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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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Bosnia Hercegovina
Sarajevo
History Museum
 Typical living conditions during the Siege.
Bosnia Hercegovina
Sarajevo
History Museum
 Exhibition of a series of photographs taken in 1996 (at the end of the Siege) and again in 2011.
Bosnia Hercegovina
Sarajevo
History Museum
 Map showing Yugoslavia in 1991 shortly before the country broke up into seven new republics.
Bosnia Hercegovina
Sarajevo
History Museum
 Exhibition about football in the country.
Bosnia Hercegovina
Sarajevo
History Museum
 Gift from Greece to Bosnia Hercegovina for their first European qualifying match.
Bosnia Hercegovina
Sarajevo
History Museum
 Football program for a Sarajevo team during the Yugoslavia days.
Bosnia Hercegovina
Sarajevo
Acadamy of Art
 Painting by Austrian painter, Emil Srkalovic.
Bosnia Hercegovina
Sarajevo
Acadamy of Art
 Painting by Austrian painter, Verena Rotky.
Bosnia Hercegovina
Sarajevo
Acadamy of Art
 Painting by Austrian painter, Joey Davis.
Bosnia Hercegovina
Sarajevo
Acadamy of Art
 Painting by Sarajevo painter, Anel Lepic.
Bosnia Hercegovina
Sarajevo
Acadamy of Art
 Photograph of a painting on the Separation Wall in Palestine.
Bosnia Hercegovina
Sarajevo
Acadamy of Art
 Photograph in Tehran of a couple walking past posters showing USA torture of prisoners in Abu Ghraib in Iraq.
Bosnia Hercegovina
Sarajevo
Acadamy of Art
 Photograph Slobodan Milosovic during his trial for war crimes in old Yugoslavia.
Bosnia Hercegovina
Mostar
Karadzozbeg Mosque
 The minaret in 2000, damaged from the Civil War.
Bosnia Hercegovina
Mostar
Karadzozbeg Mosque
 Modern tomb stones in the cemetary behind the mosque.
Bosnia Hercegovina
Mostar
Karadzozbeg Mosque
 Ottoman style tomb stones.
Bosnia Hercegovina
Mostar
Stari Most
 Stari Most is an Ottoman bridge dating from 1566.
Bosnia Hercegovina
Mostar
Ottoman House
 The Ottoman House is 350 years old.
Bosnia Hercegovina
Mostar
Ottoman House
 The house is furnished in traditional style.
Bosnia Hercegovina
Mostar
Ottoman House
 Carved table.
Bosnia Hercegovina
Mostar
 Ottoman writing.
Bosnia Hercegovina
Srpska Republic East
 The Mehmet Pasha Sokolovica Bridge across the Drina River at Vishigrad.
Brazil
Manaus
Amazon Research Centre
 Local art.
Brazil
Manaus
Amazon Research Centre
 Amazonian shack.
Brazil
Belem
Palacio Lauro Sodre
 Mosaic floor.
Brazil
Olinda
Convent of San Fransisco
 Portuguese style tiles showing Jesus performing a miracle.
Brazil
Olinda
Convent of San Fransisco
 Blue Portuguese style tiles.
Brazil
Olinda
 Carmo Church dates from 1580.
Brazil
Olinda
 A collection of antique puppets in the Mamulenco Museum.
Brazil
Recife
Casa da Cultura
 A prison cell.
Brazil
Recife
 Recife railway station contains a selection of railway engines from England.
Brazil
Recife
Museum of Northeast Man
 A tram in the grounds of the Museum of Northeast Man.
Brazil
Recife
Museum of Northeast Man
 The North East of Brazil has a strong African culture.
Brazil
Recife
Museum of Northeast Man
 An exhibit about Brazil's slave days.
Brazil
Recife
Museum of Northeast Man
 Instruments used against slaves.
Brazil
Recife
Museum of Northeast Man
 Vats for processing sugar.
Brazil
Recife
Museum of Northeast Man
 Silver sugar bowl.
Brazil
Recife
Museum of Northeast Man
 Bottles of alcoholic drinks made from sugar.
Brazil
Recife
Museum of Northeast Man
 Caneware.
Brazil
Recife
Museum of Northeast Man
 Portuguese tiles.
Brazil
Recife
Museum of Northeast Man
 Puppet heads.
Brazil
Recife
Museum of Northeast Man
 Ceramic figures with African aspect.
Brazil
Recife
Museum of Northeast Man
 Ceramic footballer.
Brazil
Recife
Museum of Northeast Man
 Musical instruments.
Brazil
Recife
Museum of Northeast Man
 Painted ceramics.
Brazil
Recife
Museum of Northeast Man
 Colourful painted tiles.
Brazil
Recife
Museum of Northeast Man
 Puppet theatre.
Brazil
Recife
Museum of Northeast Man
 Fiesta masks.
Brazil
Salvador
Pelourinho
Church of San Fransisco
 The interior was carved by African slaves.
Brazil
Salvador
Pelourinho
Church of San Fransisco
 The religions of the African slaves used to carve the church interior were banned so they carved figures with sad expressions.
Brazil
Salvador
Pelourinho
Church of San Fransisco
 An azulejo showing a classical scene.
Brazil
Salvador
Pelourinho
Church of San Fransisco
 Blue tile with rural scene.
Brazil
Salvador
Pelourinho
Church of San Fransisco
 Azulejo showing Aeschylus who died when a bird dropped a tortoise on his head.
Brazil
Salvador
Pelourinho
Church of Rosario
 The church dates from the 18th century.
Brazil
Salvador
Pelourinho
Church of Rosario
 The church was built by and used by slaves.
Brazil
Salvador
Pelourinho
Cathedral
 The silver altar.
Brazil
Salvador
Santo Antonio Fort
 The fort of Santo Antonio was built on the spot where the first European, Amerigo Vespucci, arrived in 1501. The entire continent is named after him.
Brazil
Salvador
Santo Antonio Fort
 One of the bastions at the top of the fort.
Brazil
Salvador
Santo Antonio Fort
 The fort entrance under a Portuguese coat of arms.
Brazil
Salvador
Santo Antonio Fort
 The watchtower is now a lighthouse.
Brazil
Salvador
 Sao Diogo Fort overlooks a beach.
Brazil
Ouro Preto
Praca Tiradentes
 Details of the former prison overlooking the main square.
Brazil
Ouro Preto
Chapel of Padre Faria
 The chapel was built in 1704.
Brazil
Ouro Preto
 A fountain used by poet Tomas Antonio Gonzaga for meeting his forbidden girlfriend until he was exiled to Africa.
Brazil
Ouro Preto
Church of San Francis of Assisi
 The ornately carved entrance.
Brazil
Ouro Preto
Church of San Francis of Assisi
 Detail of sculpture by Aleijadinho who sculpted by strapping hammer and chisel to his arms after becoming crippled in his hands.
Brazil
Congonhas
Basilica do Bom Jesus de Matisinhos
 The Basilica is famous for twelve carved statues of the prophets.
Brazil
Congonhas
Basilica do Bom Jesus de Matisinhos
 The prophet Isiah. The statues were carved by Brazil's most famous sculptor, Aleijadinho, between 1800 and 1805.
Brazil
Congonhas
Basilica do Bom Jesus de Matisinhos
 Detail of the face of Isiah. The statues were carved by Aleijadinho when he was crippled in his hands.
Brazil
Congonhas
Basilica do Bom Jesus de Matisinhos
 Daniel with a lion.
Brazil
Congonhas
Basilica do Bom Jesus de Matisinhos
 The prophet, Osee.
Brazil
Congonhas
Basilica do Bom Jesus de Matisinhos
 Detail of Jonah's whale.
Brazil
Congonhas
Basilica do Bom Jesus de Matisinhos
 The capture of Jesus.
Brazil
Rio de Jeneiro
Centro
Convento de Santo Antonio
 The convent is one of the older buildings in the modern Centro region.
Brazil
Rio de Jeneiro
Santa Teresa
 Painting of a brass band from the Chacara do Ceu, a private museum donated by a wealthy industrialist.
Brazil
Rio de Jeneiro
Santa Teresa
 Painting of Rio at the Chacara do Ceu gallery.
Brunei
Bander Seri Begawan
Regelia Museum
 The Royal Chariot.
Brunei
Bander Seri Begawan
Regelia Museum
 Ceremonial spears.
Brunei
Bander Seri Begawan
Arts and Crafts Centre
 Silver keris, a ceremonial dagger.
Brunei
Bander Seri Begawan
Brunei River
 The Royal Palace from the Brunei River.
Brunei
Bander Seri Begawan
Kota Batu
Technology Museum
 The Technology Museum.
Brunei
Bander Seri Begawan
Kota Batu
Technology Museum
 Diorama of the water village.
Brunei
Bander Seri Begawan
Kota Batu
Technology Museum
 Interior of a water village house.
Brunei
Bander Seri Begawan
Kota Batu
Technology Museum
 Gong.
Brunei
Bander Seri Begawan
Kota Batu
Technology Museum
 Brass vessel.
Brunei
Bander Seri Begawan
Kota Batu
Technology Museum
 Fishing traps.
Brunei
Bander Seri Begawan
Kota Batu
Technology Museum
 Vessel for cooking fish.
Brunei
Bander Seri Begawan
Kota Batu
Technology Museum
 Diorama showing smithing.
Brunei
Bander Seri Begawan
Kota Batu
Technology Museum
 Diorama showing weaving.
Brunei
Bander Seri Begawan
Kota Batu
Technology Museum
 Diorama showing sugar making.
Brunei
Bander Seri Begawan
Kota Batu
Technology Museum
 Longhouse of the Murut people.
Brunei
Bander Seri Begawan
Kota Batu
Technology Museum
 Inside a Murut longhouse.
Brunei
Bander Seri Begawan
Kota Batu
Technology Museum
 House interior.
Brunei
Bander Seri Begawan
Kota Batu
Technology Museum
 Cooking area.
Brunei
Bander Seri Begawan
Kota Batu
Technology Museum
 Spinning tops.
Brunei
Bander Seri Begawan
Kota Batu
Technology Museum
 Gold.
Brunei
Bander Seri Begawan
Kota Batu
Tomb of Sultan Bolkiah
 The Tomb of Sultan Bolkiah is set in a pretty garden.
Brunei
Bander Seri Begawan
Kota Batu
Tomb of Sultan Bolkiah
 Sultan Bolkiah died in 1524.
Brunei
Bander Seri Begawan
Kota Batu
Tomb of Sultan Bolkiah
 The grave of the Sultan.
Brunei
Bander Seri Begawan
Kota Batu
Tomb of Sultan Bolkiah
 Grave stones.

All travel photographs © 1973 - 2017 KryssTal

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