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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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Georgia
Gori
Stalin Museum
 The museum dates from the 1960s.
Georgia
Gori
Stalin Museum
 Statue of Joseph Jughashvili, later known as Stalin.
Georgia
Gori
Stalin Museum
 Exhibits from the life of Stalin. The museum was set up by the USSR. Since independence more balanced exhibits have been added.
Georgia
Gori
Stalin Museum
 Photograph of a young Stalin with his mother and father.
Georgia
Gori
Stalin Museum
 Stalin during his military days.
Georgia
Gori
Stalin Museum
 Stalin's military coat.
Georgia
Gori
Stalin Museum
 Stalin with Molotov during the revolutionary wars.
Georgia
Gori
Stalin Museum
 Photograph of Stalin with Lenin shortly before the latter's death.
Georgia
Gori
Stalin Museum
 The original furniture from Stalin's office in the Kremlin.
Georgia
Gori
Stalin Museum
 The Molotov-Rippentrop Pact which allied the USSR with Nazi Germany in 1939.
Georgia
Gori
Stalin Museum
 Portrait of Stalin and his mother.
Georgia
Gori
Stalin Museum
 Stalin, Roosavelt and Churchill at Yalta at the end of World War 2.
Georgia
Gori
Stalin Museum
 Portrait of Stalin.
Georgia
Gori
Stalin Museum
 Plate with Stalin's face - a gift from Ukraine.
Georgia
Gori
Stalin Museum
 Embroiderred image of Stalin with Mao Tse Tung.
Georgia
Gori
Stalin Museum
 Stalin's death mask from 1953.
Georgia
Gori
Stalin Museum
 Stalin's railway carriage that took him to Yalta for wartime meetings with the US President and the UK Prime Minister.
Georgia
Gori
Stalin Museum
 Stalin's railway bedroom.
Georgia
Gori
Stalin Museum
 The front of the house where Stalin was born in 1878.
Georgia
Gori
Stalin Museum
 The rear of the house where Stalin was born is preserved under a shelter.
Georgia
Gori
Stalin Museum
 Interior of Stalin's house.
Georgia
Uplistsikhe
 The tunnel entrance to Uplistsikhe, a cave city founded in 1000BC.
Georgia
Uplistsikhe
Theatre
 The Theatre is a 2nd century temple.
Georgia
Uplistsikhe
Theatre
 The roof is decorated with geometric patterns.
Georgia
Uplistsikhe
Theatre
 Chambers in the Theatre.
Georgia
Uplistsikhe
 The Temple of Makvliani is pre-Christian and has seats for priests and was used for sacrifices.
Georgia
Uplistsikhe
 Most of the ancient city has not been excavated.
Georgia
Uplistsikhe
 Part of a wall among the caves.
Georgia
Uplistsikhe
Uplistsulis Church
 The 10th century Uplistsulis Church is at the highest point of the city.
Georgia
Uplistsikhe
Uplistsulis Church
 The church was built on the site of a former temple.
Georgia
Uplistsikhe
Uplistsulis Church
 Bronze Madonna and Child.
Georgia
Uplistsikhe
 The ruins are perched high over the river.
Georgia
Uplistsikhe
Tamaris Darbazi
 Tamaris Darbazi was originally a temple but was later occupied by Queen Tamar.
Georgia
Uplistsikhe
Tamaris Darbazi
 The ceiling of Tamaris Darbazi is carved to resemble wooden beams.
Georgia
Uplistsikhe
 Some of the hundreds of caves at the site.
Georgia
Uplistsikhe
 A sun temple later converted to a Christian basilica.
Georgia
Mtskheta
 Fortifications near Mtskheta.
Georgia
Mtskheta
Svetitskhoveli Cathedral
 Stone carvings on the exterior wall.
Georgia
Mtskheta
Svetitskhoveli Cathedral
 The main altar.
Georgia
Mtskheta
Svetitskhoveli Cathedral
 The tomb of Erikle II who ruled the country in the late 18th century.
Georgia
Mtskheta
Svetitskhoveli Cathedral
 The tower below which Christ's robe is believed to be buried.
Georgia
Mtskheta
Svetitskhoveli Cathedral
 The robe tower is decorated with frescos.
Georgia
Mtskheta
Svetitskhoveli Cathedral
 The church is one of the largest in the country.
Georgia
Mtskheta
Svetitskhoveli Cathedral
 Faded icons and frescos.
Georgia
Mtskheta
Svetitskhoveli Cathedral
 Silver icon of Christ and his disciples.
Georgia
Mtskheta
Svetitskhoveli Cathedral
 An image of Christ.
Georgia
Mtskheta
Svetitskhoveli Cathedral
 Icons and wooden panelling.
Georgia
Mtskheta
Svetitskhoveli Cathedral
 Tombstone with the cursive Georgian script.
Georgia
Mtskheta
Jvari Church
 Stone carvings.
Georgia
Mtskheta
Jvari Church
 The church dates from 604 making it one of the oldest in the country.
Georgia
Military Highway
Arugvi Valley
Ananuri Fortress
 Ananuri Fortress dates from 13th century and was the seat of several dukedoms.
Georgia
Military Highway
Arugvi Valley
Ananuri Fortress
 The fortress contains two 17th century churches.
Georgia
Military Highway
Arugvi Valley
Ananuri Fortress
 The fortress walls and entrance.
Georgia
Military Highway
Arugvi Valley
Ananuri Fortress
 Buildings and battlements inside the fortress.
Georgia
Military Highway
Arugvi Valley
Ananuri Fortress
 The 17th century Assumption Church.
Georgia
Military Highway
Arugvi Valley
Ananuri Fortress
 The carved entrance to the Assumption Church.
Georgia
Military Highway
Arugvi Valley
Ananuri Fortress
 The interior of the Assumption Church.
Georgia
Military Highway
Arugvi Valley
Ananuri Fortress
 The Assumption Church with a defensive tower.
Georgia
Military Highway
Arugvi Valley
Ananuri Fortress
 Bell tower overlooking the lake.
Georgia
Military Highway
Arugvi Valley
Ananuri Fortress
 Frescos inside the smaller church.
Georgia
Military Highway
Arugvi Valley
Ananuri Fortress
 Delapidated church outside the fortress.
Georgia
Military Highway
Arugvi Valley
 Fortification.
Georgia
Military Highway
Tergi Valley
 Fortifications near Kazbegi.
Georgia
Military Highway
Kazbegi
Tsminda Sameba Church
 The entrance of the smaller building is decorated with carvings.
Georgia
Military Highway
Kazbegi
Tsminda Sameba Church
 Decorated window.
Georgia
Military Highway
Kazbegi
Tsminda Sameba Church
 The larger of the two buildings.
Georgia
Military Highway
Kazbegi
Tsminda Sameba Church
 The church has exterior carvings.
Georgia
Military Highway
Kazbegi
Tsminda Sameba Church
 Carvings at a doorway.
Georgia
Davit Gareja
 Remnant of a building.
Georgia
Davit Gareja
Lavra Monastery
 Parts of the monastery are built into the rock.
Georgia
Davit Gareja
Lavra Monastery
 The entrance to the monastery.
Georgia
Davit Gareja
Lavra Monastery
 Stone carvings above the entrance.
Georgia
Davit Gareja
Lavra Monastery
 Within the monastery walls.
Georgia
Davit Gareja
Lavra Monastery
 The monks' quarters carved into the hillside.
Georgia
Davit Gareja
Lavra Monastery
 One of the monk cells accessible by a wooden balcony.
Georgia
Davit Gareja
Lavra Monastery
 Cave dwellings carved from the hill rock.
Georgia
Davit Gareja
Lavra Monastery
 The monastery thrived for 700 years until destroyed by the Mongols in 1265.
Georgia
Davit Gareja
Lavra Monastery
 After being destroyed by Mongols and Persians, the monastery was revived in 1675.
Georgia
Davit Gareja
Lavra Monastery
 Detail of the brickwork of St Nicholas Church.
Georgia
Davit Gareja
Lavra Monastery
 The interior of St Nicholas Church.
Georgia
Davit Gareja
Lavra Monastery
 Icon in the monastery church.
Georgia
Davit Gareja
Lavra Monastery
 The watchtower from the hills overlooking the monastery.
Georgia
Davit Gareja
 Small shrine in the hills above Lavra Monastery.
Georgia
Davit Gareja
Udabno Monastery
 Udabno is a series of cave monasteries set on a remote cliff.
Georgia
Davit Gareja
Udabno Monastery
 One of the churches with frescos.
Georgia
Davit Gareja
Udabno Monastery
 Interior frescos.
Georgia
Davit Gareja
Udabno Monastery
 Delapidated cave 51.
Georgia
Davit Gareja
Udabno Monastery
 Residential area.
Georgia
Davit Gareja
Udabno Monastery
 Almost inaccessible monk cell.
Georgia
Davit Gareja
Udabno Monastery
 Small chapel carved into a cave.
Georgia
Davit Gareja
Udabno Monastery
 Small chapel at the highest point of the hill.
Germany
West Berlin
Reichstag Museum
 The Reichstag Museum.
Germany
West Berlin
Reichstag Museum
 Artifacts from pre-War Berlin.
Germany
Munich
Dachau
 Concentration camp at Dachau near Munich.
Germany
Cologne
Cologne Cathedral
 The Gothic spire.
Germany
Cologne
Cologne Cathedral
 Stained glass window.
Greece
Meteora
Kalambaka
 The Church of the Assumption dates from the 7th century.
Greece
Meteora
Agia Triada Monastery
 Agia Triada has a spectacular setting.
Greece
Meteora
Agia Triada Monastery
 Steps ascending the rock pinnacle.
Greece
Meteora
Agia Triada Monastery
 Path cut into the rock face.

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