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LIANGSHAN, CHINA - MAY 14: (CHINA OUT) Pupils from Atuler village climb vines hung on the cliff to go home after school on May 14, 2016 in Liangshan Yi Autonomous Prefecture, Sichuan Province of China. 72 families lived in Atuler village on the 800-meter cliff at Meigu River Canyon in Liangshan Yi Autonomous Prefecture. 15 pupils, aged 6 to 15, accompanied by 3 adults regularly spent 2 hours climbing 17 vines ladders hung on the 800-meter-high cliff to go between school and home twice a month. Villagers used the same ladders to go to the nearest market once a week to sell peppers and walnuts and buy necessities. ©Exclusivepix Media, Image: 286846977, License: Rights-managed, Restrictions: , Model Release: no, Credit line: Profimedia, Exclusivepix
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Djeca iz sela Atuler u kineskoj provinciji Sečuan do škole moraju proći jedan od najopasnijih puteva na svijetu, koji im još k tome uzima oko dva sata pješačenja.

Nakon brojnih apela u svibnju prošle godine vezanih uz sigurnost djece koja se penju po drvenim ljestvama i lijanama, bez ikakve zaštite, po litici visokoj 800 metara, drvene su ljestve zamijenjene sigurnijim, čeličnima, no put još uvijek izgleda zastrašujuće.

LIANGSHAN, CHINA - MAY 14: (CHINA OUT) Pupils from Atuler village climb vines hung on the cliff to go home after school on May 14, 2016 in Liangshan Yi Autonomous Prefecture, Sichuan Province of China. 72 families lived in Atuler village on the 800-meter cliff at Meigu River Canyon in Liangshan Yi Autonomous Prefecture. 15 pupils, aged 6 to 15, accompanied by 3 adults regularly spent 2 hours climbing 17 vines ladders hung on the 800-meter-high cliff to go between school and home twice a month. Villagers used the same ladders to go to the nearest market once a week to sell peppers and walnuts and buy necessities. ©Exclusivepix Media, Image: 286846964, License: Rights-managed, Restrictions: , Model Release: no, Credit line: Profimedia, Exclusivepix
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Fotografija snimljena u svibnju prošle godine dok su još bile stare, drvene ljestve

LIANGSHAN, CHINA - MAY 14: (CHINA OUT) Pupils from Atuler village climb vines hung on the cliff to go home after school on May 14, 2016 in Liangshan Yi Autonomous Prefecture, Sichuan Province of China. 72 families lived in Atuler village on the 800-meter cliff at Meigu River Canyon in Liangshan Yi Autonomous Prefecture. 15 pupils, aged 6 to 15, accompanied by 3 adults regularly spent 2 hours climbing 17 vines ladders hung on the 800-meter-high cliff to go between school and home twice a month. Villagers used the same ladders to go to the nearest market once a week to sell peppers and walnuts and buy necessities. ©Exclusivepix Media, Image: 286846959, License: Rights-managed, Restrictions: , Model Release: no, Credit line: Profimedia, Exclusivepix
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LIANGSHAN, CHINA - MAY 14: (CHINA OUT) Pupils from Atuler village climb vines hung on the cliff to go home after school on May 14, 2016 in Liangshan Yi Autonomous Prefecture, Sichuan Province of China. 72 families lived in Atuler village on the 800-meter cliff at Meigu River Canyon in Liangshan Yi Autonomous Prefecture. 15 pupils, aged 6 to 15, accompanied by 3 adults regularly spent 2 hours climbing 17 vines ladders hung on the 800-meter-high cliff to go between school and home twice a month. Villagers used the same ladders to go to the nearest market once a week to sell peppers and walnuts and buy necessities. ©Exclusivepix Media, Image: 286846954, License: Rights-managed, Restrictions: , Model Release: no, Credit line: Profimedia, Exclusivepix
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U selu Atuler žive 72 obitelji, a u školu dvaput mjesečno ide 15 učenika u dobi od šest do 15 godina uz pratnju troje odraslih.

Ovaj opasni put koriste i seljani kako bi jednom tjedno došli do najbliže tržnice gdje prodaju namirnice koje uzgajaju - ljute papričice i orahe, ali i kako bi se sami opskrbili potrepštinama.

LIANGSHAN, CHINA - NOVEMBER 19: A villager ties a rope on his son for safety on the mountain on November 19, 2016 in Liangshan Yi Autonomous Prefecture, Sichuan Province of China. A new steel ladder opened in early November to replace the old vines on the cliff up to the Atuler village in Liangshan. Over 20 students, from the school at the foot of the 1,400-meter-tall mountain, could climb the steel ladder as a safer and shorter way leading home on the 800-meter cliff at Meigu River Canyon., Image: 306544579, License: Rights-managed, Restrictions: , Model Release: no, Credit line: Profimedia, ChinaFotoPress
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Otac je vezao špagu oko sina zbog sigurnosti

LIANGSHAN, CHINA - NOVEMBER 19: Children climb the steel ladder on the cliff on November 19, 2016 in Liangshan Yi Autonomous Prefecture, Sichuan Province of China. A new steel ladder opened in early November to replace the old vines on the cliff up to the Atuler village in Liangshan. Over 20 students, from the school at the foot of the 1,400-meter-tall mountain, could climb the steel ladder as a safer and shorter way leading home on the 800-meter cliff at Meigu River Canyon., Image: 306544576, License: Rights-managed, Restrictions: , Model Release: no, Credit line: Profimedia, ChinaFotoPress
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U studenom prošle godine seljani su dobili malo sigurnije čelične ljestve

LIANGSHAN, CHINA - NOVEMBER 19: Children walk on the mountain on November 19, 2016 in Liangshan Yi Autonomous Prefecture, Sichuan Province of China. A new steel ladder opened in early November to replace the old vines on the cliff up to the Atuler village in Liangshan. Over 20 students, from the school at the foot of the 1,400-meter-tall mountain, could climb the steel ladder as a safer and shorter way leading home on the 800-meter cliff at Meigu River Canyon., Image: 306544575, License: Rights-managed, Restrictions: , Model Release: no, Credit line: Profimedia, ChinaFotoPress
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LIANGSHAN, CHINA - NOVEMBER 19: Children climb the steel ladder on the cliff on November 19, 2016 in Liangshan Yi Autonomous Prefecture, Sichuan Province of China. A new steel ladder opened in early November to replace the old vines on the cliff up to the Atuler village in Liangshan. Over 20 students, from the school at the foot of the 1,400-meter-tall mountain, could climb the steel ladder as a safer and shorter way leading home on the 800-meter cliff at Meigu River Canyon., Image: 306544564, License: Rights-managed, Restrictions: , Model Release: no, Credit line: Profimedia, ChinaFotoPress
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U studenom prošle godine seljani su dobili malo sigurnije čelične ljestve

The bridal procession climb on the newly-built metal ladder with hand railings to Ahtuler village on a cliff in Zhaojue county in southwest China's Sichuan province Wednesday Nov. 09, 2016. There were 17 such vine ladders on the 800-meter-up way between the village on the top of a mountain and the valley beneath it. New metal ladders were built recently to reduce the risk of the villagers, especially of the school children, after media coverage., Image: 305547583, License: Rights-managed, Restrictions: , Model Release: no, Credit line: Profimedia, Newscom
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LIANGSHAN, CHINA - MAY 14: (CHINA OUT) Pupils from Atuler village climb vines hung on the cliff to go home after school on May 14, 2016 in Liangshan Yi Autonomous Prefecture, Sichuan Province of China. 72 families lived in Atuler village on the 800-meter cliff at Meigu River Canyon in Liangshan Yi Autonomous Prefecture. 15 pupils, aged 6 to 15, accompanied by 3 adults regularly spent 2 hours climbing 17 vines ladders hung on the 800-meter-high cliff to go between school and home twice a month. Villagers used the same ladders to go to the nearest market once a week to sell peppers and walnuts and buy necessities. ©Exclusivepix Media, Image: 286846980, License: Rights-managed, Restrictions: , Model Release: no, Credit line: Profimedia, Exclusivepix
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Fotografija snimljena u svibnju prošle godine dok su još bile stare, drvene ljestve

 

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