At the end of this year 2013, Strasbourg pavers are crossed by tens of thousands of young europeans gathered by the Taizé Community. Everyone gets a responsibility, in a spirit of solidarity, to allow this huge machine to be effective. It is in this context that I have been led to support communication via social networks (a Facebook page and a Twitter account), to enable those who stayed at home to live a little of this meeting. Images below are therefore a summary of the event, they all have been published day after day (as the project was to report for social media, these images were exclusively taken using a smartphone). 

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December 26-27 Preparation

December 28 Welcome day

December 29 Taizé at EU Parliament

December 30 In the crowded Cathedral

December 31 End of the year

January 1st Pilgrims back home