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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
France
Albi
 Street full of restaurants.
2016
France
Albi
 Shutters.
2016
France
Albi
 Cobbled streets.
2016
France
Albi
 Brick house and wooden shutters.
2016
France
Albi
 Sun and shade.
2016
France
Albi
 Small shop.
2016
France
Albi
 Deep in the old city.
2016
France
Albi
Cathedral de Ste-Cecil
 The Cathedral de Ste-Cecil dominates the old city of Albi.
2016
France
Albi
Cathedral de Ste-Cecil
 This is the largest brick cathedral in the world.
2016
France
Albi
Cathedral de Ste-Cecil
 The bell tower is 78m high.
2016
France
Albi
Cathedral de Ste-Cecil
 The entrance is like a gateway.
2016
France
Albi
Cathedral de Ste-Cecil
 The imposing walls are 40m high.
2016
France
Albi
Cathedral de Ste-Cecil
 Carvings on the gateway.
2016
France
Albi
Cathedral de Ste-Cecil
 Exterior carvings.
2016
France
Albi
Cathedral de Ste-Cecil
 The entrance portal.
2016
France
Albi
Cathedral de Ste-Cecil
 The interior is dominated by blue frescos.
2016
France
Albi
Cathedral de Ste-Cecil
 Behind the black altar is the world's largest painting of the Last Judgement.
2016
France
Albi
Cathedral de Ste-Cecil
 The choir and stained glass windows.
2016
France
Albi
Cathedral de Ste-Cecil
 The choir features multicoloured statues of angels.
2016
France
Albi
Cathedral de Ste-Cecil
 Statue of St Simon in the choir.
2016
France
Albi
Cathedral de Ste-Cecil
 The high vaulted interior.
2016
France
Albi
Cathedral de Ste-Cecil
 Most of the walls are covered with paintings showing the life of Jesus.
2016
France
Albi
Cathedral de Ste-Cecil
 The stained glass windows are long and thin.
2016
France
Albi
Cathedral de Ste-Cecil
 Detail of a stained glass window.
2016
France
Albi
Cathedral de Ste-Cecil
 Detail of a stained glass window.
2016
France
Albi
Berbie Palace
 The Berbie Palace was built in the 13th century for an archbishop.
2016
France
Albi
Berbie Palace
 View of the cathedral from the palace.
2016
France
Albi
Berbie Palace
 Narrow passageway.
2016
France
Albi
Berbie Palace
 The castle buildings.
2016
France
Albi
Berbie Palace
 The tower looms over the courtyard.
2016
France
Albi
Berbie Palace
 The courtyard.
2016
France
Albi
Berbie Palace
 View of the river and the town from the palace.
2016
France
Albi
Berbie Palace
 View of the river bank.
2016
France
Albi
Berbie Palace
 The gardens, the river and the town.
2016
France
Albi
Berbie Palace
 Manicured hedges.
2016
France
Albi
Berbie Palace
 Covered terrace.
2016
France
Albi
Berbie Palace
 The palace and its gardens.
2016
France
Albi
Berbie Palace
 The old city.
2016
France
Albi
Berbie Palace
 View across the river and two bridges.
2016
France
Albi
 Toulouse Lautrec painting on a door.
2016
France
Pyrenees
 Isolated settlements.
2016
France
Pyrenees
 The foothills of the Pyrenees.
2016
France
Pyrenees
 Village in the Pyrenees.
2016
France
Pyrenees
 Stone farmhouse.
2016
France
Pyrenees
 Small village.
2016
France
Pyrenees
 Church near Tignac.
2016
France
Pyrenees
 House in Ax-les-Thermes.
2016
France
Pyrenees
 The church at Ax-les-Thermes.
2016
France
Pyrenees
 Merens-les-Vals.
2016
Georgia
Tbilisi
 Tbilisi is the capital of Georgia.
2011
Georgia
Tbilisi
 Tbilisi is located on the Mtkvari River.
2011
Georgia
Tbilisi
Old City
 The old city is situated where the Mtkvari River narrows to a gorge.
2011
Georgia
Tbilisi
Old City
 Leafy streets of the Old City.
2011
Georgia
Tbilisi
Old City
 The old city of Tbilisi is dominated by Georgian and Armenian churches.
2011
Georgia
Tbilisi
Old City
 Many buildings are graced with overhanging balconies.
2011
Georgia
Tbilisi
Old City
 The Jvaris Mama Church and the Norasheni Church.
2011
Georgia
Tbilisi
Old City
Norasheni Church
 The disused Armeinian Norasheni Church dates from 1793.
2011
Georgia
Tbilisi
Old City
 Carved balcony.
2011
Georgia
Tbilisi
Old City
Jvaris Mama Church
 The external cross. In Georgian, "jvari" means cross.
2011
Georgia
Tbilisi
Old City
Jvaris Mama Church
 Interior murals on the arches.
2011
Georgia
Tbilisi
Old City
Jvaris Mama Church
 Mural at the rear of the church.
2011
Georgia
Tbilisi
Old City
Tbilisi Synagogue
 The city's main Synagogue.
2011
Georgia
Tbilisi
Old City
 The Old City lies on the steep banks of the river.
2011
Georgia
Tbilisi
Old City
 Building on a slope.
2011
Georgia
Tbilisi
Old City
Sioni Cathedral
 The conical dome is distinctive of the Caucas region.
2011
Georgia
Tbilisi
Old City
 Bell tower built in neo-Classical style by the Russians in 1812.
2011
Georgia
Tbilisi
Old City
 Wrought iron balcony.
2011
Georgia
Tbilisi
Old City
Karis Eklesia
 The church and the bell tower are both made of brick.
2011
Georgia
Tbilisi
Old City
 Decorated windows.
2011
Georgia
Tbilisi
Old City
Mechanical Bell Tower
 A mechanical bell tower held up by a girder.
2011
Georgia
Tbilisi
Old City
Mechanical Bell Tower
 Mosaics on the outer wall.
2011
Georgia
Tbilisi
Old City
Mechanical Bell Tower
 Detail of the top of the tower which springs to life in the evening.
2011
Georgia
Tbilisi
Old City
 Balconies covered by plants.
2011
Georgia
Tbilisi
Old City
Anchiskhati Basilica
 The brick gateway leading down to the basilica has Persian elements.
2011
Georgia
Tbilisi
Old City
Anchiskhati Basilica
 The metal door is decorated with religious images.
2011
Georgia
Tbilisi
Old City
Anchiskhati Basilica
 The interior.
2011
Georgia
Tbilisi
Old City
 Buildings in the old city.
2011
Georgia
Tbilisi
Old City
Tbilisi Mosque
 The mosque is the only one in the city to have survived the Russian occupation.
2011
Georgia
Tbilisi
Old City
 A group of churches in the Old City.
2011
Georgia
Tbilisi
Old City
 View of the old city on the banks of the Mtkvari River.
2011
Georgia
Tbilisi
Old City
 Tbilisi is famous for its ornate balconies.
2011
Georgia
Tbilisi
Old City
St George Cathedral
 The dome of the Armenian Cathedral of St George overlooked by the fortress.
2011
Georgia
Tbilisi
Old City
Orbeliani
 Orbeliani is a Central Asian style bath house.
2011
Georgia
Tbilisi
Old City
Orbeliani
 Detail of the Persian style tile work.
2011
Georgia
Tbilisi
Old City
 The Old City is the site of the original settlement.
2011
Georgia
Tbilisi
Old City
Gorgasalis Square
 View of Gorgasalis Square, the boundary of the Old City.
2011
Georgia
Tbilisi
Old City
Gorgasalis Square
 Balconies overlooking the square.
2011
Georgia
Tbilisi
Old City
Gorgasalis Square
 Triangular building.
2011
Georgia
Tbilisi
Old City
Gorgasalis Square
 Gorgasalis Square is overlooked by the fortress.
2011
Georgia
Tbilisi
Narikala Fortress
 Narikala Fortress and the Church of St Nicholas from Metekhi Bridge.
2011
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.
2011
Georgia
Tbilisi
Narikala Fortress
Church of St Nicholas
 Styalised external cross.
2011
Georgia
Tbilisi
Narikala Fortress
 The edge of the Old City against the fortress.
2011
Georgia
Tbilisi
 View over the Mtkvari River and the Avlabari district.
2011
Georgia
Tbilisi
 The gorge in the Avlabari district.
2011
Georgia
Tbilisi
 Kartlis Deda (Mother Georgia) holds a cup to welcome guests and a sword to fight off enemies.
2011
Georgia
Tbilisi
 The Bridge of Peace is a modern pedestrian crossing.
2011
Georgia
Tbilisi
 On the Bridge of Peace.
2011
Georgia
Tbilisi
Metekhi Church
 Metekhi Church is built on a rocky hill by the river.
2011
Georgia
Tbilisi
Metekhi Church
 View of the old city and the Metekhi Bridge.
2011

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