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Photo Subject : Cities and Towns

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Photos marked as were added from 23 September 2019.


Country
Province
State
Place
Location
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Description Year
Taken
Brazil
Ouro Preto
 Street fountain.
1998
Brazil
Ouro Preto
 Very steep street.
1998
Brazil
Ouro Preto
 Pretty colonial house.
1998
Brazil
Ouro Preto
 Terraced painted buildings on a steep street.
1998
Brazil
Ouro Preto
 An oratory is a glass encased niche containing images of saints built to ward off evil spirits.
1998
Brazil
Ouro Preto
 Door and window framed with stone.
1998
Brazil
Ouro Preto
 The streets are so steep that the pavements are stepped.
1998
Brazil
Ouro Preto
 Small bridge and sitting area.
1998
Brazil
Ouro Preto
 Crucifix at a city view point.
1998
Brazil
Ouro Preto
 Houses with iron balconies.
1998
Brazil
Ouro Preto
 Level house next to steeply curving street.
1998
Brazil
Ouro Preto
 The city is very picturesque.
1998
Brazil
Ouro Preto
 Shops on a hilly street.
1998
Brazil
Ouro Preto
 Narrow curved streets in the city centre.
1998
Brazil
Ouro Preto
 A series of shops.
1998
Brazil
Ouro Preto
 Small shrine.
1998
Brazil
Ouro Preto
 View over the rooftops.
1998
Brazil
Ouro Preto
Church of San Francis of Assisi
 Scupture by Brazil's most famous sculptor, Aleijadinho who died in 1814.
1998
Brazil
Ouro Preto
 View of hilly Ouro Preto.
1998
Brazil
Ouro Preto
 Ouro Preto is set among hills and mountains.
1998
Brazil
Ouro Preto
 Houses set among trees.
1998
Brazil
Ouro Preto
 The commercial centre of the city.
1998
Brazil
Ouro Preto
 Balconies over shops.
1998
Brazil
Ouro Preto
 Balconies in Ouro Preto.
1998
Brazil
Ouro Preto
 Steep narrow street.
1998
Brazil
Ouro Preto
 View over Ouro Preto.
1998
Brazil
Ouro Preto
 Whitewashed walls and red tiles.
1998
Brazil
Ouro Preto
 Cobbled bridge.
1998
Brazil
Ouro Preto
 Fountain.
1998
Brazil
Ouro Preto
 Spectacular balconies.
1998
Brazil
Ouro Preto
Carmo Church
 The facade is by the famed sculptor Aleijadinho.
1998
Brazil
Ouro Preto
 Colourful balcony.
1998
Brazil
Ouro Preto
Pillar Church
 Detail of the windows.
1998
Brazil
Ouro Preto
 Painted balcony.
1998
Brazil
Ouro Preto
 Hilltop church.
1998
Brazil
Congonhas
 The town of Congonhas.
1998
Brazil
Congonhas
Basilica do Bom Jesus de Matisinhos
 The carved entrance to the Basilica.
1998
Brazil
Congonhas
Basilica do Bom Jesus de Matisinhos
 The Basilica's administrative buildings.
1998
Brazil
Congonhas
Basilica do Bom Jesus de Matisinhos
 Ezechiel.
1998
Brazil
Congonhas
Basilica do Bom Jesus de Matisinhos
 Detail of Daniel's lion.
1998
Brazil
Congonhas
Basilica do Bom Jesus de Matisinhos
 Jonah with a whale.
1998
Brazil
Congonhas
Basilica do Bom Jesus de Matisinhos
 The prophet, Abdias.
1998
Brazil
Congonhas
Basilica do Bom Jesus de Matisinhos
 One of six small chapels full of carvings about the life of Jesus carved by Aleijadinho and his students.
1998
Brazil
Congonhas
Basilica do Bom Jesus de Matisinhos
 Woman crying as she watches Jesus carrying his cross.
1998
Brazil
Rio de Jeneiro
 Rio de Jeneiro was first settled by the French until driven out by the Portuguese in 1560.
1998
Brazil
Rio de Jeneiro
 Rio de Jeneiro has a spectacular setting between mountains and the sea.
1998
Brazil
Rio de Jeneiro
Centro
 Modern skyscrapers in Centro, the commercial heart of the city.
1998
Brazil
Rio de Jeneiro
Centro
 Centro is the business district of Rio de Jeneiro.
1998
Brazil
Rio de Jeneiro
Centro
Praca Floriano
 Praca Floriano is the heart of Rio's business centre.
1998
Brazil
Rio de Jeneiro
Centro
Praca Floriano
 Statue in the centre of the square.
1998
Brazil
Rio de Jeneiro
Centro
Praca Floriano
 The Biblioteca Nacional.
1998
Brazil
Rio de Jeneiro
Centro
Praca Floriano
 Museum of Fine Arts.
1998
Brazil
Rio de Jeneiro
Centro
Praca Floriano
 Detail of the Teatro Municipal (1905).
1998
Brazil
Rio de Jeneiro
Centro
 1930s style hotel.
1998
Brazil
Rio de Jeneiro
Centro
 Newspaper and magazine stall.
1998
Brazil
Rio de Jeneiro
Centro
 Praca Mahatma Gandhi.
1998
Brazil
Rio de Jeneiro
Centro
 Sugar Loaf Mountain from a park in the central business district.
1998
Brazil
Rio de Jeneiro
Centro
 Busy pedestrian area.
1998
Brazil
Rio de Jeneiro
Centro
 Street scene in the centre including old and new buildings.
1998
Brazil
Rio de Jeneiro
Centro
Convento de Santo Antonio
 Portuguese tiles in the courtyard.
1998
Brazil
Rio de Jeneiro
Centro
 The Petrobras Building.
1998
Brazil
Rio de Jeneiro
Centro
 Centro has many art deco buildings from the 1930s.
1998
Brazil
Rio de Jeneiro
Centro
 Shoppers.
1998
Brazil
Rio de Jeneiro
Centro
 Art deco balconies.
1998
Brazil
Rio de Jeneiro
Centro
 The Independence of Brazil was declared in Campo de Santana, now a small park.
1998
Brazil
Rio de Jeneiro
Centro
 Pulses for sale.
1998
Brazil
Rio de Jeneiro
Centro
 Ornate balconies in the commercial centre of Rio.
1998
Brazil
Rio de Jeneiro
Centro
 View of Centro, the commercial centre, from the sea.
1998
Brazil
Rio de Jeneiro
Centro
Royal Palace
 The entrance to the Royal Palace.
1998
Brazil
Rio de Jeneiro
Centro
Royal Palace
 Statue of Pedro II, the last Emperor of Brazil who died in 1891.
1998
Brazil
Rio de Jeneiro
Centro
Royal Palace
 The palace gardens.
1998
Brazil
Rio de Jeneiro
Centro
Royal Palace
 Detail of the art deco facade of the palace.
1998
Brazil
Rio de Jeneiro
Centro
Royal Palace
 Ornately carved gateway.
1998
Brazil
Rio de Jeneiro
Centro
Royal Palace
 The interior.
1998
Brazil
Rio de Jeneiro
Centro
Royal Palace
 View of Rio from the palace.
1998
Brazil
Rio de Jeneiro
Centro
 Airplane taking off over Centro.
1998
Brazil
Rio de Jeneiro
Sugar Loaf
 The second of two stages of the cable car which ascends to 396m over a distance of 766m.
1998
Brazil
Rio de Jeneiro
Sugar Loaf
 Detail of the island Fort.
1998
Brazil
Rio de Jeneiro
Sugar Loaf
 Rio's setting is among sea and mountains.
1998
Brazil
Rio de Jeneiro
Sugar Loaf
 View of the city centre from Sugar Loaf.
1998
Brazil
Rio de Jeneiro
Sugar Loaf
 Dramatic location of buildings.
1998
Brazil
Rio de Jeneiro
Sugar Loaf
 Rio is one of the most dramatically located cities in the world.
1998
Brazil
Rio de Jeneiro
Sugar Loaf
 Sugar Loaf Mountain is a symbol of Rio.
1998
Brazil
Rio de Jeneiro
Copacabana
 View of Copacabana Beach from Sugar Loaf Mountain.
1998
Brazil
Rio de Jeneiro
Copacabana
 The Copacabana district with its beach.
1998
Brazil
Rio de Jeneiro
Copacabana
 Copacabana beach is one of the most famous in the world.
1998
Brazil
Rio de Jeneiro
Copacabana
 Playing beach volleyball.
1998
Brazil
Rio de Jeneiro
Copacabana
 Groups of people on the beach.
1998
Brazil
Rio de Jeneiro
Copacabana
 Jogging and relaxing.
1998
Brazil
Rio de Jeneiro
Copacabana
 Copacabana is a busy tourist area.
1998
Brazil
Rio de Jeneiro
Copacabana
 Street scene.
1998
Brazil
Rio de Jeneiro
 The city is wedged between the mountains and the sea.
1998
Brazil
Rio de Jeneiro
 Hilly district.
1998
Brazil
Rio de Jeneiro
Santa Teresa
 Tram viaduct connecting Centro with the hilly suburb of Santa Teresa.
1998
Brazil
Rio de Jeneiro
Santa Teresa
 Rio's only tram travels to the hillside colonial district of Santa Teresa.
1998
Brazil
Rio de Jeneiro
Santa Teresa
 Elegant colonial house on a hill.
1998
Brazil
Rio de Jeneiro
Santa Teresa
 Ornately carved house.
1998
Brazil
Rio de Jeneiro
Santa Teresa
 Colonial houses, cobbled streets and tram lines.
1998
Brazil
Rio de Jeneiro
Santa Teresa
 Santa Teresa is an upmarket district once home to fugitive UK bank robber Ronnie Biggs.
1998
Brazil
Rio de Jeneiro
Santa Teresa
 Hillside houses seen from Santa Teresa.
1998

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