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Photos marked as were added from 18 March 2019.


Country
Province
State
Place
Location
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Description Year
Taken
Taiwan
Taipei
 Temple god painted on a door.
1988
Taiwan
Taipei
 The commercial centre of Taipei.
1988
Taiwan
Taipei
Wulai Park
 A pagoda at Wulai Park.
1988
Taiwan
Taipei
National Palace Museum
 The National Palace Museum is set in a hillside at the edge of Taipei.
1988
Taiwan
Taipei
Tomb of Chiang Kai Shek
 Memorial for former ruler, Chiang Kai Shek.
1988
Taiwan
Taipei
Botanical Garden
 People enjoying the Botanical Garden.
1988
Taiwan
Taipei
Taoist Temple
 Figures from the Taoist Temple.
1988
Taiwan
Tainan
 The centre of Tainan, the oldest city in Taiwan and a former capital.
1988
Taiwan
Tainan
 The railway station at Tainan.
1988
Taiwan
Tainan
Koxinga Shrine
 The gardens of the Koxinga Shrine.
1988
Taiwan
Tainan
Chung Shan Park
 Pond at Chung Shan Park.
1988
Taiwan
Tainan
Chung Shan Park
 Stone bridge.
1988
Taiwan
Tainan
Kai Yuan Temple
 The courtyard of the temple.
1988
Taiwan
Tainan
Kai Yuan Temple
 Bronze carved figure.
1988
Tajikistan
Pamir Plain
Murghab
 House in Murghab, a village at 3630m.
2008
Tajikistan
Pamir Plain
Gunt Valley
Shadzud
 Typical Tajik house at Shadzud.
2008
Tajikistan
Pamir Plain
Gunt Valley
Dehmiyona
 Village houses.
2008
Tajikistan
Khorog
 The town of Khorog (2200m) is on the Gunt River, close to the border with Afghanistan.
2008
Tajikistan
Khorog
 Row of blue painted shops.
2008
Tajikistan
Khorog
Afghan Market
 Every week Afghans cross into Khorog for the Afghan Market.
2008
Tajikistan
Wakhan Valley
Darshai
 Darshai in the beautiful Wakhan Valley.
2008
Tajikistan
Wakhan Valley
Shitkharv
 Walled homestead.
2008
Tajikistan
Wakhan Valley
Shitkharv
 Roadside house by a cliff.
2008
Tajikistan
Wakhan Valley
Zumudg
 Zumudg is a settlement in the Wakhan Valley.
2008
Tajikistan
Wakhan Valley
Yamchun
 Typical Wakhani house.
2008
Tajikistan
Wakhan Valley
Yamg
 Wooden house.
2008
Tajikistan
Wakhan Valley
Yamg
Mubarak Kadam Wakhani
 Entrance to the house of Mubarak Kadam Wakhani.
2008
Tajikistan
Wakhan Valley
Vrang
 Wakhani house in Vrang. The roof is flat and used to dry grass to make hay.
2008
Tajikistan
Wakhan Valley
Langar
Jamoat Khana
 Detail of a decorated window.
2008
Tajikistan
Panj Valley
Sadwad
 Houses in the Afghan village of Sadwad on the eastern bank of the Panj River.
2008
Tajikistan
Panj Valley
Shipad
 Small settlement on the Afghan side of the valley.
2008
Tajikistan
Panj Valley
Wadwad
 The Afghani village of Wadwad seen from the Tajik side of the Panj Valley.
2008
Tajikistan
Panj Valley
Wadwad
 The Panj River. The Afghani left bank is the village of Wadwad. The Tajik right bank is desolate.
2008
Tajikistan
Panj Valley
Wadwad
 Typical Afghan houses in Wadwad seen from Tajikistan.
2008
Tajikistan
Panj Valley
Wadwad
 Homesteads by the river.
2008
Tajikistan
Panj Valley
Wadwad
 The houses have flat roofs due to the lack of rain.
2008
Tajikistan
Panj Valley
Jugani
 Cliff-side Afghani houses at Jugani. The Panj Valley is shared between Tajikistan and Afghanistan and the two countries are sometimes 100m apart.
2008
Tajikistan
Panj Valley
Jugani
 Precariously perched houses.
2008
Tajikistan
Panj Valley
Jamarj-i-Poyon
 Jamarj-i-Poyon is a village in Afghanistan seen from the Tajik side of the Panj River Valley.
2008
Tajikistan
Khingob Valley
Tawildara
 Tawildara on the Khingob River Valley.
2008
Tajikistan
Dushanbe
 Statue of Ismaoli Somoni in Azad Square.
2008
Tajikistan
Dushanbe
 Markazi Park.
2008
Tajikistan
Dushanbe
 Lahuti Theatre.
2008
Tajikistan
Dushanbe
Writers Union Building
 The Writers Union Building features Persian writers including Omar Khayam.
2008
Tajikistan
Dushanbe
Writers Union Building
 Omar Khayam.
2008
Tajikistan
Dushanbe
 Sweet shop.
2008
Tajikistan
Warzab Valley
Tekfon
 Tekfon is a village set on a cliff face.
2008
Tajikistan
Warzab Valley
Tekfon
 Stone houses typical of the Warzab Valley.
2008
Tajikistan
Penjikent
 View of Penjikent, a town near the border with Uzbekistan.
2008
Tanzania
Arusha
 Market in the town of Arusha.
2001
Tanzania
Arusha
 Maasai village.
2001
Tanzania
Arusha
 Masai market in the southern part of Arusha.
2001
Thailand
Bangkok
 View of the old city of Bangkok, capital of Thailand.
1988
Thailand
Bangkok
Grand Palace
 The complex containing the Grand Palace and Wat Phra Keo.
1992
Thailand
Bangkok
Grand Palace
 The Grand Palace is now only used for ceremonies.
1992
Thailand
Bangkok
Wat Phra Keo
 Wat Phra Keo is a temple attached to the Grand Palace.
1983
Thailand
Bangkok
Wat Phra Keo
 Wat Phra Keo, the Temple of the Emerald Buddha.
1983
Thailand
Bangkok
Wat Phra Keo
 Wat Phra Keo was begun in 1782 by king Rama I.
1988
Thailand
Bangkok
Wat Phra Keo
 Traditional Thai roof architecture.
1988
Thailand
Bangkok
Wat Phra Keo
 Prasat Phra Thep Bidorn contains staues of former kings.
1992
Thailand
Bangkok
Wat Phra Keo
 The complex of palace and temple is very compact.
1992
Thailand
Bangkok
 A fire engine.
1992
Thailand
Bangkok
 Transporting coconuts.
1992
Thailand
Bangkok
 The National Assembly is the country's parliament.
1992
Thailand
Bangkok
San Phra Prom
 San Phra Prom is a Brahmin shrine. Worshippers pay for dances to be performed.
1988
Thailand
Bangkok
Wat Arun
 Wat Arun (The Temple of Dawn) by the river.
1988
Thailand
Bangkok
Wat Arun
 The Ordination Hall.
1988
Thailand
Bangkok
Wat Arun
 View over Wat Arun.
1988
Thailand
Bangkok
 The 3m high Golden Buddha is made from 5.5 tonnes of solid gold.
1983
Thailand
Bangkok
 Suan Pakkad is a royal pavillion.
1988
Thailand
Bangkok
 Chao Phraya River passes through Bangkok.
1992
Thailand
Bangkok
 A long barge on the Chao Phraya River.
1992
Thailand
Bangkok
Floating Market
 Shopping at the floating market.
1988
Thailand
Bangkok
 Working elephant.
1988
Thailand
Bangkok
Wat Intharawihan
 Worshipper at the foot of the standing Buddha.
1992
Thailand
Bangkok
Wat Rajanadda
 Wat Rajanadda dates from the 19th century and has strong Burmese influence.
1992
Thailand
Bangkok
Wat Rajanadda
 Wat Rajanadda is set in an extensive garden.
1992
Thailand
Bangkok
 Idols for sale at the weekend market.
1992
Thailand
Bangkok
 Canal life in Bangkok.
1992
Thailand
Kanchanaburi
 Loi Krathong, the festival of lights.
1988
Thailand
Ayutthaya
 Ayutthaya is a riverside city that was once capital of Siam from where 33 kings ruled.
1992
Thailand
Ayutthaya
 Ayutthaya is set on the confluence of three rivers that form a moat around the city.
1992
Thailand
Ayutthaya
 Wooden houses by the river.
1992
Thailand
Ayutthaya
 Grilled fish in the market.
1992
Thailand
Ayutthaya
 Buddhist monks at Wat Na Phra Meru (1503).
1992
Thailand
Ayutthaya
 Boats on the Ayutthaya rivers.
1992
Thailand
Ayutthaya
Wihan Phra Mongkon Bopit
 The roof of the temple.
1992
Thailand
Ayutthaya
 Typical Thai house.
1992
Thailand
Ayutthaya
 Government building by the river.
1992
Thailand
Ayutthaya
 Rural scene.
1992
Thailand
Lopburi
 Frogs for sale.
1992
Thailand
Phitsanulok
 River homes in Phitsanulok, birthplace of King Naresuan who freed Siam from Burmese control in the 16th century.
1992
Thailand
Phitsanulok
 River houses.
1992
Thailand
Phitsanulok
 Phitsanulok is known for its Buddha factories.
1992
Thailand
Phitsanulok
 Loading a Buddha for delivery.
1992
Thailand
Phitsanulok
 Newly made Buddhas.
1992
Thailand
Phitsanulok
 At the Buddha making factory.
1992
Thailand
Phitsanulok
Wat Phra Si
 The temple entrance.
1992
Thailand
Phitsanulok
Wat Phra Si
 The tower.
1992
Thailand
Phitsanulok
Wat Phra Si
 The interior.
1992

All travel photographs © 1973 - 2019 KryssTal

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