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Photo Subject : Historical Sites

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Photos marked as were added from 1 March 2017.


Country
Province
State
Place
Location
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Bolivia
Sucre
House of Liberty
 Bolivia's Declaration of Independence.
Bolivia
Sucre
House of Liberty
 Inlaid chair from the Colonial era.
Bolivia
Sucre
Capellania House
 Capellania House is a 17th century vicarage.
Bolivia
Sucre
Capellania House
 Colonial carriage.
Bolivia
Sucre
Capellania House
 Locally made fabric.
Bolivia
Sucre
 Painting of a campasina chewing coca leaves.
Bolivia
Sucre
La Recoleta
 La Recoleta is a monastery founded by the Fransiscans in 1601.
Bolivia
Sucre
La Recoleta
 One of the three courtyards in the monastery.
Bolivia
Sucre
La Recoleta
 Wooden carving of Jesus tied to a pillar for whipping.
Bolivia
Sucre
La Recoleta
 Portrait of Pope Gregory after whom the Western calendar is named.
Bolivia
Sucre
La Recoleta
 Two storey courtyard once used as a prison.
Bolivia
Sucre
La Recoleta
 Carvings in the 1870s choir of Christians crucified in Nagasaki in 1595.
Bolivia
Sucre
Museum of Folk Art
 Mummy from the Beni people.
Bolivia
Sucre
Museum of Folk Art
 Andean musical instruments.
Bolivia
Sucre
Museum of Folk Art
 Mask used for fiestas.
Bolivia
Sucre
Museum of Folk Art
 Doll with traditional Ayamara dress.
Bolivia
Potosi
University Museum
 Early phonograph.
Bolivia
Potosi
University Museum
 Wind-up record player.
Bolivia
Potosi
University Museum
 Painting of Potosi miners.
Bolivia
Potosi
Casa Real de la Moneda
 The Bachus mask has become a symbol of Potosi.
Bolivia
Potosi
Casa Real de la Moneda
 Silver from the mines of Potosi.
Bolivia
Potosi
Casa Real de la Moneda
 Painting of Jesus wearing the crown of thorns.
Bolivia
Potosi
Church of San Bernado
 The church dates from 1590.
Bolivia
Potosi
Church of San Lorenzo
 The church was built in the 16th century.
Bolivia
Potosi
 An old steam locomotive.
Bolivia
Potosi
Convent of Santa Teresa
 One of several courtyards inside the convent.
Bolivia
Potosi
Convent of Santa Teresa
 Hand made clothes for church statues embroidered with silver and gold.
Bolivia
Potosi
Convent of Santa Teresa
 Silver from the Potosi mines.
Bolivia
Potosi
Convent of Santa Teresa
 Metal inlaid bra worn by the nuns for self punishment.
Bolivia
Potosi
Convent of Santa Teresa
 Clothed statue of a nun.
Bolivia
Tarapaya
 Old mine entrance.
Bolivia
Tarapaya
 Abandonned huts by the lake.
Bolivia
Lake Titicaca
Huynaymarka Lake
Kalahuta Island
 The island is famous for its 1200 year old stone tombs.
Bolivia
Lake Titicaca
Huynaymarka Lake
Kalahuta Island
 Tomb stone work.
Bolivia
Lake Titicaca
Island of the Sun
 An Inca spring.
Bolivia
Lake Titicaca
Island of the Sun
Pilco Kaima
 Pilco Kaima is an Inca temple.
Bolivia
Lake Titicaca
Island of the Sun
Pilco Kaima
 The temple dates from the 15th century.
Bosnia Hercegovina
Sarajevo
City Museum
 Plaque marking the spot where the assassination of the Austro-Hungarian heir to the throne occurred in 1914.
Bosnia Hercegovina
Sarajevo
City Museum
 The museum contains many exhibits about the assassination.
Bosnia Hercegovina
Sarajevo
City Museum
 Map of the Archduke's route through Sarajevo and the two assassination attempts. The black star marks the successful attempt
Bosnia Hercegovina
Sarajevo
City Museum
 Photograph of the assassin, Serb nationalist, Gavrilo Princip.
Bosnia Hercegovina
Sarajevo
City Museum
 Photographs of the Archduke and his wife arriving in Sarajevo (top) and leaving City Hall. The assassination occurred minutes after the departure from City Hall
Bosnia Hercegovina
Sarajevo
City Museum
 The final photograph of the Archduke and his wife seconds before the assassination.
Bosnia Hercegovina
Sarajevo
City Museum
 Weapon used to assassinate Archduke Franz Ferdinand and his wife, Sophie.
Bosnia Hercegovina
Sarajevo
City Museum
 Table setting used by the royal visitors.
Bosnia Hercegovina
Sarajevo
City Museum
 Tea cup used by Archduke Franz Ferdinand.
Bosnia Hercegovina
Sarajevo
City Museum
 Bag carried by the assassin of Archduke Franz Ferdinand.
Bosnia Hercegovina
Sarajevo
City Museum
 Assassination issue of the Bosnische Post.
Bosnia Hercegovina
Sarajevo
City Museum
 Map of Austria-Hungary and Bosnia Hercegovina on the eve of the First World War.
Bosnia Hercegovina
Sarajevo
City Museum
 Flag of Bosnia Hercegovina between 1878 and 1918.
Bosnia Hercegovina
Sarajevo
City Museum
 Medals to commemorate the Austro-Hungarian Emperor's visit to Bosnia in 1910. Coin (right) to mark the annexation of Bosnia in 1908.
Bosnia Hercegovina
Sarajevo
City Museum
 Clock and watch from the early 20th century.
Bosnia Hercegovina
Sarajevo
City Museum
 Early 19th century typewriter.
Bosnia Hercegovina
Sarajevo
City Museum
 Zither.
Bosnia Hercegovina
Sarajevo
City Museum
 Ottoman influenced suit worn by politicians in parliament.
Bosnia Hercegovina
Sarajevo
City Museum
 19th century swords of the Austro-Hungarian army.
Bosnia Hercegovina
Sarajevo
City Museum
 "Leather Workers" by Spiro Bocaric, 1900.
Bosnia Hercegovina
Sarajevo
Gazi Husrev Bey Mosque
 The mosque dates from 1531.
Bosnia Hercegovina
Sarajevo
Old Orthodox Church
 The old monastery.
Bosnia Hercegovina
Sarajevo
New Temple Gallery
 The New Temple Gallery is a Jewish museum set in an old synagogue.
Bosnia Hercegovina
Sarajevo
New Temple Gallery
 A wooden menorah, symbol of Judaism.
Bosnia Hercegovina
Sarajevo
New Temple Gallery
 The interior of the synagogue.
Bosnia Hercegovina
Sarajevo
New Temple Gallery
 Silver torah guard.
Bosnia Hercegovina
Sarajevo
New Temple Gallery
 The Sarajevo Haggadah is a 14th century book from Spain. It is used for passover prayers.
Bosnia Hercegovina
Sarajevo
New Temple Gallery
 Circumcision knife.
Bosnia Hercegovina
Sarajevo
New Temple Gallery
 Tin smithing was a profession practiced by the Jews of Sarajevo.
Bosnia Hercegovina
Sarajevo
New Temple Gallery
 Cover for bread.
Bosnia Hercegovina
Sarajevo
New Temple Gallery
 Badges worn and passes carried by Jews under Nazi occupation.
Bosnia Hercegovina
Sarajevo
New Temple Gallery
 View of the interior from the upper floor.
Bosnia Hercegovina
Sarajevo
 The ruins of Taslihan which was a caravanserai built in 1543.
Bosnia Hercegovina
Sarajevo
 Painting of 19th century Sarajevo.
Bosnia Hercegovina
Sarajevo
History Museum
 Photograph of the old town in Sarajevo, late 19th century.
Bosnia Hercegovina
Sarajevo
History Museum
 Photograph of Sarajevo men and boys wearing 19th century Ottoman influenced clothes.
Bosnia Hercegovina
Sarajevo
History Museum
 Photograph of women in Sarajevo, early 20th century.
Bosnia Hercegovina
Sarajevo
History Museum
 Program of the visit of Archduke Franz Ferdinand to Sarajevo between 24th and 30th June 1914.
Bosnia Hercegovina
Sarajevo
History Museum
 Photograph of the Latin Bridge at the beginning of the 20th century.
Bosnia Hercegovina
Sarajevo
History Museum
 The identity card of Nedeljko Cabrinovic, who made the first unsuccessful assassination attempt on Archduke Ferdinand.
Bosnia Hercegovina
Sarajevo
History Museum
 Nedeljko Cabrinovic threw a bomb at Archduke Ferdinand. The assassination attempt failed.
Bosnia Hercegovina
Sarajevo
History Museum
 Machine gun used in the First World War.
Bosnia Hercegovina
Sarajevo
History Museum
 Austro-Hungarian soldiers mobilising for war in 1914.
Bosnia Hercegovina
Sarajevo
History Museum
 Photograph of two French soldiers exhausted by war.
Bosnia Hercegovina
Sarajevo
History Museum
 Photograph of British soldiers during the Battle of the Somme in 1916.
Bosnia Hercegovina
Sarajevo
History Museum
 Photograph of Russian fighting women in WW1.
Bosnia Hercegovina
Sarajevo
History Museum
 Photograph of Australian gunners during the Battle of the Somme, 1916.
Bosnia Hercegovina
Sarajevo
History Museum
 Photograph of British soldiers at Ypres in 1917.
Bosnia Hercegovina
Sarajevo
History Museum
 "Onslaught" by Petar Sain, 1918.
Bosnia Hercegovina
Sarajevo
History Museum
 Exhibit covering the Siege of Sarajevo (1992 to 1995).
Bosnia Hercegovina
Sarajevo
History Museum
 Grenade thrower used during the Siege.
Bosnia Hercegovina
Sarajevo
History Museum
 Map showing the battle lines in Sarajevo in 1992.
Bosnia Hercegovina
Sarajevo
History Museum
 Photographs of war damage in Sarajevo.
Bosnia Hercegovina
Sarajevo
History Museum
 Cigarettes produced during the Siege.
Bosnia Hercegovina
Sarajevo
History Museum
 Medical items used during the Siege.
Bosnia Hercegovina
Sarajevo
History Museum
 Satelite telephone.
Bosnia Hercegovina
Sarajevo
History Museum
 Identity papers of victims during the Siege.
Bosnia Hercegovina
Sarajevo
History Museum
 Solid fuel medical sterilizer.
Bosnia Hercegovina
Sarajevo
History Museum
 Map showing shelling of the University during the three year Siege.
Bosnia Hercegovina
Sarajevo
History Museum
 Weapons used during the Siege.
Bosnia Hercegovina
Sarajevo
History Museum
 Home made stoves.
Bosnia Hercegovina
Sarajevo
History Museum
 Atillery used during the Siege of Sarajevo.
Bosnia Hercegovina
Sarajevo
History Museum
 Home made electric generators.

All travel photographs © 1973 - 2017 KryssTal

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