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Photos marked as were added from 1 October 2017.


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Pakistan
Sehwan Sharif
Shrine of Lal Qalandar Shahbaz
 Sehwan Sharif is famous for the shrine of Lal Qalandar Shahbaz.
Pakistan
Sehwan Sharif
Shrine of Lal Qalandar Shahbaz
 The interior is highly decorated.
Pakistan
Sehwan Sharif
Shrine of Lal Qalandar Shahbaz
 The shrine is a popular pilgrimage site.
Pakistan
Sehwan Sharif
Shrine of Lal Qalandar Shahbaz
 Persian style tiles.
Pakistan
Sehwan Sharif
 The desert village of Sehwan Sharif in Sindh Province.
Pakistan
Sehwan Sharif
 Desert tomb with black Shia flag.
Pakistan
Sehwan Sharif
 Desert mosque.
Pakistan
Sehwan Sharif
 Detail of the tiled exterior of a desert mosque.
Pakistan
Sehwan Sharif
 Shop.
Pakistan
Karachi
 The modern Defence Society Mosque.
Pakistan
Karachi
 The tomb of Mohammad Ali Jinnah, the founder of Pakistan.
Pakistan
Karachi
 The Chinese chandelier in the tomb of Mohammad Ali Jinnah.
Pakistan
Karachi
 Cinema.
Pakistan
Karachi
 A mosque being built.
Panama
Panama City
 The modern metropolis of Panama City.
Panama
Panama City
 The old colonial centre of Panama City.
Panama
Panama City
 The Presidential Palace in Panama City.
Panama
Panama City
 Boat building in Panama City.
Panama
Taboga Island
 Taboga Island was once the haunt of pirates.
Panama
Taboga Island
 The Shell House, decorated with shells by its diver owner, Taboga Island.
Panama
El Valle
 Buying hats in El Valle.
Panama
El Valle
 Colourful Mola blouses, worn by Kuna women, on sale in El Valle.
Panama
Boquette
 Typical house in Boquette.
Panama
Boquette
 Coffee plantations in Boquette.
Panama
Boquette
 Guaymi houses near Boquette.
Panama
Almirante
 Almirante, a settlement on the Caribbean coast of Panama.
Panama
Bocas del Toro
 Wooden houses on Colon Island one of the Bocas del Toro islands off Panama's Caribbean coast.
Paraguay
Asuncion
 Asuncion is the small capital of Paraguay founded in 1537 and becoming capital in 1811.
Paraguay
Asuncion
 The city lies on the banks of the Rio Paraguay.
Paraguay
Asuncion
 The Rio Paraguay is part of the Rio Plata system, the second largest river system in South America.
Paraguay
Asuncion
 The Presidential Palace dates from 1860.
Paraguay
Asuncion
Casa Viola
 The Casa Viola (1750) is one of the city's few remaining colonial buildings.
Paraguay
Asuncion
Casa Viola
 Orange tress in the courtyard.
Paraguay
Asuncion
 Street scene in the busy centre.
Paraguay
Asuncion
 The courtyard of a 17th century Jesuit seminary now used for government offices.
Paraguay
Asuncion
 One of several iron wells dating from colonial times.
Paraguay
Asuncion
Palacio Legislativo
 The pink Palacio Legislativo dates from 1857.
Paraguay
Asuncion
Palacio Legislativo
 The debating chamber.
Paraguay
Asuncion
 Quiet Sunday street.
Paraguay
Asuncion
 Colonial well with ironwork.
Paraguay
Asuncion
 The Casa de la Independencia (1772) where the country's independence was declared in 1811.
Paraguay
Asuncion
Pantheon
 The Pantheon is the tomb of the country's heroes and presidents.
Paraguay
Asuncion
Pantheon
 Guards at the entrance.
Paraguay
Asuncion
Plaza de los Heroes
 The Plaza de los Heroes is the city's large but bland square.
Paraguay
Asuncion
Plaza de los Heroes
 Shoe shiners.
Paraguay
Asuncion
 Magazine stall.
Paraguay
Asuncion
 Restaurant in the city centre.
Paraguay
Asuncion
 Election posters.
Paraguay
Asuncion
 Lace making is very popular in Paraguay.
Paraguay
Asuncion
 Nanduti lace is a speciality of the country.
Paraguay
Asuncion
 Each village around Asuncion makes its own distinctive type of Nanduti lace.
Paraguay
Asuncion
 Terere is a local tea drunk through metal straws from metal cups.
Paraguay
Asuncion
 Wood panelled pharmacy.
Paraguay
Asuncion
Recova
 Recova is a covered market full of crafts.
Paraguay
Asuncion
Recova
 Nanduti lace is very colourful and unique.
Paraguay
Asuncion
Railway Station
 The British built railway station dates from 1861 and is one of the oldest in South America.
Paraguay
Asuncion
Railway Station
 One of many steam engines at Asuncion station.
Paraguay
Asuncion
Railway Station
 Old railway carriage at the station.
Paraguay
Asuncion
Railway Station
 Steam train preparing to depart from the station.
Paraguay
Asuncion
Pettirossi Market
 Metalware shop.
Paraguay
Asuncion
 Buses in the city centre.
Paraguay
Aregua
 Steam railway at Aregua, a small village near Asuncion.
Paraguay
Aregua
 Small homestead in Aregua, a village by the Rio Paraguay.
Paraguay
Aregua
 Traditional style farmhouse.
Paraguay
Aregua
 One of many small farms in the region.
Paraguay
Aregua
 Brick well.
Paraguay
Aregua
 Local bus.
Paraguay
Aregua
 Lake Ypacarai is surrounded by forest.
Paraguay
Aregua
 The shore of Lake Ypacarai.
Paraguay
Itagua
 Itagua is a village founded in 1728.
Paraguay
Itagua
 Itagua is full of houses in the Guarani-Jesuit style.
Paraguay
Itagua
 Houses in the Guarani-Jesuit style have outside pillars.
Paraguay
Itagua
 Quiet street scene.
Paraguay
Itagua
 Local school.
Paraguay
Itagua
 Typical balconied house.
Paraguay
Itagua
 Beautiful Guarani-Jesuit style mansion.
Paraguay
Itagua
 Cloistered house.
Paraguay
Itagua
 Painted house.
Paraguay
Itagua
 Lace is made in Itagua.
Paraguay
Itagua
 The village is famous for its Nanduti lace.
Paraguay
Itagua
 Lace shop, one of several in the village.
Paraguay
Itagua
 Nanduti lace is all hand made.
Paraguay
Itagua
 Detail of the very colourful Nanduti lace.
Paraguay
Itagua
 Nanduti lace is very distinctive and unique to Paraguay.
Paraguay
Itagua
 Nanduti image of a basket.
Paraguay
Itagua
 Crochet is very popular in the village.
Paraguay
Itagua
 Exquisite lacework.
Paraguay
Itagua
 Blue and white Nanduti lace.
Paraguay
Itagua
 A sample of beautiful Nanduti lace from the village of Itagua.
Paraguay
Itagua
 Very delicate lacework.
Paraguay
Ita
 Ita is a village of kilns.
Paraguay
Ita
 Ita is famous for its ceramics.
Paraguay
Ita
 Pots drying in the Sun.
Paraguay
Ita
 The ceramics of Ita are very elaborately decorated.
Paraguay
Ita
 One of the many ceramic shops in the village.
Paraguay
Ita
 Painted and unpainted ceramics.
Paraguay
Ita
 Two little piggies.
Paraguay
Yagaron
Yagaron Church
 Yagaron was a centre of Fransiscan missions during colonial times.
Paraguay
Yagaron
Yagaron Church
 Free standing wooden bell tower.
Paraguay
Yagaron
Yagaron Church
 Carved church door. Yagaron Church is a prototype of the Mission churches in Paraguay.

All travel photographs © 1973 - 2017 KryssTal

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