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The documentary “The engineer” tells the story of the man that unearths the dead in El Salvador’s gang wars. Israel Ticas has been trained as a civil engineer, and as forensic criminologist, every day brings with it the promise of new bodies, victims of a remorseless Salvadoran gang culture, dumped in disused wells or buried in the thicket of inaccessible woodland.
The Engineer, Documentary About the Man Unearthing the Dead in El Salvador’s Gang Wars

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The documentary “The engineer” tells the story of the man that unearths the dead in El Salvador’s gang wars. Israel Ticas has been trained as a civil engineer, and as forensic criminologist, every day brings with it the promise of new bodies, victims of a remorseless Salvadoran gang culture, dumped in disused wells or buried in the thicket of inaccessible woodland.

The Engineer, Documentary About the Man Unearthing the Dead in El Salvador’s Gang Wars

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TODRA GORGE -PROVINCE DE TINGHIR, MOROCCO
Situated on the east side of the High Atlas Mountains in Morocco, the Todra Gorge is recognized around the world as one of the most spectacular canyons.
Here, both the Todra and Dades Rivers have carved out cliff-sided canyons on their final 25-mile stretch through the mountains, leaving behind this series of reliefs and etches in the rock. The Todra is the name of the last 600 meters (just under 2,000 feet) of the canyons. In places, this gorge measures just 33 feet across, but the cliffs are more than 500 feet tall on either side. The river has since dried up, leaving only the imagination to picture the powerful natural forces that once carved this region.
Learn more about the nearby village and other amazing destinations in the area at Atlas Obscura

atlasobscura:

TODRA GORGE -PROVINCE DE TINGHIR, MOROCCO

Situated on the east side of the High Atlas Mountains in Morocco, the Todra Gorge is recognized around the world as one of the most spectacular canyons.

Here, both the Todra and Dades Rivers have carved out cliff-sided canyons on their final 25-mile stretch through the mountains, leaving behind this series of reliefs and etches in the rock. The Todra is the name of the last 600 meters (just under 2,000 feet) of the canyons. In places, this gorge measures just 33 feet across, but the cliffs are more than 500 feet tall on either side. The river has since dried up, leaving only the imagination to picture the powerful natural forces that once carved this region.

Learn more about the nearby village and other amazing destinations in the area at Atlas Obscura

Reblogged from darksilenceinsuburbia