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Photos marked as were added from 1 October 2017.


Country
Province
State
Place
Location
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Bolivia
Central Highlands
 Village set in a green valley.
Bolivia
Central Highlands
 Small homestead.
Bolivia
Yungas
Sorata
 The town of Sorata is spectacularly set in the Yungas.
Bolivia
Yungas
Sorata
 Sorata is a quiet town at 2700m.
Bolivia
Yungas
Sorata
 The main square (plaza) is overlooked by green hills.
Bolivia
Yungas
Sorata
 The plaza.
Bolivia
Yungas
Sorata
 The market.
Bolivia
Yungas
Sorata
 Two donkeys.
Bolivia
Yungas
Sorata
 Recidencial Sorata is a rambling hotel on the plaza.
Bolivia
Yungas
Sorata
 The lounge in Recidencial Sorata.
Bolivia
Yungas
Sorata
 Passion fruit.
Bolivia
Yungas
San Pedro
 The village of San Pedro.
Bolivia
Yungas
San Pedro
 Precarious houses.
Bolivia
Yungas
 Valley-side settlement and river.
Bolivia
Yungas
 Road side village.
Bolivia
Lake Titicaca
 Lakeside settlement.
Bolivia
Lake Titicaca
 There are many small villages on the lake shore.
Bolivia
Lake Titicaca
Straits of Tiquina
 A ferry crossing at San Pedro.
Bolivia
Lake Titicaca
Huynaymarka Lake
Huatajata
 The village of Huatajata.
Bolivia
Lake Titicaca
Huynaymarka Lake
Huatajata
  Moored boats.
Bolivia
Lake Titicaca
Huynaymarka Lake
Pariti Island
 The main village.
Bolivia
Lake Titicaca
Huynaymarka Lake
Pariti Island
 View of the Village.
Bolivia
Lake Titicaca
Huynaymarka Lake
Pariti Island
 Boat landing place.
Bolivia
Lake Titicaca
Huynaymarka Lake
Pariti Island
 Fishing boats.
Bolivia
Lake Titicaca
Huynaymarka Lake
Suriqui Island
 The main settlement is an oasis sheltered by hills.
Bolivia
Lake Titicaca
Huynaymarka Lake
Suriqui Island
 The main village.
Bolivia
Lake Titicaca
Huynaymarka Lake
Suriqui Island
 Suriqui Island is famous for making totora reed boats.
Bolivia
Lake Titicaca
Huynaymarka Lake
Suriqui Island
 The traditional head on a totora boat.
Bolivia
Lake Titicaca
Huynaymarka Lake
Suriqui Island
 View over the main village.
Bolivia
Lake Titicaca
Huynaymarka Lake
Suriqui Island
 Moored boats.
Bolivia
Lake Titicaca
Huynaymarka Lake
Suriqui Island
 Unfinished sail boat hulls.
Bolivia
Lake Titicaca
Huynaymarka Lake
Suriqui Island
 Boats, cows and sheep.
Bolivia
Lake Titicaca
Huynaymarka Lake
Suriqui Island
 A totora reed boat.
Bolivia
Lake Titicaca
Copacabana
 Copacabana is the largest town on the lake.
Bolivia
Lake Titicaca
Copacabana
 The town is squeezed between hills and the lake.
Bolivia
Lake Titicaca
Copacabana
Cathedral
 Woman walking by the Cathedral.
Bolivia
Lake Titicaca
Copacabana
Cathedral
 Stained glass windows.
Bolivia
Lake Titicaca
Island of the Sun
Yumani
 Yumani is one of several villages on the island.
Bolivia
Lake Titicaca
Island of the Sun
Yumani
 Yumani village.
Bolivia
Lake Titicaca
Island of the Sun
Yumani
 Typical stone house.
Bolivia
Lake Titicaca
Island of the Sun
Yumani
 Sheep pen.
Bolivia
Lake Titicaca
Island of the Sun
Yumani
 The village is set among fertile land.
Bolivia
Lake Titicaca
Island of the Sun
 Settlements and stone walls.
Bolivia
Lake Titicaca
Island of the Sun
Pukhara Bay
 Trail through Pukhara village.
Bolivia
Lake Titicaca
Island of the Sun
Pukhara Bay
 Thatched roofed houses.
Bolivia
Lake Titicaca
Island of the Sun
Cha'lla
 Cha'lla village.
Bolivia
Lake Titicaca
Island of the Sun
Cha'lla
 Thatched roofs.
Bolivia
Lake Titicaca
Island of the Sun
Cha'lla
 The trail through Cha'lla.
Bolivia
Lake Titicaca
Island of the Sun
Cha'lla
 Tiled roofs.
Bolivia
Lake Titicaca
Island of the Sun
Cha'llapampa
 The village of Cha'llapampa.
Bolivia
Lake Titicaca
Island of the Sun
Cha'llapampa
 Houses by the coast.
Bolivia
Lake Titicaca
Island of the Sun
Cha'llapampa
 The village is by a sandy beach.
Bosnia Hercegovina
Srpska Republic North
 Farm at Dobrljin.
Bosnia Hercegovina
Srpska Republic North
 Mosque at Novi Grad.
Bosnia Hercegovina
Srpska Republic North
 Village near Novi Grad.
Bosnia Hercegovina
Srpska Republic North
 Village near Brezichani.
Bosnia Hercegovina
Srpska Republic North
 Orthodox church near Prejedor.
Bosnia Hercegovina
Srpska Republic North
 Settlement near Omarcka.
Bosnia Hercegovina
Srpska Republic North
 Church near Banja Luka.
Bosnia Hercegovina
Srpska Republic North
 The Vibas River at Banja Luka.
Bosnia Hercegovina
Srpska Republic North
 Small house near Celinac.
Bosnia Hercegovina
Srpska Republic North
 Village near Ukrina.
Bosnia Hercegovina
Srpska Republic North
 Settlement near Ukrina.
Bosnia Hercegovina
Srpska Republic North
 Orthodox church near Ukrina.
Bosnia Hercegovina
Srpska Republic North
 Farm house.
Bosnia Hercegovina
Srpska Republic North
 Settlement at Ukrina.
Bosnia Hercegovina
Srpska Republic North
 Shops in Ukrina.
Bosnia Hercegovina
Srpska Republic North
 Orthodox church in Ukrina.
Bosnia Hercegovina
Srpska Republic North
 Woman in Ukrina.
Bosnia Hercegovina
Srpska Republic North
 Small village near Dragovici.
Bosnia Hercegovina
Srpska Republic North
 The village of Dragovici.
Bosnia Hercegovina
Srpska Republic North
 Stanovi.
Bosnia Hercegovina
Srpska Republic North
 Village near Doboj.
Bosnia Hercegovina
Srpska Republic North
 The town of Doboj by the River Bosna.
Bosnia Hercegovina
Srpska Republic North
 Orthodox church near Doboj.
Bosnia Hercegovina
Srpska Republic North
 The hilly town of Doboj is close to the border of the Srpska Republic controlled by Orthodox Serbs.
Bosnia Hercegovina
North Bosnia
 Houses by the river.
Bosnia Hercegovina
North Bosnia
 Village near Zavidovici.
Bosnia Hercegovina
North Bosnia
 Zenica.
Bosnia Hercegovina
North Bosnia
 Visoko.
Bosnia Hercegovina
Sarajevo
 Sarajevo is the capital of Bosnia Hercegovina.
Bosnia Hercegovina
Sarajevo
 The Latin Bridge near where Archduke Franz Ferdinad, the heir to the Austro-Hungarian throne, was assassinated in 1914 setting off a series of events which led to the First World War.
Bosnia Hercegovina
Sarajevo
 Detail of the stone Latin Bridge which dates from the 16th century.
Bosnia Hercegovina
Sarajevo
 The assassination of Archduke Ferdinand took place close to the northern end of the bridge (right).
Bosnia Hercegovina
Sarajevo
City Museum
 The City Museum stands on the corner where the assassin fired the fatal shots
Bosnia Hercegovina
Sarajevo
 Street where the first assassination attempt against Archduke Franz Ferdinand took place. A bomb was thrown which injured members of the royal convoy
Bosnia Hercegovina
Sarajevo
National Library
 The National Library.
Bosnia Hercegovina
Sarajevo
National Library
 The National Library was destroyed during the Civil War (1992 to 1995) and rebuilt. Much of the country's archives were destroyed
Bosnia Hercegovina
Sarajevo
National Library
 The entrance. In 1914 this building was the City Hall. Archduke Franz Ferdinand began his final journey from here. His assassination a few minutes later was the spark that started the First World War
Bosnia Hercegovina
Sarajevo
National Library
 Stained glass ceiling.
Bosnia Hercegovina
Sarajevo
National Library
 Detail of the stained glass ceiling, financed by Austria.
Bosnia Hercegovina
Sarajevo
National Library
 Staircase.
Bosnia Hercegovina
Sarajevo
National Library
 Detail of the upper floor.
Bosnia Hercegovina
Sarajevo
National Library
 Painted domes.
Bosnia Hercegovina
Sarajevo
 View of the old town on a hill.
Bosnia Hercegovina
Sarajevo
 Ottoman houses of the old town.
Bosnia Hercegovina
Sarajevo
 Shops among the narrow streets of the old town.
Bosnia Hercegovina
Sarajevo
 Metalware.
Bosnia Hercegovina
Sarajevo
 Snack shop.
Bosnia Hercegovina
Sarajevo
 Souvenirs from the Civil War.

All travel photographs © 1973 - 2017 KryssTal

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