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Photos marked as were added from 1 October 2017.


Country
Province
State
Place
Location
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South Korea
Korean Folk Village
 Part of a mansion.
South Korea
Korean Folk Village
 Rice candy maker.
South Korea
Suweon
 View of the modern city from the Paltal Mountains.
South Korea
Suweon
 The walls close to the city.
South Korea
Kongju
 Kongju was capital of the Paekje Kingdom from 476 to 539.
South Korea
Kongju
 Kongju is overlooked by the tombs of the kings.
South Korea
Mount Keryeong National Park
 Mount Keryeong is one of the many national parks in Korea.
South Korea
Mount Keryeong National Park
 Waterfall.
South Korea
Cheju Island
Cheju City
 View of Cheju City, the largest settlement on the island.
South Korea
Cheju Island
Cheju City
 The houses are set on a foundation of volcanic basalt.
South Korea
Cheju Island
Cheju City
 Fruit stall in the market.
South Korea
Cheju Island
Cheju City
 A harubang (Grandfather stone).
South Korea
Cheju Island
Cheju City
 Statue of Confucius.
South Korea
Cheju Island
Cheju City
 Wall made of volcanic basalt.
South Korea
Cheju Island
Cheju City
 Harbour built from lava.
South Korea
Cheju Island
Cheju City
 Radio shop.
South Korea
Cheju Island
Cheju City
 Cheju City has many Harubangs (Grandfather stones) scattered over the island and carved from black volcanic rock.
South Korea
Cheju Island
Seong Up
 The village of Seong Up.
South Korea
Cheju Island
Seong Up
 Seong Up was founded in the 14th century.
South Korea
Cheju Island
Seong Up
 Seong Up was provincial capital of Cheju Island from 1410 to 1914.
South Korea
Cheju Island
Seong Up
 The village is preserved in traditional style.
South Korea
Cheju Island
Seong Up
 The village is made from volcanic basaltic rock.
South Korea
Cheju Island
Seong Up
 Basalt implements.
South Korea
Cheju Island
Seong Up
 Basalt Statuettes.
South Korea
Cheju Island
Seong Up
 The village houses are made from lava stone and straw.
South Korea
Cheju Island
Seong Up
 A collection of harubangs.
South Korea
Cheju Island
Seong Up
 Bales of straw.
South Korea
Cheju Island
Seong Up
 View of the village.
South Korea
Cheju Island
Seong Up
 Village temple.
South Korea
Pusan
 Pusan is the largest port in Korea.
South Korea
Pusan
 The port city of Pusan.
South Korea
Kyongju
 Kyongju was the capital of Korea from 57 BC to 918.
South Korea
Kyongju
 Clock tower.
South Korea
Kyongju
 A series of shops.
South Korea
Kyongju
 A small street market.
South Korea
Kyongju
 Woman with vegetables.
South Korea
Kyongju
 Street scene.
South Korea
Kyongju
Anapji Pond
 Anapji Pond was constructed in 674.
South Korea
Kyongju
Anapji Pond
 When the pond was drained in 1975 over 33,000 items were found.
South Korea
Kyongju
Anapji Pond
 The area around the pond is popular with honeymooners.
South Korea
Kyongju
National Museum
 The National Museum is the largest in Korea.
South Korea
Yang Dong
 The pretty village of Yang Dong.
South Korea
Yang Dong
 Statue of Confucius.
South Korea
Yang Dong
 Ginsing tea is grown in the village.
South Korea
Yang Dong
 Building using traditional methods.
South Korea
Yang Dong
 Rural scene.
South Korea
Yang Dong
 Wooden outhouse.
South Korea
Yang Dong
 The village dates from the 16th century.
South Korea
Yang Dong
 Traditional wooden houses.
South Korea
Yang Dong
 House courtyard.
South Korea
Yang Dong
 The village is set in a small valley.
South Korea
Yang Dong
 Haystack.
South Korea
Yang Dong
 View of the village.
South Korea
Yang Dong
 Traditional tiled roof.
South Korea
Yang Dong
 Yang Dong is a 16th century Confucian village.
South Korea
Yang Dong
 House with thatched roof.
South Korea
Yang Dong
 A 400 year old house.
South Korea
Yang Dong
 The entrance to a 400 year old house.
South Korea
Yang Dong
 Wooden door.
South Korea
Yang Dong
 Wooden house on a stone foundation.
South Korea
Yang Dong
 Traditional gateway.
South Korea
Namsan National Park
 A college building.
Spain
Madrid
 Plaza Mayor in the heart of Madrid dates from 1619.
Spain
Madrid
 The 18th century Royal Palace in Madrid.
Spain
Madrid
 San Gines chocolateria in central Madrid. The Spanish brought chocolate from Mexico to Europe.
Spain
Madrid
 Plaza Oriente with the Royal Theatre in Madrid.
Spain
Madrid
 Tiled front to a taberna in central Madrid.
Spain
Segovia
 Segovia is an ancient city set on a walled hill. It was origanally Celtic then Roman, Moorish and Christian since 1085.
Spain
Segovia
 Plaza Mayor in Segovia is overlooked by the tower of the Church of San Miguel.
In 1474 Isobel was crowned queen of Castille here.
She later married Ferdinand of Aragon to unite Spain.
These monarchs paid for the journeys of Christopher Columbus.
Spain
Segovia
 The six level tower of the 13th century Church of San Esteban in Segovia.
Spain
Segovia
 Plaza de San Martin in the old city of Segovia.
Spain
Segovia
 The Alcazar in Segovia is a 13th century fortification. USA cartoonist Walt Disney used the design for his theme parks to represent Europe.
Spain
Toledo
 Toledo has been a capital and a city of learning for over a millenium.
Spain
Toledo
 The walled city of Toledo is surrounded on three sides by the River Tajo.
Spain
Toledo
 Toledo was a Roman settlement before becoming a Muslim capital.
It became a centre of the Catholic Church after 1085.
Spain
Toledo
 Santiago de Arrabal is a Romanesque church in Toledo.
Spain
Salamanca
 Plaza Mayor in Salamanca, an ancient University town.
Spain
Salamanca
 Detail of a building in Salamanca's Plaza Mayor.
Spain
Salamanca
 The House of Shells, a 15th Century residence in Salamanca.
Spain
Salamanca
 The elabourately carved Naciemento Door from the Cathedral in Salamanaca.
Spain
Salamanca
 Carving of Fedinand and Isabela at the entrance to the University in Salamanca.
Spain
Salamanca
 Zodiac ceiling in the University of Salamanca which dates from 1218.
Spain
Seville
 Seville is an elegant city in Andalucia.
Spain
Seville
 Seville is a city of tree lined avenues.
Spain
Seville
 The city has a large number of highly decorated buildings.
Spain
Seville
 Shopping street in the centre of the city.
Spain
Seville
 Seville had its golden age in the 11th century.
Spain
Seville
 One of the many city fountains.
Spain
Seville
 Pedestrian shopping street.
Spain
Seville
 Balconies with rejas (grills).
Spain
Seville
 Street scene in the centre of Seville.
Spain
Seville
 Bridge over the River Guadalquivir, the second longest in Spain.
Spain
Seville
 The main bull ring in Seville.
Spain
Seville
 The Gold Tower was built in 1220 and was part of the city's fortifications. It was later used to store gold from the Americas.
Spain
Seville
 The Tobacco Factory was built in 1750.
Spain
Seville
Cathedral
 The Giralda (bell tower) of the Cathedral is the symbol of Seville and dates from 1196. It was originally a minaret for the Friday Mosque.
Spain
Seville
Plaza de Espania
 Scene from the Plaza de Espania.
Spain
Seville
Plaza de Espania
 The Plaza de Espania was built in the 1920s.
Spain
Seville
 View of Seville.
Spain
Granada
 Granada was ruled by the Moors from 710 becoming independent between 1238 and 1492.

All travel photographs © 1973 - 2017 KryssTal

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