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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
Slovenia
Ljubljana
 Ljubljana Castle overlooks the old city.
2006
Slovenia
Krka
 Corn store in a farm at Krka.
2006
Slovenia
Eastern Slovenia
 Large village in Eastern Slovenia near the border with Croatia.
2006
South Africa
Cape Town
 Evening view of the coastal city of Cape Town, set below Table Mountain.
2001
South Africa
Cape Town
 Cape Town at dawn.
2001
South Africa
Cape Town
 Downtown Cape Town with Table Mountain.
2001
South Africa
Cape Town
 City centre street scene.
2002
South Africa
Cape Town
 The Dutch style Townhouse (1761) in the city centre.
2002
South Africa
Cape Town
 Old and new buildings in the city centre.
2002
South Africa
Cape Town
 The Houses of Parliament (1855.
2002
South Africa
Cape Town
 Dutch style houses.
2002
South Africa
Cape Town
Tulbagh Square
 Busy pedestrian area at Tulbagh Square.
2002
South Africa
Cape Town
 The South Africa Museum is overlooked by Table Mountain.
2002
South Africa
Cape Town
Castle of Good Hope
 The centre of the city from the castle.
2002
South Africa
Cape Town
 Cape Town's City Hall, scene of Nelson Mandela's first speech when released from prison.
2002
South Africa
Cape Town
 Mountains overlooking Cape Town.
2002
South Africa
Cape Town
 Building in Long Street, one of the oldest parts of Cape Town.
2002
South Africa
Cape Town
 Corner shop in Long Street.
2002
South Africa
Cape Town
 Restaurants and shops along Long Street.
2002
South Africa
Cape Town
 Pulpit of the first slave church built in 1804.
2002
South Africa
Cape Town
Victoria and Alfred Waterfront
 The Victoria and Alfred Waterfront.
2001
South Africa
Cape Town
Victoria and Alfred Waterfront
 Boats at the waterfront.
2001
South Africa
Cape Town
Victoria and Alfred Waterfront
 Painted buildings.
2001
South Africa
Robben Island
 Stone church.
2001
South Africa
Robben Island
 Boats at the port.
2001
South Africa
Fish Hoek
 The hillside village of Fish Hoek.
2001
South Africa
Simonstown
 Simonstown is a fishing village with Dutch buildings set on a dramatic coastline.
2001
South Africa
Simonstown
 Simonstown by the sea.
2001
South Africa
Simonstown
 The dramatic setting of Simonstown.
2001
South Africa
Boulders
 The settlement of Boulders by the sea.
2001
South Africa
Stellenbosch
 Street scene in the historical city of Stellenbosch which was founded in 1679. It is the second oldest European town in South Africa.
2001
South Africa
Stellenbosch
 Church in Stellenbosch.
2001
South Africa
Stellenbosch
Schreuderhuis
 There are many historical houses in Stellenbosch. Schreuderhuis dates from 1709.
2001
South Africa
Stellenbosch
Blettermanhuis
 Blettermanhuis is a fine example of Dutch architecture in Stellenbosch.
2001
South Africa
Stellenbosch
Grosvernor House
 Grosvernor House (1803) in Stellenbosch.
2001
South Africa
Stellenbosch
Grosvernor House
 Grosvernor House is a typical 19th century two storey Stellenbosch town house.
2001
South Africa
Stellenbosch
Bergh House
 The O M Bergh House was built in 1850.
2001
South Africa
Hermanus
 Hermanus is an Afrikkaner community famous for whale watching.
2001
South Africa
Mosselbay
 The town of Mosselbay is set among rolling hills.
2001
South Africa
Mosselbay
 Mosselbay is the site of the first European sea landing in South Africa.
2001
South Africa
Oudtshoorn
 The main school in Oudtshoorn.
2001
South Africa
Knysna
 Buildings on the lagoon at Knysna.
2001
South Africa
Knysna
 Shanty town on the edge of town.
2001
South Africa
Plettenberg Bay
 Hotel that was once a Norwegian whaling station.
2001
South Africa
Tsitsikamma
 Mist, mountains and waves.
2001
South Africa
St Francis Bay
 The wide deserted beach at St Francis Bay.
2001
South Korea
Seoul
 Seoul is the capital of South Korea.
1988
South Korea
Seoul
 The city is modern after being destroyed in the 1950 war.
1988
South Korea
Seoul
 Seoul was founded in 1392.
1988
South Korea
Seoul
 Seoul was occupied by Japan between 1904 and 1945 when Korea was split into two.
1988
South Korea
Seoul
 Modern building with traditional entrance.
1988
South Korea
Seoul
 Wide city street.
1988
South Korea
Seoul
 The busy city centre.
1988
South Korea
Seoul
 Building with mural.
1988
South Korea
Seoul
 Avenue.
1988
South Korea
Seoul
 The city is surrounded by mountains.
1988
South Korea
Seoul
 The commercial centre of Seoul.
1988
South Korea
Seoul
 Drinks shop.
1988
South Korea
Seoul
 Food stall.
1988
South Korea
Seoul
 Busy shopping street in Seoul.
1988
South Korea
Seoul
 Market.
1988
South Korea
Seoul
 Metro station.
1988
South Korea
Seoul
 Mural commemorating the 1988 Olympic games.
1988
South Korea
Seoul
 Street market.
1988
South Korea
Seoul
 Mural on a store front.
1988
South Korea
Seoul
Pagoda Park
 Pagoda Park is Korea's oldest park.
1988
South Korea
Seoul
Pagoda Park
 Korea's independence was declared in the park in 1919.
1988
South Korea
Seoul
 Gas rings.
1988
South Korea
Seoul
 Brooms.
1988
South Korea
Seoul
 Korean food.
1988
South Korea
Seoul
 The largest church in Korea.
1988
South Korea
Seoul
 Shops in old Seoul.
1988
South Korea
Seoul
Kyongbok Palace
 The palace gardens.
1988
South Korea
Seoul
Changdok Palace
 In the grounds of Changdok Palace.
1988
South Korea
Korean Folk Village
 The Korean Folk Village contains over 250 buildings and is maintained by the Korean government.
1988
South Korea
Korean Folk Village
 Three Passage Gate.
1988
South Korea
Korean Folk Village
 The blacksmith's work shop.
1988
South Korea
Korean Folk Village
 Storage area on stilts.
1988
South Korea
Korean Folk Village
 Part of a mansion.
1988
South Korea
Korean Folk Village
 Rice candy maker.
1988
South Korea
Suweon
 View of the modern city from the Paltal Mountains.
1988
South Korea
Suweon
 The walls close to the city.
1988
South Korea
Kongju
 Kongju was capital of the Paekje Kingdom from 476 to 539.
1988
South Korea
Kongju
 Kongju is overlooked by the tombs of the kings.
1988
South Korea
Mount Keryeong National Park
 Mount Keryeong is one of the many national parks in Korea.
1988
South Korea
Mount Keryeong National Park
 Waterfall.
1988
South Korea
Cheju Island
Cheju City
 View of Cheju City, the largest settlement on the island.
1988
South Korea
Cheju Island
Cheju City
 The houses are set on a foundation of volcanic basalt.
1988
South Korea
Cheju Island
Cheju City
 Fruit stall in the market.
1988
South Korea
Cheju Island
Cheju City
 A harubang (Grandfather stone).
1988
South Korea
Cheju Island
Cheju City
 Statue of Confucius.
1988
South Korea
Cheju Island
Cheju City
 Wall made of volcanic basalt.
1988
South Korea
Cheju Island
Cheju City
 Harbour built from lava.
1988
South Korea
Cheju Island
Cheju City
 Radio shop.
1988
South Korea
Cheju Island
Cheju City
 Cheju City has many Harubangs (Grandfather stones) scattered over the island and carved from black volcanic rock.
1988
South Korea
Cheju Island
Seong Up
 The village of Seong Up.
1988
South Korea
Cheju Island
Seong Up
 Seong Up was founded in the 14th century.
1988
South Korea
Cheju Island
Seong Up
 Seong Up was provincial capital of Cheju Island from 1410 to 1914.
1988
South Korea
Cheju Island
Seong Up
 The village is preserved in traditional style.
1988
South Korea
Cheju Island
Seong Up
 The village is made from volcanic basaltic rock.
1988

All travel photographs © 1973 - 2019 KryssTal

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