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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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Cambodia
Angkor
Angkor Wat
 Looking down on the outer cloister at Angkor Wat.
Cambodia
Angkor
Angkor Wat
 An aspara, one of many on the walls of Angkor Wat.
Cambodia
Angkor
Angkor Wat
 A group of asparas.
Cambodia
Angkor
Angkor Wat
 Angkor Wat contains 800m of carvings on its outer wall.
This shows scenes from the Indian epic, the Mahabharata.
Cambodia
Angkor
Angkor Wat
 Depictions of heaven (top) and hell (bottom) on the outer walls of Angkor Wat.
Cambodia
Angkor
Angkor Wat
 Battle scene.
Cambodia
Angkor
Preah Ko
 Preah Ko is a Shiva temple built in 879.
Cambodia
Angkor
Preah Ko
 Carving at Preah Ko.
Cambodia
Angkor
Preah Ko
 Lintel with elaborate carvings.
Cambodia
Angkor
Ta Bakong
 The five level Ta Bakong was originally a Shiva temple.
Cambodia
Angkor
Ta Bakong
 The Buddhist interior of Ta Bakong, a temple dating from 881.
Cambodia
Angkor
Ta Bakong
 Carved stone block.
Cambodia
Angkor
Ta Bakong
 View from Ta Bakong.
Chile
Santiago
Pre-Columbian Museum
 The Pre Columbian Museum feature artifacts from all over the Americas.
Chile
Santiago
Pre-Columbian Museum
 An Olmec figure from the Atlantic coast of Mexico.
Chile
Santiago
Pre-Columbian Museum
 Gold Tairona pendant from Colombia.
Chile
Santiago
Pre-Columbian Museum
 A Manta figure from Colombia.
Chile
Santiago
Pre-Columbian Museum
 Moche condor from Peru.
Chile
Santiago
Pre-Columbian Museum
 Moche gold mask from northern Peru.
Chile
Santiago
Pre-Columbian Museum
 Mapuche clay pipe from southern Chile.
Chile
Santiago
Pre-Columbian Museum
 Tihuanaco figure of a llama from Bolivia.
Chile
Santiago
Pre-Columbian Museum
 Paracan pottery from Peru.
Chile
Santiago
Pre-Columbian Museum
 Nazca pottery from southern Peru.
Chile
Santiago
Pre-Columbian Museum
 A Mayan totem from Guatemala.
Chile
Santiago
Museum of Fine Arts
 Statue outside the Museum of Fine Arts.
Chile
Santiago
Museum of Fine Arts
 A print of 19th century Santiago.
Chile
Santiago
Museum of Fine Arts
 Painting of birds from a Chinese exhibition.
Chile
Santiago
Museum of Fine Arts
 Painting of a cat and flowers from a Chinese exhibition.
Chile
Santiago
Isla Negra
Pablo Neruda House
 House of the writer Pablo Neruda.
Chile
Santiago
Isla Negra
Pablo Neruda House
 The house is set on a small ridge.
Chile
Santiago
Isla Negra
Pablo Neruda House
 The house was the writer's favourite.
Chile
Santiago
Isla Negra
Pablo Neruda House
 The main building is blue and made of wood.
Chile
Santiago
Isla Negra
Pablo Neruda House
 The house is on a hillside overlooking the sea.
Chile
Santiago
Isla Negra
Pablo Neruda House
 The house has many seafaring symbols.
Chile
Santiago
Isla Negra
Pablo Neruda House
 The house has a marine feel.
Chile
Santiago
Isla Negra
Pablo Neruda House
 Steam engine.
Chile
Santiago
Isla Negra
Pablo Neruda House
 Many of the items in the house related to the sea.
Chile
Santiago
Isla Negra
Pablo Neruda House
 View out to sea.
Chile
Santiago
Isla Negra
Pablo Neruda House
 The house is full of items collected by the writer.
Chile
Santiago
Isla Negra
Pablo Neruda House
 The writer's collection of glass bottles.
Chile
Santiago
Isla Negra
Pablo Neruda House
 One of the many ships in a bottle in the house.
Chile
Lake District
Osorno
Regional Museum
 Painting showing a meeting between the Spanish and the Mapuche.
Chile
Lake District
Osorno
Regional Museum
 Mapuche mummy.
Chile
Lake District
Osorno
Regional Museum
 A mastedon, an extinct relative of the elephant.
Chile
Lake District
Osorno
Regional Museum
 Mapuche pottery.
Chile
Lake District
Osorno
Regional Museum
 Boleadores, used to catch horses.
Chile
Lake District
Osorno
Regional Museum
 1930s radio.
Chile
Valdivia
 The ruins of Fort San Carlos (1762).
Chile
Valdivia
 Amargos Castle dates from 1677.
Chile
Valdivia
San Sebastian Fort
 San Sebastian de la Cruz Fort.
Chile
Valdivia
San Sebastian Fort
 The fort guards the mouth of the River Valdivia.
Chile
Valdivia
San Sebastian Fort
 The fort was taken from Spain during the Chillean War of Independence.
Chile
Valdivia
San Sebastian Fort
 Steps and tunnel.
Chile
Atacama Desert
 One of the many petroglyphs scattered around the desert.
Chile
Atacama Desert
San Pedro de Atacama
Gustavo Le Paige Museum
 The Gustavo Le Paige Museum is named after the priest who founded it and features Aymara burial practices.
Chile
Atacama Desert
San Pedro de Atacama
Gustavo Le Paige Museum
 The Aymara left many mummies in the dry desert.
Chile
Atacama Desert
San Pedro de Atacama
Gustavo Le Paige Museum
 Aymara mummy with necklace.
Chile
Atacama Desert
San Pedro de Atacama
Gustavo Le Paige Museum
 Skull.
Chile
Atacama Desert
San Pedro de Atacama
Gustavo Le Paige Museum
 A complete mummy, one of 300,000 pre-Hispanic artefacts in the museum.
Chile
Atacama Desert
San Pedro de Atacama
 Quittor is a 12th century Inca fortress.
Chile
Atacama Desert
San Pedro de Atacama
 Quittor fell to the Spanish in the 17th century.
Chile
Atacama Desert
Iquique
Meseum
 Aymara artefacts in the city museum.
Chile
Atacama Desert
Iquique
Meseum
 Aymara weaving with llama wool.
Chile
Atacama Desert
Iquique
Meseum
 Aymara mummy.
Chile
Atacama Desert
Giant of Atacama
 The Giant of Atacama is an 86m long representation of a human figure, the largest from the ancient world.
Chile
Atacama Desert
Giant of Atacama
 Close up of the figure from Cerro Unitas.
Chile
Atacama Desert
Pintados
 The pre-Inca site contains over 400 petroglyphs.
Chile
Atacama Desert
Pintados
 The site is pre-Inca and survives because of the dry conditions.
Chile
Atacama Desert
Pintados
 The petroglyphs of Pintados are best seen from a distance.
Chile
Atacama Desert
Pintados
 Dark stones have beem cleared to leave a series of petroglyphs.
Chile
Atacama Desert
Pintados
 Geometric petroglyphs on the hillside.
Chile
Atacama Desert
Pintados
 Some petroglyphs are diagramatic versions of animals.
Chile
Atacama Desert
Pintados
 Petroglyphs of animals.
Chile
Atacama Desert
Pintados
 Figure resembling a rhea, a flightless bird.
Chile
Atacama Desert
Pintados
 Light coloured llamas and dark human figures.
Chile
Atacama Desert
Pintados
 Llamas.
Chile
Atacama Desert
Pintados
 Detail of a geometric figure.
Chile
Atacama Desert
Pintados
 The pre-Inca site is covered in over 400 petroglyphs.
Chile
Atacama Desert
Pintados
 Human figures made from dark volcanic stones.
Chile
Atacama Desert
Pintados
 Figure of a hunter made by clearing stones to leave space.
Chile
Atacama Desert
Pintados
 Styalised human figure.
Chile
Atacama Desert
Pintados
 A bird and geometric patterns.
Chile
Atacama Desert
Pintados
 Squares and rectangles.
Chile
Atacama Desert
Humberstone
 The once-thriving nitrate town of Humberstone.
Chile
Atacama Desert
Humberstone
 The town was founded in the 19th century.
Chile
Atacama Desert
Humberstone
 The main square.
Chile
Atacama Desert
Humberstone
 Humberstone was abandoned by 1960 and is now a ghost town.
Chile
Atacama Desert
Humberstone
 Crumbling houses.
Chile
Atacama Desert
Humberstone
 Deserted streets.
Chile
Atacama Desert
Humberstone
 Abandoned house.
Chile
Atacama Desert
Humberstone
 Empty square.
Chile
Atacama Desert
Humberstone
 Former family residence.
Chile
Atacama Desert
Humberstone
 Humberstone is a ghost town after being abandoned in the late 1950s.
Chile
Atacama Desert
Humberstone
 Humberstone is an abandoned former nitrate town.
Chile
Atacama Desert
Humberstone
 Former cinema.
Chile
Atacama Desert
Humberstone
 Abandoned house.
Chile
Atacama Desert
Humberstone
 Empty streets and squares.
Chile
Atacama Desert
Humberstone
 Former railway station.
Chile
Atacama Desert
Humberstone
 Abandoned streets and houses.
Chile
Atacama Desert
Humberstone
 Crumbling electricty and telegraph poles.

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