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Photo Subject : Historical Sites

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Photos marked as were added from 30 June 2018.


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Thailand
Sukhothai
Wat Sri Chum
 Entrance to Wat Sri Chum.
Thailand
Sukhothai
Wat Sri Chum
 The 11m high Buddha.
Thailand
Sukhothai
Wat Sri Chum
 The head of the 11m hight Buddha.
Thailand
Sukhothai
Wat Sri Chum
 The hand of the Buddha.
Thailand
Sukhothai
 The 13th century Wat Mahatat.
Thailand
Sukhothai
 Large standing Buddha.
Thailand
Sukhothai
 The Khmer style Wat Si Sawai.
Thailand
Sukhothai
 Wat Si Sawai dates from the 12th century.
Thailand
Sukhothai
 One of the many islands at the site.
Thailand
Sukhothai
 Wat Sorasak has elephants on the base of its stupa.
Thailand
Sukhothai
Wat Phra Pai Luang
 Wat Phra Pai Luang is a 12th century Khmer shrine.
Thailand
Sukhothai
Wat Phra Pai Luang
 The shrine is surrounded by an 800m square moat.
Thailand
Sukhothai
Wat Phra Pai Luang
 Khmer decoration.
Thailand
Sukhothai
 Wat Saphan Hin is a 12.5m high Buddha at the top of a 200m hill.
Thailand
Si Satchanalai
Ancient City
 Wat Si Ratana Mahatat is part of a Sukhothai-era ancient city.
Thailand
Si Satchanalai
Ancient City
 Stupa (Wat Si Ratana Mahatat).
Thailand
Si Satchanalai
Ancient City
 Roof decoration on Wat Si Ratana Mahatat.
Thailand
Si Satchanalai
Ancient City
 Incomplete statue in Wat Si Ratana Mahatat.
Thailand
Si Satchanalai
Ancient City
 Wat Suan Kaen Utayan Noi has a sanctuary resembling a house.
Thailand
Si Satchanalai
Ancient City
 The Sri Lankan style Wat Chang Lom.
Thailand
Si Satchanalai
Ancient City
 Wat Chedi Jet Thaew contains seven rows of lotus bud chedis.
Thailand
Si Satchanalai
Ancient City
 Luk Muang.
Thailand
Si Satchanalai
Ancient City
 House shaped sanctuary on the hilltop Wat KhaoPhanom Ploeng.
Thailand
Phannom Rung
 Phannom Rung is the largest Khmer temple in Thailand.
Thailand
Phannom Rung
 The Khmer style Phannom Rung temple dates from 1150.
Thailand
Phannom Rung
 Phannom Rung is famous for its carved lintels showing Hindu themes.
Thailand
Phannom Rung
 Detail of a lintel.
Thailand
Phannom Rung
 Carved stone decoration.
Thailand
Chiang Mai
 The Fasting Buddha of Chiang Mai is one of only two in the world.
Thailand
Nong Khai
Ban Chang
 Ban Chang is Thailand's oldest settlement dating from 3000 BC.
Thailand
Nong Khai
Wat Khaek
 Wat Khaek is famous for its concrete statues of deities and mythological figures.
Thailand
Nong Khai
Wat Khaek
 Animal statues.
Thailand
Nong Khai
Wat Khaek
 Large seated concrete Buddha.
Thailand
Nong Khai
Wat Khaek
 Figure of an old man.
Thailand
That Panom
Wat Phra That Phanom
 Wat Phra That Phanom is a Lao style Buddhist temple dating from 500 BC.
The chedi is 52m high and contains 16kg of gold.
Thailand
Ubon Ratchathani
Wat Phra That Nongbua
 Wat Phra That Nongbua is a copy of a Buddhist temple in northern India.
Thailand
Ubon Ratchathani
Wat Phra That Nongbua
 Panels depicting the life of the Buddha.
Thailand
Ubon Ratchathani
Wat Phra That Nongbua
 The entrance to the temple.
Thailand
Pha Taem
 Paintings from 1000 BC on a cliff overlooking the Mekon River at Pha Taem.
Thailand
Phimai
 The 11th century Khmer temple at Phimai.
Thailand
Phimai
 The Phimai temple pre-dates the Khmer capital at Angkor.
Thailand
Phimai
 One of the many carved lintels.
Thailand
Phimai
 The main temple building.
Thailand
Phimai
 Carved window opening.
Tunisia
Tunis
 Tourbet el-Bey contains the tombs of several Ottoman governors. It dates from the late 18th century.
Tunisia
Tunis
 Decorated tomb of an Ottoman official, Tourbet el-Bey.
Tunisia
Tunis
Dar Ben Abdallah Museum
 The Dar Ben Abdallah Museum is set in a former palace dating from 1796.
Tunisia
Tunis
Dar Ben Abdallah Museum
 Ottoman furniture in the Dar Ben Abdallah Museum.
Tunisia
Tunis
Dar Ben Abdallah Museum
 Courtyard in the Dar Ben Abdallah Museum.
Tunisia
Tunis
Bardo Museum
 Clay funeral mask from Carthage in the Bardo Museum, Tunis.
Tunisia
Tunis
Bardo Museum
 Stele with carved figures at the Bardo Museum.
Tunisia
Tunis
Bardo Museum
 Head of the Roman Emperor, Lucius Verus.
Tunisia
Tunis
Bardo Museum
 A 6th century cross shaped baptismal font.
Tunisia
Tunis
Bardo Museum
 Islamic courtyard in the Bardo Museum.
Tunisia
Tunis
Bardo Museum
 Early Christian mosaic with Latin script.
Tunisia
Tunis
Bardo Museum
 Mosaic of a boar, a dog and a rabbit. The Bardo Museum is famous for its mosaics.
Tunisia
Tunis
Bardo Museum
 Mosaic of Virgil holding a copy of The Aeniad and flanked by the muses Clio (History) and Melpomene (Tragedy).
Tunisia
Tunis
Bardo Museum
 4th century marine themed mosaic from Carthage.
Tunisia
Tunis
Bardo Museum
 4th century mosaic from Carthage with sea creatures and nymphs.
Tunisia
Tunis
Bardo Museum
 4th century mosaic from Carthage with sea monsters.
Tunisia
Tunis
Bardo Museum
 Roman mosaic of fishermen from the Mausoleum of Thuburbo Majus.
Tunisia
Tunis
Bardo Museum
 Birds and plants on a mosaic from the Mausoleum of Thuburbo Majus.
Tunisia
Tunis
Bardo Museum
 Mosaic of peacock with plants.
Tunisia
Tunis
Bardo Museum
 Mosaic showing Odysseus tied to his ship while Sirens call out to him.
The Bardo Museum is famed for its mosaics.
Tunisia
Tunis
Bardo Museum
 Detail of the Sirens calling out to Odysseus.
Tunisia
Tunis
Bardo Museum
 Mosaic of Dionysus as a boy with Silenius turning pirates into dolphins.
Tunisia
Tunis
Bardo Museum
 Mosac of potted grape vines from the large collection of mosaics in the Bardo Museum, Tunis.
Tunisia
Tunis
Bardo Museum
 Detail from "The Triumph of Neptune" mosaic (from Dougga) in the Bardo Museum.
Tunisia
Tunis
Bardo Museum
 Mosaic from Utica with fishing scene.
Tunisia
Tunis
Bardo Museum
 Mosaic of a semi-naked Venus with female centaurs.
Tunisia
Tunis
Bardo Museum
 Mosaic of Diana, goddess of hunting.
Tunisia
Carthage
 Carthage was founded by Phonoecians from Tyre (modern Lebanon) in 814 BC.
Tunisia
Carthage
 Parts of Carthage from where the Phonoecians controlled sea trade until the Romans destroyed the city.
Tunisia
Carthage
 Phonoecian houses at Carthage, one of the greatest cities of the ancient world.
Tunisia
Carthage
 Phonoecian wall in the city of Carthage.
Tunisia
Carthage
 Phonoecian houses in Carthage.
Tunisia
Carthage
 Ruins of Carthage from where Hanibal set off for Rome in the 2nd century BC.
Tunisia
Carthage
 The Roman forum on Byrsa Hill, the heart of Phonoecian Carthage.
Tunisia
Carthage
 Ruins of Roman Carthage, destroyed by the Vandals in the 5th century AD.
Tunisia
Carthage
 View over Carthage with modern Tunis and the sea in the distance.
Tunisia
Carthage
Museum
 The museum on Byrsa Hill, which was flattened by the Romans to build their city in 44 BC.
Tunisia
Carthage
Museum
 Terracotta Phonoecian votive incense burner with face of Demeter from Carthage.
Tunisia
Carthage
Museum
 A 7th century BC cup from the museum at Carthage.
Tunisia
Carthage
Museum
 A baby bottle in the Carthage Museum.
Tunisia
Carthage
Museum
 Lamps from Carthage at the site Museum.
Left Phonoecian, centre Greek, right Roman.
Tunisia
Carthage
Museum
 A 1st century AD glass Roman urn at Carthage.
Tunisia
Carthage
Museum
 6th century BC terracotta figure from the shrine of Tophet, Carthage Museum.
Tunisia
Carthage
Museum
 Map of the Phonoecian city of Carthage in the Museum.
Tunisia
Kairouan
 The Sidi Okba Mosque in Kairouan is better known as the Great Mosque.
Tunisia
Kairouan
 The enormous walls of the Great Mosque (Kairouan) are decorated with Roman columns salvaged from Carthage.
Tunisia
Kairouan
 Walls and gate at the Great Mosque in Kairouan which dates from the 9th Century.
It is the oldest mosque in North Africa.
Tunisia
Kairouan
 The prayer hall of the Great Mosque at Kairouan has 414 Byzantine columns, all different.
Tunisia
Kairouan
 The Zaouia of Sidi Sahab in Kairouan houses the tomb of a companion of Muhammad.
Tunisia
Kairouan
 Decorated courtyard at Zaouia of Sidi Sahab in Kairouan.
Tunisia
El Jem
 The colosseum in El Jem was the third largest in the Roman world with a capacity of 30,000.
Tunisia
El Jem
 The El Jem Colosseum is 138m long and 114m wide and dates from 238 AD.
Tunisia
El Jem
 Underground tunnel at the Colosseum in El Jem where gladiators were prepared.
Tunisia
El Jem
 Passageway for spectators around the Colosseum in El Jem.
Tunisia
El Jem
Museum
 Geometric mosaic from Roman villas dating from 170 AD at the El Jem Museum.
Tunisia
El Jem
Museum
 Mosaic of hunting lions from the El Jem Colosseum in the El Jem Museum.

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