Bayeux Cathedral Hosts War Photography Exhibit

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11 Oct 2014 12:13

French photographer Laurent Van Der Stockt shows his work about Syria, named '200.000 Syrians' inside the ancient cathedral of Bayeux, in Normandie, France, on October 11, 2014, as part of the 'Bayeux Calvados War Correspondant' award. The cathedral is more than a thousand year old and is used for the first time as a place to exhibit current news photographs. Photos by Transterra Media.

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By AmmarParis
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French photographer Laurent Van Der Stockt shows his work about Syria, named '200.000 Syrians' inside the ancient cathedral of Bayeux, in Normandie, France, on October 11, 2014, as part of the 'Bayeux Calvados War Correspondant' award. The cathedral is more than a thousand year old and is used for the first time as a place to exhibit current news photographs. Photo by Transterra Media

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French photographer Laurent Van Der Stockt shows his work about Syria, named '200.000 Syrians' inside the ancient cathedral of Bayeux, in Normandie, France, on October 11, 2014, as part of the 'Bayeux Calvados War Correspondant' award. The cathedral is more than a thousand year old and is used for the first time as a place to exhibit current news photographs. Photo by Transterra Media

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French photographer Laurent Van Der Stockt poses as he shows his work about Syria, named '200.000 Syrians' inside the ancient cathedral of Bayeux, in Normandie, France, on October 11, 2014, as part of the 'Bayeux Calvados War Correspondant' award. The cathedral is more than a thousand year old and is used for the first time as a place to exhibit current news photographs. Photo by Transterra Media

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By AmmarParis
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French photographer Laurent Van Der Stockt shows his work about Syria, named '200.000 Syrians' inside the ancient cathedral of Bayeux, in Normandie, France, on October 11, 2014, as part of the 'Bayeux Calvados War Correspondant' award. The cathedral is more than a thousand year old and is used for the first time as a place to exhibit current news photographs. Photo by Transterra Media

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By AmmarParis
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French photographer Laurent Van Der Stockt shows his work about Syria, named '200.000 Syrians' inside the ancient cathedral of Bayeux, in Normandie, France, on October 11, 2014, as part of the 'Bayeux Calvados War Correspondant' award. The cathedral is more than a thousand year old and is used for the first time as a place to exhibit current news photographs. Photo by Transterra Media

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By AmmarParis
10 Oct 2014

French photographer Laurent Van Der Stockt shows his work about Syria, named '200.000 Syrians' inside the ancient cathedral of Bayeux, in Normandie, France, on October 11, 2014, as part of the 'Bayeux Calvados War Correspondant' award. The cathedral is more than a thousand year old and is used for the first time as a place to exhibit current news photographs. Photo by Transterra Media

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By AmmarParis
10 Oct 2014

French photographer Laurent Van Der Stockt shows his work about Syria, named '200.000 Syrians' inside the ancient cathedral of Bayeux, in Normandie, France, on October 11, 2014, as part of the 'Bayeux Calvados War Correspondant' award. The cathedral is more than a thousand year old and is used for the first time as a place to exhibit current news photographs. Photo by Transterra Media

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By AmmarParis
10 Oct 2014

French photographer Laurent Van Der Stockt shows his work about Syria, named '200.000 Syrians' inside the ancient cathedral of Bayeux, in Normandie, France, on October 11, 2014, as part of the 'Bayeux Calvados War Correspondant' award. The cathedral is more than a thousand year old and is used for the first time as a place to exhibit current news photographs. Photo by Transterra Media

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By AmmarParis
10 Oct 2014

French photographer Laurent Van Der Stockt shows his work about Syria, named '200.000 Syrians' inside the ancient cathedral of Bayeux, in Normandie, France, on October 11, 2014, as part of the 'Bayeux Calvados War Correspondant' award. The cathedral is more than a thousand year old and is used for the first time as a place to exhibit current news photographs. Photo by Transterra Media

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By AmmarParis
10 Oct 2014

French photographer Laurent Van Der Stockt shows his work about Syria, named '200.000 Syrians' inside the ancient cathedral of Bayeux, in Normandie, France, on October 11, 2014, as part of the 'Bayeux Calvados War Correspondant' award. The cathedral is more than a thousand year old and is used for the first time as a place to exhibit current news photographs. Photo by Transterra Media

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By AmmarParis
10 Oct 2014

French photographer Laurent Van Der Stockt shows his work about Syria, named '200.000 Syrians' inside the ancient cathedral of Bayeux, in Normandie, France, on October 11, 2014, as part of the 'Bayeux Calvados War Correspondant' award. The cathedral is more than a thousand year old and is used for the first time as a place to exhibit current news photographs. Photo by Transterra Media

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By AmmarParis
10 Oct 2014

French photographer Laurent Van Der Stockt shows his work about Syria, named '200.000 Syrians' inside the ancient cathedral of Bayeux, in Normandie, France, on October 11, 2014, as part of the 'Bayeux Calvados War Correspondant' award. The cathedral is more than a thousand year old and is used for the first time as a place to exhibit current news photographs. Photo by Transterra Media

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By AmmarParis
10 Oct 2014

French photographer Laurent Van Der Stockt shows his work about Syria, named '200.000 Syrians' inside the ancient cathedral of Bayeux, in Normandie, France, on October 11, 2014, as part of the 'Bayeux Calvados War Correspondant' award. The cathedral is more than a thousand year old and is used for the first time as a place to exhibit current news photographs. Photo by Transterra Media

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By AmmarParis
10 Oct 2014

French photographer Laurent Van Der Stockt shows his work about Syria, named '200.000 Syrians' inside the ancient cathedral of Bayeux, in Normandie, France, on October 11, 2014, as part of the 'Bayeux Calvados War Correspondant' award. The cathedral is more than a thousand year old and is used for the first time as a place to exhibit current news photographs. Photo by Transterra Media

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Bayeux
By AmmarParis
10 Oct 2014

French photographer Laurent Van Der Stockt shows his work about Syria, named '200.000 Syrians' inside the ancient cathedral of Bayeux, in Normandie, France, on October 11, 2014, as part of the 'Bayeux Calvados War Correspondant' award. The cathedral is more than a thousand year old and is used for the first time as a place to exhibit current news photographs. Photo by Transterra Media

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Bayeux
By AmmarParis
09 Oct 2014

French photographer Laurent Van Der Stockt shows his work about Syria, named '200.000 Syrians' inside the ancient cathedral of Bayeux, in Normandie, France, on October 11, 2014, as part of the 'Bayeux Calvados War Correspondant' award. The cathedral is more than a thousand year old and is used for the first time as a place to exhibit current news photographs. Photo by Transterra Media