Photographs of marvels from across the world in Bengaluru
news Wednesday, February 11, 2015 - 05:30
The News Minute| January 8, 2015| 10.00 pm IST The ruins of Hampi, the Chola temple of Thanjavur, red sandstone monuments of Petra, the desert landscape of Wadi Rum, Blue mosque in Hagia Sophia (Istanbul) and living dragons of Komodo national park in Indonesia- all heritage sites recognised by the Unesco. Bengalureans are set to get a glimpse of photographs from these world heritage sites at a photo exhibition in the city. Nearly 120 photographs taken by travel photographers, heritage buffs and various tourism boards will feature in the exhibition. Curator of the exhibition Susheela Nair says the intention is to create awareness and intrigues. The 3-day International Photo Exhibition will be open for the public on January 10 and 11 at Alliance Francaise de Bangalore. The prize winners Twilight at Pattakadal by Shivvu K Caceres Between walls, Spain Moonrise at Saat Kaman, Champaner-Pavagadh, Gujarat by Rahul Gajjar, Baroda Silent Valley National Park, Western Ghats, Kerala by NP Jayan, Bangalore
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