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Country
Province
State
Place
Location
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Description Year
Taken
Venezuela
Caracas
San Mateo
 San Mateo is a small village near Caracas.
1998
Venezuela
Caracas
San Mateo
 The hacienda in San Mateo once owned by the Bolivar family.
1998
Venezuela
Henri Pittier National Park
Choroni
 Choroni is a 300 year old colonial village.
1998
Venezuela
Henri Pittier National Park
Choroni
 Buildings with window grills.
1998
Venezuela
Henri Pittier National Park
Choroni
 The village church.
1998
Venezuela
Henri Pittier National Park
Choroni
 The main square.
1998
Venezuela
Morrocoy National Park
Tucacas
 The coastal town of Tucacas is the gateway to Morrocoy National Park.
1998
Venezuela
Morrocoy National Park
Tucacas
 Boat building.
1998
Venezuela
Coro
 Painted colonial house in Coro, Venezuela's first capital, founded in 1546.
1998
Venezuela
Coro
 Coro is one of the oldest cities in South America.
1998
Venezuela
Coro
 The ocre colours of Plaza Bolivar.
1998
Venezuela
Coro
Church of San Clemente
 One of the church entrances.
1998
Venezuela
Coro
 Calle Zamora is the most attractive street in Coro.
1998
Venezuela
Coro
 The Casa del Sol.
1998
Venezuela
Coro
 The Casa de las Ventanas de Hierro.
1998
Venezuela
Coro
 Pretty courtyard.
1998
Venezuela
Coro
 Window from the Casa del Tesoro.
1998
Venezuela
Coro
 Colonaded building.
1998
Venezuela
Coro
 Modern mural.
1998
Venezuela
Coro
 House with carved wooden windows.
1998
Venezuela
Coro
 Street scene in the colonial centre.
1998
Venezuela
Paraguana Peninsula
Adicora
 Adicora has Dutch influence in its houses.
1998
Venezuela
Paraguana Peninsula
Adicora
 Adicora's houses are brightly painted.
1998
Venezuela
Paraguana Peninsula
Adicora
 Painted wooden windows with carved grills.
1998
Venezuela
Paraguana Peninsula
Adicora
 The busy beach.
1998
Venezuela
Paraguana Peninsula
Adicora
 Painted house with swing doors.
1998
Venezuela
Paraguana Peninsula
Adicora
 Coastal view.
1998
Venezuela
Paraguana Peninsula
Adicora
 Moored boats in the Caribbean Sea.
1998
Venezuela
Paraguana Peninsula
Pueblo Nuevo
 Typical house in Pueblo Nuevo, the largest town in the peninsula.
1998
Venezuela
Paraguana Peninsula
Pueblo Nuevo
 Simon Bolivar as a Roman.
1998
Venezuela
Paraguana Peninsula
Pueblo Nuevo
 Dairy shop.
1998
Venezuela
Paraguana Peninsula
Pueblo Nuevo
 A large modern mural.
1998
Venezuela
Paraguana Peninsula
Punto Fijo
 The main church in Punto Fijo.
1998
Venezuela
Sierra Nevada
San Raphael
 The village of San Raphael is in a valley.
1998
Venezuela
Sierra Nevada
San Raphael
 Astronomical observatory above the village.
1998
Venezuela
Sierra Nevada
Merida
 The city of Merida.
1998
Venezuela
Sierra Nevada
Merida
 Merida is at 1577m.
1998
Venezuela
Sierra Nevada
Merida
 The main square.
1998
Venezuela
Sierra Nevada
Merida
 Part of the city is on a ridge.
1998
Venezuela
Ciudad Bolivar
 Ciudad Bolivar is on the banks of the Orinoco River at its narrowest point.
1998
Venezuela
Ciudad Bolivar
 Ciudad Bolivar was founded in 1764 as Angostura (narrows).
1998
Venezuela
Ciudad Bolivar
 The city was used by Simon Bolivar in 1817 as a base in the South American wars of independence.
1998
Venezuela
Ciudad Bolivar
 The colonial heart of Ciudad Bolivar.
1998
Venezuela
Ciudad Bolivar
 Quiet street scene.
1998
Venezuela
Ciudad Bolivar
 The city was named after Simon Bolivar in 1846.
1998
Venezuela
Ciudad Bolivar
 The main plaza is dominated by the Cathedral.
1998
Venezuela
Ciudad Bolivar
 Mural celebrating the life of Simon Bolivar.
1998
Venezuela
Ciudad Bolivar
 Church in the suburb of Soledad.
1998
Venezuela
Ciudad Bolivar
 Children sitting at a grilled window.
1998
Venezuela
Ciudad Bolivar
 Pastel coloured building the old city.
1998
Venezuela
Ciudad Bolivar
 Colonial architecture.
1998
Venezuela
Ciudad Bolivar
 Passeo Orinoco is a riverside street with shops.
1998
Venezuela
Ciudad Bolivar
Orinoco River
 The 1678m long Angostura Bridge is the only bridge over the Orinoco River.
1998
Venezuela
Ciudad Bolivar
Orinoco River
 Ferries and fruit sellers on the river.
1998
Venezuela
Ciudad Bolivar
Orinoco River
 Cargo ferry.
1998
Venezuela
Ciudad Bolivar
Casa del Congresso
 The Casa del Congresso de Angosturo (1770) was used as a base durimg the war of independence against Spain.
1998
Venezuela
Ciudad Bolivar
 Street scene in the old city.
1998
Venezuela
Ciudad Bolivar
 Wrought iron balconies and window grills.
1998
Venezuela
Ciudad Bolivar
Casa San Isidro
 The Casa San Isidro.
1998
Venezuela
Gran Sabana
Caroni Basin
Kamarata
 Kamarata is a typical Pemon settlement only accessable by air or on foot.
1998
Venezuela
Gran Sabana
Caroni Basin
Kamarata
 Pemon house.
1998
Vietnam
Ho Chi Minh City
 Transporting chairs in Ho Chi Minh City, formerly Saigon.
1992
Vietnam
Ho Chi Minh City
 Duck seller.
1992
Vietnam
Ho Chi Minh City
 The Chinese built Phung Son Tu Temple is dedicated to the Goddess of Mercy.
1992
Vietnam
Ho Chi Minh City
 Schoolgirls posing in front of a statue of Ho Chi Minh.
1992
Vietnam
Ho Chi Minh City
Reunification Hall
 Reunification Hall was the seat of the South Vietnamese government between 1945 and 1975.
1992
Vietnam
Ho Chi Minh City
Lu Van Duyet Temple
 Ceramic painting.
1992
Vietnam
Ho Chi Minh City
 Small eating place.
1992
Vietnam
Ho Chi Minh City
 French catholic church and a square.
1992
Vietnam
Ho Chi Minh City
 Water puppets, a distinctive Vietnamese art form.
1992
Vietnam
Ho Chi Minh City
Emperor of Jade Temple
 Ong Bac De is a guardian in the Emperor of Jade Temple, a Cantonese Buddhist-Taoist temple.
1992
Vietnam
Ho Chi Minh City
 Canalside dwellings. The city has many canals.
1992
Vietnam
Ho Chi Minh City
 People living in houses by one of the many city canals.
1992
Vietnam
Ho Chi Minh City
 Life on the canals of the city.
1992
Vietnam
Ho Chi Minh City
 Water gypsies on the Saigon River.
1992
Vietnam
Ho Chi Minh City
 Canal transport.
1992
Vietnam
Ho Chi Minh City
 Life on one of the many canals in the city.
1992
Vietnam
Ho Chi Minh City
 Transport of coconuts by boat.
1992
Vietnam
Ho Chi Minh City
 Boat with sugar cane.
1992
Vietnam
Ho Chi Minh City
Cholon
 Selling car number plates.
1992
Vietnam
Ho Chi Minh City
Cholon
 Incense burner at the Phuoc An Hoi Quan Pagoda, a Fukien temple dating from 1902.
1992
Vietnam
Ho Chi Minh City
Cholon
 The Quan Am Pagoda (1816) is famous for its carvings.
1992
Vietnam
Ho Chi Minh City
Cholon
 Incense coils in Thien Han, a 19th century Cantonese temple dedicated to the goddess of the sea.
1992
Vietnam
Mytho
 The floating fish market in the riverside town of Mytho in the Mekong Delta.
1992
Vietnam
Mytho
 Ferry boat on the Mekong River at Mytho.
1992
Vietnam
Mytho
 Communist poster.
1992
Vietnam
Mytho
 Goose market.
1992
Vietnam
Mytho
 River dwellers along the Mekong.
1992
Vietnam
Mytho
 Village house in the forest of the Mekong Delta.
1992
Vietnam
Mytho
Tan Long
 Mekong River transport on Tan Long Island.
1992
Vietnam
Central Highlands
Dalat
 Dalat (1475m) was a French hill station.
1992
Vietnam
Central Highlands
Dalat
 The centre of Dalat.
1992
Vietnam
Central Highlands
Dalat
 Taking produce to the market.
1992
Vietnam
Central Highlands
Dalat
 The market at Dalat in the rain.
1992
Vietnam
Nha Trang
 Nha Trang is famous for its colourful fishing boats.
1992
Vietnam
Nha Trang
 Coastal dwellings and fishing boats.
1992
Vietnam
Nha Trang
 Round bamboo coracles used by Nha Trang's fishermen.
1992
Vietnam
Nha Trang
 Shop selling clothes in Nha Trang, a coastal city in central Vietnam.
1992
Vietnam
Nha Trang
 Local bus in Nha Trang.
1992
Vietnam
Nha Trang
 The Cai River flows through Nha Trang.
1992

All travel photographs © 1973 - 2019 KryssTal

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