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Photos marked as were added from 18 March 2019.


Country
Province
State
Place
Location
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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.
Uzbekistan
Khiva
Kalta Minaret
 The walls of the Ark next to the Kalta Minaret.
Uzbekistan
Khiva
Kalta Minaret
 The East Gate and the Kalta Minaret, a symbol of Khiva.
Uzbekistan
Khiva
Kalta Minaret
 View of the fat, blue tiled minaret from its base.
Uzbekistan
Khiva
Kalta Minaret
 A former palace, now a hotel, next to the minaret.
Uzbekistan
Khiva
 Statue of local mathematician Al-Kwarizmi, originator of the word "algebra". The term "algorithm" is a corruption of his name.
Uzbekistan
Khiva
Mohammad Rakhim Khan Medressa
 The Mohammad Rakhim Khan Medressa dates from the 19th century.
Uzbekistan
Khiva
 The narrow streets of Khiva's old walled city.
Uzbekistan
Khiva
 House with a minaret.
Uzbekistan
Khiva
 The Alloquli Khan Caravanserai is a domed market.
Uzbekistan
Khiva
Juma Mosque
 The 47m high minaret of the Juma Mosque.
Uzbekistan
Khiva
Tosh Hovli Palace
 The Tosh Hovli Palace was constructed in 1841 as an alternative residence for Alloquli Khan.
Uzbekistan
Khiva
Tosh Hovli Palace
 Carpet sellers by a pavillion and a circular area for tents.
Uzbekistan
Khiva
Dekhon Bazaar
 The market at Dekhon Bazaar.
Uzbekistan
Khiva
Dekhon Bazaar
 Water and honey melons.
Uzbekistan
Khiva
Dekhon Bazaar
 Peanuts.
Uzbekistan
Khiva
Dekhon Bazaar
 Red peppers.
Uzbekistan
Khiva
Dekhon Bazaar
 Walnuts.
Uzbekistan
Khiva
Pahlavon Mahmud Mausoleum
 Wood carved door with Arabic inscription in tomb area.
Uzbekistan
Khiva
Pahlavon Mahmud Mausoleum
 Pilgrims inside the tomb.
Uzbekistan
Khiva
 Street scene in the former silk road capital.
Uzbekistan
Karakalpakistan
Moynaq
 One of many rusty boats stranded on the former sea bed.
Uzbekistan
Karakalpakistan
Moynaq
 The town is slowly dying without its sea.
Uzbekistan
Tashkent
Mustaqillik Square
 Mustaqillik Square is centre of Tashkent, the capital of Uzbekistan.
Uzbekistan
Tashkent
Mustaqillik Square
 Mother and child, a symbol of the city.
Uzbekistan
Tashkent
Mustaqillik Square
 Fountains in the square.
Uzbekistan
Tashkent
Mustaqillik Square
 The Senate building.
Uzbekistan
Tashkent
Mustaqillik Square
 The square covers a large area.
Uzbekistan
Tashkent
 The Romanov Palace.
Uzbekistan
Tashkent
Abulkasim Medressa
 The Abulkasim Medressa is a state funded craft school.
Uzbekistan
Tashkent
Abulkasim Medressa
 Paper mache boxes are a speciality in the country.
Uzbekistan
Tashkent
Chorsu Bazaar
 Ceramics.
Uzbekistan
Tashkent
Chorsu Bazaar
 Fresh bread.
Vatican City
St Peter's Square
 St Peter's Square is the entrance of St Peter's Basilica and the Vatican City.
Vatican City
St Peter's Square
 St Peter's Square is within the territory of the Vatican City.
Vatican City
St Peter's Basilica
 Good Friday Mass with Pope Paul II.
Vatican City
Vatican Gardens
 The Vatican City is the world's smallest state, 0.44 sq km.
Vatican City
Vatican Gardens
 The 1930 Palace of the Governorate of Vatican City State.
Vatican City
Vatican Gardens
 The gardens of the Vatican.
Vatican City
Vatican Gardens
 One of the many buildings in the gardens.
Vatican City
Vatican Gardens
 View of the Vatican radio station.
Vatican City
Papal Appartments
 Apartment wall painting.
Vatican City
Vatican Museum
 The extensive buildings of the Vatican Museum.
Vatican City
Vatican Museum
 Tourists waiting to enter the museum.
Vatican City
Vatican Museum
 The grounds of the museum.
Vatican City
Basilica of Santa Maria Maggiore
 Mosaic in the Basilica of Santa Maria Maggiore. This basilica is in Rome but is legally part of the Vatican City.
Venezuela
Caracas
 The mountainous setting of Caracas, capital of Venezuela since 1577.
Venezuela
Caracas
 The commercial centre.
Venezuela
Caracas
 The downtown area.
Venezuela
Caracas
 Tall modern building.
Venezuela
Caracas
Plaza Bolivar
 Plaza Bolivar is the historical centre of Caracas.
Venezuela
Caracas
Plaza Bolivar
 The Cathedral dominates Plaza Bolivar.
Venezuela
Caracas
Plaza Bolivar
 Statue of Simon Bolivar, known as the Liberator, and a hero over much of South America.
Venezuela
Caracas
Plaza Bolivar
 Casa Amarilla.
Venezuela
Caracas
 Capitolio Nacional contains the Act of Independence from 1811.
Venezuela
Caracas
 View of central Caracas.
Venezuela
Caracas
 Pedestrian shopping street in the centre of the city.
Venezuela
Caracas
 People relaxing on a wall.
Venezuela
Caracas
Minicipal Palace
 The Minicipal Palace is a museum.
Venezuela
Caracas
 Modern buildings in the business district.
Venezuela
Caracas
 Mural of Simon Bolivar, a national hero in Venezuela.
Venezuela
Caracas
San Mateo
 San Mateo is a small village near Caracas.
Venezuela
Caracas
San Mateo
 The hacienda in San Mateo once owned by the Bolivar family.
Venezuela
Henri Pittier National Park
Choroni
 Choroni is a 300 year old colonial village.
Venezuela
Henri Pittier National Park
Choroni
 Buildings with window grills.
Venezuela
Henri Pittier National Park
Choroni
 The village church.
Venezuela
Henri Pittier National Park
Choroni
 The main square.

All travel photographs © 1973 - 2019 KryssTal

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