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Photo Subject : Historical Sites

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Photos marked as were added from 16 December 2017.


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Colorado
Denver
Denver Art Museum
Dancer with rattle from Veracruz in Mexico, c900.
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Colorado
Denver
Denver Art Museum
Earthenware human head tripod bowl from Costra Rica, c500.
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Colorado
Denver
Denver Art Museum
Earthenware dancer from Veracruz in Mexico (c900).
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Colorado
Denver
Denver Art Museum
Moche bottle with portrait from northern Peru, c600.
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Colorado
Denver
Denver Art Museum
Gold disk (16th century) from Costa Rica.
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Denver
Denver Art Museum
16th century gold necklace from Costa Rica.
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Denver
Denver Art Museum
Tarascan bowl from Mexico, c1500.
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Denver
Denver Art Museum
Female figure from Ecuador, c100BC.
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Colorado
Denver
Denver Art Museum
Standing couple from Ecuador, c800.
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Colorado
Denver
Denver Art Museum
Mayan plate with writing from Guatemala, c900.
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Colorado
Denver
Denver Art Museum
Mayan square sided vessel (Guatemala, 600).
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Colorado
Denver
Denver Art Museum
Fragment of a Zapotec urn (Mexico before 900).
United States of America
Colorado
Denver
Denver Art Museum
Old man with two female attendants, central or northern Mexico, c900.
United States of America
Colorado
Denver
Denver Art Museum
Mayan incense burner with female figure, Guatemala, before 650.
United States of America
Colorado
Denver
Denver Art Museum
Portrait of the last Inca ruler, Atahualpa and the Spanish conquistador, Fransico Pizzaro, who killed him.
United States of America
Colorado
Denver
Denver Art Museum
Silver church item from South America.
United States of America
Colorado
Denver
Denver Art Museum
Japanese sword guards (1800s) form part of the museum's Asian exhibit.
United States of America
Colorado
Denver
Denver Art Museum
Japanese saddle skirt, 1800s, lacquered leather.
United States of America
Colorado
Denver
Denver Art Museum
Japanese wrist rest with chrysanthemum and banana (mid-1900s, bamboo).
United States of America
Colorado
Denver
Denver Art Museum
Lacquer bowls from Japan (1985).
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Colorado
Denver
Denver Art Museum
Japanese carrying case from the 1800s.
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Colorado
Denver
Denver Art Museum
Japanese box from the Edo Period (1800s).
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Colorado
Denver
Denver Art Museum
Sketch of "Three Vinegar Tasters" from 1850.
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Colorado
Denver
Denver Art Museum
Jar with Ganryu cherry tree, 2010.
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Colorado
Denver
Denver Art Museum
The Nepalese god of terror (Malla Dynasty, c1600).
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Colorado
Denver
Denver Art Museum
Tray with courtyard scene from China, Ming Dynasty (1547).
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Colorado
Denver
Denver Art Museum
Ox and cart from China (600s).
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Colorado
Denver
Denver Art Museum
Tomb tile (China, 3rd century BC).
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Colorado
Denver
Denver Art Museum
Bamboo brush holder (1700s) and flower pot (1800s) from China.
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Colorado
Denver
Denver Art Museum
"Boy With Buffalo on Stand", China mid-1800s, bamboo.
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Colorado
Denver
Denver Art Museum
"Mountain with Pavilions and Figures", China, early 1800s, bamboo.
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Denver Art Museum
A room exhibiting furniture is part of a section on European art.
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Colorado
Denver
Denver Art Museum
"Portrait of a Woman" by German painter, Barthel Beham (1529).
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Colorado
Denver
Denver Art Museum
"Childhood Idyll" (1900) by French Realist painter, William Bouguereau.
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Colorado
Denver
Denver Art Museum
"Venice, The Molo from the Bacino di San Marco" by Canaletto (Italy, c1724).
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Colorado
Denver
Denver Art Museum
"Riverscape" (1663) by E Ruytenbach (Netherlands).
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Colorado
Denver
Denver Art Museum
"The Vision of Tundale" (late 1400s) by a follower of Dutch painter, Hieronymus Bosch.
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Colorado
Denver
Denver Art Museum
Detail of the late 1400s "The Vision of Tundale".
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Colorado
Denver
Denver Art Museum
"Young Woman in a Garden" by French Impressionist, Pierre-Auguste Renoir, c1916.
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Colorado
Denver
Denver Art Museum
"Portrait of Edmond Renoir" by Pierre-Auguste Renoir (1888).
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Denver Art Museum
"Fishing Boats" (1883) by Claude Monet (France).
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Denver Art Museum
Detail of Claude Monet's "Fishing Boats".
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Denver Art Museum
"The Coastal Cabin" (Customs House) by Claude Monet (France, 1897).
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Denver Art Museum
"Seascape" (late 1800s) by Alfred Thompson Bricher (New York).
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Denver
Denver Art Museum
"Seine at Bougival" (1873) by Alfred Sisley (France).
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Colorado
Denver
Denver Art Museum
"Arrangement in Blue" (1970) by Italian American, Luigi Lucioni.
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Colorado
Denver
Denver Art Museum
"Nature Morte" (1914) by Spanish painter, Pablo Picasso.
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Colorado
Denver
Denver Art Museum
"Bouquet of Flowers in a Vase" (1670s) by Maria van Oosterwyck (Netherlands).
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Colorado
Denver
Denver Art Museum
"Still Life with The Telegraph" (1880) by Irish-American painter, William Harnett.
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Colorado
Denver
Denver Art Museum
"VOC Jellyfish Fry" (2014) by Christian Rex van Minnen (USA).
United States of America
Colorado
Denver
Museum of Nature and Science
Iron meteorite.
United States of America
Colorado
Denver
Museum of Nature and Science
Exhibition on crystals.
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Colorado
Denver
Museum of Nature and Science
Rhodochrosite.
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Colorado
Denver
Museum of Nature and Science
Silver vein.
United States of America
Colorado
Denver
Museum of Nature and Science
Pyrite (iron sulphide) is also known as "fool's gold".
United States of America
Colorado
Denver
Museum of Nature and Science
Galena is a lead ore.
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Colorado
Denver
Museum of Nature and Science
Gold.
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Denver
Museum of Nature and Science
Sulphur.
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Museum of Nature and Science
Graphite, a form of carbon.
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Colorado
Denver
Museum of Nature and Science
Stibnite (antimony sulphide).
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Colorado
Denver
Museum of Nature and Science
Fluorite (calcium fluoride).
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Colorado
Denver
Museum of Nature and Science
Gypsum (hydrated calcium sulphate).
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Colorado
Denver
Museum of Nature and Science
Tincalconite (hydrated sodium borate).
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Colorado
Denver
Museum of Nature and Science
Vanadinite (lead chlorovanadate).
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Colorado
Denver
Museum of Nature and Science
Wulfenite (lead molybdate).
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Colorado
Denver
Museum of Nature and Science
Tectosilicates (amethyst quartz).
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Colorado
Denver
Museum of Nature and Science
Mesolite crystals.
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Colorado
Denver
Museum of Nature and Science
Quartz.
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Denver
Museum of Nature and Science
Topaz.
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Denver
Museum of Nature and Science
Gypsies, a gem carving by Vasily Konovalenko.
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Colorado
Denver
Museum of Nature and Science
Rubies.
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Denver
Museum of Nature and Science
Gold mineral.
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Denver
Museum of Nature and Science
Beryl.
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Denver
Museum of Nature and Science
Aquamarine.
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Denver
Museum of Nature and Science
Calcite.
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Denver
Museum of Nature and Science
140 carrat diamond from India.
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Colorado
Denver
Museum of Nature and Science
Diorama of bears in the natural history section.
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Colorado
Denver
Museum of Nature and Science
Comparison of bat, seal and bear forelimbs.
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Colorado
Denver
Museum of Nature and Science
Diorama of coyotes.
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Colorado
Denver
Museum of Nature and Science
445 million year old trilobite from Ohio.
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Colorado
Denver
Museum of Nature and Science
425 million year old sea scorpions.
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Colorado
Denver
Museum of Nature and Science
Fossils of extinct mammals.
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Colorado
Denver
Museum of Nature and Science
Carniverous pig-like entelodont.
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Colorado
Denver
Museum of Nature and Science
13 million year old relative of the elephant.
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Denver
Museum of Nature and Science
Dinosaur family tree.
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Denver
Museum of Nature and Science
Skeleton of a plant eating dinosaur.
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Denver
Museum of Nature and Science
Duckbill.
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Colorado
Denver
Museum of Nature and Science
Jug from Mesa Verde (920), a Colorado national park containing indigenous cliff dwellings.
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Colorado
Denver
Museum of Nature and Science
Mug dating from 1260 (Mesa Verde).
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Colorado
Denver
Museum of Nature and Science
Zuni jar from 1900.
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Colorado
Denver
Museum of Nature and Science
Hopi ladle, 1960.
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Denver
Museum of Nature and Science
Hopi canteen from 1900.
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Colorado
Denver
Museum of Nature and Science
Mocassins from the northern regions of the continent.
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Colorado
Denver
Museum of Nature and Science
Totem poles from Washington state.
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Colorado
Denver
Museum of Nature and Science
Costume used for the Kwakwaka'wakw dog dance.
United States of America
Colorado
Denver
Museum of Nature and Science
Kwakwaka'wakw mask.
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Colorado
Denver
Museum of Nature and Science
Kwakwaka'wakw feast bowl.
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Colorado
Denver
Museum of Nature and Science
Kwakwaka'wakw wooden bowl and big horn sheep ladle, 19th century.
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Colorado
Denver
Museum of Nature and Science
Diorama of a Canadian village by the sea.
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Colorado
Denver
Museum of Nature and Science
Wooden effigy bowl (Haida).

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