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Lithuania ultras 15
Vilnius, Lithuania
By Nanook
02 Apr 2015

For the fans the game is a religion, and they openly show it.

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Lithuania ultras 16
Vilnius, Lithuania
By Nanook
02 Apr 2015

Many fans come from different enviroments, social classes and age groups, but at the stadium they consider themselves a big family.

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Lithuania ultras 17
Vilnius, Lithuania
By Nanook
02 Apr 2015

Jonas' first trip with the fan club was in 1998, after which came a break from football fandom. But since 2010 he'€™s been back in the stadium with his friends, trying not to miss any of the matches.

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Lithuania ultras 19
Vilnius, Lithuania
By Nanook
02 Apr 2015

Flares and pyrotechnics aren't allowed in the stadium by the law, but they always get smuggled in.

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Lithuania ultras 20
Vilnius, Lithuania
By Nanook
02 Apr 2015

Even though flares are prohibited by the law, they're always smuggled in. The police doesn't intervene in celebrations. Nowadays they just observe.

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Lithuania ultras 12
Vilnius, Lithuania
By Nanook
02 Apr 2015

In the fan section of the stadium nobody sits. The seats here are for standing up.

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Lithuania ultras 21
Vilnius, Lithuania
By Nanook
02 Apr 2015

Fans gather at the stadium no matter the weather.

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Lithuania ultras 22
Vilnius, Lithuania
By Nanook
02 Apr 2015

Fans' intention to make their show of support as visually impressive as possible always ends up in smoke and fire.

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Lithuania ultras 23
Vilnius, Lithuania
By Nanook
02 Apr 2015

Fans' intention to make their show of support as visually impressive as possible always ends up in smoke and fire.

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Lithuania ultras 24
Vilnius, Lithuania
By Nanook
02 Apr 2015

The choreography of support is always organised by the most vocal and active fans on the spot.

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Lithuania ultras 25
Vilnius, Lithuania
By Nanook
02 Apr 2015

The goal of the fanclub is to support their team as loudly and as visibly as possible.

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Lithuania ultras 26
Vilnius, Lithuania
By Nanook
02 Apr 2015

In the stadium Jonas tries to be as vocal of a fan as he can.

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Lithuania ultras 27
Vilnius, Lithuania
By Nanook
02 Apr 2015

The club's players thank fans for their support after each game.

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Pottery production in Nepal 1
Baktaphur, Nepal
By Noe Falk Nielsen
31 Mar 2015

A potter plies his trade in Baktaphur, Nepal on 31 March 2015. The pots are made from clay and formed using the wheel. The majority of the pottery used in Nepal is produced in the Baktaphur area, although the trade is under pressure as cheap ceramics are imported from India and China.

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Pottery production in Nepal 2
Baktaphur, Nepal
By Noe Falk Nielsen
31 Mar 2015

A woman puts the finishing touch to the pots once the potter has made them, Baktaphur, Nepal on 31 March 2015. The majority of the pottery used in Nepal is produced in the Baktaphur area, although the trade is under pressure as cheap ceramics are imported from India and China.

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Pottery production in Nepal 3
Baktaphur, Nepal
By Noe Falk Nielsen
31 Mar 2015

Once the pots are finished they are left to dry in the sun in Baktaphur, Nepal on 31 March 2015. The majority of the pottery used in Nepal is produced in the Baktaphur area, although the trade is under pressure as cheap ceramics are imported from India and China.

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People of Kathmandu 3
Kathmandu, Nepal
By Noe Falk Nielsen
31 Mar 2015

Rickshaw in Thamel, Kathmandu on 31 March 2015. The tourism industry blossoms creating jobs for upwards half a million people.

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Lithuania ultras 04
Vilnius, Lithuania
By Nanook
31 Mar 2015

"FIFA" is Jonas's favourite PlayStation 3 game.

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Lithuania ultras 05
Vilnius, Lithuania
By Nanook
31 Mar 2015

Managing his family life while being an ultra is not hard for Jonas.

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Lithuania ultras 01
Vilnius, Lithuania
By Nanook
29 Mar 2015

"They're annoying" - a young fan about the police.

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Lithuania ultras 02
Vilnius, Lithuania
By Nanook
29 Mar 2015

Covering your face in the fan section is popular. Fans know that the police always examine photos from the games to find out who brought in illegal pyrotechnics.

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Lithuania ultras 03
Vilnius, Lithuania
By Nanook
29 Mar 2015

Friendship between the fans and the club is apparent at the end of every game. Fans thank the players, and the players thank the fans.

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Meroe Pyramids 01
Meroe
By sorinfurcoi
28 Mar 2015

A local guide offers camel rides to tourists and visitors.

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Meroe Pyramids 02
Meroe
By sorinfurcoi
28 Mar 2015

Locals offer camel rides to tourists and visitors. Here they wait for clients under the hot sun.

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Meroe Pyramids 03
Meroe
By sorinfurcoi
28 Mar 2015

The royal pyramids at Meroe were built in Nubia 800 years after the Egyptians finished building theirs.

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Meroe Pyramids 04
Meroe
By sorinfurcoi
28 Mar 2015

The royal pyramids at Meroe were built in Nubia 800 years after the Egyptians finished building theirs.

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Meroe Pyramids 05
Meroe
By sorinfurcoi
28 Mar 2015

These the Meroe pyramids are among the best preserved in Sudan.

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Meroe Pyramids 06
Meroe
By sorinfurcoi
28 Mar 2015

There are more than 230 pyramids in Sudan, stretching across the ancient Nubian kingdom.

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Meroe Pyramids 07
Meroe
By sorinfurcoi
28 Mar 2015

The pyramids are the burial site for more than 40 Nubian kings and queens

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Meroe Pyramids 08
Meroe
By sorinfurcoi
28 Mar 2015

Through the years the pyramids have been plundered of all their wealth.

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Meroe Pyramids 09
Meroe
By sorinfurcoi
28 Mar 2015

Some pyramids have been partially restored, looking new in comparison with their neighbours.

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Meroe Pyramids 10
Meroe
By sorinfurcoi
28 Mar 2015

Excavation of the pyramids began only in the middle of the 19th century.

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Meroe Pyramids 11
Meroe
By sorinfurcoi
28 Mar 2015

Through the years, the pyramids have been plundered of all their wealth.

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Meroe Pyramids 12
Meroe
By sorinfurcoi
28 Mar 2015

The pyramids get their name from the ancient city of Meroe, the capital of the Kingdom of Kush, an ancient African kingdom situated in what is now the Republic of Sudan.

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Meroe Pyramids 13
Meroe
By sorinfurcoi
28 Mar 2015

Renewed restoration and preservation efforts are under way. Still, visitors leave their mark, etching their names into bricks.

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Meroe Pyramids 14
Meroe
By sorinfurcoi
28 Mar 2015

Renewed restoration and preservation efforts are under way. Still, visitors leave their mark, etching their names into bricks.

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Meroe Pyramids 15
Meroe
By sorinfurcoi
28 Mar 2015

Between 1800 and 1870, Italian explorer Giuseppe Ferlini smashed the top of 40 pyramids to get to their treasure.

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Meroe Pyramids 16
Meroe
By sorinfurcoi
28 Mar 2015

'This is our history. Here our ancestors are buried,' said Abdullah who lives in Al Tarabil village, a few kilometres away from the site of the pyramids.

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Meroe Pyramids 17
Meroe
By sorinfurcoi
28 Mar 2015

What the Italian explorer Giuseppe Ferlini discovered after smashing the top of 40 pyramids was taken back to British and German museums.

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Meroe Pyramids 18
Meroe
By sorinfurcoi
28 Mar 2015

The pyramids are located northeast of Sudan near the river Nile.