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Photos marked as were added from 18 March 2019.


Country
Province
State
Place
Location
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Malta
Mdina
Falson Palace
 The last owner was artist Olof Gollcher who died in 1962.
Malta
Mdina
Falson Palace
 The courtyard.
Malta
Mdina
 Purple balconies.
Malta
Mdina
 Narrow streets.
Malta
Mdina
 Small pjazza in the old city.
Malta
Mdina
St Paul's Cathedral
 Entrance to St Paul's Cathedral.
Malta
Mdina
St Paul's Cathedral
 The cathedral was built over an original Norman church.
Malta
Mdina
St Paul's Cathedral
 Carved wooden font cover.
Malta
Mdina
St Paul's Cathedral
 The dome.
Malta
Mdina
St Paul's Cathedral
 Silver crucifix.
Malta
Mdina
St Paul's Cathedral
 Phonoecian coins in Malta.
Malta
Mdina
St Paul's Cathedral
 Silk vestment.
Malta
Mdina
 Houses with balconies.
Malta
Mdina
 House front.
Malta
Mdina
 Small pjazza.
Malta
Mdina
 Stone doorway.
Malta
Mdina
 Building front.
Malta
Mdina
Natural History Museum
 The Natural History Museum is set in a large mansion.
Malta
Rabat
Domus Romana
 Domus Romana is a museum built over a 1st Century Roman townhouse.
Malta
Rabat
 Curved street with balconies.
Malta
Rabat
 Window.
Malta
Rabat
 St Joseph's Church.
Malta
Rabat
 Street scene.
Malta
Rabat
St Paul's Church
 Exterior mosaic.
Malta
Rabat
Wignacourt Museum
 The Wignacourt Museum is set in a mansion.
Malta
Hagar
 Stone houses and stone walls.
Malta
Hagar
 Stone houses.
Mexico
Baja California
San Jose del Cabo
 San Jose del Cabo is a resort town in the South of the peninsula.
Mexico
Baja California
San Jose del Cabo
 Cacti growing in the street.
Mexico
Baja California
San Jose del Cabo
 Spectacular beach.
Mexico
Baja California
San Jose del Cabo
 Spanish style church.
Mexico
Baja California
San Jose del Cabo
 Flower decked street.
Mexico
Baja California
San Lucas
 Club in San Lucas, the most southerly town on the peninsula.
Mexico
Creel
 The main plaza in Creel at 2300m.
Mexico
Creel
 Creel is the largest town in the highlands of Chihuahua state.
Mexico
Creel
 Most of the population of the town are Tamahumara.
Mexico
Creel
 Wooden pillar on a house with Tamahumara carving.
Mexico
Creel
 Horses wonder through the town.
Mexico
Creel
 Tins of Popeye spinach in a shop.
Mexico
Creel
 Wooden house among the rocks.
Mexico
Creel
 Tamahumara cave dwelling.
Mexico
Creel
 Ranches.
Mexico
Creel
 Ranch life.
Mexico
Creel
 Cave dwellings are common in Creel.
Mexico
Creel
 A homestead.
Mexico
Creel
 Village church near Creel.
Mexico
Creel
 The church dates from 1744.
Mexico
Creel
 The painted interior.
Mexico
Creel
 Small settlement near Creel.
Mexico
Creel
Basihuare
 Basihuare is a small Tamahumara village near Creel.
Mexico
Chihuahua
 Chihuahua is a large city on the highland plains.
Mexico
Chihuahua
 The Chihuahua dog was originally bred here.
Mexico
Chihuahua
Cathedral
 The Cathedral is covered with stone carvings.
Mexico
Chihuahua
Cathedral
 The Cathedral dates from 1826.
Mexico
Chihuahua
 Buying ice cream.
Mexico
Chihuahua
 City centre.
Mexico
Chihuahua
House of Pancho Villa
 The car in which Pancho Villa was assassinated in 1923.
Mexico
Zacatecas
 Zacatecas (2400m) is a silver mining town.
Mexico
Zacatecas
 Zacatecas is a town of hilly narrow streets.
Mexico
Zacatecas
 At one time 20% of the country's silver came from the city.
Mexico
Zacatecas
 Street stall.
Mexico
Zacatecas
 People enjoying a music festival.
Mexico
Zacatecas
 Crowd greeting the visit of the President of Guatemala.
Mexico
Zacatecas
 A mariachi band. The music originated in Central Mexico.
Mexico
Zacatecas
Convent of Guadaloup
 The Convent of Guadaloup is Fransiscan.
Mexico
Zacatecas
Convent of Guadaloup
 The elegant Capilla de Napoles.
Mexico
Zacatecas
Convent of Guadaloup
 The interior of the Capilla de Napoles is almost pure gold.
Mexico
Zacatecas
 Hidalgo Square.
Mexico
Zacatecas
 The Government Palace was formerly a baron's mansion.
Mexico
Zacatecas
Cathedral
 The Cathedral dates from 1752.
Mexico
Zacatecas
Cathedral
 The carved belltowers.
Mexico
Zacatecas
Cathedral
 The Cathedral is covered with elaborate carvings.
Mexico
Zacatecas
 The town has many colonial buildings.
Mexico
Zacatecas
 Archway in the old city centre.
Mexico
Zacatecas
Calderon Theatre
 The Calderon Theatre dates from the 19th century.
Mexico
Zacatecas
Calderon Theatre
 The theatre entrance.
Mexico
Zacatecas
Calderon Theatre
 Stained glass window.
Mexico
Zacatecas
 The Gonzales Ortega Market was contructed in 1889.
Mexico
Zacatecas
 The Gonzales Ortega Market contains many restaurants with local dishes.
Mexico
Zacatecas
 San Agustin Convent.
Mexico
Zacatecas
 Walking in the city centre.
Mexico
Zacatecas
 Street scene in the city centre.
Mexico
Zacatecas
 On the doorstep.
Mexico
Zacatecas
Pedro Coronel Museum
 Pre-hispanic statuette.
Mexico
Zacatecas
Pedro Coronel Museum
 Pre-hispanic head.
Mexico
Zacatecas
Pedro Coronel Museum
 African masks.
Mexico
Zacatecas
 Bufa Hill is the highest point in the city.
Mexico
Zacatecas
 View of the city from Bufa Hill.
Mexico
Guadalajara
 Guadalajara is Mexico's second largest city and is at 1550m.
Mexico
Guadalajara
 Tequila, mariachi and sombreros originated in Guadalajara.
Mexico
Guadalajara
Plaza de los Laurels
 The Cathedral dates from 1616.
Mexico
Guadalajara
Plaza de los Armas
 The Plaza de los Armas is next to the Plaza de los Laurels.
Mexico
Guadalajara
Plaza de los Armas
 The plaza is green and surrounded by elegant buildings.
Mexico
Guadalajara
 The City Hall dates from 1774.
Mexico
Guadalajara
 Mural of Hidalgo, who led the drive for independence from Spain.
Mexico
Guadalajara
 The Cathedral in the neighbouring square.
Mexico
Guadalajara
 The Degollado Theatre.
Mexico
Guadalajara
 The interior of the Degollado Theatre.
Mexico
Guadalajara
Plaza Tapatia
 Brass scuplture in the Plaza Tapatia.
Mexico
Guadalajara
Plaza Tapatia
 The plaza is pedestrianised.

All travel photographs © 1973 - 2019 KryssTal

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