Portraits of No Man's Land

From the old battlefields of WWI to the rebel regions of Colombia

Journeys into life on the edge, from WWI to the forbidden zones of the 21st century

A joint project between Durham University and Royal Holloway, University of London

Walk across No-Man's Land

No Man's Land, in a new light

Explore the many facets of No Man's Land and how it has been documented and re-created using modern technology

Journeys into No-Man’s Land: France

Beyond the battlefields, explore the legacies that remain today

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"No-man's land under snow is like the face of the moon: chaotic, crater ridden, uninhabitable, awful, the abode of madness."― Lieutenant Wilfred Owen, 1917

Journeys into No-Man’s Land: Colombia

Life in between: living in the Zona de Distensiòn

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“You are in no man's land. Which never moves, which never changes, which never grows older, but remains forever, icy and silent.”― Playwright Harold Pinter, 1975

Journeys into No-Man’s Land: Cyprus

Step into a modern day No Man's Land, the Cyprus Buffer Zone

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Fragments of No Man's Land

Depictions of No-Man's Land through prose, photography and objects

No man's land on film

Stories of living in the buffer zone: meet the people living next to No Man's Land

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