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Photos marked as were added from 23 September 2019.


Country
Province
State
Place
Location
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Description Year
Taken
Mexico
Oaxaca
Cathedral
 The Cathedral dates from 1553.
1991
Mexico
Oaxaca
Cathedral
 Detailed stone carving by the entrance.
1991
Mexico
Oaxaca
 The covered market.
1991
Mexico
Oaxaca
 City bus.
1991
Mexico
Oaxaca
 Church of the Company of Jesus.
1991
Mexico
Oaxaca
Government Palace
 The interior courtyard of the Government Palace.
1991
Mexico
Oaxaca
Government Palace
 The palace contains murals showing the history of the Oaxaca Valley which has been inhabited since 8000 BC.
1991
Mexico
Oaxaca
 The colonial city centre.
1991
Mexico
Oaxaca
 Street scene.
1991
Mexico
Oaxaca
San Filipe Neri Church
 The church dates from the 16th century.
1991
Mexico
Oaxaca
San Filipe Neri Church
 Detail of the exterior stonework.
1991
Mexico
Oaxaca
Basilica La Soledad
 Stonework above the entrance.
1991
Mexico
Oaxaca
 Train passing next to a street.
1991
Mexico
Oaxaca
 The interior of San Domingo (1570).
1991
Mexico
Oaxaca
San Domingo Monastery
 The San Domingo Monastery.
1991
Mexico
Oaxaca
San Domingo Monastery
 Original frescos from the monastery.
1991
Mexico
Oaxaca Valley
Ocatlan
 Ocatlan is a Zapotec market town in the Oaxaca Valley.
1991
Mexico
Oaxaca Valley
Ocatlan
 Straw mats.
1991
Mexico
Oaxaca Valley
Ocatlan
 Ploughs.
1991
Mexico
Oaxaca Valley
Ocatlan
 Sugar cane.
1991
Mexico
Oaxaca Valley
Ocatlan
 Ceramics.
1991
Mexico
Oaxaca Valley
Ocatlan
 Carpets.
1991
Mexico
Oaxaca Valley
Monte Alban
 View of the city of Oaxaca.
1991
Mexico
Oaxaca Valley
Monte Alban
 Oaxaca at dawn.
1991
Mexico
Oaxaca Valley
Tlacochuhuaya
 Tlacochuhuaya is a Zapotec village with an Aztec name.
1991
Mexico
Oaxaca Valley
Tlacochuhuaya
Church of San Jeronimo
 Zapotec wood carving and painting.
1991
Mexico
Oaxaca Valley
Tlacochuhuaya
Church of San Jeronimo
 Religious painting.
1991
Mexico
Oaxaca Valley
Yanhuitlan
 The village near the monastery.
1991
Mexico
Chiapas Highlands
Amatenango
 Amatenango is a Tzeltal village famous for its pottery.
1991
Mexico
Chiapas Highlands
Amatenango
 The pottery of Amatenango is made without the use of a potter's wheel and fired by burning wood around it.
1991
Mexico
Chiapas
San Cristobal de las Casas
 San Cristobal de las Casas is a town at 2110m.
1991
Mexico
Chiapas
San Cristobal de las Casas
 The inhabitants are descendents of the Mayans.
1991
Mexico
Chiapas
San Cristobal de las Casas
 The people are mainly Tzotzil and Tzeltal.
1991
Mexico
Chiapas
San Cristobal de las Casas
 The Catholicism in the town is mixed with many pre-Hispanic rites.
1991
Mexico
Chiapas
San Cristobal de las Casas
 Shop front.
1991
Mexico
Chiapas
San Cristobal de las Casas
Santo Domingo Church
 The exterior carvings.
1991
Mexico
Chiapas
San Cristobal de las Casas
Santo Domingo Church
 The church dates from the 16rh century.
1991
Mexico
Chiapas
San Cristobal de las Casas
 Marimba originated in Southern Mexico and Guatemala.
1991
Mexico
Chiapas
San Cristobal de las Casas
 Craft market.
1991
Mexico
Chiapas
San Cristobal de las Casas
 Elegant buildings in the colonial centre.
1991
Mexico
Chiapas
San Cristobal de las Casas
 Hilltop church.
1991
Mexico
Chiapas
San Cristobal de las Casas
Independence Day
 Crowds watching the Independence Day parades.
1991
Mexico
Chiapas
Chamula
 Chamula is a religious centre for a large area.
1991
Mexico
Chiapas
Chamula
 The village is in a rural setting.
1991
Mexico
Chiapas
Chamula
 The village is set in rolling hills.
1991
Mexico
Chiapas
Chamula
 The village is a centre of the Tzotzil people, descendants of the Maya.
1991
Mexico
Chiapas
Chamula
 The Sunday market.
1991
Mexico
Chiapas
Chamula
 The main church of Chamula.
1991
Mexico
Chiapas
Chamula
 Traditional houses.
1991
Mexico
Chiapas
Chamula
 Farms.
1991
Mexico
Chiapas
Sumidero Canyon
 Chiapa de Corzo is a town on the Grijalva River.
1991
Mexico
Campeche
 Plaza Principal in Campeche, formerly a Mayan port city.
1995
Mexico
Campeche
 The Spanish colonial city dates from 1517.
1995
Mexico
Campeche
 The colonial centre.
1995
Mexico
Campeche
San Carlos Balwark
 View from San Carlos Balwark.
1995
Mexico
Campeche
San Carlos Balwark
 Spanish cannon.
1995
Mexico
Campeche
San Carlos Balwark
 Dungeon with stocks.
1995
Mexico
Campeche
 San Pedro Balwark.
1995
Mexico
Campeche
 San Fransisco Balwark.
1995
Mexico
Campeche
Carvajal Mansion
 The lower floor of the Carvajal Mansion, built in the early 20th century by a plantation owner.
1995
Mexico
Campeche
Carvajal Mansion
 The mansion is famous for its beautiful staircase.
1995
Mexico
Yucatan
Merida
 Merida is the capital of the Yucatan, a peninsula inhabited by the descendenats of the Mayas.
1995
Mexico
Yucatan
Merida
 The Cathedral was completed in 1598 on the site of a Mayan temple.
1991
Mexico
Yucatan
Merida
 The Casa de Montejo has a carving of triumphant Conqistedors atop the heads of defeated Mayas.
1991
Mexico
Yucatan
Merida
Municipal Palace
 The Municipal Palace (1542) was once a jail house.
1991
Mexico
Yucatan
Merida
Municipal Palace
 Arcades.
1991
Mexico
Yucatan
Merida
Government Palace
 The Government Palace dates from 1542.
1991
Mexico
Yucatan
Merida
Government Palace
 The palace contains a series of murals by Fernando Castro showing the interaction between the Spanish and the Mayas.
1991
Mexico
Yucatan
Merida
Government Palace
 View from the courtyard.
1991
Mexico
Yucatan
Merida
 Most buildings date from the 16th century.
1991
Mexico
Yucatan
Merida
 Much of Spanish Merida was built by Mayan slaves.
1991
Mexico
Yucatan
Merida
 Large mansion along Paseo Montejo.
1991
Mexico
Yucatan
Merida
 The colonial centre.
1991
Mexico
Yucatan
Merida
 Movie posters for USA movies.
1991
Mexico
Yucatan
Merida
 Mayan village house.
1991
Mexico
Yucatan
Coba
 Mayan village by the lake at Coba.
1995
Mexico
Yucatan
Coba
 Mayan house.
1995
Moldova
Chisinau
 Detail of a blue domed Orthodox church in Chisinau, the capital of Moldova.
2009
Moldova
Chisinau
 Packed trollybus.
2009
Moldova
Chisinau
Central Market
 Fish on sale at the Central Market.
2009
Moldova
Chisinau
Central Market
 The cheese emporium.
2009
Moldova
Chisinau
Central Market
 Pomygranites.
2009
Moldova
Chisinau
 Street scene in central Chisinau.
2009
Moldova
Chisinau
 Shop signs.
2009
Moldova
Chisinau
 Shop front.
2009
Moldova
Chisinau
 Pipes and cigarette holders at the flea market in central Chisinau.
2009
Moldova
Chisinau
 Parcul Catedralei is the city's main square.
2009
Moldova
Chisinau
 Trollybuses at the Parcul Catedralei.
2009
Moldova
Chisinau
Flower Market
 Displays at the Flower Market.
2009
Moldova
Chisinau
Flower Market
 Roses for sale.
2009
Moldova
Chisinau
Flower Market
 The Flower Market is open 24 hours a day.
2009
Moldova
Chisinau
 Unusual shaped church.
2009
Monaco
Monaco
 Monaco is a small state (1.95 square kilometres) surrounded by France.
2009
Monaco
Monaco
 The railway station at Monaco is set in tunnel in the hillside.
2009
Monaco
Monaco
Monaco Ville
 Monaco Ville is the old city of Monaco and is situated on a rock 60m high and 800m long.
2009
Monaco
Monaco
Monaco Ville
Royal Palace
 The old city is set on a 60m high rock and is dominated by the Royal Palace.
2009
Monaco
Monaco
Monaco Ville
Royal Palace
 The Royal Palace is home to the rulers of Monaco.
2009
Monaco
Monaco
Monaco Ville
Royal Palace
 Entrance to the palace.
2009
Monaco
Monaco
Monaco Ville
Royal Palace
 The garden of the palace.
2009
Monaco
Monaco
Monaco Ville
Royal Palace
 Courtyard.
2009

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