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Photos marked as were added from 1 October 2017.


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State
Place
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Argentina
Buenos Aires
Chacarita Cemetary
 The tomb of Juan Peron who took power in a military coup in 1943 until ousted by another coup in 1955.
Argentina
Buenos Aires
Chacarita Cemetary
 A car driving among the tombs.
Argentina
Buenos Aires
Chacarita Cemetary
 Some tombs are large and opulent.
Argentina
Buenos Aires
Chacarita Cemetary
 Typical street of tombs at Chacarita Cemetary.
Argentina
Buenos Aires
Chacarita Cemetary
 An opulent domed family tomb.
Argentina
Buenos Aires
Chacarita Cemetary
 Tree-lined street of tombs.
Argentina
Buenos Aires
Chacarita Cemetary
 The tomb of Madre Maria Salome.
Argentina
Buenos Aires
Chacarita Cemetary
 Madre Maria Salome was a healer. Her tomb is a pilgrimage site.
Argentina
Buenos Aires
Chacarita Cemetary
 The tomb of Carlos Gardel, a Tango singer who died in a plane crash in 1935.
Argentina
Buenos Aires
Chacarita Cemetary
 Detail of the statue of Tango singer, Carlos Gardel showing his famous smile and bow tie.
Argentina
Buenos Aires
Chacarita Cemetary
 Detail of the statue of Tango singer, Carlos Gardel. Pilgrims ensure that a lit cigarette is always in his hand like it was in life.
Argentina
Buenos Aires
Chacarita Cemetary
 The tomb of Tango singer, Carlos Gardel is festooned with plaques from around the world.
Argentina
Buenos Aires
Chacarita Cemetary
 Plaque on the tomb of singer, Carlos Gardel from a USA record company.
Argentina
Buenos Aires
Chacarita Cemetary
 The artists' quarter.
Argentina
Buenos Aires
Chacarita Cemetary
 The tomb of Louis Sandrini, a comedian.
Argentina
Buenos Aires
Chacarita Cemetary
 The tomb of Anitil Troilo, a Tango musician known as Pichuco.
Argentina
Buenos Aires
Chacarita Cemetary
 Highly decorated classical tomb.
Argentina
Buenos Aires
 British style post box.
Argentina
Buenos Aires
Teatro Colon
 Teatro Colon dates from 1908.
Argentina
Buenos Aires
Teatro Colon
 The stained glass for the dome came from France.
Argentina
Buenos Aires
Teatro Colon
 Interior made from Italian marble.
Argentina
Buenos Aires
 Busker in the park.
Argentina
Buenos Aires
 Balconies.
Argentina
Buenos Aires
San Telmo
 San Telmo is the artists' quarter of the city.
Argentina
Buenos Aires
San Telmo
 Music shop with posters of Tango singer, Carlos Gardel.
Argentina
Buenos Aires
San Telmo
 One of the many restaurants in San Telmo.
Argentina
Buenos Aires
San Telmo
 Mate stall. Mate is a tea drunk from wooden cups through metal straws.
Argentina
Buenos Aires
San Telmo
 Metalware stall.
Argentina
Buenos Aires
San Telmo
 Boleros.
Argentina
Buenos Aires
San Telmo
 The Sunday antique market.
Argentina
Buenos Aires
San Telmo
 Paintings of tango dancers. The Tango began in Buenos Aires.
Argentina
Buenos Aires
San Telmo
 Paintings of tango dancers. The Tango was originally a brothel dance.
Argentina
Buenos Aires
San Telmo
 Paintings of tango dancers.
Argentina
Buenos Aires
San Telmo
 Drawing of Tango dancers.
Argentina
Buenos Aires
San Telmo
 Tango originated in Buenos Aires in the early 20th century.
Argentina
Buenos Aires
Plaza Congresso
 Plaza Congresso is dominated by Congresso palace (1906).
Argentina
Buenos Aires
Plaza Congresso
 The dome of the Congresso Palace is modelled after the USA's Capitol building.
Argentina
Buenos Aires
Plaza Congresso
 Statue representing the Argentine nation.
Argentina
Buenos Aires
Basilica del Rosario
 General Manuel Belgrano, one of Argentina's heroes.
Argentina
Buenos Aires
 Plaza San Martin.
Argentina
Buenos Aires
 The so-called English Clocktower.
Argentina
Buenos Aires
Church of Nuestra Senora de Pillar
 Tiles inside the church.
Argentina
Buenos Aires
Recoleta Cemetary
 Recoleta Cemetary contains many large tombs as it houses the elite of the country.
Argentina
Buenos Aires
Recoleta Cemetary
 The cemetary has many large and ornate family tombs.
Argentina
Buenos Aires
Recoleta Cemetary
 The tomb of Carlos de Alvear, a former president.
Argentina
Buenos Aires
Recoleta Cemetary
 Memorial to the dead of the war with Paraguay (1864 to 1870).
Argentina
Buenos Aires
Recoleta Cemetary
 Large family tomb.
Armenia
Vanadzor
 Vanadzor is an industrial city built to a Soviet plan.
Armenia
Vanadzor
 City Hall in Hayk Square is the centre of the city.
Armenia
Vanadzor
 Street scene in the city centre.
Armenia
Vanadzor
 Cafe in the city centre.
Armenia
Vanadzor
 Gas powered Russian bus.
Armenia
Vanadzor
 Road near the old railway station.
Armenia
Vanadzor
 Russian church.
Armenia
Debed Canyon
 Isolated house.
Armenia
Debed Canyon
Alaverdi
 Craggy peaks over Alaverdi, the largest town in the canyon.
Armenia
Debed Canyon
Alaverdi
 Parts of the town are on a ridge.
Armenia
Debed Canyon
Alaverdi
 Small houses and Soviet apartment blocks.
Armenia
Debed Canyon
 Settlement above the canyon.
Armenia
Yerevan
 Yerevan is the capital of Armenia and is overlooked by Mount Ararat.
Armenia
Yerevan
Cascade
 The Cascade commemorates the 50th anniversary of Soviet Armenia.
Armenia
Yerevan
Cascade
 The garden is lined with bronze statues.
Armenia
Yerevan
Cascade
 Fountains at the foot of the structure.
Armenia
Yerevan
Cascade
 Fountains and gardens.
Armenia
Yerevan
Cascade
 View of the city from the top of the Cascade.
Armenia
Yerevan
 The interior of the main post office.
Armenia
Yerevan
Matenadaran
 The Matenadaran is the country's manuscripts library and was built in 1959.
Armenia
Yerevan
 The 19th century Villa Delenda.
Armenia
Yerevan
 Balconies in central Yerevan.
Armenia
Yerevan
 A row of shops.
Armenia
Yerevan
Zorovar Church
 The interior of the modern church.
Armenia
Yerevan
 Street scene in the north of the city.
Armenia
Yerevan
 Mayr Hayastan is the 23m high statue of Mother Armenia.
Armenia
Yerevan
Opera House
 The Opera House is one of the city's major landmarks.
Armenia
Yerevan
Opera House
 The auditorium.
Armenia
Yerevan
Opera House
 Chandeliers above the auditorium.
Armenia
Yerevan
Opera House
 Performance of the Armenian opera, Anush.
Armenia
Yerevan
 The Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Republic Square.
Armenia
Yerevan
 A mixture of building styles.
Armenia
Yerevan
 Yeritasardakan metro station.
Armenia
Yerevan
 View of Armenia's holy mountain, Ararat (5165m), now in Turkey.
Armenia
Yerevan
 Poster celebrating 1710 years of Armenian Christianity.
Armenia
Yerevan
Surp Grigor Lusaorich Cathedral
 The modern Surp Grigor Lusaorich Cathedral.
Armenia
Yerevan
Genocide Museum
 One of a series of paintings commissioned for the museum.
Armenia
Yerevan
Vernissage Market
 Metal items on sale in Yerevan's weekend "flea" market.
Armenia
Yerevan
Vernissage Market
 Clothes stall.
Armenia
Yerevan
Vernissage Market
 Shoes made from crochet.
Armenia
Yerevan
Vernissage Market
 Backgammon sets.
Armenia
Yerevan
Vernissage Market
 Knitted dolls.
Armenia
Echmiadzin
 Echmiadzin is a huge complex and is the centre of the Armenian Apostolic Church.
Armenia
Echmiadzin
 The entrance to Echmiadzin commemorates the visit of the Pope.
Armenia
Echmiadzin
 The seminary.
Armenia
Echmiadzin
Mayr Tachar
 The three tiered bell tower is ornately carved.
Armenia
Echmiadzin
Mayr Tachar
 Murals at the entrance.
Armenia
Echmiadzin
 The gardens and the clocktower.
Armenia
Khor Virap
 Cemetary at the foot of Khor Virap.
Armenia
Garni
 Settlement above the gorge.
Armenia
Lake Sevan
Sevanavank
 The Sevanavank Peninsula houses a monastery.
Armenia
Lake Sevan
Sevanavank
 Painting of the monastery by a local artist.
Australia
Sydney
 Flowers in Hyde Park.

All travel photographs © 1973 - 2017 KryssTal

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