Tag Archives | Uzbekistan

Moynaq, Uzbekistan - August 2012. Once a center of industrial fishing with a population of 150 thousand and Uzbekistan's only port city, Moynaq is now a village of 2 thousand people. The fish factory closed in 1979 and today nothing remains of the port.

Giulia Magnani | Aral

There was once the fourth largest lake in the world. Now there are only two strips of clear water, narrowed on a land scratched by dried salty furrows. A violated nature can remember its shadow only when deformed. One can float in the melancholy beauty of what has been and is no longer, and what […]


Grégoire Eloy (Aral Dreams)

Grégoire Eloy | Aral Dreams

Once the world’s fourth-largest saline body of water with an area of 68,000 km2, the Aral Sea has been steadily shrinking since the 1960s.


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