Vivid diversity of nationalities in the portraits of Pascal Mannarts

Vivid diversity of nationalities in the portraits of Pascal Mannarts

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For over 10 years, a Belgian photographer named Pascal Mannarts has traveled the world with a camera, immersing himself in the cultures of Asia, Africa, Latin America, and the Middle East. In his photographs, he tried to convey the inner beauty and diversity of people from different parts of our planet.

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Vivid diversity of nationalities in the portraits of Pascal Mannarts

1. Battambang, Cambodia.

Vivid diversity of nationalities in the portraits of Pascal Mannarts

2. Pashupatinath, Nepal.

Vivid diversity of nationalities in the portraits of Pascal Mannarts

3. Wadi Musa, Jordan.

Vivid diversity of nationalities in the portraits of Pascal Mannarts

4. Varanasi, India.

Vivid diversity of nationalities in the portraits of Pascal Mannarts

5. Tagonng, China.

Vivid diversity of nationalities in the portraits of Pascal Mannarts

6. Srimangal, Bangladesh.

Vivid diversity of nationalities in the portraits of Pascal Mannarts

7. Jaisalmer, India.

Vivid diversity of nationalities in the portraits of Pascal Mannarts

8. Korho, Ethiopia.

Vivid diversity of nationalities in the portraits of Pascal Mannarts

9. Amritsar, India.

Vivid diversity of nationalities in the portraits of Pascal Mannarts

10. Buddhist monastery Tiksi, India.

Vivid diversity of nationalities in the portraits of Pascal Mannarts

11. Banfora, Burkina Faso.

Vivid diversity of nationalities in the portraits of Pascal Mannarts

12. Tamga, Kyrgyzstan.

Vivid diversity of nationalities in the portraits of Pascal Mannarts

13. Bandiagara, Mali.

Vivid diversity of nationalities in the portraits of Pascal Mannarts

14. Gobi Desert, Mongolia.

Vivid diversity of nationalities in the portraits of Pascal Mannarts

15. Bodnath Temple, Nepal.

Vivid diversity of nationalities in the portraits of Pascal Mannarts

16. Tokyo, Japan.

Vivid diversity of nationalities in the portraits of Pascal Mannarts

17. Mbour, Senegal.

Vivid diversity of nationalities in the portraits of Pascal Mannarts

18. Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

Vivid diversity of nationalities in the portraits of Pascal Mannarts

19. Ubud, Bali Indonesia.

Vivid diversity of nationalities in the portraits of Pascal Mannarts

20. Shiraz, Iran.

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