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Photos marked as were added from 16 December 2017.


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United States of America
California
Los Angeles
Universal Studios
 A collection of props.
United States of America
California
Los Angeles
Universal Studios
 Giant telephone.
United States of America
California
Los Angeles
Universal Studios
 The rear of a set of houses showing the wooden frames.
United States of America
California
Los Angeles
Universal Studios
 Workmen building and repairing sets.
United States of America
California
Los Angeles
Universal Studios
 Visitors to the studio.
United States of America
California
Los Angeles
Universal Studios
 Large parking lot outside the studio.
Uruguay
Fray Bentos
 Fray Bentos is a pleasant town on the Rio Uruguay.
Uruguay
Fray Bentos
 Between 1864 and 1979 Fray Bentos was famous for the production of corned beef.
Uruguay
Fray Bentos
 Teatro Young dates from 1912.
Uruguay
Fray Bentos
 The bandstand in Constitution Square was donated by the British in 1902.
Uruguay
Fray Bentos
 England Avenue is one of many references to the UK in the city.
Uruguay
Fray Bentos
 The 1907 Anglo Club.
Uruguay
Fray Bentos
 There are many many classic cars in the streets of Fray Bentos.
Uruguay
Fray Bentos
 Detail of a classic 1930s style car.
Uruguay
Fray Bentos
 The quiet railway station.
Uruguay
Fray Bentos
 The Rio Uruguay is part of Rio Plata river complex.
Uruguay
Fray Bentos
 Fray Bentos is a major port.
Uruguay
Fray Bentos
 Homestead.
Uruguay
Fray Bentos
 Suburban house.
Uruguay
Fray Bentos
Barrio Anglo
 Barrio Anglo is the old British housing area for the meat plant workers.
Uruguay
Fray Bentos
Barrio Anglo
 Some of the houses in the barrio are still being used.
Uruguay
Fray Bentos
Barrio Anglo
 Some parts of the plant complex are still used by small business.
Uruguay
Fray Bentos
Barrio Anglo
 One of the active businesses within the meat packing complex.
Uruguay
Montevideo
 Montevideo was founded by the Spanish in 1726 as a fortress against Portuguese incursions from Brazil.
Uruguay
Montevideo
 The centre of Montevideo is domintaed by the 26 storey Salvo Palace.
Uruguay
Montevideo
 Montevideo has a faded elegance.
Uruguay
Montevideo
 Elegant art deco style bank building.
Uruguay
Montevideo
 The Cathedral (1799).
Uruguay
Montevideo
 Casa Rivera was home to Uruguay's first president.
Uruguay
Montevideo
 1950s style car.
Uruguay
Montevideo
 Bronze at the centre of Plaza Zabala.
Uruguay
Montevideo
 Chemist and green grocer.
Uruguay
Montevideo
 The Solis Theatre (1856).
Uruguay
Montevideo
 Grill bar in the covered port market.
Uruguay
Montevideo
 Grilled meats and sausages.
Uruguay
Colonia del Sacramento
 Colonia del Sacramento was founded in 1680 by the Portuguese as a base for smuggling. It was ceded to Spain in 1750.
Uruguay
Colonia del Sacramento
 Colonia is set by the Rio Plata which forms the border between Uruguay and Argentina.
Uruguay
Colonia del Sacramento
 Typical Colonia street.
Uruguay
Colonia del Sacramento
 The city has many 1930s style cars.
Uruguay
Colonia del Sacramento
 Tree lined streets with colonial buildings.
Uruguay
Colonia del Sacramento
 Colonia is a picturesque UNESCO World Heritage site.
Uruguay
Colonia del Sacramento
 Traditional post box.
Uruguay
Colonia del Sacramento
 The cobbled streets of the old city by the river.
Uruguay
Colonia del Sacramento
 Colonial house.
Uruguay
Colonia del Sacramento
 Tree lined cobbled streets of the old city.
Uruguay
Colonia del Sacramento
 Colonia is a picturesque city.
Uruguay
Colonia del Sacramento
 Fine stonework in the old city.
Uruguay
Colonia del Sacramento
 Portuguese style tiled street signs.
Uruguay
Colonia del Sacramento
 Crochet curtains.
Uruguay
Colonia del Sacramento
 Stone cottage.
Uruguay
Colonia del Sacramento
 Many houses feature external lanterns.
Uruguay
Colonia del Sacramento
 Elegant hotel in the old city.
Uruguay
Colonia del Sacramento
 Stone house with red roof tiles.
Uruguay
Colonia del Sacramento
 White building.
Uruguay
Colonia del Sacramento
 A 19th century lighthouse set amongst the 17th century Convent of San Fransisco.
Uruguay
Colonia del Sacramento
 Stone wall and wooden door.
Uruguay
Colonia del Sacramento
 Cannons in the old city.
Uruguay
Colonia del Sacramento
 A family run posada (guest house).
Uruguay
Colonia del Sacramento
 Pretty courtyard.
Uruguay
Colonia del Sacramento
 Road overlooking the Rio Plata.
Uruguay
Colonia del Sacramento
 Lighthouse in the middle of the Rio Plata.
Uruguay
Colonia del Sacramento
 Making a delivery in Colonia.
Uruguay
Colonia del Sacramento
 Classic cars in the quiet streets of Colonia.
Uruguay
Colonia del Sacramento
 A 1930s style car, one of many in the city.
Uruguay
Colonia del Sacramento
  Tree-lined street in Colonia.
Uruguay
Colonia del Sacramento
 Classic pickup van.
Uruguay
Colonia del Sacramento
 The old port is now a yacht marina.
Uruguay
Colonia del Sacramento
 Boat on the Rio Plata.
Uruguay
Colonia del Sacramento
 The marina.
Uruguay
Colonia del Sacramento
 View of the city walls from the marina.
Uruguay
Colonia del Sacramento
 View of the Rio Plata, which forms the border between Uruguay and Argentina..
Uruguay
Colonia del Sacramento
 Hilly clobbled street with a colonial house.
Uzbekistan
Samarkand
Registan
 The Registan is the highlight of Persian architecture in Central Asia. It is the centre of Samarkand, Timur's capital city.
Uzbekistan
Samarkand
Registan
 The Registan complex is one of the most famous sites in Central Asia.
Uzbekistan
Samarkand
Registan
 View across the main courtyard of the Registan.
Uzbekistan
Samarkand
 Statue of Timur, the Mongol leader who made Samarkand the capital of his empire.
Uzbekistan
Samarkand
Guri Amir Mausoleum
 View of the courtyard.
Uzbekistan
Urgut
 Samsas in a tandoor oven.
Uzbekistan
Urgut
 Making bread.
Uzbekistan
Shakhrisabz
 View over Shakhrisabz, the birthplace of Timur.
Uzbekistan
Shakhrisabz
 Statue of Timur in the centre of the town of his birth.
Uzbekistan
Shakhrisabz
Kok-Gumbaz Mosque
 Paintings inside the mosque.
Uzbekistan
Bukhara
 Bukhara, Central Asia's holiest city, is a place of domes and arches.
Uzbekistan
Bukhara
Lyabi Hauz
 Lyabi Hauz is a pool centred square in the heart of old Bukhara.
Uzbekistan
Bukhara
Lyabi Hauz
 A statue of Hoja Nasruddin riding a donkey.
Uzbekistan
Bukhara
 The Kukeldash Medressa was once the largest Islamic school in Central Asia. It is now a shopping centre.
Uzbekistan
Bukhara
 The Taqi-Zaegaron Bazaar is one of the many domed markets in Bukhara.
Uzbekistan
Bukhara
 Scissors on sale in the bazaar.
Uzbekistan
Bukhara
Kalon Mosque
 The minaret from the courtyard of the mosque.
Uzbekistan
Bukhara
 One of the many domed bazaar buildings in the old city.
Uzbekistan
Bukhara
 The Mir-I-Arab Madressa is an Islamic school.
It one of the few to have stayed open during Soviet times.
Uzbekistan
Bukhara
 Wooden door and windows in Bukhara's old town.
Uzbekistan
Bukhara
 Carpets for sale in the old town.
Uzbekistan
Bukhara
Bolo-Hauz Mosque
 The mosque is fronted by a series of columns.
Uzbekistan
Bukhara
Sitorai Mosi Hosa
 Wooden pavillion.
Uzbekistan
Bukhara
 The Gaukushan Complex.
Uzbekistan
Khiva
 The old walled city of Khiva was independent until occupied by Russia in 1920.
Uzbekistan
Khiva
 The city walls of old Khiva.
Uzbekistan
Khiva
Islom-Hoja Minaret
 The Islom-Hoja Minaret and the dome of the Pahlavon Mahmud Mausoleum.
Uzbekistan
Khiva
 Tandoors (brick or clay overns). Once built these are never dismantled.

All travel photographs © 1973 - 2018 KryssTal

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