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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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Netherlands
Amsterdam
 Number seven is the world's narrowest house.
Netherlands
Amsterdam
 Dam Square is the traditional centre of the city.
Netherlands
Amsterdam
 Swing bridge.
Netherlands
Amsterdam
 The swing bridge can be opened manually.
Netherlands
Amsterdam
 Opening the swing bridge.
Netherlands
Amsterdam
 Dutch style church.
Netherlands
Amsterdam
 Bridge with tram.
Netherlands
Amsterdam
 Sailing boat in the harbour.
Netherlands
Amsterdam
 Decorated boat.
Netherlands
Amsterdam
 Wooden clogs.
Netherlands
Amsterdam
 Making wooden clogs.
Netherlands
Amsterdam
Rejksmuseum
 The Rejksmuseum.
Netherlands
Amsterdam
Anne Frank Museum
 The Anne Frank Museum.
Netherlands
Amsterdam
Anne Frank Museum
 Cooking area in the secret part of the house where Anne Frank lived with her family who were Jewish and hiding from the Nazis.
Netherlands
Amsterdam
Anne Frank Museum
 The house where Anne Frank and her family lived during the Nazi occupation of the Netherlands.
Netherlands
Amsterdam
 Rembrandt's House.
Netherlands
Amsterdam
Floriade
 A Thai garden at the Floriade festival.
Netherlands
Amsterdam
Floriade
 Tulips at the Floriade Flower Festival near Amsterdam.
Netherlands
Alkmaar
 Alkmaar is a small town.
Netherlands
Alkmaar
 Crowds of people by the canal.
Netherlands
Alkmaar
 Canalside buildings.
Netherlands
Alkmaar
 The centre of Alkmaar.
Netherlands
Alkmaar
 Swing bridge.
Netherlands
Alkmaar
 Houses by the canal.
Netherlands
Alkmaar
 Market day.
Netherlands
Alkmaar
 Bridge over the canal.
Netherlands
Alkmaar
Cheese Market
 The cheese carrying tools.
Netherlands
Alkmaar
Cheese Market
 The main building of the Sunday Cheese Market.
Netherlands
Delft
 Delft is a city of canals.
Netherlands
Delft
 A typical windmill in a street in Delft.
Netherlands
Delft
 Delft has many canals.
Netherlands
Delft
 Canalside houses.
Netherlands
Delft
 The city centre.
Netherlands
Delft
 Canalside shop.
Netherlands
Delft
 The pedestrian centre.
Netherlands
Delft
 City centre church.
Netherlands
Delft
 Canalside shop.
Netherlands
Delft
 Line of shops.
Netherlands
Delft
 Quiet street by a canal.
Netherlands
Delft
 Boat outside a house.
Netherlands
Delft
 Corner restaurant.
Netherlands
Delft
 Canalside house with garden.
Netherlands
Delft
 Canal running by a church.
Netherlands
Delft
 Canal with bridge.
Netherlands
Delft
 The city centre.
Netherlands
Delft
 Shop by a canal.
Netherlands
Delft
 Delft is famous for its blue ceramic and tile work.
Nicaragua
Granada
 Granada is the country's oldest colonial city.
Nicaragua
Granada
 Street scene with horse carriage.
Nicaragua
Granada
 Granada was founded in 1523.
Nicaragua
Granada
 The city has few motoried vehicles.
Nicaragua
Granada
 Raised pavement.
Nicaragua
Granada
 Small chapel.
Nicaragua
Granada
 Post van.
Nicaragua
Granada
 Public transport.
Nicaragua
Granada
 Shutters.
Nicaragua
Granada
 The central square.
Nicaragua
Granada
 The domed cathedral in the main square.
Nicaragua
Granada
 Child on cart.
Nicaragua
Granada
 Furniture shop.
Nicaragua
Granada
 Street scene.
Nicaragua
Granada
 Mural of Augusto Cesar Sandino, a freedom fighter assassinated in 1934.
Nicaragua
Granada
Palace of Culture
 Local art featuring The Nativity.
Nicaragua
Granada
Palace of Culture
 Painting of rural life in Nicaragua by a local artist.
Nicaragua
Lake Nicaragua
 The ferry at San Jorge.
Nicaragua
Lake Nicaragua
 The harbour at San Jorge, a small town by the lake.
Nicaragua
Lake Nicaragua
Ometepe Island
 The island consists of two volcanic cones connected by lava flows.
Nicaragua
Lake Nicaragua
Ometepe Island
Moyagalpa
 Moyagalpa is a small lakeside village.
Nicaragua
Lake Nicaragua
Ometepe Island
Moyagalpa
 Boat landing.
Nicaragua
Lake Nicaragua
Ometepe Island
Moyagalpa
 Wooden shack.
Nicaragua
Lake Nicaragua
Ometepe Island
Altagracia
 Caballero and cows in the small village of Altagracia.
Nicaragua
Lake Nicaragua
Ometepe Island
Altagracia
 Altagracia is a typical Chorotega village.
Nicaragua
Lake Nicaragua
Ometepe Island
Altagracia
 Chorotega statues are human figures with animal or bird masks.
Nicaragua
Lake Nicaragua
Ometepe Island
Altagracia
 Bird head.
Nicaragua
Lake Nicaragua
Ometepe Island
 Chorotega farmstead.
Nicaragua
Lake Nicaragua
Ometepe Island
 Small Chorotega village.
Nicaragua
Lake Nicaragua
Ometepe Island
Hacienda Magdalena
 Stove at Hacienda Magdalena, a cooperative run by 28 families.
Nicaragua
Lake Nicaragua
Ometepe Island
Hacienda Magdalena
 Coffee drying in the Sun.
Nicaragua
Lake Nicaragua
Ometepe Island
Hacienda Magdalena
 Coffee grinder.
Nicaragua
Lake Nicaragua
Las Isletas
 Fishing village.
Nicaragua
Lake Nicaragua
Las Isletas
 A small fishing village.
Nicaragua
Lake Nicaragua
Las Isletas
 Lakeside bar.
Nicaragua
Managua
 Managua has been the capital of Nicaragua since 1857.
Nicaragua
Managua
 Managua was destroyed by an earthquake in 1972 but was not rebuilt giving the centre the feel of a village or ghost town.
Nicaragua
Managua
 There is little street traffic.
Nicaragua
Managua
 The National Palace.
Nicaragua
Managua
 There are few tall buildings in the city centre.
Nicaragua
Managua
 The Cathedral has no roof or windows.
Nicaragua
Managua
 The city is very green.
Nicaragua
Managua
 The Plaza de la Revolucion.
Nicaragua
Managua
 The Theatre of Rubin Dario is named after a national poet.
Nicaragua
Managua
 Much of the city lives in tin shacks.
Nicaragua
Managua
 Many buildings remain derelict.
Nicaragua
Managua
 Temporary accommodation.
Nicaragua
Managua
 View of the National Stadium.
Nicaragua
Managua
 Street scene in the city centre.
Nicaragua
Managua
 The commercial centre.
Nicaragua
Managua
 Derelict cinema.
Nicaragua
Managua
 Car repair shop.
Nicaragua
Managua
 Managua has not recovered from the 1972 earthquake.

All travel photographs © 1973 - 2017 KryssTal

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