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Photo Subject : Historical Sites

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Photos marked as were added from 30 June 2018.


Country
Province
State
Place
Location
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South Africa
Cape Town
District 6 Museum
 The District 6 Museum in the older part of Cape Town.
South Africa
Cape Town
District 6 Museum
 Street signs from District 6, a mixed township of 60,000 people buldozed in 1968 when it was declared a whites only area under apartheid.
South Africa
Cape Town
District 6 Museum
 Apartheid poster in the District 6 Museum in Cape Town.
South Africa
Cape Town
District 6 Museum
 Names and addresses of former residents of District 6.
South Africa
Robben Island
 The maximum security prison at Robben Island where Nelson Mandela spent 13 of his 27 years in captivity.
South Africa
Robben Island
 Inside the prison, a line of cells.
South Africa
Robben Island
 The cell and some of the belongings of prisoner 466/64 (Nelson Mandela) for 13 years on Robben Island.
South Africa
Robben Island
 Photograph of Nelson Mandela and Walter Sisula in the prison yard in 1966.
South Africa
Robben Island
 The Governor's House.
South Africa
Kirstenbosch
 Sculpture of a mother and child in the gardens of Kirstenbosch.
South Africa
Stellenbosch
Schreuderhuis
 The furniture in Schreuderhuis dates from 1690 to 1720.
South Africa
Stellenbosch
Schreuderhuis
 Dining room in Schreuderhuis.
South Africa
Stellenbosch
Schreuderhuis
 Kitchen implements.
South Africa
Stellenbosch
Schreuderhuis
 Wooden toilet.
South Africa
Stellenbosch
Blettermanhuis
 Blettermanhuis dates from 1789 and was built by a magistrate appointed by the Dutch East India Company.
South Africa
Stellenbosch
Blettermanhuis
 The furniture in Blettermanhuis is typical of the period 1750 to 1780.
South Africa
Stellenbosch
Grosvernor House
 Room in Grosvernor House. The furniture dates between 1800 to 1830.
South Africa
Stellenbosch
Bergh House
 The interior of the O M Bergh House.
South Africa
Stellenbosch
Bergh House
 Dining room in the O M Bergh House.
South Africa
Stellenbosch
Bergh House
 Colonial kitchen in the O M Bergh House, part of the Stellenbosch Village Museum.
South Africa
Stellenbosch
Bergh House
 Victorian fireplace.
South Africa
Stellenbosch
Bergh House
 Children's room.
South Africa
Boschendal
 The Dutch style manor house at Boschendal dates from 1812.
Boschendal is a large wine growing estate.
South Africa
Boschendal
 The original stables at Boschendal are now a shop.
South Africa
Boschendal
 The slave quarters date from 1796 and are now a restaurant.
South Africa
Spier
 Spier is one of the many wine estates in the Winelands region. The main building is in typical Cape Dutch style.
South Africa
Oudtshoorn
 Feather Castle was built in the 19th century by a rich ostrich farmer.
South Africa
Cango Caves
 San wall paintings at the Cango Caves.
South Korea
Seoul
Pagoda Park
 A 12m high Koryo pagoda dating from 1467.
South Korea
Seoul
Pagoda Park
 A 1471 monument scarred by the 1950 war.
South Korea
Seoul
Pagoda Park
 The Royal Ancestral Shrine houses tablets of 27 of Korea's kings.
South Korea
Seoul
Kyongbok Palace
 The main gate to Kyongbok Palace.
South Korea
Seoul
Kyongbok Palace
 The Governor's Residence was built by the occupying Japanese.
South Korea
Seoul
Kyongbok Palace
 Heungnyemun gate.
South Korea
Seoul
Kyongbok Palace
 The palace buildings are set in extensive grounds.
South Korea
Seoul
Kyongbok Palace
 Kyongbok Palace dates from 1392.
South Korea
Seoul
Kyongbok Palace
 The palace was founded by King Taejo who invented the rain gauge and the Korean alphabet.
South Korea
Seoul
Kyongbok Palace
 Pagoda at Kyongbok Palace.
South Korea
Seoul
Kyongbok Palace
 Hyangwonjeong Pavilion was built in 1873.
South Korea
Seoul
Kyongbok Palace
 The palace walls.
South Korea
Seoul
Kyongbok Palace
 Gyeonghoeru Pavilion was once used for banquets.
South Korea
Seoul
Kyongbok Palace
 Wooden apartments.
South Korea
Seoul
Kyongbok Palace
 Jagyeongjeon Hall is the last queen's apartments.
South Korea
Seoul
Changdok Palace
 The main hall of Changdok Palace was built in 1405 and was used for coronations.
South Korea
Seoul
Changdok Palace
 The entrance to the conference halls.
South Korea
Seoul
Changdok Palace
 Conference halls with blue tiles signifying royalty. The roof animals are for protection.
South Korea
Seoul
Changdok Palace
 The Royal Apartments where the last king died in 1926.
South Korea
Panmunjon
 Steam locomotive at Panmunjon, the border between North and South Korea.
South Korea
Panmunjon
 Tank from the Korean War.
South Korea
Panmunjon
 War bunker close to the frontier.
South Korea
Panmunjon
 War memorial.
South Korea
Panmunjon
 The impenatrable border between North and South Korea.
South Korea
Korean Folk Village
 Rich person's store house.
South Korea
Korean Folk Village
 Ondol chimney for traditional Korean underfloor heating.
South Korea
Korean Folk Village
 Typical Korean house.
South Korea
Korean Folk Village
 Cotton weaving.
South Korea
Korean Folk Village
 Farm house from Northern Korea.
South Korea
Suweon
 The South Gate of Suwon, an ancient fortress city rebuilt in the 18th century.
South Korea
Suweon
 Watchtower along the extensive walls of the city.
South Korea
Suweon
 The Water Gate at Suweon, an ancient fortress city.
South Korea
Suweon
 The ancient city walls overlooking the modern city.
South Korea
Suweon
 The West Gate painted with the Ying Yang symbol of Korea.
South Korea
Soraksan National Park
 A group of urns.
South Korea
Namhansansong
 The command post of the 2000 year old fortress of Namhansansong was built in 1624.
South Korea
Namhansansong
 The walls of the fortress are 16km long and date from 1626.
South Korea
Kongju
 Tomb 6 is a mound dating from the 6th century.
South Korea
Kongju
 Stone container.
South Korea
Kongju
 Entrance to the tomb of King Munyong excavated in 1971 with the discovery of 2906 items.
South Korea
Kongju
 Lotus bricks lining the tomb of King Munyong (d 523 AD) in Kongju.
South Korea
Kongju
 The entrance to tomb 5 (6th century) excavated in 1932.
South Korea
Kongju
 Wooden coffin in Tomb 5.
South Korea
Kongju
 The interior of Tomb 5 is lined with lotus bricks.
South Korea
Kongju
 Carved slab in Tomb 5.
South Korea
Mount Keryeong National Park
Kap Sa Temple
 The Kap Sa Temple dates from 420.
South Korea
Mount Keryeong National Park
Kap Sa Temple
 The temple dates from the Paekje Dynasty.
South Korea
Mount Keryeong National Park
Kap Sa Temple
 The temple is set in a forested valley.
South Korea
Mount Keryeong National Park
Kap Sa Temple
 The wooden buildings are buckling with age.
South Korea
Mount Keryeong National Park
Kap Sa Temple
 View from the temple.
South Korea
Mount Keryeong National Park
Kap Sa Temple
 Small shrine.
South Korea
Mount Keryeong National Park
Kap Sa Temple
 Painted building.
South Korea
Mount Keryeong National Park
Kap Sa Temple
 Wall painting.
South Korea
Taejon
Kwan Juk Temple
 The entrance to the Kwan Juk Temple near Taejon.
South Korea
Taejon
Kwan Juk Temple
 One of the temple buildings.
South Korea
Taejon
Kwan Juk Temple
 The 18m high Buddha is made from three pieces of granite and dates from 968.
South Korea
Taejon
Kwan Juk Temple
 The largest stone Buddha in Korea dates from the Koryo Dynasty.
South Korea
Taejon
Kwan Juk Temple
 Wall painting.
South Korea
Taejon
Kwan Juk Temple
 Painted walls.
South Korea
Songni San National Park
Popju Sa Temple
 The Popju Sa Temple.
South Korea
Songni San National Park
Popju Sa Temple
 An iron bowl for cooking rice for 3000 monks was made in the 8th century.
South Korea
Songni San National Park
Popju Sa Temple
 Drum and bell.
South Korea
Songni San National Park
Popju Sa Temple
 The complex is set in a forested valley.
South Korea
Songni San National Park
Popju Sa Temple
 Painted eves.
South Korea
Songni San National Park
Popju Sa Temple
 The Daeongo-Jeon Hall.
South Korea
Songni San National Park
Popju Sa Temple
 The Daeongo-Jeon Hall is highly decorated.
South Korea
Songni San National Park
Popju Sa Temple
 Doorway to the Daeongo-Jeon Hall.
South Korea
Songni San National Park
Popju Sa Temple
 8th century stone basin.
South Korea
Songni San National Park
Popju Sa Temple
 Stone lantern from the 8th century.
South Korea
Songni San National Park
Popju Sa Temple
 Temple altar.
South Korea
Songni San National Park
Popju Sa Temple
 The monastery.
South Korea
Songni San National Park
Popju Sa Temple
 A 10th Century Buddha relief, 6m high.

All travel photographs © 1973 - 2018 KryssTal

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