, near Saint-Omer, wants to triple its surface area. L214 denounces this possible extension as ‘a disproportionate project, an ordeal for the animals, and an economic aberration‘. According to the public enquiry, which took place from 4 January to 2 February, the farm ‘is currently registered for 20,500 animal-equivalents, raised in a building of 1,020 m2‘. =2021(令和3)年4月7日、クレジット:ABACA/共同通信イメージズ

    撮影: 2021

  • 2021年04月07日
    L214 Reveals Images Of A Chicken Farm Wants To Expand - Pas-De-Calais L214 Reveals Images Of A Chicken Farm Wants To Expand - Pas-De-Calais

    Handout - The animal rights group L214 released footage on Tuesday evening of a chicken farm in the Pas-de-Calais region of France that wants to triple its size, showing animals crammed together and in poor condition, hoping to block the expansion, which is considered ‘insane‘. The images, filmed in March by the association, show dead chickens lying among live animals, animals limping badly and chickens whose bodies seem disproportionately large compared to their heads. The farm, which has been producing broilers since 1998 in Pihem, near Saint-Omer, wants to triple its surface area. L214 denounces this possible extension as ‘a disproportionate project, an ordeal for the animals, and an economic aberration‘. According to the public enquiry, which took place from 4 January to 2 February, the farm ‘is currently registered for 20,500 animal-equivalents, raised in a building of 1,020 m2‘. =2021(令和3)年4月7日、クレジット:ABACA/共同通信イメージズ

    撮影: 2021

  • 2021年04月07日
    L214 Reveals Images Of A Chicken Farm Wants To Expand - Pas-De-Calais L214 Reveals Images Of A Chicken Farm Wants To Expand - Pas-De-Calais

    Handout - The animal rights group L214 released footage on Tuesday evening of a chicken farm in the Pas-de-Calais region of France that wants to triple its size, showing animals crammed together and in poor condition, hoping to block the expansion, which is considered ‘insane‘. The images, filmed in March by the association, show dead chickens lying among live animals, animals limping badly and chickens whose bodies seem disproportionately large compared to their heads. The farm, which has been producing broilers since 1998 in Pihem, near Saint-Omer, wants to triple its surface area. L214 denounces this possible extension as ‘a disproportionate project, an ordeal for the animals, and an economic aberration‘. According to the public enquiry, which took place from 4 January to 2 February, the farm ‘is currently registered for 20,500 animal-equivalents, raised in a building of 1,020 m2‘. =2021(令和3)年4月7日、クレジット:ABACA/共同通信イメージズ

    撮影: 2021

  • 2021年04月07日
    L214 Reveals Images Of A Chicken Farm Wants To Expand - Pas-De-Calais L214 Reveals Images Of A Chicken Farm Wants To Expand - Pas-De-Calais

    Handout - The animal rights group L214 released footage on Tuesday evening of a chicken farm in the Pas-de-Calais region of France that wants to triple its size, showing animals crammed together and in poor condition, hoping to block the expansion, which is considered ‘insane‘. The images, filmed in March by the association, show dead chickens lying among live animals, animals limping badly and chickens whose bodies seem disproportionately large compared to their heads. The farm, which has been producing broilers since 1998 in Pihem, near Saint-Omer, wants to triple its surface area. L214 denounces this possible extension as ‘a disproportionate project, an ordeal for the animals, and an economic aberration‘. According to the public enquiry, which took place from 4 January to 2 February, the farm ‘is currently registered for 20,500 animal-equivalents, raised in a building of 1,020 m2‘. =2021(令和3)年4月7日、クレジット:ABACA/共同通信イメージズ

    撮影: 2021

  • 2021年04月07日
    L214 Reveals Images Of A Chicken Farm Wants To Expand - Pas-De-Calais L214 Reveals Images Of A Chicken Farm Wants To Expand - Pas-De-Calais

    Handout - The animal rights group L214 released footage on Tuesday evening of a chicken farm in the Pas-de-Calais region of France that wants to triple its size, showing animals crammed together and in poor condition, hoping to block the expansion, which is considered ‘insane‘. The images, filmed in March by the association, show dead chickens lying among live animals, animals limping badly and chickens whose bodies seem disproportionately large compared to their heads. The farm, which has been producing broilers since 1998 in Pihem, near Saint-Omer, wants to triple its surface area. L214 denounces this possible extension as ‘a disproportionate project, an ordeal for the animals, and an economic aberration‘. According to the public enquiry, which took place from 4 January to 2 February, the farm ‘is currently registered for 20,500 animal-equivalents, raised in a building of 1,020 m2‘. =2021(令和3)年4月7日、クレジット:ABACA/共同通信イメージズ

    撮影: 2021

  • 2021年04月07日
    L214 Reveals Images Of A Chicken Farm Wants To Expand - Pas-De-Calais L214 Reveals Images Of A Chicken Farm Wants To Expand - Pas-De-Calais

    Handout - The animal rights group L214 released footage on Tuesday evening of a chicken farm in the Pas-de-Calais region of France that wants to triple its size, showing animals crammed together and in poor condition, hoping to block the expansion, which is considered ‘insane‘. The images, filmed in March by the association, show dead chickens lying among live animals, animals limping badly and chickens whose bodies seem disproportionately large compared to their heads. The farm, which has been producing broilers since 1998 in Pihem, near Saint-Omer, wants to triple its surface area. L214 denounces this possible extension as ‘a disproportionate project, an ordeal for the animals, and an economic aberration‘. According to the public enquiry, which took place from 4 January to 2 February, the farm ‘is currently registered for 20,500 animal-equivalents, raised in a building of 1,020 m2‘. =2021(令和3)年4月7日、クレジット:ABACA/共同通信イメージズ

    撮影: 2021

  • 2021年04月07日
    L214 Reveals Images Of A Chicken Farm Wants To Expand - Pas-De-Calais L214 Reveals Images Of A Chicken Farm Wants To Expand - Pas-De-Calais

    Handout - The animal rights group L214 released footage on Tuesday evening of a chicken farm in the Pas-de-Calais region of France that wants to triple its size, showing animals crammed together and in poor condition, hoping to block the expansion, which is considered ‘insane‘. The images, filmed in March by the association, show dead chickens lying among live animals, animals limping badly and chickens whose bodies seem disproportionately large compared to their heads. The farm, which has been producing broilers since 1998 in Pihem, near Saint-Omer, wants to triple its surface area. L214 denounces this possible extension as ‘a disproportionate project, an ordeal for the animals, and an economic aberration‘. According to the public enquiry, which took place from 4 January to 2 February, the farm ‘is currently registered for 20,500 animal-equivalents, raised in a building of 1,020 m2‘. =2021(令和3)年4月7日、クレジット:ABACA/共同通信イメージズ

    撮影: 2021

  • 2021年04月07日
    L214 Reveals Images Of A Chicken Farm Wants To Expand - Pas-De-Calais L214 Reveals Images Of A Chicken Farm Wants To Expand - Pas-De-Calais

    Handout - The animal rights group L214 released footage on Tuesday evening of a chicken farm in the Pas-de-Calais region of France that wants to triple its size, showing animals crammed together and in poor condition, hoping to block the expansion, which is considered ‘insane‘. The images, filmed in March by the association, show dead chickens lying among live animals, animals limping badly and chickens whose bodies seem disproportionately large compared to their heads. The farm, which has been producing broilers since 1998 in Pihem, near Saint-Omer, wants to triple its surface area. L214 denounces this possible extension as ‘a disproportionate project, an ordeal for the animals, and an economic aberration‘. According to the public enquiry, which took place from 4 January to 2 February, the farm ‘is currently registered for 20,500 animal-equivalents, raised in a building of 1,020 m2‘. =2021(令和3)年4月7日、クレジット:ABACA/共同通信イメージズ

    撮影: 2021

  • 2021年04月07日
    L214 Reveals Images Of A Chicken Farm Wants To Expand - Pas-De-Calais L214 Reveals Images Of A Chicken Farm Wants To Expand - Pas-De-Calais

    Handout - The animal rights group L214 released footage on Tuesday evening of a chicken farm in the Pas-de-Calais region of France that wants to triple its size, showing animals crammed together and in poor condition, hoping to block the expansion, which is considered ‘insane‘. The images, filmed in March by the association, show dead chickens lying among live animals, animals limping badly and chickens whose bodies seem disproportionately large compared to their heads. The farm, which has been producing broilers since 1998 in Pihem, near Saint-Omer, wants to triple its surface area. L214 denounces this possible extension as ‘a disproportionate project, an ordeal for the animals, and an economic aberration‘. According to the public enquiry, which took place from 4 January to 2 February, the farm ‘is currently registered for 20,500 animal-equivalents, raised in a building of 1,020 m2‘. =2021(令和3)年4月7日、クレジット:ABACA/共同通信イメージズ

    撮影: 2021

  • 2021年04月07日
    L214 Reveals Images Of A Chicken Farm Wants To Expand - Pas-De-Calais L214 Reveals Images Of A Chicken Farm Wants To Expand - Pas-De-Calais

    Handout - The animal rights group L214 released footage on Tuesday evening of a chicken farm in the Pas-de-Calais region of France that wants to triple its size, showing animals crammed together and in poor condition, hoping to block the expansion, which is considered ‘insane‘. The images, filmed in March by the association, show dead chickens lying among live animals, animals limping badly and chickens whose bodies seem disproportionately large compared to their heads. The farm, which has been producing broilers since 1998 in Pihem, near Saint-Omer, wants to triple its surface area. L214 denounces this possible extension as ‘a disproportionate project, an ordeal for the animals, and an economic aberration‘. According to the public enquiry, which took place from 4 January to 2 February, the farm ‘is currently registered for 20,500 animal-equivalents, raised in a building of 1,020 m2‘. =2021(令和3)年4月7日、クレジット:ABACA/共同通信イメージズ

    撮影: 2021

  • 2021年04月07日
    L214 Reveals Images Of A Chicken Farm Wants To Expand - Pas-De-Calais L214 Reveals Images Of A Chicken Farm Wants To Expand - Pas-De-Calais

    Handout - The animal rights group L214 released footage on Tuesday evening of a chicken farm in the Pas-de-Calais region of France that wants to triple its size, showing animals crammed together and in poor condition, hoping to block the expansion, which is considered ‘insane‘. The images, filmed in March by the association, show dead chickens lying among live animals, animals limping badly and chickens whose bodies seem disproportionately large compared to their heads. The farm, which has been producing broilers since 1998 in Pihem, near Saint-Omer, wants to triple its surface area. L214 denounces this possible extension as ‘a disproportionate project, an ordeal for the animals, and an economic aberration‘. According to the public enquiry, which took place from 4 January to 2 February, the farm ‘is currently registered for 20,500 animal-equivalents, raised in a building of 1,020 m2‘. =2021(令和3)年4月7日、クレジット:ABACA/共同通信イメージズ

    撮影: 2021

  • 2021年04月07日
    L214 Reveals Images Of A Chicken Farm Wants To Expand - Pas-De-Calais L214 Reveals Images Of A Chicken Farm Wants To Expand - Pas-De-Calais

    Handout - The animal rights group L214 released footage on Tuesday evening of a chicken farm in the Pas-de-Calais region of France that wants to triple its size, showing animals crammed together and in poor condition, hoping to block the expansion, which is considered ‘insane‘. The images, filmed in March by the association, show dead chickens lying among live animals, animals limping badly and chickens whose bodies seem disproportionately large compared to their heads. The farm, which has been producing broilers since 1998 in Pihem, near Saint-Omer, wants to triple its surface area. L214 denounces this possible extension as ‘a disproportionate project, an ordeal for the animals, and an economic aberration‘. According to the public enquiry, which took place from 4 January to 2 February, the farm ‘is currently registered for 20,500 animal-equivalents, raised in a building of 1,020 m2‘. =2021(令和3)年4月7日、クレジット:ABACA/共同通信イメージズ

    撮影: 2021

  • 2021年04月07日
    L214 Reveals Images Of A Chicken Farm Wants To Expand - Pas-De-Calais L214 Reveals Images Of A Chicken Farm Wants To Expand - Pas-De-Calais

    Handout - The animal rights group L214 released footage on Tuesday evening of a chicken farm in the Pas-de-Calais region of France that wants to triple its size, showing animals crammed together and in poor condition, hoping to block the expansion, which is considered ‘insane‘. The images, filmed in March by the association, show dead chickens lying among live animals, animals limping badly and chickens whose bodies seem disproportionately large compared to their heads. The farm, which has been producing broilers since 1998 in Pihem, near Saint-Omer, wants to triple its surface area. L214 denounces this possible extension as ‘a disproportionate project, an ordeal for the animals, and an economic aberration‘. According to the public enquiry, which took place from 4 January to 2 February, the farm ‘is currently registered for 20,500 animal-equivalents, raised in a building of 1,020 m2‘. =2021(令和3)年4月7日、クレジット:ABACA/共同通信イメージズ

    撮影: 2021

  • 2021年04月07日
    L214 Reveals Images Of A Chicken Farm Wants To Expand - Pas-De-Calais L214 Reveals Images Of A Chicken Farm Wants To Expand - Pas-De-Calais

    Handout - The animal rights group L214 released footage on Tuesday evening of a chicken farm in the Pas-de-Calais region of France that wants to triple its size, showing animals crammed together and in poor condition, hoping to block the expansion, which is considered ‘insane‘. The images, filmed in March by the association, show dead chickens lying among live animals, animals limping badly and chickens whose bodies seem disproportionately large compared to their heads. The farm, which has been producing broilers since 1998 in Pihem, near Saint-Omer, wants to triple its surface area. L214 denounces this possible extension as ‘a disproportionate project, an ordeal for the animals, and an economic aberration‘. According to the public enquiry, which took place from 4 January to 2 February, the farm ‘is currently registered for 20,500 animal-equivalents, raised in a building of 1,020 m2‘. =2021(令和3)年4月7日、クレジット:ABACA/共同通信イメージズ

    撮影: 2021

  • 2021年04月07日
    L214 Reveals Images Of A Chicken Farm Wants To Expand - Pas-De-Calais L214 Reveals Images Of A Chicken Farm Wants To Expand - Pas-De-Calais

    Handout - The animal rights group L214 released footage on Tuesday evening of a chicken farm in the Pas-de-Calais region of France that wants to triple its size, showing animals crammed together and in poor condition, hoping to block the expansion, which is considered ‘insane‘. The images, filmed in March by the association, show dead chickens lying among live animals, animals limping badly and chickens whose bodies seem disproportionately large compared to their heads. The farm, which has been producing broilers since 1998 in Pihem, near Saint-Omer, wants to triple its surface area. L214 denounces this possible extension as ‘a disproportionate project, an ordeal for the animals, and an economic aberration‘. According to the public enquiry, which took place from 4 January to 2 February, the farm ‘is currently registered for 20,500 animal-equivalents, raised in a building of 1,020 m2‘. =2021(令和3)年4月7日、クレジット:ABACA/共同通信イメージズ

    撮影: 2021

  • 2021年04月07日
    L214 Reveals Images Of A Chicken Farm Wants To Expand - Pas-De-Calais L214 Reveals Images Of A Chicken Farm Wants To Expand - Pas-De-Calais

    Handout - The animal rights group L214 released footage on Tuesday evening of a chicken farm in the Pas-de-Calais region of France that wants to triple its size, showing animals crammed together and in poor condition, hoping to block the expansion, which is considered ‘insane‘. The images, filmed in March by the association, show dead chickens lying among live animals, animals limping badly and chickens whose bodies seem disproportionately large compared to their heads. The farm, which has been producing broilers since 1998 in Pihem, near Saint-Omer, wants to triple its surface area. L214 denounces this possible extension as ‘a disproportionate project, an ordeal for the animals, and an economic aberration‘. According to the public enquiry, which took place from 4 January to 2 February, the farm ‘is currently registered for 20,500 animal-equivalents, raised in a building of 1,020 m2‘. =2021(令和3)年4月7日、クレジット:ABACA/共同通信イメージズ

    撮影: 2021

  • 2021年04月06日
    Isabel Díaz Ayuso visits the 12 de Octubre Hospital Complex

    April 6, 2021, Madrid, Madrid, Spain: The President of the Community of Madrid, Isabel Díaz Ayuso, observes a mannequin that simulates a patient during her visit to the 12 de Octubre Hospital Complex, 6 April 2021, in Madrid (Spain). Her visit took place to learn about the development of the construction project of the new hospitalization building, a project that will allow the last phase of the remodeling and modernization plan of this health center in the capital...06 APRIL 2021;12 OCTOBER;AYUSO;HOSPITAL..A.Martínez Vélez. POOL/Europa Press..04/06/2021 (Credit Image: © A.MartíNez VéLez. Pool/Contacto via ZUMA Press)、クレジット:©A.MartíNez VéLez. Pool/Contacto via ZUMA Press/共同通信イメージズ ※France, Germany , UK and Spain Rights OUT

  • 2021年04月06日
    Isabel Díaz Ayuso visits the 12 de Octubre Hospital Complex

    April 6, 2021, Madrid, Madrid, Spain: The President of the Community of Madrid, Isabel Díaz Ayuso, looks at a baby during her visit to the 12 de Octubre Hospital Complex on April 6, 2021, in Madrid (Spain). Her visit took place to learn about the development of the construction project of the new hospital building, a project that will allow the last phase of the remodeling and modernization plan of this health center in the capital...06 APRIL 2021;12 OCTOBER;AYUSO;HOSPITAL..EUROPA PRESS/A.Ortega.POOL..04/06/2021 (Credit Image: © Europa Press/Contacto via ZUMA Press)、クレジット:©Europa Press/Contacto via ZUMA Press/共同通信イメージズ ※France, Germany , UK and Spain Rights OUT

  • 2021年04月06日
    Isabel Díaz Ayuso visits the 12 de Octubre Hospital Complex

    April 6, 2021, Madrid, Madrid, Spain: The President of the Community of Madrid, Isabel Díaz Ayuso, speaks at a press conference during her visit to the 12 de Octubre Hospital Complex, 6 April 2021, in Madrid (Spain). Her visit took place to learn about the development of the construction project of the new hospital building, a project that will allow the last phase of the remodeling and modernization plan of this health center in the capital to be carried out...06 APRIL 2021;12 OCTOBER;AYUSO;HOSPITAL..A.Martínez Vélez. POOL/Europa Press..04/06/2021 (Credit Image: © A.MartíNez VéLez. Pool/Contacto via ZUMA Press)、クレジット:©A.MartíNez VéLez. Pool/Contacto via ZUMA Press/共同通信イメージズ ※France, Germany , UK and Spain Rights OUT

  • 2021年04月06日
    Isabel Díaz Ayuso visits the 12 de Octubre Hospital Complex

    April 6, 2021, Madrid, Madrid, Spain: The President of the Community of Madrid, Isabel Díaz Ayuso, observes a mannequin that simulates a patient during her visit to the 12 de Octubre Hospital Complex, 6 April 2021, in Madrid (Spain). Her visit took place to learn about the development of the construction project of the new hospitalization building, a project that will allow the last phase of the remodeling and modernization plan of this health center in the capital...06 APRIL 2021;12 OCTOBER;AYUSO;HOSPITAL..A.Martínez Vélez. POOL/Europa Press..04/06/2021 (Credit Image: © A.MartíNez VéLez. Pool/Contacto via ZUMA Press)、クレジット:©A.MartíNez VéLez. Pool/Contacto via ZUMA Press/共同通信イメージズ ※France, Germany , UK and Spain Rights OUT

  • 2021年04月06日
    Isabel Díaz Ayuso visits the 12 de Octubre Hospital Complex

    April 6, 2021, Madrid, Madrid, Spain: The President of the Community of Madrid, Isabel Díaz Ayuso, observes a mannequin that simulates a patient during her visit to the 12 de Octubre Hospital Complex, 6 April 2021, in Madrid (Spain). Her visit took place to learn about the development of the construction project of the new hospitalization building, a project that will allow the last phase of the remodeling and modernization plan of this health center in the capital...06 APRIL 2021;12 OCTOBER;AYUSO;HOSPITAL..A.Martínez Vélez. POOL/Europa Press..04/06/2021 (Credit Image: © A.MartíNez VéLez. Pool/Contacto via ZUMA Press)、クレジット:©A.MartíNez VéLez. Pool/Contacto via ZUMA Press/共同通信イメージズ ※France, Germany , UK and Spain Rights OUT

  • 2021年04月06日
    Isabel Díaz Ayuso visits the 12 de Octubre Hospital Complex

    April 6, 2021, Madrid, Madrid, Spain: The President of the Community of Madrid, Isabel Díaz Ayuso, observes a mannequin that simulates a patient during her visit to the 12 de Octubre Hospital Complex, 6 April 2021, in Madrid (Spain). Her visit took place to learn about the development of the construction project of the new hospitalization building, a project that will allow the last phase of the remodeling and modernization plan of this health center in the capital...06 APRIL 2021;12 OCTOBER;AYUSO;HOSPITAL..A.Martínez Vélez. POOL/Europa Press..04/06/2021 (Credit Image: © A.MartíNez VéLez. Pool/Contacto via ZUMA Press)、クレジット:©A.MartíNez VéLez. Pool/Contacto via ZUMA Press/共同通信イメージズ ※France, Germany , UK and Spain Rights OUT

  • 2021年04月06日
    Isabel Díaz Ayuso visits the 12 de Octubre Hospital Complex

    April 6, 2021, Madrid, Madrid, Spain: The President of the Community of Madrid, Isabel Díaz Ayuso, during her visit to the 12 de Octubre Hospital Complex, on 6 April 2021, in Madrid (Spain). Her visit took place to learn about the development of the construction project of the new hospital building, a project that will allow the last phase of the remodeling and modernization plan of this health center in the capital...06 APRIL 2021;12 OCTOBER;AYUSO;HOSPITAL..EUROPA PRESS/A.Ortega.POOL..04/06/2021 (Credit Image: © Europa Press/Contacto via ZUMA Press)、クレジット:©Europa Press/Contacto via ZUMA Press/共同通信イメージズ ※France, Germany , UK and Spain Rights OUT

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