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Photos marked as were added from 18 March 2019.


Country
Province
State
Place
Location
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Iran
Kharanaq
 Shrine in the fields.
Iran
Kharanaq
 House next to the citadel.
Iran
Kharanaq
 Houses in the old village.
Iran
Kharanaq
 Houses in the old part of Kharanaq.
Iran
Kharanaq
 Multi storey houses.
Iran
Shiraz
Vakil Bazaar
 The entrance to Vakil Bazaar, the largest covered market in Shiraz.
Iran
Shiraz
Vakil Bazaar
 Vakil Bazaar is set in a vaulted brick building built under Karim Khan.
Iran
Shiraz
Vakil Bazaar
 Vakil Bazaar is famous for its carpet shops.
Iran
Shiraz
Vakil Bazaar
 Shiraz carpets for sale.
Iran
Shiraz
Vakil Bazaar
 Framed carpet painting.
Iran
Shiraz
Vakil Bazaar
 Shop selling cloth.
Iran
Shiraz
Vakil Bazaar
 Persian perfumes.
Iran
Shiraz
 Fruit juice and snack shop in central Shiraz.
Iran
Shiraz
 Poetry books for sale.
Iran
Shiraz
 Kettles and tea pots.
Iran
Shiraz
 Fruit shop.
Iran
Shiraz
Shrine of Shah Cheragh
 Pilgrims visiting the 9th century shrine.
Iran
Shiraz
Nasir ol Molk Mosque
 The Nasir ol Molk Mosque dates from the 19th century.
Iran
Shiraz
Nasir ol Molk Mosque
 Decoration from the East iwan (gate).
Iran
Shiraz
Nasir ol Molk Mosque
 The West gate.
Iran
Shiraz
Nasir ol Molk Mosque
 The mosque is a riot of colour and decoration.
Iran
Shiraz
Nasir ol Molk Mosque
 Detail of the courtyard tiled walls.
Iran
Shiraz
Melli Park
 Melli Park is a large green space in the north of Shiraz.
Iran
Shiraz
Melli Park
 Families relax in tents and have picnics.
Iran
Shiraz
Shrine of Emir Ali
 The 19th century Shrine of Emir Ali.
Iran
Shiraz
Shrine of Emir Ali
 The courtyard of the shrine.
Iran
Shiraz
Tomb of Sa'di
 Sa'di died in 1291. His most famous works are "Rose Garden" and "Garden of Trees".
Iran
Shiraz
Tomb of Sa'di
 The tomb od Sa'di is set in a garden near the edge of Shiraz.
Iran
Shiraz
Tomb of Sa'di
 Roses are a feature of the garden at the Sa'di tomb.
Iran
Shiraz
Naranjastan Garden
 The Naranjastan Garden is set around a Qajar era pavillion. "Naranjastan" is Sanskrit for "land of oranges".
Iran
Shiraz
Naranjastan Garden
 Tiles along the outside wall of the garden in the style of Persian minature paintings.
Iran
Shiraz
Tomb of Hafez
 The entrance garden to the tomb of Khajeh Shams-ed Din Mohammad, Persia's most famous poet, better known as Hafez.
Iran
Shiraz
Tomb of Hafez
 The gateway to the tomb is at a higher level than the garden.
Iran
Shiraz
Tomb of Hafez
 The tomb of Hafez is always busy as he is Persia's best loved poet.
Ireland
Dublin
 Dublin in the capital of the Irish Republic.
Ireland
Dublin
 Row of Georgian houses North of the river.
Ireland
Dublin
 Custom House.
Ireland
Dublin
 Statue of James Connolly, campaigner for Irish Independence who was executed by the British.
Ireland
Dublin
 Shoe shop.
Ireland
Dublin
 Butcher shop.
Ireland
Dublin
Celt Pub
 The Celt Pub is famous for its traditional music nights.
Ireland
Dublin
Celt Pub
 Guiness advert. Guinness is a brown stout beer famous in Ireland.
Ireland
Dublin
Celt Pub
 Guiness advert.
Ireland
Dublin
Celt Pub
 Guiness advert.
Ireland
Dublin
Celt Pub
 Irish beers.
Ireland
Dublin
 A warehouse converted into a city centre hostel.
Ireland
Dublin
 Statue of writer, James Joyce.
Ireland
Dublin
 Tourist shop.
Ireland
Dublin
 Tram.
Ireland
Dublin
 O'Shea's pub.
Ireland
Dublin
 O'Connell Street is the city's main shopping street.
Ireland
Dublin
 Statue of Jim Larkin, a trade unionist, in the centre of O'Connell Street.
Ireland
Dublin
General Post Office
 The General Post Office is the scene of the 1916 Uprising.
Ireland
Dublin
General Post Office
 Gaelic sign.
Ireland
Dublin
General Post Office
 The interior where Ireland's independence was declared.
Ireland
Dublin
General Post Office
 Counters in art deco style.
Ireland
Dublin
General Post Office
 Counter with Gaelic writing.
Ireland
Dublin
 Corner bar in the south of the river.
Ireland
Dublin
 Garda (police) station.
Ireland
Dublin
 Doyles Bar.
Ireland
Dublin
Bank of Ireland
 The Bank of Ireland building was built in 1729.
Ireland
Dublin
Trinity College
 Trinity College was founded in 1592 by Queen Elizabeth I.
Ireland
Dublin
Trinity College
 The college was founded on lands confiscated from a monastery.
Ireland
Dublin
Trinity College
 The Exam Hall dates from 1791.
Ireland
Dublin
Trinity College
 The Capanille (bell tower) was erected in 1853 in the centre of the former monastery on the site.
Ireland
Dublin
Trinity College
 The Rubrics Building dates from 1690.
Ireland
Dublin
Trinity College
 The Graduates' Memorial Building.
Ireland
Dublin
Trinity College
 The Front Gate dates from 1759.
Ireland
Dublin
Trinity College
 The Chapel dates from 1798 and was designed by architect, Sir William Chambers.
Ireland
Dublin
Trinity College
Old Library
 The Old Library contains over 200000 books.
Ireland
Dublin
Trinity College
Old Library
 Exhibition about the Book of Kells, an illuminated Bible dating from c 800 and one of the oldest books in the world.
Ireland
Dublin
 Corner shop.
Ireland
Dublin
 Pharmacy.
Ireland
Dublin
 House where writer, Oscar Wilde, was born in 1864.
Ireland
Dublin
 Statue of Oscar Wilde.
Ireland
Dublin
 House where Oscar Wilde lived with his parents.
Ireland
Dublin
 Terraced Georgian houses at Merrion Square.
Ireland
Dublin
 House where poet William Butler Yeates lived.
Ireland
Dublin
 Leinster House, the parliament building.
Ireland
Dublin
 Shop display.
Ireland
Dublin
 Huguenot cemetary.
Ireland
Dublin
 House where Bram Stoker, the writer of Dracula, lived.
Ireland
Dublin
National Museum
 The National Museum exhibits items from around the country.
Ireland
Dublin
 House where the Duke of Wellington was born.
Ireland
Dublin
 Small bar.
Ireland
Dublin
 House where Austrian physisist Erwin Schroninger lived between 1940 and 1956.
Ireland
Dublin
 Soap and matches in a shop display.
Ireland
Dublin
 Hotel lounge in a series of houses that includes the birthplace of playwrite, George Bernard Shaw.
Ireland
Dublin
 Small church in a terrace.
Ireland
Dublin
 A pub called Poet's Corner.
Ireland
Dublin
 By the River Liffey.
Ireland
Dublin
Temple Bar
 The Merchants Arch is the entrance to Temple Bar.
Ireland
Dublin
Temple Bar
 View of the Halfpenny Bridge from the Merchants Arch.
Ireland
Dublin
Temple Bar
 The narrow streets of the old part of Dublin.
Ireland
Dublin
Temple Bar
 Temple Bar is famous for its pubs and bars.
Ireland
Dublin
Temple Bar
 The Oliver Pub.
Ireland
Dublin
Temple Bar
 Pub wall sign.
Ireland
Dublin
Temple Bar
 The Distillery.
Ireland
Dublin
Temple Bar
 The Auld Dubliner Pub.
Ireland
Dublin
Temple Bar
 The Flannery.

All travel photographs © 1973 - 2019 KryssTal

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