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Photo Subject : Cities and Towns

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Photos marked as were added from 1 October 2017.


Country
Province
State
Place
Location
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Description
Ecuador
Cuenca
 Colonial architecture.
Ecuador
Gualacueo
 Panama hats were first developed in this region.
Ecuador
Gualacueo
 Looking at pots.
Ecuador
Riobamba
 Riobamba is a colonial Andean town.
Ecuador
Guayaquil
 Moorish architecture dating from 1770.
Ecuador
Galapagos Islands
Santa Cruz
 Puerto Ayora is the largest settlement on the Galapagos.
Egypt
Cairo
 Cairo is a city of 15 million people with a long and varied history.
Egypt
Cairo
 Cairo is the largest city on the Nile, the world's longest river.
Egypt
Cairo
 Talaat Harb Square is the hub of Cairo.
Egypt
Cairo
 One of the main streets of Cairo.
Egypt
Cairo
 Cairo is a city of mosques of many styles and ages.
Egypt
Cairo
 Carved mansion in the old city.
Egypt
Cairo
 Making fezes.
Egypt
Cairo
 Metalware shop.
Egypt
Cairo
 Nargile (hookah) pipes.
Egypt
Cairo
 Building in the old city.
Egypt
Cairo
 Delivery of paraffin in central Cairo.
Egypt
Cairo
 Street scene.
Egypt
Cairo
 Cairo is a city of many mosques.
Egypt
Cairo
 Stone carving in the Mosque of Sultan Mu'Ayyad Shaykh (1420).
Egypt
Cairo
al-Azhar Mosque
 The courtyard.
Egypt
Cairo
al-Hakem Mosque
 The courtyard.
Egypt
Cairo
Siheimi House
 The House of Siheimi in a narrow street.
Egypt
Cairo
Siheimi House
 The house dates from the Ottoman period and was used till 1961.
Egypt
Cairo
Siheimi House
 The interior.
Egypt
Cairo
Sayyidna al-Hussein Mosque
 The mosque is Shia.
Egypt
Cairo
Sayyidna al-Hussein Mosque
 The minaret.
Egypt
Cairo
Sayyidna al-Hussein Mosque
 The mithrab.
Egypt
Cairo
 Street scene between the Sultan Hasan and al-Rifa mosques.
Egypt
Cairo
Sultan Hasan Mosque
 Decorated doorway.
Egypt
Cairo
Sultan Hasan Mosque
 Black and white stonework.
Egypt
Cairo
al-Rifa Mosque
 Interior.
Egypt
Cairo
al-Rifa Mosque
 Decorated stone work.
Egypt
Cairo
al-Rifa Mosque
 Patterns of light.
Egypt
Cairo
al-Rifa Mosque
 Wooden ceiling.
Egypt
Cairo
al-Rifa Mosque
 Hellenic style columns.
Egypt
Cairo
al-Rifa Mosque
 Intricate wall decoration.
Egypt
Cairo
 Zuneiba Gate dates from 1092 and is the entrance to the old city.
Egypt
Cairo
Ahmed ibn Tulun Mosque
 Interior stone carvings.
Egypt
Cairo
Ahmed ibn Tulun Mosque
 Columns and arches.
Egypt
Cairo
Ahmed ibn Tulun Mosque
 The courtyard.
Egypt
Cairo
Ahmed ibn Tulun Mosque
 The domed fountain is 20m high.
Egypt
Cairo
Ahmed ibn Tulun Mosque
 View from the minaret.
Egypt
Cairo
Ahmed ibn Tulun Mosque
 View over the mosque.
Egypt
Cairo
Ahmed ibn Tulun Mosque
 Bridge over a moat.
Egypt
Cairo
Ahmed ibn Tulun Mosque
 View from the spiral minaret.
Egypt
Cairo
Ahmed ibn Tulun Mosque
 View of the old city from the minaret.
Egypt
Cairo
 Facade of the Sultan Qalawyn Mosque (1285), named after a slave who became a sultan.
Egypt
Cairo
al-Hakem Mosque
 Market outside the al-Hakem Mosque.
Egypt
Cairo
The Nile
 The banks of the Nile.
Egypt
Cairo
The Nile
 The Nile is one of the world's great rivers.
Egypt
Cairo
The Nile
 Boats by the Nile.
Egypt
Cairo
The Nile
 The banks of the Nile are very fertile.
Egypt
Cairo
The Nile
 Irrigation.
Egypt
Cairo
Imbaba
 The Imbaba camel market.
Egypt
Cairo
Imbaba
 Camels.
Egypt
Cairo
Imbaba
 Donkeys.
Egypt
Cairo
Imbaba
 Rope and rubber buckets.
Egypt
Cairo
Imbaba
 Goats.
Egypt
Cairo
Imbaba
 Goats and a boy.
Egypt
Cairo
Imbaba
 Van with donkeys.
Egypt
Cairo
Imbaba
 Sugar cane.
Egypt
Cairo
Imbaba
 Imbaba has a fruit and vegetable market.
Egypt
Cairo
Mosque of Amir ibn al-as
 Entrance to the mosque.
Egypt
Cairo
Mosque of Sultan al-Nasir Mohammed
 The Mosque of Sultan al-Nasir Mohammed.
Egypt
Cairo
Mosque of Sultan al-Nasir Mohammed
 The courtyard.
Egypt
Cairo
Mosque of Sultan al-Nasir Mohammed
 The interior.
Egypt
Cairo
City of the Dead
 The City of the Dead is a 3.5 square kilometre area of tombs and cemetaries that is inhabited.
Egypt
Cairo
City of the Dead
 Street scene among the tombs, many of which have been converted to houses.
Egypt
Cairo
City of the Dead
 Carved dome.
Egypt
Cairo
City of the Dead
 The area was once the Greek city of Heliopolis.
Egypt
Cairo
City of the Dead
 The city has streets and houses.
Egypt
Cairo
City of the Dead
 Horse and cart.
Egypt
Cairo
City of the Dead
 The city is famous for its variety of architecture.
Egypt
Cairo
City of the Dead
 Three children.
Egypt
Cairo
City of the Dead
 Former mosque.
Egypt
Cairo
City of the Dead
 Motorbike outside a house.
Egypt
Cairo
City of the Dead
 Arches.
Egypt
Cairo
City of the Dead
 Grave markers.
Egypt
Cairo
City of the Dead
 Mosque and tombs sit side by side in the district.
Egypt
Cairo
City of the Dead
 Street scene.
Egypt
Cairo
City of the Dead
 People live in the city. Most arrived from outside Cairo.
Egypt
Cairo
City of the Dead
 A collection of tombs.
Egypt
Cairo
City of the Dead
 Carved and decorated dome.
Egypt
Cairo
City of the Dead
 Small street.
Egypt
Cairo
City of the Dead
 The edge of the city.
Egypt
Cairo
City of the Dead
 Market cart.
Egypt
Cairo
City of the Dead
 Delapidated tomb in the City of the Dead.
Egypt
Cairo
Citadel
 The Citadel dominates the old city.
Egypt
Cairo
Citadel
 The walls are 1km long.
Egypt
Cairo
Citadel
 The entrance.
Egypt
Cairo
Citadel
 Detail of the Mosque of Mohammed Ali.
Egypt
Cairo
Citadel
 The citadel with a French clocktower beyond the mosque of Mohammed Ali.
Egypt
Cairo
Citadel
 The Ottoman style thin minaret.
Egypt
Cairo
Citadel
 Fountain.
Egypt
Cairo
Citadel
 The interior of the Mosque of Mohammed Ali.
Egypt
Cairo
Citadel
 View from the Citadel.
Egypt
Cairo
Citadel
 View of Cairo.
Egypt
Cairo
Giza
 The village of Giza on the edge of Cairo.
Egypt
Cairo
Giza
 Giza is famous for its pyramids.

All travel photographs © 1973 - 2017 KryssTal

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