mercredi, mai 30, 2007

La Grande Pagode Khanh-Anh : En Travaux


Les travaux de la grande Pagode avancent (lentement mais sûrement). Des ouvriers, venus spécialement de chine, installent les tuiles (Les tuiles viennent d'un village chinois, elles sont faites à la main, tout dans la tradition) sur le toit. Date de fin des travaux, toujours prévu pour 2010.

Work of the large Pagoda advances (slowly but surely). Workmen, come especially from China, install the tiles (the tiles come from a Chinese village, they are made with the hand) on the roof. Completion date of work, always envisaged for 2010.

23 commentaires:

Tara a dit…

I do not envy the workers! It must take hours and hours to install so many tiles. But I am sure the final result will be outstanding.

Lavenderlady a dit…

I think you shared some of this before...Or I read something about it. This will truly be something to see when it is finished. I envy you!

photowannabe a dit…

That is a long time to be working on the building. Hand made tiles are so amazing.
I can't wait to see it finished.

J. Andrew Lockhart a dit…

That's really interesting. It should really be beautiful when it's done.

Expression photo a dit…

Very interessting shots and very nice report, wich give us the opportunity to follow the construction of the amazing building.

GiuCe a dit…

China in France...! it'll be a beautiful and original building :)

have a nie day Olivier

Ming_the_Merciless a dit…

Merci beaucoup pour le vote.

Very nice photo of the temple. It is coming along VERY SLOWLY. I remember the photos you posted last year.

Keropok Man a dit…

wow!

how many tiles are used there? Maybe they published the number somewhere..

I would be so afraid to be working up there fixing the tiles!

freelancer a dit…

Sympa de faire venir les couvreurs de Chine !
Au moins le savoir faire ne se perd pas !

kris a dit…

Nice document! it's a tedious process, but am sure the end result would be worth it

www.photo-effe.com a dit…

very intersting photo to document a great work

Peter a dit…

Yes, I have heard about this fantastic project (and in Evry, of course!). Very nice to see how it progresses - slowly but surely! I understand it's financed by the bouhddists themeselves?

Zsolt a dit…

ohh:) there will be a new China town:)

Nathalie a dit…

Geniale, cette serie sur la grande pagode. J'aime bien le principe de faire travailler les specialistes originaires du pays dans le respect de la tradition.
Encore une fois, bravo Evry et bravo a toi, fidele reporter.

Des noms d'ecrivains australiens?
- Patrick White, nombreux romans
- Hugh Mackay, sociologue philosophe

Ce sont les deux dont auxquels je pense pour commencer au debut (j'ecris bien, hein?) mais j'en trouverai surement d'autres en reflechissant un peu...

Gudl a dit…

That is interesting! There is always something new to learn! I had to read up on your older posts to know what's going on.
Wow! That is quite a project!

Lori a dit…

Cette pagode est vraiment spectaculaire. J'imagine que ce soit intéressant a l'intérieur aussi. (Peut-être une photo un jour quand elle est fini.) J'espère que les ouvriers n'ont pas de vertige!

Leena a dit…

This building seems to be very high, is it no the landmark of Evry?are carrying those tiles by cargo ships ?
Fine days to you, Olivier!
(Now my PC is not any more going crazy by leaving comment to you !)

Annie a dit…

C'est splendide. Quelle attraction.

Oh, this is splendid.

Irredento Urbanita a dit…

what a great multicultural place, it's great

Abraham Lincoln a dit…

It is a beautiful set of photographs. I am glad the pagoda is there so the people have work to fix the roof. It must mean a lot to the village where the tiles were made back in China. Nice shots.

isabella a dit…

We've seen the Mosque, the Cathedral and now the buddist Pogoda...Bravo to Evry for embrasing all the religions!

jack a dit…

Evry-internationnal - délire de folklore, folie architecturale, parfum d'Asie et d'Orient - place aux sports de table et d'aileurs, çà ne doit pas être mal finalement de vivre à Evry, avec un maire aussi sympa

Jidhu Jose a dit…

nice shot