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Photos marked as were added from 1 October 2017.


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Province
State
Place
Location
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Ireland
Dublin
Christchurch Cathedral
 A series of five stained glass windows.
Ireland
Dublin
Christchurch Cathedral
 Wooden seats.
Ireland
Dublin
Christchurch Cathedral
 Single stained glass window.
Ireland
Dublin
Christchurch Cathedral
 The cathedral has a collection of modern icons.
Ireland
Dublin
Christchurch Cathedral
 Chapel of St Laud.
Ireland
Dublin
Christchurch Cathedral
 The interior of the Gothic Bridge.
Ireland
Dublin
Christchurch Cathedral
 Glass decorations on the Gothic Bridge.
Ireland
Dublin
Guinness Brewery
 The Guinness Brewery at St Patrick's.
Ireland
Dublin
Guinness Brewery
 View of the brewery from the main building.
Ireland
Dublin
Guinness Brewery
 St Patrick's Tower dates from 1805.
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem
Old City
 View over the Muslim Quarter of the old city of Jerusalem, a city holy to Christians, Muslims and Jews.
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem
Old City
 The old city of Jerusalem. This area is holy to three religions: Christianity, Islam and Judaism.
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem
Old City
 The walls of the old city of Jerusalem.
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem
Old City
Muslim Quarter
 Sweet shop in the Muslim Quarter of the old city of Jerusalem.
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem
Old City
Muslim Quarter
 Steps and arches.
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem
Old City
Muslim Quarter
 Street scene.
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem
Old City
Muslim Quarter
 View of the old city.
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem
Old City
Muslim Quarter
 The hilly old city.
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem
Old City
Muslim Quarter
 Man carrying sweets.
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem
Old City
Armenian Quarter
 The Armenian Quarter in the old walled city of Jerusalem.
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem
Old City
Armenian Quarter
 Tile from an Armenian church.
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem
Old City
Armenian Quarter
 Carving on an Armenian church.
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem
Old City
Jewish Quarter
 The Jewish Quarter of old Jerusalem was rebuilt after 1967.
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem
Old City
Jewish Quarter
 The modern Jewish Quarter.
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem
Harem es Sharif
Dome of the Rock
 The Dome of the Rock houses a rock believed to be where Abraham was to sacrifice his son, Isaac.
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem
Harem es Sharif
Dome of the Rock
 The elaborately decorated entrance.
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem
Harem es Sharif
Dome of the Rock
 Detail of the beautiful tilework.
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem
Harem es Sharif
Al Aksa Mosque
 The Al Aksa Mosque. Muslims believe Mohammad ascended to heaven from this spot.
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem
Harem es Sharif
Al Aksa Mosque
 The minaret.
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem
Harem es Sharif
 The Harem es Sharif is under Palestinian control.
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem
Harem es Sharif
 View of the Harem es Sharif.
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem
Harem es Sharif
 Islamic school.
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem
Old City
Via Dolorosa
 Station 1 (now an Islamic school) is where Pilate condemned Jesus to death.
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem
Old City
Via Dolorosa
 Station 2 (now a Franciscan chapel) marks where Jesus was whipped by the Romans.
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem
Old City
Via Dolorosa
 The Ecce Homo Arch (2nd century) where Pilate declared "behold the man".
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem
Old City
Via Dolorosa
 Station 4 (an Armenian Catholic church) where Jesus met his mother.
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem
Old City
Via Dolorosa
 Station 5 is Jesus' handprint on the wall. Simon takes up the cross.
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem
Old City
Via Dolorosa
 Station 6 is where Christians believe Veronica hands Jesus the handkerchief that Jusus wiped his face on, leaving an image. The name Veronica means "true image"
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem
Old City
Via Dolorosa
 Station 9. The Coptic church that marks Jesus falling for the third time.
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem
Old City
Via Dolorosa
 An Armenian Orthodox church near Golgotha, the site of the crucifiction.
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem
Old City
Church of the Holy Sepelchre
 Inside the church there are many chapels shared among several denominations of Christianity.
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem
Mount of Olives
 Views of the old city from the Jewish Necropolis on the Mount of Olives.
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem
Mount of Olives
Tomb of the Virgin
 The 1130 AD Crusader Tomb of the Virgin.
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem
Mount of Olives
Basillica of the Agony
 The Basillica of the Agony (1924) is set in the Garden of Gethsemene.
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem
Mount of Olives
Basillica of the Agony
 The rock where Christians believe Jesus agonised and prayed while his disciples slept.
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem
Mount of Olives
Dominus Flavit
 The tear shaped Dominus Flavit Church ("Jesus Wept") was built in 1891 on the site of a mosque that was built in 1518 on the site of a church.
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem
Mount of Olives
Dominus Flavit
 View from the altar.
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem
Mount of Olives
Pater Noster Church
 The Pater Noster ("Our Father") Church dates from 1856.
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem
Mount of Olives
Pater Noster Church
 The Pater Noster Church is over the grotto where Jeses taught the Lord's Prayer to his disciples.
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem
Mount of Olives
Pater Noster Church
 Tiles display the Lord's Prayer in many languages, including Greek.
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem
Mount of Olives
Pater Noster Church
 The Lord's Prayer in Hebrew.
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem
Mount of Olives
Pater Noster Church
 "Our Father" in Arabic.
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem
Mount of Olives
 The Russian Orthodox Church of Magdalene.
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem
Mount of Olives
 The mosque was originally a Crusader church and became a mosque in 1187. It is on the summit of the Mount of Olives.
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem
Kidron Valley
 The Kidron Valley is between the city and the Mount of Olives.
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem
Kidron Valley
 The valley has many tombs carved from solid rock.
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem
Mount Zion
 Mount Zion is dotted with churches and mosques.
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem
Mount Zion
 Christian mosaic.
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem
En Karem
 En Karem is a suburb of West Jerusalem.
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem
En Karem
Church of John The Baptist
 The Church of John The Baptist.
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem
En Karem
Church of John The Baptist
 The interior.
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem
En Karem
 The Roman catholic Visitatio Mariae Church is where the Virgin Mary visited her cousin Elizabeth.
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem
En Karem
 View of En Karem.
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem
El Lazariye
 The suburb of El Lazariye, the Biblical Bethany.
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem
El Lazariye
 The Church of Lazarus marks the site of the tomb of Lazarus.
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem
 The Shrine of the Book is a museum for the Dead Sea Scrolls. The Knesset (parliament) is behind right.
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem
 The Knesset is the Israeli parliament.
Israel / Palestine
Bethlehem
 Bethlehem (House of Bread), 9km South of Jerusalem, is a Christian town in the West Bank.
Israel / Palestine
Bethlehem
Church of the Nativity
 The church was rebuilt in 529 but survived invations by the Persians, Crusaders, Mameluks and Ottomans.
Israel / Palestine
Bethlehem
 There are several churches in Bethlehem.
Israel / Palestine
Bethlehem
 The Grotto of the Milk.
Israel / Palestine
Bethlehem
 A church clocktower.
Israel / Palestine
Jericho
 Jericho is an oasis to the north of the Dead Sea.
Israel / Palestine
Jericho
 Jericho is part of the West Bank.
Israel / Palestine
Jericho
 The oasis is is below sea level.
Israel / Palestine
Jericho
 Shops selling dates.
Israel / Palestine
Jericho
 Jericho is an Arab city.
Israel / Palestine
Jericho
 Jericho is surrounded by barren mountains.
Israel / Palestine
Jericho
 Shops and a tree.
Israel / Palestine
Jericho
 Jericho is very fertile.
Israel / Palestine
Jericho
 The oasis is close the Dead Sea.
Israel / Palestine
Jericho
 Bridge over a dried up river.
Israel / Palestine
Jericho
 Jericho is North of the Dead Sea.
Israel / Palestine
Jericho
 Jericho is an Arab city.
Israel / Palestine
Jericho
 Quaranta Mountain is the Biblical Mount of Temptation.
Israel / Palestine
Hebron
 The West Bank city of Al-Halil (The Friend) known to the Israelis as Hebron.
Israel / Palestine
Hebron
Harem-el-Halil
 The Harem-el-Halil was built by Herod and extended by the Arabs and Crusaders.
Israel / Palestine
Hebron
 The old city is mainly Arab.
Israel / Palestine
Hebron
 Shoe shop.
Israel / Palestine
Hebron
 Street scene.
Israel / Palestine
Hebron
 Street scene.
Israel / Palestine
Hebron
Bani Naim
 The village of Bani Naim, traditional birthplace of the Biblical character, Lot.
Israel / Palestine
Hebron
Bani Naim
 Bani Naim is a Palestinian village.
Israel / Palestine
Hebron
Bani Naim
 View of the village.
Israel / Palestine
Nablus
 The West Bank city of Nablus.
Israel / Palestine
Nablus
 Nablus is set in a desert hilly landscape.
Israel / Palestine
Nablus
 The name Nablus comes from the Greek Neapolis (New City).
Israel / Palestine
Nablus
 The city was founded by Roman Emperor, Titus is 72. It has been ruled by Samaritans, Christians, Arabs and the Ottomans.
Israel / Palestine
Nablus
 The city has been occupied by Israel since 1967 and is a centre of Palestinian resistance.
Israel / Palestine
Nablus
 Jacob's Well.

All travel photographs © 1973 - 2017 KryssTal

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