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Vache qui pleure
Algeria
Vue panoramique d'une gravure rupeste "La Vache qui pleure" au Tassili Najjer au sud algérien. La gravure met en scène des vaches venues attendre de s'abrevoir au bord d'une rivière asséchée. Lasses d'attendre l'ecoulement de l'eau, les vaches se sont mises à pleurer. Elles pleurent le temps où ces mêmes lieux étaient luxuriant et pleins de vie.
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