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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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State
Place
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Switzerland
Geneva
 Geneva is an international city.
Switzerland
Geneva
 The city is the headquarters of many world bodies.
Switzerland
Geneva
 Geneva is set on the lake of the same name.
Switzerland
Geneva
 Ferry on Lake Geneva.
Switzerland
Geneva
 Jet d'Eau is the city's landmark.
Switzerland
Geneva
 Lighthouse.
Switzerland
Geneva
 Boats on the lake.
Switzerland
Geneva
 The Mont Blanc Bridge.
Switzerland
Geneva
 The city is surrounded by forested hills.
Switzerland
Geneva
 The modern Geneva beyond the old city.
Switzerland
Geneva
 Street scene in Geneva.
Switzerland
Geneva
 The narrow streets of the old city.
Switzerland
Geneva
 Tram in the old city.
Switzerland
Geneva
 Church in the old city.
Switzerland
Geneva
 St Peter's Cathedral.
Switzerland
Geneva
 Government building.
Switzerland
Geneva
 Pavement cafe.
Switzerland
Geneva
 A quiet corner in the old city.
Switzerland
Geneva
 Rooftop view of the old city.
Switzerland
Geneva
 French style shutters.
Switzerland
Geneva
 The Grand Theatre.
Switzerland
Geneva
 Chess in Bastions Park.
Switzerland
Geneva
 Square in the city centre.
Switzerland
Geneva
 Apartments above shops.
Switzerland
Geneva
 The city centre.
Switzerland
Geneva
 Geneva is the headquarters of many United Nations offices.
Switzerland
Sion
 The Alpine town of Sion.
Switzerland
Sion
 Sion is set in a beautiful valley in the Alps.
Switzerland
Sion
 Alpine peaks surround the city.
Switzerland
Sion
 Much of the old city is pedestrianised.
Switzerland
Sion
 Valere Castle dominate the old city of Sion.
Switzerland
Sion
 View of the old city from Tourbillon Castle.
Switzerland
Sion
 Notre-Dame Cathedral.
Switzerland
Sion
 Narrow alleyway.
Switzerland
Sion
 Stone doorway.
Switzerland
Sion
 View of the old town.
Switzerland
Sion
 Buildings crowded together in the old town.
Switzerland
Sion
 The heart of the old town with the tower of Notre-Dame Cathedral.
Switzerland
Sion
 Street cafes.
Switzerland
Sion
 Street scene.
Switzerland
Sion
 Stepped alleyway.
Switzerland
Sion
 Grand-pont is the main street.
Switzerland
Sion
 Astronomical clock.
Switzerland
Sion
 Brick building.
Switzerland
Sion
 Building with small windows.
Switzerland
Sion
 Snow capped Haut de Cry mountain over the city.
Syria
Damascus
 Damascus is the world's oldest continuously inmhabited city.
Syria
Damascus
 The Darwish Pasha Mosque (1574).
Syria
Damascus
St Sarkis Church
 The 13th century Church of St Sarkis is Armenian Orthodox.
Syria
Damascus
St Mary's Church
 The belltower of the Greek Orthodox St Mary's Church.
Syria
Damascus
St Mary's Church
 The interior.
Syria
Damascus
St Mary's Church
 Icon showing St George.
Syria
Damascus
St Mary's Church
 An Orthodox wedding.
Syria
Damascus
 Carved minaret of the Sibalya Mosque.
Syria
Damascus
Palace of Azem
 Azem Palace was a residence for an Ottoman governor.
Syria
Damascus
Palace of Azem
 Inlaid archway.
Syria
Damascus
Palace of Azem
 Wall decoration.
Syria
Damascus
Palace of Azem
 Painted and inlaid wall.
Syria
Damascus
 Narrow street of the old city.
Syria
Damascus
Altikkieh Mosque
 The mosque was a centre of the Whirling Dervishes.
Syria
Damascus
Covered Bazaar
 The entrance to the 1km long Covered Bazaar.
Syria
Damascus
Covered Bazaa
 The Covered Bazaar is dominated by 'The Street Called Straight', mentioned in the Christian Bible's New Testament.
Syria
Damascus
Temple of Jupiter
 The Temple of Jupiter.
Syria
Damascus
Temple of Jupiter
 The Temple of Jupiter is the Roman centre of the city.
Syria
Damascus
Umayyad Mosque
 The courtyard with its Byzantine columns and arches.
Syria
Damascus
Umayyad Mosque
 The cloister.
Syria
Damascus
Umayyad Mosque
 Decorated wooden archway.
Syria
Damascus
Umayyad Mosque
 One of the three different minarets overlooking the large courtyard.
Syria
Damascus
Umayyad Mosque
 The carved columns are all different.
Syria
Damascus
Umayyad Mosque
 The interior wall decorations.
Syria
Damascus
Umayyad Mosque
 Byzantine style columns inside the mosque.
Syria
Damascus
Umayyad Mosque
 The Octopyle is covered with mosaics.
Syria
Damascus
Umayyad Mosque
 One of the three minarets of the Umayyad Mosque; all are different.
Syria
Damascus
Umayyad Mosque
 The Tomb of Hussein, revered by Shite Muslims.
Syria
Damascus
Umayyad Mosque
 The courtyard is always busy.
Syria
Maaloula
 Maaloula is a Christian village set in the hills around Damascus.
Syria
Maaloula
 Maaloula is one of the few places that still use Aramaic in their liturgies.
Syria
Maaloula
 The village is overlooked by St Takla's Convent.
Syria
Maaloula
St Takla's Convent
 Icon featuring St George.
Syria
Maaloula
St Takla's Convent
 View from the convent.
Syria
Maaloula
St Sarkis
 The entrance to the cave chapels.
Syria
Maaloula
 The hills around Maaloula.
Syria
Seydnaya
 Seydnaya is one of several Christian villages in the hills around Damascus.
Syria
Seydnaya
 The village is dominated by the Convent of the Blessed Virgin.
Syria
Seydnaya
Convent of the Blessed Virgin
 Stairways lead up to the convent.
Syria
Seydnaya
Convent of the Blessed Virgin
 The belltower.
Syria
Seydnaya
Convent of the Blessed Virgin
 The entrance to the church.
Syria
Seydnaya
Convent of the Blessed Virgin
 View of the surrounding desert.
Syria
Seydnaya
 View of the village and the surrounding desert.
Syria
Latakia
 The coastal city of Latakia is close to the Turkish border.
Syria
Latakia
 Market street.
Syria
Latakia
 Car in the city centre.
Syria
Latakia
 The Tetraporticus, built by Roman Emperor, Septimius Severus in 183
Syria
Latakia
 Typical Syrian style mosque.
Syria
Latakia
 The city's Catholic Church. Over a million Chriistians live in Syria.
Syria
Aleppo
 The city of Aleppo.
Syria
Aleppo
 A Maronite church. The Maronites are an Eastern Catholic church from Lebanon.
Syria
Aleppo
 Market area.
Syria
Aleppo
 Ottoman style mosque.
Syria
Aleppo
 The covered bazaar is one of the oldest in the world.

All travel photographs © 1973 - 2017 KryssTal

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