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En los fuertes #rojo #red #arquitectura #architecture #space  (en Zona De Los Fuertes De Loreto Y Guadalupe)

En los fuertes #rojo #red #arquitectura #architecture #space (en Zona De Los Fuertes De Loreto Y Guadalupe)

La espera #wait #flower #colors #pink #nature #green #plants  (en Centro Expositor De Puebla)

La espera #wait #flower #colors #pink #nature #green #plants (en Centro Expositor De Puebla)

Paisaje plata #museo #historia #puebla #museum #tradition #silver #color #picOfTheDay #architecture #water  (en Museo Regional de Puebla; INAH)

Paisaje plata #museo #historia #puebla #museum #tradition #silver #color #picOfTheDay #architecture #water (en Museo Regional de Puebla; INAH)

Ohhh what’s inside the bag?? #girls #baby #purse #bag #fashion #curious #stuff   (en Lomas de la Herradura)

Ohhh what’s inside the bag?? #girls #baby #purse #bag #fashion #curious #stuff (en Lomas de la Herradura)

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Celebrating Cosmonautics Day (День Космона́втики) in Russia

For more photos from Cosmonautics Day, explore the Памятник Гагарину (Yuri Gargarin Monument) and аллея Космонавтов (Cosmonauts Alley) location pages.

Every year on April 12, Russia celebrates Cosmonautics Day: a commemorative event to remember the achievements of Soviet cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin in 1961. The 27-year-old circled Earth in the Vostok 1 (Восток-1) spacecraft for one hour and 48 minutes, making the first manned space flight and marking a new chapter in space exploration.

On Saturday, a ceremonial procession in Moscow will visit a number of important commemorative landmarks including Gagarin’s statue, then his grave in the Red Square’s Kremlin Wall Necropolis and through Cosmonauts Alley before concluding in Novodevichy Cemetery.

More recently, the celebration on April 12 has spread to communities worldwide as “Yuri’s Night”—an occasion to inspire public interest in space exploration.

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Capturing the Streets and Walls of Manama, Bahrain, with @k_aljabri

For more photos and videos from Khalid’s life in Bahrain, follow @k_aljabri on Instagram.

"For the past four years, I’ve been documenting #manamasouq—the old market in the heart of Manama—and the rest of Bahrain, searching for the things we forgot or maybe have chosen to ignore,” says Bahrain Instagrammer Khalid Aljabri (@k_aljabri).

Khalid often photographs the graffiti and writing on Manama’s walls. “Once you write or draw anything on a wall it becomes something of great value. The streets are like the society’s archive,” he says. “Whether images of sorrow or joy, wisdom or pure silliness, they are all stories worth sharing.”

Khalid’s favorite place to photograph in Bahrain is the capital city, Manama. “I started wandering in the neighborhood where my late mother grew up, following her and my grandpa’s footsteps and rediscovering the beauty of the city she used to tell me about,” he explains. “I enjoy documenting the little hidden details between its tight streets and alleys because behind every corner there are generations of stories waiting to be discovered. After four years of documenting, I still feel lost in its streets and beauty.”

Im sorry #sorry #me

Im sorry #sorry #me