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Photo Subject : Cities and Towns

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Photos marked as were added from 1 October 2017.


Country
Province
State
Place
Location
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Montenegro
Budvar
 Small square.
Montenegro
Budvar
 The citadel.
Montenegro
Budvar
Church of St Trojice
 The Church of St Trojice.
Montenegro
Budvar
 Houses in Budvar.
Montenegro
Budvar
 Narrow streets.
Montenegro
Budvar - Bar
Sveti Stefan
 The island of Sveti Stefan.
Montenegro
Budvar - Bar
 Coastal village.
Montenegro
Petrovac
 The beach at Petrovac.
Montenegro
Petrovac
 The bay is surrounded by mountains.
Montenegro
Cetinje
 Cetinje is a city in the mountains 650m above the coast.
Montenegro
Cetinje
 The pastel coloured buildings of Cetinje, former capital of the region.
Montenegro
Cetinje
 Street scene.
Montenegro
Cetinje
 A mansion that was a former embassy. Cetinje is the old capital of Montenegro when it was a principality.
Montenegro
Cetinje
 Pastel coloured shops.
Montenegro
Cetinje
 Large square.
Montenegro
Cetinje
 Cetinje is surrounded by mountains.
Montenegro
Bar
 Chalets in the hills near Bar.
Morocco
Marakesh
 Street scene in Marakesh.
Morocco
Marakesh
 The 12th century Koutoubia Minaret.
Morocco
Marakesh
 Gateway to the kasbah.
Morocco
Marakesh
 Bahia Palace.
Morocco
Asni
 The village of Asni (near Marakesh).
Morocco
Fez
Royal Palace
 The Royal Palace at Fez.
Morocco
Fez
Royal Palace
 The main entrance to the palace.
Morocco
Meknes
 Overlooking Meknes.
Morocco
Tangiers
 The beach at Tangiers on the Mediterranean Sea.
Morocco
Tangiers
Sidi Bou Abib Mosque
 Detail of the decorated square minaret.
Morocco
Tangiers
Medina
 The Medina (old city).
Morocco
Tangiers
Medina
 Street scene in the old city.
Morocco
Tangiers
Medina
 Water seller.
Morocco
Tangiers
Kasbah
 The entrance to the Kasbah.
Morocco
Tangiers
Kasbah
 The steep and narrow streets of the Kasbah.
Morocco
Tangiers
Kasbah
 Decorated building.
Morocco
Tangiers
Kasbah
 Large square.
Morocco
Tangiers
Kasbah
 Narrow street scene.
Morocco
Tangiers
Kasbah
 Twisting steps.
Morocco
Asilah
 Asilah is a 3500 year old Phoenician port.
Morocco
Asilah
 A church from the Spanish period of 1912 to 1956.
Morocco
Asilah
 Asilah was Portuguese between 1471 and 1549.
Morocco
Asilah
 Moroccan style entrance in the old town.
Morocco
Asilah
 A quiet square.
Morocco
Asilah
 Street scene in the town centre.
Morocco
Asilah
 Whitewashed buildings.
Morocco
Asilah
 The marina.
Morocco
Asilah
 Boat on the Atlantic coast.
Myanmar
Rangoon
 Street scene in Rangoon, the capital of Myanmar.
Myanmar
Rangoon
Shwedagon Pagoda
 The Shwedagon Pagoda is 58m high and covered in gold plates.
Myanmar
Rangoon
Shwedagon Pagoda
 The pagoda is topped by an orb containing 4351 diamonds.
Myanmar
Rangoon
Shwedagon Pagoda
 The pagoda was occupied by the British between 1852 and 1929.
Myanmar
Rangoon
Shwedagon Pagoda
 View across the pagoda.
Myanmar
Rangoon
Shwedagon Pagoda
 Pilgrims walk around the pagoda on the marble floors.
Myanmar
Rangoon
Shwedagon Pagoda
 A shrine in Indian style.
Myanmar
Rangoon
Shwedagon Pagoda
 Visiting the pagoda in the rain.
Myanmar
Rangoon
Shwedagon Pagoda
 The pagoda is crammed full of shrines and temples.
Myanmar
Rangoon
Shwedagon Pagoda
 Different styles of roofs.
Myanmar
Rangoon
Shwedagon Pagoda
 Structure on the Eastern side of the complex.
Myanmar
Rangoon
Shwedagon Pagoda
 A collection of spires.
Myanmar
Rangoon
Shwedagon Pagoda
 Painted images of the Buddha.
Myanmar
Rangoon
Shwedagon Pagoda
 Guilded Buddha.
Myanmar
Rangoon
Shwedagon Pagoda
 Pilgrims sitting in a shrine.
Myanmar
Rangoon
Shwedagon Pagoda
 Buddha with flowers.
Myanmar
Rangoon
Shwedagon Pagoda
 Orange roof.
Myanmar
Rangoon
Shwedagon Pagoda
 Pilgrims walking along the many shrines of the Shwedagon Pagoda.
Myanmar
Mandalay
 Mandalay and the Irrawady River.
Myanmar
Mandalay
 Bus in Mandalay.
Myanmar
Mandalay
Mandalay Hill
 The base of Mandalay Hill, an important pilgrimage site.
Myanmar
Mandalay
Mandalay Hill
 One of the many Buddha shrines on the summit of the hill.
Myanmar
Mandalay
Mandalay Hill
 Golden coloured Buddha statue.
Myanmar
Mandalay
Mandalay Hill
 Children's play area.
Myanmar
Mandalay
Mandalay Hill
 The golden spire of the Kuthodaw Pagoda.
Myanmar
Mandalay
Sandamuni Pagoda
 View of the Sandamuni Pagoda.
Myanmar
Mandalay
Mahamuni Pagoda
 Crowds of pilgrims at the Mahamuni Pagoda.
Myanmar
Mandalay
Mahamuni Pagoda
 People by the sacred pond.
Myanmar
Mandalay
Irrawady River
 Mandalay sits on the banks of the Irrawady River.
Myanmar
Mandalay
Irrawady River
 The busy port area.
Myanmar
Mandalay
Irrawady River
 Ferry on the Irrawady.
Myanmar
Mandalay
Irrawady River
 Loading a ferry.
Myanmar
Mandalay
Irrawady River
 Riverside shrines.
Myanmar
Mingun
 The grounds of a small monastery.
Myanmar
Mingun
Hsinbyume Pagoda
 The Hsinbyume Pagoda.
Myanmar
Mingun
Hsinbyume Pagoda
 The pagoda dates from 1816.
Myanmar
Mingun
Hsinbyume Pagoda
 The pagoda was built by King Bagyidan in memory of his favourite wife.
Myanmar
Mingun
Hsinbyume Pagoda
 Alibaster carved stupa.
Myanmar
Mingun
Mingun Pagoda
 Mingun is dominated by the unfinished Mingun Pagoda.
Myanmar
Mingun
Mingun Pagoda
 The pagoda is made from red Earth.
Myanmar
Mingun
Mingun Pagoda
 The pagoda has a base 72m square and 50m high.
Myanmar
Mingun
Mingun Pagoda
 Crack in the pagoda caused by an earthquake.
Myanmar
Sagaing
 Sagaing is a small village on the banks of the Irrawady.
Myanmar
Sagaing
Kaunghmudan Pagoda
 One of the many buildings in the complex.
Myanmar
Sagaing
 Sagaing is dotted with many ancient brick buildings.
Myanmar
Sagaing
 Ancient red brick buildings.
Myanmar
Sagaing
 Pagoda dominating the village.
Myanmar
Sagaing
 Boats on the Irrawady River.
Namibia
Rundu
 Shopping in Rundu.
Namibia
Khorixas
 Khorixas is a small settlement in northern Namibia.
Namibia
Swakopmund
 Swakopmund was once a German colonial city as can be seen from the architecture.
Namibia
Swakopmund
 Quiet street scene in the centre of Swakopmund.
Namibia
Swakopmund
 Colourful buildings along Post Street, the main thoroughfare of Swakopmund.
Namibia
Swakopmund
 The State House (1902) in Swakopmund was the residence of the president. The light-house is beyond.
Namibia
Swakopmund
 Yellow coloured church in Swakopmund.

All travel photographs © 1973 - 2017 KryssTal

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