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Photos marked as were added from 18 March 2019.


Country
Province
State
Place
Location
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Georgia
Tbilisi
Old City
Karis Eklesia
 The church and the bell tower are both made of brick.
Georgia
Tbilisi
Old City
 Decorated windows.
Georgia
Tbilisi
Old City
Mechanical Bell Tower
 A mechanical bell tower held up by a girder.
Georgia
Tbilisi
Old City
Mechanical Bell Tower
 Mosaics on the outer wall.
Georgia
Tbilisi
Old City
Mechanical Bell Tower
 Detail of the top of the tower which springs to life in the evening.
Georgia
Tbilisi
Old City
 Balconies covered by plants.
Georgia
Tbilisi
Old City
Anchiskhati Basilica
 The brick gateway leading down to the basilica has Persian elements.
Georgia
Tbilisi
Old City
Anchiskhati Basilica
 The metal door is decorated with religious images.
Georgia
Tbilisi
Old City
Anchiskhati Basilica
 The interior.
Georgia
Tbilisi
Old City
 Buildings in the old city.
Georgia
Tbilisi
Old City
Tbilisi Mosque
 The mosque is the only one in the city to have survived the Russian occupation.
Georgia
Tbilisi
Old City
 A group of churches in the Old City.
Georgia
Tbilisi
Old City
 View of the old city on the banks of the Mtkvari River.
Georgia
Tbilisi
Old City
 Tbilisi is famous for its ornate balconies.
Georgia
Tbilisi
Old City
St George Cathedral
 The dome of the Armenian Cathedral of St George overlooked by the fortress.
Georgia
Tbilisi
Old City
Orbeliani
 Orbeliani is a Central Asian style bath house.
Georgia
Tbilisi
Old City
Orbeliani
 Detail of the Persian style tile work.
Georgia
Tbilisi
Old City
 The Old City is the site of the original settlement.
Georgia
Tbilisi
Old City
Gorgasalis Square
 View of Gorgasalis Square, the boundary of the Old City.
Georgia
Tbilisi
Old City
Gorgasalis Square
 Balconies overlooking the square.
Georgia
Tbilisi
Old City
Gorgasalis Square
 Triangular building.
Georgia
Tbilisi
Old City
Gorgasalis Square
 Gorgasalis Square is overlooked by the fortress.
Georgia
Tbilisi
Narikala Fortress
 Narikala Fortress and the Church of St Nicholas from Metekhi Bridge.
Georgia
Tbilisi
Narikala Fortress
Church of St Nicholas
 The Church of St Nicholas is a 1990s replacement for an older building destroyed in an explosion.
Georgia
Tbilisi
Narikala Fortress
Church of St Nicholas
 Styalised external cross.
Georgia
Tbilisi
Narikala Fortress
 The edge of the Old City against the fortress.
Georgia
Tbilisi
 View over the Mtkvari River and the Avlabari district.
Georgia
Tbilisi
 The gorge in the Avlabari district.
Georgia
Tbilisi
 Kartlis Deda (Mother Georgia) holds a cup to welcome guests and a sword to fight off enemies.
Georgia
Tbilisi
 The Bridge of Peace is a modern pedestrian crossing.
Georgia
Tbilisi
 On the Bridge of Peace.
Georgia
Tbilisi
Metekhi Church
 Metekhi Church is built on a rocky hill by the river.
Georgia
Tbilisi
Metekhi Church
 View of the old city and the Metekhi Bridge.
Georgia
Tbilisi
 Metekhi Bridge.
Georgia
Tbilisi
 A hotel near the river.
Georgia
Tbilisi
Tavisuplebis Moedani
 Tavisuplebis Moedani (Freedom Square).
Georgia
Tbilisi
Tavisuplebis Moedani
 A golden St George killing the dragon replaced a statue of Lenin toppled in 1991.
Georgia
Tbilisi
Tavisuplebis Moedani
 The Fine Arts Museum was formerly a seminary where Stalin studied for the priesthood.
Georgia
Tbilisi
Tavisuplebis Moedani
 Fountain in the square.
Georgia
Tbilisi
 The Presidential Palace.
Georgia
Tbilisi
 Bronze statues of dancers.
Georgia
Tbilisi
 Tram converted to a cafe.
Georgia
Tbilisi
 Wooden balconies.
Georgia
Tbilisi
 Street scene in central Tbilisi.
Georgia
Tbilisi
 Georgian wine.
Georgia
Tbilisi
 Sign from a bar named KGB.
Georgia
Tbilisi
 Rustaveli Avenue is one of the city's main streets.
Georgia
Tbilisi
Kashveti Church
 The octagonal dome.
Georgia
Tbilisi
Kashveti Church
 Murals at the entrance.
Georgia
Tbilisi
 Decorated wooden balcony.
Georgia
Tbilisi
 The Rustaveli National Theatre.
Georgia
Tbilisi
 The Parliament building where Georgia declared its independence in 1991.
Georgia
Tbilisi
 The city is surrounded by mountains.
Georgia
Tbilisi
Ethnographic Museum
 The open air Ethnographic Museum contains houses from different parts of the country.
Georgia
Gori
 Gori Fortress dates from the 10th century.
Georgia
Gori
 Stalin Square is the centre of Gori, birthplace of Stalin.
Georgia
Uplistsikhe
 View of the village on the far side of the river.
Georgia
Mtskheta
 Mtskheta is located at the confluence of two rivers.
Georgia
Mtskheta
 Mtskheta is a small town but is the most important religious centre in Georgia.
Georgia
Mtskheta
Svetitskhoveli Cathedral
 The main entrance and bell tower.
Georgia
Mtskheta
Svetitskhoveli Cathedral
 Carved window and exterior cross.
Georgia
Mtskheta
 The main square.
Georgia
Mtskheta
 The back streets of the town, overlooked by the Jvari Church.
Georgia
Mtskheta
 The small Antioki Church.
Georgia
Mtskheta
Jvari Church
 Candle holder and icon.
Georgia
Mtskheta
Jvari Church
 Two crosses adorn the centre of the church.
Georgia
Mtskheta
Jvari Church
 The confluence of the Mtkvari and Arugvi Rivers viewed from the church.
Georgia
Military Highway
Jvari Pass
 Church at Gudauri.
Georgia
Military Highway
Tergi Valley
 The village of Kabi.
Georgia
Military Highway
Kazbegi
 Kazbegi is set in the Caucasus Mountains at 1750m.
Georgia
Military Highway
Kazbegi
Gergeti
 The village of Gergeti overlooked by Mount Kazbek.
Georgia
Military Highway
Kazbegi
Gergeti
 The village is on the slopes above Kazbegi.
Georgia
Military Highway
Kazbegi
Gergeti
 Stone houses.
Georgia
Military Highway
Kazbegi
Gergeti
 Grazing horse.
Georgia
Military Highway
Kazbegi
Tsminda Sameba Church
 Kazbegi and Gergeti from the church.
Georgia
Davit Gareja
Lavra Monastery
 The monastery is inhabited and the monks live in cells built into the rock.
Georgia
Davit Gareja
Lavra Monastery
 One of the monk cells with soot from the chimney on the rock.
Germany
West Berlin
 West Berlin was divided into three sectors each under the control of one of the USA, UK and France.
Germany
West Berlin
 View towards the Brandenberg Gate.
Germany
West Berlin
 Looking over the Berlin Wall into East Germany from West Berlin.
Germany
West Berlin
 Tramlines into the Berlin Wall.
Germany
West Berlin
 The Brandenburg Gate with the Berlin Wall from West Berlin.
Germany
West Berlin
 Looking over the Berlin Wall from West Berlin into Potsdammerplatz, once the heart of Berlin.
Germany
West Berlin
 Charlottenburg Palace.
Germany
West Berlin
 The Siegessaule Monument.
Germany
West Berlin
 The Kaiser-Wilhelm War Memorial.
Germany
West Berlin
 The Soviet War Memorial.
Germany
Munich
 Isator Gate.
Germany
Cologne
 Cologne is an industrial city on the River Rhine.
Germany
Cologne
 Cologne was founded in 33BC.
Germany
Cologne
 View of the modern city.
Germany
Cologne
 The old city.
Germany
Cologne
 Bridge across the Rhine.
Germany
Cologne
 River barge.
Germany
Cologne
 Pub sign.
Germany
Cologne
 Pedestrian street.
Germany
Cologne
 The old city has elegant buildings.
Germany
Cologne
 Colourful street overlooked by the Cathedral.
Germany
Cologne
 The commercial centre.
Germany
Cologne
 The main square.

All travel photographs © 1973 - 2019 KryssTal

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