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  1. 2019101503182

    「CTK」 Karel Gott, mourning ceremony, large-scale screen, Hradcany square, Prague Castle The instalation of the large-scale screen on Hradcany square outside the Prague Castle, Prague, Czech Republic, October 11, 2019. On Saturday, October 12, a mourning ceremony will take place in St Vitus Cathedral at the Prague Castle, the seat of Czech kings and presidents, at 11:00. The heritage site will be partially closed to the public until 14:00 over the event that will be for invited guests only. The public can watch it on large-scale screens. Czech pop singer Karel Gott died at 80 on October 1, 2019, before midnight at home in his family circle. Gott was at the top of music for some 60 years. He released almost 300 LPs and sold tens of millions of records. (CTK Photo/Katerina Sulova)、クレジット:CTK/共同通信イメージズ

  2. 2019101503274

    「CTK」 Karel Gott, mourning ceremony, large-scale screen, Hradcany square, Prague Castle The instalation of the large-scale screen on Hradcany square outside the Prague Castle, Prague, Czech Republic, October 11, 2019. On Saturday, October 12, a mourning ceremony will take place in St Vitus Cathedral at the Prague Castle, the seat of Czech kings and presidents, at 11:00. The heritage site will be partially closed to the public until 14:00 over the event that will be for invited guests only. The public can watch it on large-scale screens. Czech pop singer Karel Gott died at 80 on October 1, 2019, before midnight at home in his family circle. Gott was at the top of music for some 60 years. He released almost 300 LPs and sold tens of millions of records. (CTK Photo/Katerina Sulova)、クレジット:CTK/共同通信イメージズ

  3. 2019101503014

    「CTK」 Karel Gott, mourning ceremony, large-scale screen, Hradcany square, Prague Castle The instalation of the large-scale screen on Hradcany square outside the Prague Castle, Prague, Czech Republic, October 11, 2019. On Saturday, October 12, a mourning ceremony will take place in St Vitus Cathedral at the Prague Castle, the seat of Czech kings and presidents, at 11:00. The heritage site will be partially closed to the public until 14:00 over the event that will be for invited guests only. The public can watch it on large-scale screens. Czech pop singer Karel Gott died at 80 on October 1, 2019, before midnight at home in his family circle. Gott was at the top of music for some 60 years. He released almost 300 LPs and sold tens of millions of records. (CTK Photo/Katerina Sulova)、クレジット:CTK/共同通信イメージズ

  4. 2019101502993

    「CTK」 Karel Gott, mourning ceremony, large-scale screen, Hradcany square, Prague Castle The instalation of the large-scale screen on Hradcany square outside the Prague Castle, Prague, Czech Republic, October 11, 2019. On Saturday, October 12, a mourning ceremony will take place in St Vitus Cathedral at the Prague Castle, the seat of Czech kings and presidents, at 11:00. The heritage site will be partially closed to the public until 14:00 over the event that will be for invited guests only. The public can watch it on large-scale screens. Czech pop singer Karel Gott died at 80 on October 1, 2019, before midnight at home in his family circle. Gott was at the top of music for some 60 years. He released almost 300 LPs and sold tens of millions of records. (CTK Photo/Katerina Sulova)、クレジット:CTK/共同通信イメージズ

  5. 2019101503320

    「CTK」 Karel Gott, mourning ceremony, large-scale screen, Hradcany square, Prague Castle The instalation of the large-scale screen on Hradcany square outside the Prague Castle, Prague, Czech Republic, October 11, 2019. On Saturday, October 12, a mourning ceremony will take place in St Vitus Cathedral at the Prague Castle, the seat of Czech kings and presidents, at 11:00. The heritage site will be partially closed to the public until 14:00 over the event that will be for invited guests only. The public can watch it on large-scale screens. Czech pop singer Karel Gott died at 80 on October 1, 2019, before midnight at home in his family circle. Gott was at the top of music for some 60 years. He released almost 300 LPs and sold tens of millions of records. (CTK Photo/Katerina Sulova)、クレジット:CTK/共同通信イメージズ

  6. 2019101503324

    「CTK」 Karel Gott, mourning ceremony, large-scale screen, Hradcany square, Prague Castle The instalation of the large-scale screen on Hradcany square outside the Prague Castle, Prague, Czech Republic, October 11, 2019. On Saturday, October 12, a mourning ceremony will take place in St Vitus Cathedral at the Prague Castle, the seat of Czech kings and presidents, at 11:00. The heritage site will be partially closed to the public until 14:00 over the event that will be for invited guests only. The public can watch it on large-scale screens. Czech pop singer Karel Gott died at 80 on October 1, 2019, before midnight at home in his family circle. Gott was at the top of music for some 60 years. He released almost 300 LPs and sold tens of millions of records. (CTK Photo/Katerina Sulova)、クレジット:CTK/共同通信イメージズ

  7. 2019101201155

    「DPA」 Special Presentation - Anniversary of the Reopened Neues Museum 10 October 2019, Berlin: Hermann Parzinger, President of the Prussian Cultural Heritage Foundation, wears VR glasses as part of the presentation of special presentations. October marks the tenth anniversary of the reopening of the Neues Museum. On the occasion of the anniversary, the condition of the stairwell with its monumental cycle of pictures, completely destroyed in the Second World War, can be experienced again by means of VR glasses. Two 360-degree films take visitors back to a time when the walls of the hall were painted in their entire length and up to around eight metres high, showing the 19th century world view and the museum‘s basic ideas. Photo: Carsten Koall/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

  8. 2019101201193

    「DPA」 Special Presentation - Anniversary of the Reopened Neues Museum 10 October 2019, Berlin: Hermann Parzinger, President of the Prussian Cultural Heritage Foundation, wears VR glasses as part of the presentation of special presentations. October marks the tenth anniversary of the reopening of the Neues Museum. On the occasion of the anniversary, the condition of the stairwell with its monumental cycle of pictures, completely destroyed in the Second World War, can be experienced again by means of VR glasses. Two 360-degree films take visitors back to a time when the walls of the hall were painted in their entire length and up to around eight metres high, showing the 19th century world view and the museum‘s basic ideas. Photo: Carsten Koall/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

  9. 2019101201068

    「DPA」 Special Presentation - Anniversary of the Reopened Neues Museum 10 October 2019, Berlin: Hermann Parzinger, President of the Prussian Cultural Heritage Foundation, wears VR glasses as part of the presentation of special presentations. October marks the tenth anniversary of the reopening of the Neues Museum. On the occasion of the anniversary, the condition of the stairwell with its monumental cycle of pictures, completely destroyed in the Second World War, can be experienced again by means of VR glasses. Two 360-degree films take visitors back to a time when the walls of the hall were painted in their entire length and up to around eight metres high, showing the 19th century world view and the museum‘s basic ideas. Photo: Carsten Koall/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

  10. 2019101200988

    「DPA」 Special Presentation - Anniversary of the Reopened Neues Museum 10 October 2019, Berlin: Hermann Parzinger, President of the Prussian Cultural Heritage Foundation, wears VR glasses as part of the presentation of special presentations. October marks the tenth anniversary of the reopening of the Neues Museum. On the occasion of the anniversary, the condition of the stairwell with its monumental cycle of pictures, completely destroyed in the Second World War, can be experienced again by means of VR glasses. Two 360-degree films take visitors back to a time when the walls of the hall were painted in their entire length and up to around eight metres high, showing the 19th century world view and the museum‘s basic ideas. Photo: Carsten Koall/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

  11. 2019101201188

    「DPA」 Special Presentation - Anniversary of the Reopened Neues Museum 10 October 2019, Berlin: Hermann Parzinger, President of the Prussian Cultural Heritage Foundation, wears VR glasses as part of the presentation of special presentations. October marks the tenth anniversary of the reopening of the Neues Museum. On the occasion of the anniversary, the condition of the stairwell with its monumental cycle of pictures, completely destroyed in the Second World War, can be experienced again by means of VR glasses. Two 360-degree films take visitors back to a time when the walls of the hall were painted in their entire length and up to around eight metres high, showing the 19th century world view and the museum‘s basic ideas. Photo: Carsten Koall/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

  12. 2019101200832

    「DPA」 Special Presentation - Anniversary of the Reopened Neues Museum 10 October 2019, Berlin: Hermann Parzinger, President of the Prussian Cultural Heritage Foundation, wears VR glasses as part of the presentation of special presentations. October marks the tenth anniversary of the reopening of the Neues Museum. On the occasion of the anniversary, the condition of the stairwell with its monumental cycle of pictures, completely destroyed in the Second World War, can be experienced again by means of VR glasses. Two 360-degree films take visitors back to a time when the walls of the hall were painted in their entire length and up to around eight metres high, showing the 19th century world view and the museum‘s basic ideas. Photo: Carsten Koall/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

  13. 2019101001901

    「DPA」 Russian colony Alexandrovka 07 October 2019, Brandenburg, Potsdam: Tourists pass a typical log cabin in the Alexandrovka settlement in the north of the state capital. King Frederick William III of Prussia had the settlement built in 1826/27 for the last twelve Russian singers of a choir formerly consisting of 62 soldiers. It has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site in Potsdam since 1999. Photo: Monika Skolimowska/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

  14. 2019101002204

    「DPA」 Russian colony Alexandrovka 07 October 2019, Brandenburg, Potsdam: A typical log cabin stands in the Alexandrovka settlement in the north of the state capital. King Frederick William III of Prussia had the settlement built in 1826/27 for the last twelve Russian singers of a choir formerly consisting of 62 soldiers. It has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site in Potsdam since 1999. Photo: Monika Skolimowska/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

  15. 2019101002105

    「DPA」 Russian colony Alexandrovka 07 October 2019, Brandenburg, Potsdam: An icon decorates the facade of the Orthodox Alexander Nevsky Memorial Church in the Alexandrovka settlement in the north of the state capital. King Frederick William III of Prussia had the settlement built in 1826/27 for the last twelve Russian singers of a choir formerly consisting of 62 soldiers. It has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site in Potsdam since 1999. Photo: Monika Skolimowska/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

  16. 2019101002162

    「DPA」 Russian colony Alexandrovka 07 October 2019, Brandenburg, Potsdam: A sign with the picture of a matryoshka shows the way to a Russian restaurant in the colony Alexandrovka. King Frederick William III of Prussia had the settlement built in 1826/27 for the last twelve Russian singers of a choir formerly consisting of 62 soldiers. It has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site in Potsdam since 1999. Photo: Monika Skolimowska/dpa-Zentralbild/ZB、クレジット:ZB/DPA/共同通信イメージズ

  17. 2019101002039

    「DPA」 Russian colony Alexandrovka 07 October 2019, Brandenburg, Potsdam: A richly decorated wooden house on the grounds of the Russian colony Alexandrovka stands out against the blue sky. King Frederick William III of Prussia had the settlement built in 1826/27 for the last twelve Russian singers of a choir formerly consisting of 62 soldiers. It has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site in Potsdam since 1999. Photo: Monika Skolimowska/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

  18. 2019101002214

    「DPA」 Russian colony Alexandrovka 07 October 2019, Brandenburg, Potsdam: Numerous fruit trees stand in a garden in the Russian colony Alexandrovka. King Frederick William III of Prussia had the settlement built in 1826/27 for the last twelve Russian singers of a choir formerly consisting of 62 soldiers. It has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site in Potsdam since 1999. Photo: Monika Skolimowska/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

  19. 2019101002218

    「DPA」 Russian colony Alexandrovka 07 October 2019, Brandenburg, Potsdam: A typical log cabin stands in the Alexandrovka settlement in the north of the state capital. King Frederick William III of Prussia had the settlement built in 1826/27 for the last twelve Russian singers of a choir formerly consisting of 62 soldiers. It has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site in Potsdam since 1999. Photo: Monika Skolimowska/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

  20. 2019101002238

    「DPA」 Russian colony Alexandrovka 07 October 2019, Brandenburg, Potsdam: Wooden ornaments adorn the windows of a typical log house in the Russian colony of Alexandrovka in the north of the state capital. King Frederick William III of Prussia had the settlement built in 1826/27 for the last twelve Russian singers of a choir formerly consisting of 62 soldiers. It has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site in Potsdam since 1999. Photo: Monika Skolimowska/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

  21. 2019101002183

    「DPA」 Russian colony Alexandrovka 07 October 2019, Brandenburg, Potsdam: In sunny weather tourists visit the Russian colony Alexandrovka in the north of the state capital. King Frederick William III of Prussia had the settlement built in 1826/27 for the last twelve Russian singers of a choir formerly consisting of 62 soldiers. It has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site in Potsdam since 1999. Photo: Monika Skolimowska/dpa-Zentralbild/ZB、クレジット:ZB/DPA/共同通信イメージズ

  22. 2019101002168

    「DPA」 Russian colony Alexandrovka 07 October 2019, Brandenburg, Potsdam: A richly decorated wooden house on the grounds of the Russian colony Alexandrovka stands out against the blue sky. King Frederick William III of Prussia had the settlement built in 1826/27 for the last twelve Russian singers of a choir formerly consisting of 62 soldiers. It has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site in Potsdam since 1999. Photo: Monika Skolimowska/dpa-Zentralbild/ZB、クレジット:ZB/DPA/共同通信イメージズ

  23. 2019091902375

    「CTK」 The Flow Building, construction site The Flow Building construction site on the corner of Opletalova street and Wenceslas Square, Prague, Czech Republic, September 12, 2019. The building, with nine aboveground and three underground storeys, will offer office and business space only. Its foundations will bridge the tunnels of the Prague metro situated below Wenceslas Square. Flow East company planned the project a long time ago, but in the beginning, it met with a strong wave of protests, as is usual with new construction projects in the historical centre of Prague, which figures on the UNESCO list of world heritage. (CTK Photo/Vit Simanek)、クレジット:CTK/共同通信イメージズ

  24. 2019091902743

    「CTK」 The Flow Building, construction site The Flow Building construction site on the corner of Opletalova street and Wenceslas Square, Prague, Czech Republic, September 12, 2019. The building, with nine aboveground and three underground storeys, will offer office and business space only. Its foundations will bridge the tunnels of the Prague metro situated below Wenceslas Square. Flow East company planned the project a long time ago, but in the beginning, it met with a strong wave of protests, as is usual with new construction projects in the historical centre of Prague, which figures on the UNESCO list of world heritage. (CTK Photo/Vit Simanek)、クレジット:CTK/共同通信イメージズ

  25. 2019091902860

    「CTK」 The Flow Building, construction site The Flow Building construction site on the corner of Opletalova street and Wenceslas Square, Prague, Czech Republic, September 12, 2019. The building, with nine aboveground and three underground storeys, will offer office and business space only. Its foundations will bridge the tunnels of the Prague metro situated below Wenceslas Square. Flow East company planned the project a long time ago, but in the beginning, it met with a strong wave of protests, as is usual with new construction projects in the historical centre of Prague, which figures on the UNESCO list of world heritage. (CTK Photo/Vit Simanek)、クレジット:CTK/共同通信イメージズ

  26. 2019091901375

    「DPA」 Turks fight to preserve bird language 26 August 2019, Turkey, Kusköy: Ayla (l) and Muazzez Kocek drive cows up a slope on the Alaca plateau. In the remote mountain villages the locals communicate over several kilometres with the whistle language (islik dili). Two years ago Unesco added the Turkish whistle language to the list of intangible cultural heritage to be protected - it is threatened with extinction. Photo: Bradley Secker/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

  27. 2019091901377

    「DPA」 Turks fight to preserve bird language 26 August 2019, Turkey, Kusköy: Yilmaz Civelek (r) and a farmer‘s wife and their sons are standing on the Alaca plateau. In the remote mountain villages the locals communicate over several kilometres with the whistle language (islik dili). Two years ago Unesco added the Turkish whistle language to the list of intangible cultural heritage to be protected - it is threatened with extinction. Photo: Bradley Secker/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

  28. 2019091901374

    「DPA」 Turks fight to preserve bird language 26 August 2019, Turkey, Kusköy: Yilmaz Civelek (M) and Muazzez Kocek (l) stand with friends near their village on the Alaca plateau. In the remote mountain villages the locals communicate over several kilometres with the whistle language (islik dili). Two years ago Unesco added the Turkish whistle language to the list of intangible cultural heritage to be protected - it is threatened with extinction. Photo: Bradley Secker/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

  29. 2019091901657

    「DPA」 Turks fight to preserve bird language 26 August 2019, Turkey, Kusköy: Yilmaz Civelek communicates near his house in whistle language (islik dili) on the high plateau of Alaca. This is how the locals communicate in remote mountain villages over several kilometres. Two years ago Unesco added the Turkish whistle language to the list of intangible cultural heritage to be protected - it is threatened with extinction. Photo: Bradley Secker/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

  30. 2019091901409

    「DPA」 Turks fight to preserve bird language 26 August 2019, Turkey, Kusköy: Yilmaz Civelek (2nd from right), Muazzez Kocek (l) and Ayla load a pistol near their village on the Alaca plateau. The firing is considered a sign of joy. In the remote mountain villages the locals communicate over several kilometres with the whistle language (islik dili). Two years ago Unesco added the Turkish whistle language to the list of intangible cultural heritage to be protected - it is threatened with extinction. Photo: Bradley Secker/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

  31. 2019091901440

    「DPA」 Turks fight to preserve bird language 26 August 2019, Turkey, Kusköy: Esma Civelek helps to build wells in his home village. In the remote mountain villages the locals communicate over several kilometres with the whistle language (islik dili). Two years ago Unesco added the Turkish whistle language to the list of intangible cultural heritage to be protected - it is threatened with extinction. Photo: Bradley Secker/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

  32. 2019091901433

    「DPA」 Turks fight to preserve bird language 26 August 2019, Turkey, Kusköy: Yilmaz Civelek (r) harvests vegetables on a slope near his house and talks to a resident on the high plateau of Alaca. In the remote mountain villages the locals communicate over several kilometres with the whistle language (islik dili). Two years ago Unesco added the Turkish whistle language to the list of intangible cultural heritage to be protected - it is threatened with extinction. Photo: Bradley Secker/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

  33. 2019091901428

    「DPA」 Turks fight to preserve bird language 26 August 2019, Turkey, Kusköy: Yilmaz Civelek is standing in his house. In the remote mountain villages the locals communicate over several kilometres with the whistle language (islik dili). Two years ago Unesco added the Turkish whistle language to the list of intangible cultural heritage to be protected - it is threatened with extinction. Photo: Bradley Secker/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

  34. 2019091901518

    「DPA」 Turks fight to preserve bird language 26 August 2019, Turkey, Kusköy: Ayla (l) and Muazzez Kocek drive the cows on a slope. In the remote mountain villages the locals communicate over several kilometres with the whistle language (islik dili). Two years ago Unesco added the Turkish whistle language to the list of intangible cultural heritage to be protected - it is threatened with extinction. Photo: Bradley Secker/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

  35. 2019091901446

    「DPA」 Turks fight to preserve bird language 26 August 2019, Turkey, Kusköy: Yilmaz Civelek (2nd from right), Muazzez Kocek (r) and Ayla load a pistol near their village on the Alaca plateau. The firing is considered a sign of joy. In the remote mountain villages the locals communicate over several kilometres with the whistle language (islik dili). Two years ago Unesco added the Turkish whistle language to the list of intangible cultural heritage to be protected - it is threatened with extinction. Photo: Bradley Secker/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

  36. 2019091901417

    「DPA」 Turks fight to preserve bird language 26 August 2019, Turkey, Kusköy: Esma Civelek walks outside her house. In the remote mountain villages the locals communicate over several kilometres with the whistle language (islik dili). Two years ago Unesco added the Turkish whistle language to the list of intangible cultural heritage to be protected - it is threatened with extinction. Photo: Bradley Secker/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

  37. 2019091901451

    「DPA」 Turks fight to preserve bird language 26 August 2019, Turkey, Kusköy: Yilmaz Civelek (in front) goes up a hill near his house on the high plateau Alaca. In the remote mountain villages the locals communicate over several kilometres with the whistle language (islik dili). Two years ago Unesco added the Turkish whistle language to the list of intangible cultural heritage to be protected - it is threatened with extinction. Photo: Bradley Secker/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

  38. 2019091901420

    「DPA」 Turks fight to preserve bird language 26 August 2019, Turkey, Kusköy: The twelve-year-old Ayla takes care of the cows. In the remote mountain villages the locals communicate over several kilometres with the whistle language (islik dili). Two years ago Unesco added the Turkish whistle language to the list of intangible cultural heritage to be protected - it is threatened with extinction. Photo: Bradley Secker/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

  39. 2019091901418

    「DPA」 Turks fight to preserve bird language 26 August 2019, Turkey, Kusköy: Ayla (l) and Muazzez Kocek drive the cows on a slope. In the remote mountain villages the locals communicate over several kilometres with the whistle language (islik dili). Two years ago Unesco added the Turkish whistle language to the list of intangible cultural heritage to be protected - it is threatened with extinction. Saturday fiction Photo: Bradley Secker/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

  40. 2019091901422

    「DPA」 Turks fight to preserve bird language 26 August 2019, Turkey, Kusköy: Yilmaz Civelek communicates near his house in whistle language (islik dili) on the high plateau of Alaca. This is how the locals communicate in remote mountain villages over several kilometres. Two years ago Unesco added the Turkish whistle language to the list of intangible cultural heritage to be protected - it is threatened with extinction. Photo: Bradley Secker/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

  41. 2019091901630

    「DPA」 Turks fight to preserve bird language 26 August 2019, Turkey, Kusköy: View to the high plateau Alaca. In the remote mountain villages the locals communicate over several kilometres with the whistle language (islik dili). Two years ago Unesco added the Turkish whistle language to the list of intangible cultural heritage to be protected - it is threatened with extinction. Photo: Bradley Secker/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

  42. 2019091901650

    「DPA」 Turks fight to preserve bird language 26 August 2019, Turkey, Kusköy: Yilmaz Civelek goes to his home village. In the remote mountain villages the locals communicate over several kilometres with the whistle language (islik dili). Two years ago Unesco added the Turkish whistle language to the list of intangible cultural heritage to be protected - it is threatened with extinction. Photo: Bradley Secker/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

  43. 2019091901659

    「DPA」 Turks fight to preserve bird language 26 August 2019, Turkey, Kusköy: The Alaca Plateau. In the remote mountain villages the locals communicate over several kilometres with the whistle language (islik dili). Two years ago Unesco added the Turkish whistle language to the list of intangible cultural heritage to be protected - it is threatened with extinction. Photo: Bradley Secker/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

  44. 2019091901644

    「DPA」 Turks fight to preserve bird language 26 August 2019, Turkey, Kusköy: The twelve-year-old Ayla takes care of the cows. In the remote mountain villages the locals communicate over several kilometres with the whistle language (islik dili). Two years ago Unesco added the Turkish whistle language to the list of intangible cultural heritage to be protected - it is threatened with extinction. Photo: Bradley Secker/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

  45. 2019091901404

    「DPA」 Turks fight to preserve bird language 26 August 2019, Turkey, Kusköy: Yilmaz Civelek communicates near his house in whistle language (islik dili) on the high plateau of Alaca. This is how the locals communicate in remote mountain villages over several kilometres. Two years ago Unesco added the Turkish whistle language to the list of intangible cultural heritage to be protected - it is threatened with extinction. Photo: Bradley Secker/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

  46. 2019091901410

    「DPA」 Turks fight to preserve bird language 26 August 2019, Turkey, Kusköy: Yilmaz Civelek (centre) talks to a family of shepherds on the Alaca plateau. In the remote mountain villages the locals communicate over several kilometres with the whistle language (islik dili). Two years ago Unesco added the Turkish whistle language to the list of intangible cultural heritage to be protected - it is threatened with extinction. Photo: Bradley Secker/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

  47. 2019091901502

    「DPA」 Turks fight to preserve bird language 26 August 2019, Turkey, Kusköy: Muazzez Kocek (l) communicates in pipe language (islik dili). With the language of birds the locals communicate in remote mountain villages over several kilometres. Two years ago Unesco added the Turkish whistle language to the list of intangible cultural heritage to be protected - it is threatened with extinction. Photo: Bradley Secker/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

  48. 2019091901508

    「DPA」 Turks fight to preserve bird language 26 August 2019, Turkey, Kusköy: Yilmaz Civelek communicates with another farmer near his house in pipe language (islik dili) on the Alaca plateau. This is how the locals communicate in remote mountain villages over several kilometres. Two years ago Unesco added the Turkish whistle language to the list of intangible cultural heritage to be protected - it is threatened with extinction. Photo: Bradley Secker/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

  49. 2019091901376

    「DPA」 Turks fight to preserve bird language 26 August 2019, Turkey, Kusköy: Yilmaz Civelek harvests vegetables on the slope near his house on the high plateau of Alaca. In the remote mountain villages the locals communicate over several kilometres with the whistle language (islik dili). Two years ago Unesco added the Turkish whistle language to the list of intangible cultural heritage to be protected - it is threatened with extinction. Photo: Bradley Secker/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

  50. 2019091901472

    「DPA」 Turks fight to preserve bird language 26 August 2019, Turkey, Kusköy: A shepherd family relaxes on the Alaca plateau. In the remote mountain villages around the Alaca plateau, the locals communicate over several kilometres with the whistle language (islik dili). Two years ago Unesco added the Turkish whistle language to the list of intangible cultural heritage to be protected - it is threatened with extinction. Photo: Bradley Secker/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

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