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Photo Subject : Cities and Towns

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Photos marked as were added from 1 October 2017.


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Province
State
Place
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Romania
Transylvania
Sighisoara
 Roof tops of the old city in Sighisoara viewed from the citadel.
Romania
Transylvania
Sighisoara
 Buildings in the citadel at Sighisoara.
Romania
Transylvania
Sighisoara
 Dracula mugs on sale in the citadel of Sighisoara.
Vlad Tepes, the inspiration for Bram Stoker's Dracula, was born in Sighisoara.
Romania
Transylvania
Sighisoara
 Medaeval buildings in the citadel at Sighisoara.
Romania
Transylvania
Sighisoara
 Roofs, spires and chimneys of the old city in Sighisoara.
Romania
Transylvania
Sighisoara
 Archway in Sighisoara.
Romania
Transylvania
Sighisoara
 Steeple of a Roman Catholic church in the old city of Sighisoara.
Romania
Transylvania
Sighisoara
 Saxon buildings in Sighisoara's citadel.
Romania
Transylvania
Sighisoara
 The 1345 Church On The Hill (right) is the highest point in the citadel at Sighisoara.
Romania
Transylvania
Sighisoara
 Pastel coloured houses in the old city of Sighisoara, surrounded by forested hills.
Romania
Transylvania
Sighisoara
 The Church of the Dominican Monastery (1556) in the citadel at Sighisoara.
Romania
Transylvania
Sighisoara
 House in the citadel, Sighisoara.
Romania
Transylvania
Sighisoara
 Cobbled street and painted houses in Sighisoara.
Romania
Transylvania
Sighisoara
 The 172 step covered stairway in Sighisoara's citadel dates from 1642.
Romania
Transylvania
Sighisoara
 At the highest point of the citadel at Sighisoara.
Romania
Medias
 Hungarian church in the Medias region.
Romania
Brateau
 Stone church at Brateau.
Romania
Copsamila
 Brightly coloured church at Copsamila.
Romania
Sibot
 The village of Sibot.
Russia
Moscow
Red Square
 Red Square is the centre of Moscow, the capital of Russia.
Russia
Moscow
Red Square
St Basil's Cathedral
 Green and white spiral domes.
Russia
Moscow
Red Square
St Basil's Cathedral
 Decorations in the cathedral.
Russia
Moscow
Red Square
 One of the towers guarding the Kremlin.
Russia
Moscow
Red Square
GUM
 The GUM Department store occupies one side of the square.
Russia
Moscow
Red Square
GUM
 The entrance to the store which was once the largest in Moscow.
Russia
Moscow
Red Square
GUM
 The multiple levels of the store.
Russia
Moscow
Red Square
GUM
 The store dates from 1893.
Russia
Moscow
Red Square
Kazan Cathedral
 Detail of the colourful cathedral.
Russia
Moscow
Red Square
State History Museum
 The State History Museum was built in 1862.
Russia
Moscow
Red Square
State History Museum
 Detail of the museum building at the northern end of Red Square.
Russia
Moscow
 North of Red Square.
Russia
Moscow
 The Synod Printing Press where Russia's first printed book was produced in 1565.
Russia
Moscow
St George's Church
 Star covered domes.
Russia
Moscow
 The 16th century wooden roofed Old English House was once a diplomatic residence.
Russia
Moscow
 Buildings on Arabat, a pedestrian street.
Russia
Moscow
Kremlin
 The entrance to the Kremlin in Moscow.
Russia
Moscow
Kremlin
 The Kremlin has been inhabited since the 12th century and was the seat of the Tzars.
Russia
Moscow
Kremlin
 The modern State Kremlin Palace dates from 1961.
Russia
Moscow
Kremlin
 The triangular Senate is the offices of the Russian president.
Russia
Moscow
Kremlin
 There are several churches inside the Kremlin walls.
Russia
Moscow
Kremlin
 The Ivan The Terrible Bell Towers are the tallest in the Kremlin.
Russia
Moscow
Kremlin
 View of the Cathedral of Christ the Saviour from the Kremlin.
Russia
Moscow
Novodevichy Monastery
 A small shrine.
Russia
Moscow
Novodevichy Monastery
Church of the Assumption
 The red and white Church of the Assumption.
Russia
Moscow
Novodevichy Monastery
Church of the Assumption
 The interior.
Russia
Moscow
 Fruit and vegetable seller.
Russia
Moscow
Monastery of the Epiphany
 The Monastery of the Epiphany was built in the 1690s.
Russia
Moscow
Monastery of the Epiphany
 The domed tower of the monastery.
Russia
Moscow
Moscow Metro
 Prospect Mira underground station is typical of the 1930s style stations of the Moscow Metro.
Russia
Moscow
Moscow Metro
 Komsomolskaya station is one of the most ornate in Moscow.
Russia
Moscow
Moscow Metro
 Arbat station.
Russia
Moscow
Moscow Metro
 Detail from Line 4 of Kievskaya station.
Russia
Moscow
Moscow Metro
 Novoslovodskaya station with its stained glass windows.
Russia
Moscow
Moscow Metro
 Stained glass window at Novoslovodskaya station.
Russia
Moscow
Moscow Metro
 Belaruskaya station.
Russia
Orel
 The war memorial in Orel.
Russia
St Petersburg
 View over St Petersburg with the Aurora Cruiser which fired the first shots in the Russian Revolution.
Russia
St Petersburg
 Blue government naval building.
Russia
St Petersburg
 Matruskas (dolls within dolls) on sale.
Russia
St Petersburg
 River scene.
Russia
St Petersburg
 The Beloselsky-Belozersky Palace is one of dozens in St Petersburg.
Russia
St Petersburg
 Nevsky Prospect is the main thoroughfare in the city.
Russia
St Petersburg
 Trollybus in front of the Singer Building on Nevsky Prospect.
Russia
St Petersburg
 Statue of Catherine The Great with her statesmen and lovers at her feet.
Russia
St Petersburg
 Nevsky Prospect is the main street in the city and is lined with shops, restaurants and hotels.
Russia
St Petersburg
 Nevsky Prospect is full of elegant buildings.
Russia
St Petersburg
 Street scene with painted building in the city centre.
Russia
St Petersburg
 The wooden Bankovsky Bridge with four griffins.
Russia
St Petersburg
 The interior of the Kazan Cathedral which dates from 1811.
Russia
St Petersburg
 The pink Strogonoff Palace is where the dish of the same name was developed.
Russia
St Petersburg
 One of many elegant buildings in the city.
Russia
St Petersburg
 The colonaded Anichkov Palace was completed in 1750.
Russia
St Petersburg
 Theatre entrance on Iskusstv Square.
Russia
St Petersburg
 Statue of the writer, Pushkin.
Russia
St Petersburg
 The Marble Palace (1785) with a statue of Alexander III, father of the last tzar.
Russia
St Petersburg
 Military carving over the entrance of the Summer Palace, built in 1714 for Peter The Great.
Russia
St Petersburg
 Palace Square.
Russia
St Petersburg
 Palace Square from above.
Russia
Trans-Siberian Railway
 Locomotive at Barabinsk station.
Russia
Trans-Siberian Railway
 The station at Omsk.
Russia
Novosibirsk
 The railway station at Novosibirsk is the largest on the Trans-Siberian railway.
Russia
Novosibirsk
 The wide streets of central Novosibirsk.
Russia
Novosibirsk
 Wooden house typical of Siberia.
Russia
Novosibirsk
 The metro at the Railway station.
Russia
Novosibirsk
 Chapel of St Nicholas in Novosibirsk.
Russia
Novosibirsk
Alexander Nevsky Cathedral
 The interior of the cathedral.
Russia
Novosibirsk
 The wide streets of the city.
Russia
Seyatel
 Wooden apartment houses at Seyatel, a small town in Siberia.
Russia
Iskitim
 Siberian homestead near Iskitim, between the Ob Sea and the Altai Mountains.
San Marino
San Marino
 San Marino is Europe's oldest republic and is completely surrounded by Italy.
San Marino
San Marino
 The main town of San Marino is set on a rocky outcrop.
San Marino
San Marino
 View to the South West from the fortified citadel of San Marino.
San Marino
San Marino
 View to the North West.
San Marino
San Marino
 The old city is surrounded by a castle-like wall.
San Marino
San Marino
 St Francis Gate.
San Marino
San Marino
 Buildings in San Marino.
San Marino
San Marino
 The citadel of San Marino is a UNESCO World Heritage site.
San Marino
San Marino
Church of the Capuchin Fathers
 The church dates from 1549.
San Marino
San Marino
Church of the Capuchin Fathers
 Stained glass window.
San Marino
San Marino
Church of the Capuchin Fathers
 Incense burner.

All travel photographs © 1973 - 2017 KryssTal

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