Cuzco Venice Jerusalem

Search Results : 13126 Photos

Page 120 of 132

[Previous Page (119)] [Next Page (121)]

Photo Subject : Cities and Towns

Click on the images below to see a larger version of the picture.

Photos marked as were added from 1 October 2017.


Country
Province
State
Place
Location
Click
to View
Description
Spain
Granada
 The 15th century Casa de los Tiros is a mansion.
Spain
Granada
 The Albaicin is the largest Moorish Quarter in Spain.
Spain
Granada
Albaicin
 Buildings in the Albaicin, the largest Moorish quarter in Spain.
Spain
Granada
Albaicin
 The old Muslim quarter.
Spain
Granada
Albaicin
 Small square with terraced restaurant.
Spain
Granada
Albaicin
 Narrow steps.
Spain
Granada
Albaicin
 Traditional house.
Spain
Granada
Albaicin
 Decorated house.
Spain
Granada
Albaicin
 Views from Albaicin.
Spain
Granada
Albaicin
 St Nicolas.
Spain
Granada
Albaicin
 Street scene.
Spain
Granada
Albaicin
 View of the Cathedral from Albaicin.
Spain
Fuengirola
 Fuengirola is a resort on the Costa del Sol.
Spain
Fuengirola
 The beach at Fuengirola.
Spain
Fuengirola
 The marina.
Spain
Fuengirola
 One of the town's many murals.
Spain
Fuengirola
 Bull fighting poster.
Spain
Fuengirola
 A small street shrine.
Spain
Mijas
 Mijas is a small village in the mountains.
Spain
Mijas
 Mijas overlooks the Mediterranean Sea.
Spain
Mijas
 Typical Andalucian house.
Spain
Mijas
 Steep narrow road.
Spain
Ronda
 Buildings close to the cliff face.
Spain
Ronda
 The 130m high gorge.
Spain
Ronda
 The 18th century arched bridge that spans the gorge.
Spain
Ronda
 The pretty streets of Ronda.
Spain
Ronda
 Narrow street with archway.
Spain
Ronda
 Windows with grills.
Spain
Ronda
 Street scene in Ronda with pastel coloured houses.
Spain
Ronda
 Cobbled hilly streets.
Spain
Ronda
 View over Ronda.
Spain
Ronda
 Doorway with tiled picture.
Spain
Cordoba
 Cordoba was the largest city of Roman Spain and a Muslim capital for three centuries.
Spain
Cordoba
Juderia
 Juderia is the city's walled Moorish and Jewish sector.
Spain
Cordoba
Juderia
 Archway over a narrow street with grilled windows.
Spain
Cordoba
Juderia
 Narrow streets in the old city.
Spain
Cordoba
 Street scene in central Cordoba.
Spain
Cordoba
 Roman bridge over the Guadalquivir River.
Spain
Cordoba
 Tourist transport in Cordoba.
Spain
Cordoba
 Tree lined street.
Spain
Cordoba
Plaza del Porto
 The Plaza del Porto is mentioned in the novel, Don Quixote.
Spain
Cordoba
Plaza del Porto
 Detail of the fountain in the plaza.
Spain
Cordoba
 Flowery balconies.
Spain
Pyrenees
 Small village.
Spain
Pyrenees
 Village in the Pyrenees.
Spain
Pyrenees
 Farmland.
Spain
Pyrenees
 Riverside village.
Spain
Barcelona
 Barcelona is the capital of the Catalan region of Spain.
Spain
Barcelona
 Barcelona is port city.
Spain
Barcelona
Placa Catalunya
 Placa Catalunya is between the new and old cities of Barcelona.
Spain
Barcelona
Placa Catalunya
 The placa is very popular.
Spain
Barcelona
Placa Catalunya
 Fountain.
Spain
Barcelona
Placa Catalunya
 The northern entrance to La Rambla.
Spain
Barcelona
La Rambla
 La Rambla is the main pedestrianised thoroughfare in old Barcelona.
Spain
Barcelona
La Rambla
 La Rambla began life as a stream (Ramla in Arabic).
Spain
Barcelona
La Rambla
 La Rambla is lined with elegant buildings.
Spain
Barcelona
La Rambla
 The old city streets radiate from La Rambla.
Spain
Barcelona
La Rambla
 The Poliorama Theatre was home to George Orwell during the Spanish Civil War.
Spain
Barcelona
La Rambla
Betlem Church
 The church is highly decorated on the outside.
Spain
Barcelona
La Rambla
Betlem Church
 The entrance to the Betlem Church. The interior was gutted during the Spanish Civil War.
Spain
Barcelona
La Rambla
 Tiled fountain.
Spain
Barcelona
La Rambla
 La Rambla is always busy.
Spain
Barcelona
Boqueria Market
 The Boqueria is the city's most famous market.
Spain
Barcelona
Boqueria Market
 Nuts and dried fruit.
Spain
Barcelona
Boqueria Market
 Delicatessen.
Spain
Barcelona
Boqueria Market
 Fruit juices.
Spain
Barcelona
Boqueria Market
 Biscuit shop.
Spain
Barcelona
Boqueria Market
 Pulses and spices.
Spain
Barcelona
Boqueria Market
 Shellfish.
Spain
Barcelona
Boqueria Market
 Oysters.
Spain
Barcelona
Boqueria Market
 Cured hams.
Spain
Barcelona
Boqueria Market
 The tapas bars in the market are popular places to eat.
Spain
Barcelona
Boqueria Market
 One of the many tapas bars.
Spain
Barcelona
Boqueria Market
 Ham and cheese snacks.
Spain
Barcelona
Boqueria Market
 Paella, a Catalan dish.
Spain
Barcelona
Boqueria Market
 Eggs.
Spain
Barcelona
Boqueria Market
 Fish shop.
Spain
Barcelona
Boqueria Market
 Flounders, prawns, cuttle fish and shell fish.
Spain
Barcelona
Boqueria Market
 Octopus and cuttlefish.
Spain
Barcelona
Boqueria Market
 Prawns.
Spain
Barcelona
Boqueria Market
 Lobsters.
Spain
Barcelona
Boqueria Market
 Crab.
Spain
Barcelona
Boqueria Market
 Red mullet.
Spain
Barcelona
Boqueria Market
 The Boqueria is the city's most famous market and is named after the convent once on the site.
Spain
Barcelona
Boqueria Market
 Mushrooms.
Spain
Barcelona
Boqueria Market
 Food stall selling fried seafood.
Spain
Barcelona
Boqueria Market
 Fried prawns.
Spain
Barcelona
Boqueria Market
 Fried seafood.
Spain
Barcelona
Boqueria Market
 Fried fish.
Spain
Barcelona
Boqueria Market
 Pizza stand.
Spain
Barcelona
Boqueria Market
 Fruit and juices.
Spain
Barcelona
Boqueria Market
 Bread.
Spain
Barcelona
Boqueria Market
 Delicatessen.
Spain
Barcelona
Boqueria Market
 Middle Eastern sweets.
Spain
Barcelona
Boqueria Market
 Olives.
Spain
Barcelona
Boqueria Market
 Tripe.
Spain
Barcelona
Boqueria Market
 Ham and cheese shop.
Spain
Barcelona
Boqueria Market
 Fruit stall.
Spain
Barcelona
Boqueria Market
 Sweets.
Spain
Barcelona
Boqueria Market
 Nuts and dried fruit.

All travel photographs © 1973 - 2017 KryssTal

[Previous Page (119)] [Top] [Next Page (121)]

[Cities and Towns (1)] [Cities and Towns (2)] [Cities and Towns (3)] [Cities and Towns (4)] [Cities and Towns (5)] [Cities and Towns (6)] [Cities and Towns (7)] [Cities and Towns (8)] [Cities and Towns (9)] [Cities and Towns (10)] [Cities and Towns (11)] [Cities and Towns (12)] [Cities and Towns (13)] [Cities and Towns (14)] [Cities and Towns (15)] [Cities and Towns (16)] [Cities and Towns (17)] [Cities and Towns (18)] [Cities and Towns (19)] [Cities and Towns (20)] [Cities and Towns (21)] [Cities and Towns (22)] [Cities and Towns (23)] [Cities and Towns (24)] [Cities and Towns (25)] [Cities and Towns (26)] [Cities and Towns (27)] [Cities and Towns (28)] [Cities and Towns (29)] [Cities and Towns (30)] [Cities and Towns (31)] [Cities and Towns (32)] [Cities and Towns (33)] [Cities and Towns (34)] [Cities and Towns (35)] [Cities and Towns (36)] [Cities and Towns (37)] [Cities and Towns (38)] [Cities and Towns (39)] [Cities and Towns (40)] [Cities and Towns (41)] [Cities and Towns (42)] [Cities and Towns (43)] [Cities and Towns (44)] [Cities and Towns (45)] [Cities and Towns (46)] [Cities and Towns (47)] [Cities and Towns (48)] [Cities and Towns (49)] [Cities and Towns (50)] [Cities and Towns (51)] [Cities and Towns (52)] [Cities and Towns (53)] [Cities and Towns (54)] [Cities and Towns (55)] [Cities and Towns (56)] [Cities and Towns (57)] [Cities and Towns (58)] [Cities and Towns (59)] [Cities and Towns (60)] [Cities and Towns (61)] [Cities and Towns (62)] [Cities and Towns (63)] [Cities and Towns (64)] [Cities and Towns (65)] [Cities and Towns (66)] [Cities and Towns (67)] [Cities and Towns (68)] [Cities and Towns (69)] [Cities and Towns (70)] [Cities and Towns (71)] [Cities and Towns (72)] [Cities and Towns (73)] [Cities and Towns (74)] [Cities and Towns (75)] [Cities and Towns (76)] [Cities and Towns (77)] [Cities and Towns (78)] [Cities and Towns (79)] [Cities and Towns (80)] [Cities and Towns (81)] [Cities and Towns (82)] [Cities and Towns (83)] [Cities and Towns (84)] [Cities and Towns (85)] [Cities and Towns (86)] [Cities and Towns (87)] [Cities and Towns (88)] [Cities and Towns (89)] [Cities and Towns (90)] [Cities and Towns (91)] [Cities and Towns (92)] [Cities and Towns (93)] [Cities and Towns (94)] [Cities and Towns (95)] [Cities and Towns (96)] [Cities and Towns (97)] [Cities and Towns (98)] [Cities and Towns (99)] [Cities and Towns (100)] [Cities and Towns (101)] [Cities and Towns (102)] [Cities and Towns (103)] [Cities and Towns (104)] [Cities and Towns (105)] [Cities and Towns (106)] [Cities and Towns (107)] [Cities and Towns (108)] [Cities and Towns (109)] [Cities and Towns (110)] [Cities and Towns (111)] [Cities and Towns (112)] [Cities and Towns (113)] [Cities and Towns (114)] [Cities and Towns (115)] [Cities and Towns (116)] [Cities and Towns (117)] [Cities and Towns (118)] [Cities and Towns (119)] [Cities and Towns (120)] [Cities and Towns (121)] [Cities and Towns (122)] [Cities and Towns (123)] [Cities and Towns (124)] [Cities and Towns (125)] [Cities and Towns (126)] [Cities and Towns (127)] [Cities and Towns (128)] [Cities and Towns (129)] [Cities and Towns (130)] [Cities and Towns (131)] [Cities and Towns (132)]