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Photos marked as were added from 18 March 2019.


Country
Province
State
Place
Location
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Description Year
Taken
China
Tibet
Sakya
Sakya Monastery
 The Great Sutra Chanting Hall.
1990
China
Tibet
Xigatse
 Xigatse is the second largest city in Tibet. The Panchen Lama's palace once stood on the flat hill overlooking the city.
1990
China
Tibet
Xigatse
 The town is at 3840m.
1990
China
Tibet
Xigatse
Tashilhunpo
 The Tashilhunpo Monastery is like a small town within the city.
1990
China
Tibet
Xigatse
Tashilhunpo
 The Panchen Lama (second to the Dalai Lama) lived in the white part of the building.
1990
China
Tibet
Xigatse
 Horse and cart leaving the Tashilhunpo Monastery.
1990
China
Tibet
Xigatse
 Small settlement.
1990
China
Tibet
Xigatse
 Tibetan village on the flat valley floor.
1990
China
Tibet
Gyatse
 Gyatse is Tibet's fourth largest city. It sits at 3950m.
1990
China
Tibet
Gyatse
 Gyatse is the most Tibetan city.
1990
China
Tibet
Brahmaputra Valley
 Tibetan town and temple in the valley.
1990
China
Tibet
Lhasa
 Lhasa is the capital and largest city of Tibet and is at an altitude of 3490m.
1990
China
Tibet
Lhasa
Potala Palace
 People on the roof area of the palace.
1990
China
Tibet
Lhasa
Potala Palace
 View from the palace.
1990
China
Tibet
Lhasa
Potala Palace
 Houses at the base of the palace.
1990
China
Tibet
Lhasa
Potala Palace
 The Potala Palace from the city park.
1990
China
Tibet
Lhasa
 Street scene with local transport.
1990
China
Tibet
Lhasa
Norbulinka Palace
 The palace gardens.
1990
China
Sichuan
Leshan
 Leshan is a small town on the confluence of the Dadu and Min rivers.
1988
China
Sichuan
Leshan
 Boats carrying human waste for use on the fields.
1988
China
Sichuan
Chengdu
 One child poster in Chengu, a 2500 year old city that was capital during World War II.
1988
China
Sichuan
Chengdu
 Statue and exhibitional hall of Mao Zedong in Chengdu. It is on the site of a former Ming palace.
1988
China
Sichuan
Chongqing
 Chongqing is a hilly industrial city by the Yangtse River.
1988
China
Sichuan
Chongqing
 The Renmin Hotel overlooking the hilly old section of the city.
1988
China
Sichuan
Chongqing
 View of the Yangtse River over soot blackened roofs.
1988
China
Sichuan
Chongqing
 Ferry on the Yangtse River, the world's third longest (6300km).
1988
China
Yangtse River
 One of the many drab industrial towns along the Yangtse River.
1988
China
Yangtse River
 A factory by the river.
1988
China
Yangtse River
Three Gorges
 Coal to be transported.
1988
China
Yangtse River
Three Gorges
 The hilly riverside is a hive of industrial activity.
1988
China
Yangtse River
Three Gorges
 Industrial town between gorges.
1988
China
Yangtse River
Three Gorges
 Ferry stop at the entrance to the most Easterly of the three gorges, the 80km Xiling Gorge.
1988
China
Yangtse River
Three Gorges
 Temple on the banks of the river.
1988
China
Yangtse River
 The huge lock at Gezhouba Dam which separates the Three Gorges from the lower Yangtse.
1988
China
Shanghai
 The skyline of Shanghai, China's commercial centre.
1988
China
Shanghai
 Rush hour in Shanghai, one of the world's most populous cities.
1988
China
Shanghai
 Film posters and bicycles.
1988
China
Shanghai
 Reading newspapersi.
1988
China
Shanghai
The Bund
 The Bund, a street of 1930s style buildings along the river.
1988
China
Shanghai
The Bund
 Buildings of the Bund, the famed riverside street in Shanghai.
1988
China
Shanghai
The Bund
 The Bund from the Huangpu River.
2009
China
Shanghai
The Bund
 Architecture along Shanghai's Bund.
2009
China
Shanghai
 View over the busy Huangpu River.
1988
China
Shanghai
 Working boat on the Huangpu River.
2009
China
Shanghai
 Boats on the Huangpu River.
2009
China
Shanghai
 The busy Huangpu River.
1988
China
Shanghai
 Ships and boats in the harbour area.
1988
China
Shanghai
 Merchant ships in the busy harbour.
1988
China
Shanghai
Pudong
 The spectacular modern archiecture of the Pudong district of Shanghai.
2009
China
Shanghai
Pudong
 Pudong is famous for its modern architecture.
2009
China
Shanghai
Pudong
 Shanghai World Financial Centre (492m) is the world's third tallest building.
2009
China
Shanghai
Pudong
 The old and the new mingle in Pudong.
2009
China
Shanghai
Pudong
 The Pearl Tower.
2009
China
Shanghai
Pudong
 The wide streets of Pudong business district.
2009
China
Shanghai
 Shoppers in Nanjing Road.
1988
China
Shanghai
 Neon lights in Nanjing Road, the main shopping street in central Shanghai.
2009
China
Shanghai
 Building in old Shanghai.
1988
China
Shanghai
Yu Gardens
 The 16th century Yu Gardens in the old city.
1988
China
Shanghai
Yu Gardens
 People relaxing at Yu Gardens.
1988
China
Shanghai
Jinshan
 Quiet street scene in Jinshan near Shanghai.
2009
China
Zhejiang
Hangzhou
 View of Hangzhou, a former 12th century capital.
1988
China
Zhejiang
Hangzhou
 Hangzhou was founded in 221 BC and was visited by Marco Polo in 1280.
1988
China
Zhejiang
Hangzhou
 Hangzhou is located by West Lake.
1988
China
Zhejiang
Hangzhou
 Stone bridge at West Lake.
1988
China
Zhejiang
Hangzhou
 Tourist boats.
1988
China
Zhejiang
Hangzhou
Linyin Temple
 The misty garden of the temple.
1988
China
Jiangsu
Suzhou
 Suzhou is a walled city surrounded by a moat.
1988
China
Jiangsu
Suzhou
 The Wu Gate Bridge is very typical of the Jiangsu region.
1988
China
Jiangsu
Suzhou
 Pedestrians crossing the Wu Gate Bridge.
1988
China
Jiangsu
Suzhou
 Suzhou (founded in 560BC) has the most complete old sector of any city in China.
1988
China
Jiangsu
Suzhou
 The Wu Gate.
1988
China
Jiangsu
Suzhou
 The distinctive grey roof tiles of old Suzhou.
2009
China
Jiangsu
Suzhou
 Old Suzhou retains its traditional buildings.
1988
China
Jiangsu
Suzhou
 One of Suzhou's many canals.
1988
China
Jiangsu
Suzhou
 Canal-side activity.
1988
China
Jiangsu
Suzhou
 Narrow canal in the old city.
1988
China
Jiangsu
Suzhou
 Canal view in old Suzhou.
2009
China
Jiangsu
Suzhou
 Small cargo boat in the canal.
1988
China
Jiangsu
Suzhou
 Two of the many bridges in Suzhou.
1988
China
Jiangsu
Suzhou
 Boat on one of the many canals in old Suzhou.
2009
China
Jiangsu
Suzhou
 One of the many boats plying the canals of Suzhou.
1988
China
Jiangsu
Suzhou
 Canalside restaurant in old Suzhou.
2009
China
Jiangsu
Suzhou
 Typical canal scene.
1988
China
Jiangsu
Suzhou
 Shops in old town in Suzhou.
1988
China
Jiangsu
Suzhou
 Comic books.
1988
China
Jiangsu
Suzhou
 Caligraphy stall in old Suzhou.
2009
China
Jiangsu
Suzhou
 Tree lined street in the old town of Suzhou.
1988
China
Jiangsu
Suzhou
 Street scene in Suzhou.
2009
China
Jiangsu
Suzhou
 The 76m high wood and brick North Tower Pagoda in Suzhou.
1988
China
Jiangsu
Suzhou
 Purple Sands tea pots from Yiching County close to to Suzhou.
2009
China
Jiangsu
Suzhou
Silk Museum
 Silk worms (a type of caterpillar) at the Silk Museum in Suzhou.
2009
China
Jiangsu
Suzhou
Silk Museum
 Silk worm spinning a cocoon at the Silk Museum in Suzhou.
2009
China
Jiangsu
Suzhou
Silk Museum
 Silk screen painting at the Silk Museum in Suzhou.
2009
China
Jiangsu
Suzhou
Liuyuan Garden
 Liuyuan Garden is one of the many gardens in Suzhou. It is famous for its bamboo fences.
1988
China
Jiangsu
Suzhou
Liuyuan Garden
 Rock sculpture at Liuyuan Garden.
1988
China
Jiangsu
Suzhou
Liuyuan Garden
 Pavillion over a fish pond.
1988
China
Jiangsu
Suzhou
Liuyuan Garden
 Part of the rock garden.
1988
China
Jiangsu
Suzhou
 Wangshi Garden, dating from the 12th century, is one of the smallest in Suzhou.
1988
China
Jiangsu
Suzhou
 Yiyuan (The Garden of Harmony).
1988
China
Jiangsu
Suzhou
The Humble Administrator's Garden
 Zhou Zheng (The Humble Administrator's Garden) is the largest garden in Suzhou.
1988

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