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Photo Subject : Historical Sites

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Photos marked as were added from 1 March 2017.


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Province
State
Place
Location
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Turkey
Konya
 Decoration on the Karatay School which was built in 1251.
Turkey
Konya
 The tiled minaret of the Ince Mosque (1258) was hit by lightening in the 19th century which reduced its height.
Turkey
Konya
 Elaborate decoration over the entrance of the 13th century Ince Mosque in Konya.
Turkey
Konya
 Detail of the stone carving on the walls of the Ince Mosque in Konya.
Turkey
Konya
 The tomb of Mevlana, the founder of the Whirling Dervishes, in Konya.
Turkey
Konya
 Octagonal buildings at the Mevlana Tomb in Konya.
Turkey
Konya
 The entrance to the Mevlana Tomb.
Turkey
Konya
 Pilgrims in the Mevlana Tomb.
Turkey
Cappadocia
 The 8th century St Barbara's Church is carved out of the soft rock and painted with Christian symbols.
Turkey
Cappadocia
 The Byzantine rulers, Helen and Constantine painted on the walls of The Snake Church in Cappadocia.
Turkey
Cappadocia
 Tunnels, steps and passages carved in the rock of Cappadocia.
Turkey
Cappadocia
 Strange carvings, Cappadocia.
Turkey
Kayseri
 Detail of the entrance of the Huant Hatun Mosque.
Turkey
Kayseri
 The Doner Turbe (Revolving Tomb) in Kayseri was built in 1276 by the Seljuk Turks.
Turkey
Kayseri
Archeological Museum
 13th century BC Hittite carving in the Archeological Museum.
Turkey
Ankara
 The tomb of Mustafa Kemal (Ataturk), founder of modern Turkey and the country's first president.
Turkey
Hattusas
 Walls and gate of Hattusas, capital of the Hittite Empire from about 1900 BC.
Turkey
Hattusas
 In places, the walls of Hattusas are 50m thick and 20m high.
Turkey
Hattusas
 The Temple of the Storm in the Hittite capital of Hattusas.
Turkey
Hattusas
 The city of Hattusas is spread over a large area.
Turkey
Hattusas
Yazilikaya
 Detail at Yazilikaya, a Hittite shrine from 1200 BC.
Turkey
Amasaya
 Pontic tombs dating from 300 BC in the rocks above Amasaya.
Turkey
Trabzon
 Fresco in the 13th century Aghia Sophia Church.
Turkey
Trabzon
Sumela Monastery
 The 6th century Byzantine monastery of Sumela is built on a cliff near Trabzon. It remained in use until 1923.
Turkey
Trabzon
Sumela Monastery
 The ruins of Sumela Monastery.
Turkey
Trabzon
Sumela Monastery
 Frescos on the walls of Sumela Monastery.
Turkey
Dogubeyazit
Isak Pasa Serai
 The Isak Pasa Serai was built by a Kurdish chief in 1784.
Turkey
Dogubeyazit
Isak Pasa Serai
 The Isak Pasa Serai is a blend of Byzantine, Seljuk, Georgian, Armenian and Persian styles.
Turkey
Van
 The walls of Van Fort built in 855 BC by the Urartu.
Turkey
Van
 Van Fort is 1.5km long and 80m high.
Turkey
Van
 Van Fort overlooking blue Lake Van.
Turkey
Van
Tushpa
 The unexcavated city of Tushpa which dates from the 9th century BC viewed from the fort.
Turkey
Van
Tushpa
 The city of Tushpa is overlooked by Van Fort.
Turkey
Lake Van
Akdamar Island
 The 10th century Armenian church on Akdamar Island, Lake Van, in Eastern Turkey.
Turkey
Lake Van
Akdamar Island
 Detail of wall carving of the Armenian church on Akdamar Island.
Turkey
Lake Van
Akdamar Island
 Intricate carving of the Armenian church, Akdamar Island.
Turkey
Lake Van
Bitlis
 The black fort of Alexander The Great in the town of Bitlis.
Turkey
Diyabakir
 The Ulu Mosque in Diyabakir is the oldest in Anatolia dating from 639. It was once a church to St Thomas.
Turkey
Diyabakir
 The ornate minaret of the Safa Mosque (1532).
Turkey
Diyabakir
 The 4th century city walls of Diyabakir are over 6km long.
Turkey
Mount Nemrut
 Mount Nemrut is a 2134m high peak dotted with bits of giant statues.
Turkey
Mount Nemrut
 Mount Nemrut is topped by a 40m artificial mound holding the tomb of King Antiochus (62 BC).
Turkey
Mount Nemrut
 Giant head of Antiochus, king of Commagene, on Mount Nemrut.
Turkey
Mount Nemrut
Arsameia
 The site of Arsameia, capital of the Hellenic kingdom of Commagene, on the lower slopes of Mount Nemrut.
Turkey
Mount Nemrut
Arsameia
 Cendere Bridge was built by the Romans around 200 AD.
Turkey
Mount Nemrut
Arsameia
 Blackbird Hill is an artificial peak on the lower slopes of Mount Nemrut.
Turkey
Antakya
Archeological Museum
 One of the many mosaics in Antakya's Archeological Museum.
Turkey
Antakya
Archeological Museum
 Mosaic detail of a face from the Archeological Museum in Antakya.
Turkey
Antakya
Archeological Museum
 Hellenic mosaic in Antakya.
Turkey
Antakya
Archeological Museum
 Mosaic featuring a lyre player and animals, Antakya.
Uganda
Kampala
Buganda Parliament
 Portrait of a former king of Baganda.
Uganda
Kampala
Mengo Palace
 The last king's Rolls Royce car destroyed in a military coup.
Uganda
Kampala
Mengo Palace
 Underground prison used by former dictator, Idi Amin.
Uganda
Kampala
Mengo Palace
 A like of cells.
Uganda
Kampala
Mengo Palace
 Cell for 200 people.
Uganda
Kampala
Uganda National Museum
 Skull of Australopithicus Africanus, an early ancestor of humans.
Uganda
Kampala
Uganda National Museum
 Pot made from red ochre.
Uganda
Kampala
Uganda National Museum
 Figurine from Entebbe.
Uganda
Kampala
Uganda National Museum
 Head dresses from different regions of the country.
Uganda
Kampala
Uganda National Museum
 Acoli head dress.
Uganda
Kampala
Uganda National Museum
 Masks from Congo.
Uganda
Kampala
Uganda National Museum
 Masks from Nigeria.
Uganda
Kampala
Uganda National Museum
 Containers.
Uganda
Kampala
Uganda National Museum
 Children's game.
Uganda
Kampala
Uganda National Museum
 Stilts used in rituals.
Uganda
Kampala
Uganda National Museum
 Equipment used for dancing.
Uganda
Kampala
Uganda National Museum
 War fetish.
Uganda
Kampala
Uganda National Museum
 Ganda ritual pot.
Uganda
Kampala
Uganda National Museum
 Ganda fetish made from cowrie shells.
Uganda
Kampala
Uganda National Museum
 Madi divination cards and pot.
Uganda
Kampala
Uganda National Museum
 Fetish to be carried behind a shield.
Uganda
Kampala
Uganda National Museum
 Ceremonial robes made from bark cloth.
Uganda
Kampala
Uganda National Museum
 Pots for fishing.
Uganda
Kampala
Uganda National Museum
 Items for salt working.
Uganda
Kampala
Uganda National Museum
 Dancing outfit from Teso.
Uganda
Kampala
Uganda National Museum
 Hat from Teso.
Uganda
Kampala
Uganda National Museum
 Painting on bark cloth.
Uganda
Kampala
Uganda National Museum
 Bugisu clay drum used during circumcission ceremonies.
Uganda
Kampala
Uganda National Museum
 Acholi clay flutes.
Uganda
Kampala
Uganda National Museum
 Zither.
Uganda
Kampala
Uganda National Museum
 Drum.
Uganda
Kampala
Uganda National Museum
 The Uganda National Museum featues a collection of houses from around the country.
Uganda
Kampala
Uganda National Museum
 Jopadhola house.
Uganda
Kampala
Uganda National Museum
 Bamba house.
Uganda
Kampala
Uganda National Museum
 Hima house.
Uganda
Kampala
Uganda National Museum
 Kigezi house.
Uganda
Kampala
Uganda National Museum
 Teso house.
Uganda
Kampala
Uganda National Museum
 Madi house.
Uganda
Kampala
Uganda National Museum
 Building for storing the harvest.
Uganda
Kampala
Uganda National Museum
 Buganda house.
Uganda
Kampala
Uganda National Museum
 Detail of a Buganda house.
Uganda
Kampala
Kasubi Tombs
 Portraits of two of the Buganda kings buried at the Kasubi Tombs.
Uganda
Kampala
Kasubi Tombs
 The drum room, forbidden to women.
Uganda
Kampala
Kasubi Tombs
 The tombs are hidden behind a bark cloth screen.
Uganda
Kampala
Kasubi Tombs
 One of the royal tombs.
Uganda
Kampala
Kasubi Tombs
 The graves of the wives of the kings.
Uganda
Kampala
Kasubi Tombs
 The graves of the sons of the kings.
Ukraine
Kiev
One Street Museum
 The One Street Museum in Kiev is a historical account of Andriyivsky Uzviz.
Ukraine
Kiev
One Street Museum
 Phonogram in the One Street Museum.
Ukraine
Kiev
One Street Museum
 Shop recreated in the One Street Museum, Kiev.

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