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Photos marked as were added from 1 October 2017.


Country
Province
State
Place
Location
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Brazil
Roraima
 Small settlements close tor the equator.
Brazil
Roraima
 Shop near the equator.
Brazil
Manaus
 The city of Manaus.
Brazil
Manaus
 Manaus is the largest port on the Amazon.
Brazil
Manaus
 The city is on the confluence of the Rio Negro and Rio Solimoes which together form the River Amazon.
Brazil
Manaus
 Manaus is 1450km from the sea and the entire distance is navigable.
Brazil
Manaus
 Manaus is at the heart of the Amazon basin and much travel is by boat.
Brazil
Manaus
 Manaus was founded in 1699 as a fortress.
Brazil
Manaus
 The covered fish market.
Brazil
Manaus
 The fish market has many species of fish from the Amazon.
Brazil
Manaus
 Street scene in the old city.
Brazil
Manaus
 Fishing nets for sale.
Brazil
Manaus
 Tropical rain.
Brazil
Manaus
 The municipal market was built in 1882 and designed by Gustav Eiffel.
Brazil
Manaus
 Manaus is a city of elegant buildings.
Brazil
Manaus
 The Custom House was built by the British in 1906.
Brazil
Manaus
 Municipal clock.
Brazil
Manaus
 The cathedral.
Brazil
Manaus
Teatro Amazonas
 Teatro Amazonas was built at the height of the city's rubber boom in 1896.
Brazil
Manaus
Teatro Amazonas
 Columns made from Italian marble.
Brazil
Manaus
Teatro Amazonas
 Ceiling paintings.
Brazil
Manaus
 Building with Portuguese style tiles.
Brazil
Manaus
 Churrascos are meat grills, popular all over Brazil.
Brazil
Manaus
Amazon Research Centre
 The Seringueira tree produces latex used as natural rubber.
Brazil
Manaus
 The Amazon River at Manus is very wide.
Brazil
Manaus
 Small boats by the riverside.
Brazil
Manaus
 Most Manaus trade is by river.
Brazil
Manaus
 Manaus has an enormous port covering a large area.
Brazil
Manaus
 The floating docks were built in 1906. The hinged roadway is 150m long and can vary its water level by 14m.
Brazil
Manaus
 Selling fruit at the passenger ferries.
Brazil
Manaus
 An Amazon ferry that can make the 1450km downriver journey to the coast and navigate upriver to ports in Colombia, Ecuador and Peru.
Brazil
Manaus
 Wood panelling on a ferry with cabins.
Brazil
Manaus
 An enormous selection of Amazon ferries at the dock.
Brazil
Manaus
 An Amazon ferry waiting to begin the four day journey to the coastal cities.
Brazil
Manaus
 The black Rio Negro and the yellow Rio Solimoes meet but do not mix for eight kilometres.
Brazil
Amazon
Parintins
 Parintins is a port set on an Amazonian island (Tupinambarana).
Brazil
Amazon
Parintins
 Amazonian ports are mainly accessible by boat rather than road.
Brazil
Amazon
Parintins
 Water melons.
Brazil
Amazon
 Juruti is one of the many ports on the river.
Brazil
Amazon
 Riverside settlement.
Brazil
Amazon
Santarem
 Santarem is a port that was once the centre of rubber production.
Brazil
Amazon
Santarem
 Unloading cargo at the port.
Brazil
Amazon
Santarem
 Refuelling for the boats.
Brazil
Amazon
Santarem
 Timber for export.
Brazil
Amazon
Santarem
 Amazonian ferry.
Brazil
Amazon
Garupa
 Garupa is a port town.
Brazil
Amazon
Garupa
 Many of the buildings are wooden and on stilts.
Brazil
Amazon
Garupa
 Some buildings have Portuguese style tiles.
Brazil
Amazon
Garupa
 River boat about to dock.
Brazil
Amazon
Garupa
 Colonial church.
Brazil
Amazon
Garupa
 Life on the river.
Brazil
Amazon
Garupa
 Houseboat.
Brazil
Amazon
 Settlement on the banks of the river.
Brazil
Amazon
 People waiting on a jetty.
Brazil
Amazon
 Small settlement.
Brazil
Amazon
 House and boat house.
Brazil
Amazon
 Boat building.
Brazil
Amazon
 Settlement at the water level.
Brazil
Amazon
 Religious assembly hall.
Brazil
Amazon
 Family on the porch of their house.
Brazil
Amazon
Belem
 Amazonian Ferry and a sea-going ship near the coastal port city of Belem.
Brazil
Amazon
Belem
 Market and port at Belem.
Brazil
Amazon
Belem
 Amazonian ferry arriving at Belem after a four day journey from Manaus.
Brazil
Belem
 The port of Belem was founded in 1616 by the Portuguese to deter other European powers from claiming the Amazon.
Brazil
Belem
 Belem was once an important port but has been in decline since 1900.
Brazil
Belem
 The busy port.
Brazil
Belem
 Portuguese tiles in the colonial centre.
Brazil
Belem
Nazare Basilica
 Ornate metal gate.
Brazil
Belem
Nazare Basilica
 Stained glass window.
Brazil
Belem
 Window in the colonial centre.
Brazil
Belem
Palace of Antonio Lemos
 The 19th century Palace of Antonio Lemos.
Brazil
Belem
Palace of Antonio Lemos
 The grand marble staircase.
Brazil
Belem
Palace of Antonio Lemos
 The floors are made of two different coloured woods.
Brazil
Belem
 The port and market area in the Amazonian city of Belem.
Brazil
Belem
 The port area and colonial centre.
Brazil
Belem
 Buildings by the port.
Brazil
Belem
Palacio Lauro Sodre
 The Palacio Lauro Sodre dates from the 18th century.
Brazil
Belem
Palacio Lauro Sodre
 Ornate window.
Brazil
Belem
Palacio Lauro Sodre
 The interior of the palace.
Brazil
Belem
 Teatro da Paz.
Brazil
Belem
Ver o Peso Market
 The Ver o Peso Market is one of the largest in South America.
Brazil
Belem
Ver o Peso Market
 The market is colourful and busy.
Brazil
Belem
Ver o Peso Market
 Basketware.
Brazil
Belem
Ver o Peso Market
 Brazil nuts from which the country gets its name.
Brazil
Belem
Ver o Peso Market
 Cupuacu is one of many delicious Amazon fruits.
Brazil
Belem
Ver o Peso Market
 Baskets.
Brazil
Belem
Ver o Peso Market
 Mangos and other fruit.
Brazil
Belem
Ver o Peso Market
 Pumpkins.
Brazil
Belem
Ver o Peso Market
 Pineapples.
Brazil
Belem
Ver o Peso Market
 The Amazon is home to many types of fish.
Brazil
Belem
Ver o Peso Market
 Crabs.
Brazil
Belem
Ver o Peso Market
 Amazonian fish are unique to the region.
Brazil
Olinda
 Olinda is one of Brazil's best preserved colonial cities.
Brazil
Olinda
 One of the many colonial building in the old city of Olinda.
Brazil
Olinda
 There are many churches in the city.
Brazil
Olinda
 Cobbled streets and painted houses.
Brazil
Olinda
 Shuttered door and window.
Brazil
Olinda
Convent of San Fransisco
 The wall of the courtyard features Portuguese tiles with Biblical scenes.
Brazil
Olinda
Convent of San Fransisco
 Tiles in the courtyard showing scene from the Bible.
Brazil
Olinda
 Typical Portuguese roof tiles.

All travel photographs © 1973 - 2017 KryssTal

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