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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
Japan
Kyoto
Gosho Imperial Palace
 The grounds of the palace where all Japanese emperors are crowned.
1988
Japan
Kyoto
Gosho Imperial Palace
 The courtyard.
1988
Japan
Kyoto
Gosho Imperial Palace
 View of the courtyard from one of the buildings.
1988
Japan
Kyoto
Gosho Imperial Palace
 The extensive gardens.
1988
Japan
Kyoto
Gosho Imperial Palace
 The gardens around a lake.
1988
Japan
Kyoto
Gosho Imperial Palace
 Bridge.
1988
Japan
Kyoto
Gosho Imperial Palace
 Trees close to the buildings.
1988
Japan
Kyoto
Heian-Jingu Shrine
 The shrine has many red buildings.
1988
Japan
Kyoto
Higashi Honganji Temple
 The Higashi Honganji Temple is Buddhist.
1988
Japan
Kyoto
Higashi Honganji Temple
 The temple is surrounded by a moat.
1988
Japan
Kyoto
Higashi Honganji Temple
 The temple contains the largest wooden building in Kyoto.
1988
Japan
Kyoto
Sanjusangendo Temple
 The grounds of Sanjusangendo Temple.
1988
Japan
Kyoto
Kiyomizu-Dera Temple
 The orange pagoda of the Kiyomizu-Dera Temple.
1988
Japan
Kyoto
Kiyomizu-Dera Temple
 Decoration above the entrance.
1988
Japan
Kyoto
Kiyomizu-Dera Temple
 View of the pagoda.
1988
Japan
Kyoto
Kiyomizu-Dera Temple
 The complex is at the foot of a forested hill.
1988
Japan
Kyoto
Kiyomizu-Dera Temple
 Appeal against nuclear weapons.
1988
Japan
Kyoto
Kiyomizu-Dera Temple
 Bronze dragon.
1988
Japan
Kyoto
Kiyomizu-Dera Temple
 Small pool.
1988
Japan
Kyoto
Kiyomizu-Dera Temple
 Building surrounded by forest.
1988
Japan
Kyoto
Kiyomizu-Dera Temple
 Shops.
1988
Japan
Kyoto
Yasaka-Jinja Temple
 The Yasaka-Jinja Temple.
1988
Japan
Kyoto
Yasaka-Jinja Temple
 View from the courtyard.
1988
Japan
Kyoto
Chion-In Temple
 The Chion-In Temple.
1988
Japan
Kyoto
Chion-In Temple
 Small shrine.
1988
Japan
Kyoto
Shoren-In Temple
 The temple is set in an extensive garden.
1988
Japan
Kyoto
Shoren-In Temple
 The buildings are surrounded by trees.
1988
Japan
Kyoto
Shoren-In Temple
 Path through the garden.
1988
Japan
Kyoto
Shoren-In Temple
 Wooden covered walkway.
1988
Japan
Kyoto
Shoren-In Temple
 The temple complex is by a forested hill.
1988
Japan
Kyoto
Nanzen-Ji Temple
 Japanese Zen stone garden.
1988
Japan
Kyoto
Nanzen-Ji Temple
 The temple is surrounded by forest.
1988
Japan
Kyoto
Nanzen-Ji Temple
 The temple is a mix of wooden buildings and the Zen Garden.
1988
Japan
Kyoto
Nanzen-Ji Temple
 Stone garden.
1988
Japan
Kyoto
Nanzen-Ji Temple
 Rock garden and walkway.
1988
Japan
Kyoto
Nanzen-Ji Temple
 The walled complex.
1988
Japan
Kyoto
Nanzen-Ji Temple
 View of the temple.
1988
Japan
Kyoto
Eikando Temple
 The temple gardens.
1988
Japan
Kyoto
Eikando Temple
 Painted doors.
1988
Japan
Kyoto
Eikando Temple
 Small shrine.
1988
Japan
Kyoto
Ninnaji Temple
 The entrance gate to the Ninaji Temple.
1988
Japan
Kyoto
Ninnaji Temple
 The temple gate is protected by a pair of guardians.
1988
Japan
Kyoto
Ninnaji Temple
 Gate guardian.
1988
Japan
Kyoto
Ninnaji Temple
 The main shrine.
1988
Japan
Kyoto
Ninnaji Temple
 Many buildings are hidden by trees.
1988
Japan
Kyoto
Ninnaji Temple
 The setting of the complex is beautiful.
1988
Japan
Kyoto
Ninnaji Temple
 One of the Omuro flower arrangements.
1988
Japan
Kyoto
Ninnaji Temple
 The altar.
1988
Japan
Kyoto
Kinkaku-Ji
 The Kinkaku-Ji pavillion dates from 1397.
1988
Japan
Kyoto
Kinkaku-Ji
 Detail of the pavillion.
1988
Japan
Nara
 Nara was the first permanent capital of Japan.
1988
Japan
Nara
Kofukuji Temple
 The main shrine of the Kofukuji Temple.
1988
Japan
Nara
Kofukuji Temple
 The temple is Buddhist.
1988
Japan
Nara
Kofukuji Temple
 Deer roam freely in the temple grounds.
1988
Japan
Nara
Kofukuji Temple
 Small wooden building.
1988
Japan
Nara
Todaiji Temple
 Metal incense holder.
1988
Japan
Nara
Todaiji Temple
 One of the many temple buildings.
1988
Japan
Nara
Nigatsudo
 The Nigatsudo complex.
1988
Japan
Nara
Kashuga Shrine
 The main building is surrounded by lanterns.
1988
Japan
Nara
Kashuga Shrine
 Lanterns.
1988
Japan
Nara
Kashuga Shrine
 The shrine is set in gardens containing 3000 stone lanterns.
1988
Japan
Nara
Kashuga Shrine
 Stone lanterns.
1988
Japan
Nara
Horyn-Ji Temple
 Five storey pagoda.
1988
Japan
Nara
Horyn-Ji Temple
 Wooden cloisters.
1988
Japan
Nara
Horyn-Ji Temple
 Clay roof tiles.
1988
Japan
Nara
Horyn-Ji Temple
 Clay roof tiles with carvings.
1988
Japan
Nara
Horyn-Ji Temple
 The clay tiles are very ornate.
1988
Japan
Hiroshima
 The city of Hiroshima.
1988
Japan
Hiroshima
 The city is very modern with few older districts.
1988
Japan
Hiroshima
 The busy city centre.
1988
Japan
Hiroshima
Peace Park
 At 8:15am on 6 August 1945 the world's first atomic bomb exploded over Hiroshima, an event commemorated by the Peace Park.
1988
Japan
Hiroshima
Peace Park
 This bridge, 150m from Ground Zero, survived the blast.
1988
Japan
Hiroshima
Hiroshima Castle
 The river with Hiroshima Castle.
1988
Japan
Hiroshima
Hiroshima Castle
 The castle was rebuilt after being destroyed by the atom bomb in 1945.
1988
Japan
Hiroshima
Hiroshima Castle
 The Castle.
1988
Japan
West Japan
 Bridge that links Honshu and Shikoku islands.
1988
Japan
West Japan
 Honshu and Shikoku islands.
1988
Japan
West Japan
 The port city of Shimonoseki.
1988
Japan
West Japan
 View of Shimonoseki.
1988
Jordan
Amman
 Amman is the capital of Jordan.
1986
Jordan
Amman
 Modern bank building.
1986
Jordan
Amman
 Amman is built on many hills around a 2nd century Roman theatre.
1986
Jordan
Amman
 Roman ruins are scattered around the city.
1986
Jordan
Amman
 Steps climb the city's hills.
1986
Jordan
Amman
 The busy city centre.
1986
Jordan
Madaba
Church of St George
 The Church of St George.
1986
Jordan
Madaba
Church of St George
 The facade.
1986
Jordan
Madaba
Mount Nebo
 The small village at Mount Nebo.
1986
Jordan
Kerak
 Kerak is 1000m above sea level.
1986
Jordan
Dead Sea
 Palestinian settlement.
1986
Jordan
Jordan Valley
Tabaqat Fahl
 Tabaqat Fahl is a Palestinian village of refugees.
1986
Jordan
Jordan Valley
Tabaqat Fahl
 The village is set in an oasis.
1986
Jordan
Jordan Valley
Tabaqat Fahl
 The village overlooks the Jordan Valley. The hills of Israel-Palestine are in the distance.
1986
Jordan
Jordan Valley
Um Qais
 Um Qais is a small Jordanian village. As the ancient Gadara it was given to Cleopatra as a gift by Mark Anthony.
1986
Jordan
Petra
Wadi Musa
 Wadi Musa is a small village close to the ruins of Petra.
1986
Kazakhstan
Shar
 Painted wooden house at Shar.
2008
Kazakhstan
Shar
 Road across the steppe at Shar.
2008
Kazakhstan
Almaty
 View of Almaty, a green city.
2008
Kazakhstan
Almaty
Monument to Independence
 The Golden Man at the Monument to Independence is a symbol of the country.
2008
Kazakhstan
Almaty
Monument to Independence
 Releif showing Kazakhstan history.
2008

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