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Province
State
Place
Location
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Armenia
Lake Sevan
Sevanavank
 Arakelots Church. The town of Sevan is on the shore of the lake.
Australia
Sydney
Australia Museum
 Boomerangs were used for hunting, combat and games of skill. They are one of Australia's most distinctive inventions.
Australia
Sydney
Australia Museum
 Possum skin coat of the Muthi Muthi people.
Australia
Sydney
Australia Museum
 Painted wooden shield made in Cairns from 1898.
Australia
Sydney
Australia Museum
 Container made from eucalyptus bark by the Mowanjum people.
Australia
Sydney
Australia Museum
 A tunga (painted bark basket) from the Tiwi people, used for festivals.
Australia
Sydney
Australia Museum
 Wooden pipes from the Northern Territory Macassan people.
Australia
Sydney
Australia Museum
 Bark paintings are a traditional form of indigenous art. This one is by the Macassan.
Australia
Sydney
Australia Museum
 Bark painting depicting a Macassan prau (boat).
Australia
Sydney
Australia Museum
 Stone axes from the Kimberley region of Western Australia.
Australia
Sydney
Australia Museum
 Pubic cover made from melo amphora shell used by the Torres Straight Islanders.
Australia
Sydney
Australia Museum
 Belt made from plaited palm fibre and a shell neck ornament (Torres Straight Islands).
Australia
Sydney
Australia Museum
 Hardwood club from the New South Wales region.
Australia
Sydney
Australia Museum
 Dari headdress from the Torres Stright islands.
Australia
Sydney
Australia Museum
 Woomeras from the Northern Territory. Woomeras were attached to spears to make them travel further.
Australia
Sydney
Australia Museum
 Bark paintings from the Kunwinjku people depicting their myths and stories.
Australia
Sydney
Australia Museum
 1988 painting of the Rainbow Serpent on linen from the Luritja people of Alice Springs.
Australia
Sydney
Australia Museum
 The Rainbow Serpent painted on bark by the Kunwinjku people for a male ceremony.
Australia
Sydney
Australia Museum
 Wooden clubs from Queensland.
Australia
Sydney
Australia Museum
 Message sticks used by different communities to communicate with each other.
Australia
Sydney
Australia Museum
 Danceboards of the Warlpiri people. These were made by men, painted by women and used in female ceremonies.
Australia
Sydney
Australia Museum
 Lightning totem used by the Baadi people for ceremonies.
Australia
Sydney
Australia Museum
 A turtle shell mask from Papua New Guinea.
Australia
Sydney
Australia Museum
 Mask used by the Elema people of Papua New Guinea for humourous dances.
Australia
Sydney
Australia Museum
 Skeleton of a platypus, one of only two kinds of egg laying mammals found only in Australia.
Australia
Sydney
Australia Museum
 Model dynosaurs in the natural history section.
Australia
Sydney
Australia Museum
 Stuffed Thylacine, the so-called Tasmanian Tiger, a marsupial (pouched mammal) that became extinct in the 1920s.
Australia
Sydney
Australia Museum
 Lead Chromate from the museum's mineral collection.
Australia
Sydney
Australia Museum
 Allanite is a complex rare earth silicate.
Australia
Sydney
Hyde Park Barracks Museum
 The Hyde Park Barracks was used as a prison for transported convicts between 1819 and 1848.
Australia
Sydney
Hyde Park Barracks Museum
 The building was built by convicts and housed them until 1848 when it became an immigrant depot.
Australia
Sydney
Hyde Park Barracks Museum
 Clock and the architect's name.
Australia
Sydney
Hyde Park Barracks Museum
 Hats used by convicts.
Australia
Sydney
Hyde Park Barracks Museum
 Convicts and their many skills were used for the economic benefit of the British Empire.
Australia
Sydney
Hyde Park Barracks Museum
 Items used by Irish orphan girls sent to Australia during the Irish Potato Famine.
Australia
Sydney
Hyde Park Barracks Museum
 Hammocks used to sleep convicts.
Australia
Sydney
Hyde Park Barracks Museum
 Convict clothing.
Australia
Sydney
Hyde Park Barracks Museum
 Painting of convicts about to be transported to Australia from England.
Australia
Sydney
Hyde Park Barracks Museum
 Painting showing convicts arriving in Australia.
Australia
Sydney
Hyde Park Barracks Museum
 Convicts arriving at the Barracks.
Australia
Sydney
Hyde Park Barracks Museum
 Prisoner documentation.
Australia
Sydney
Hyde Park Barracks Museum
 Painting showing a depiction of Sydney during the convict period.
Australia
Sydney
Hyde Park Barracks Museum
 Painting showing a depiction of rural bliss in New South Wales.
Australia
Sydney
Justice and Police Museum
 Handcuffs from the 1840s.
Australia
Sydney
Justice and Police Museum
 Hangman's noose from the early 20th century.
Australia
Sydney
Justice and Police Museum
 Face mask from 1878 to stop prisoners associating with each other.
Australia
Sydney
Justice and Police Museum
 The courtroom.
Australia
Sydney
Justice and Police Museum
 The charge room.
Australia
Sydney
Justice and Police Museum
 A holding cell.
Australia
Sydney
Justice and Police Museum
 Weapons.
Australia
Sydney
Justice and Police Museum
 An exhibition of paintings called Wicked Women depicting contemporary women in the style of the USA Pulp Fiction era.
Australia
Sydney
Justice and Police Museum
 An exhibition of paintings called Wicked Women by Rosemary Valadon.
Australia
Sydney
The Rocks
Rocks Museum
 Gin bottles from the 1880s.
Australia
Sydney
The Rocks
Rocks Museum
 Pre-metric scales.
Australia
Sydney
The Rocks
Susannah Place Museum
 A bedroom from the 1850s.
Australia
Sydney
The Rocks
Susannah Place Museum
 A bedroom from the 1930s.
Australia
Sydney
The Rocks
Susannah Place Museum
 Early outside toilet.
Australia
Sydney
The Rocks
Susannah Place Museum
 Copper for heating water.
Australia
Sydney
The Rocks
Susannah Place Museum
 Bedroom from the 1880s.
Australia
Sydney
The Rocks
Susannah Place Museum
 A kitchen from the 1930s.
Australia
Sydney
The Rocks
Susannah Place Museum
 Outhouse.
Australia
Sydney
The Rocks
Susannah Place Museum
 Middle class parlour.
Australia
Sydney
The Rocks
Susannah Place Museum
 Side board with porcelain.
Australia
Sydney
The Rocks
Susannah Place Museum
 Ice box.
Australia
Sydney
The Rocks
Susannah Place Museum
 The window of one of the houses with lace curtains.
Australia
Sydney
The Rocks
Susannah Place Museum
 The corner shop.
Australia
Sydney
The Rocks
Susannah Place Museum
 Goods in the 1930s style shop.
Australia
Sydney
The Rocks
Susannah Place Museum
 Bicarbonate of soda in the shop.
Australia
Sydney
The Rocks
Susannah Place Museum
 Soap from the late 1800s.
Australia
Sydney
The Rocks
Susannah Place Museum
 Australian brand soap.
Australia
Sydney
Observatory
 Maps of the transits of Venus in 1631 and 1639. Observation of these events led to the European discovery of Tasmania.
Australia
Sydney
Observatory
 Brass telescope.
Australia
Sydney
Observatory
 Ship clock for determining longitude.
Australia
Sydney
Observatory
 18th century brass telescope.
Australia
Sydney
Observatory
 Star catalogue of Edmund Halley.
Australia
Sydney
Observatory
 A brass orery showing the Earth and Moon moving around the Sun.
Australia
Sydney
Observatory
 Clock used to time the 1769 transit of Venus.
Australia
Sydney
Observatory
 Book about the 1874 tranist of Venus.
Australia
Sydney
Observatory
 The main telescope of the observatory was used to photograph the 1874 transit of Venus.
Australia
Sydney
New South Wales Art Gallery
 "Departure of the Orient (Circular Quay)" by Charles Coder, 1888.
Australia
Sydney
New South Wales Art Gallery
 "The Golden Fleece" by Tom Roberts, 1894.
Australia
Sydney
New South Wales Art Gallery
 "Bailed Up" by Tom Roberts, 1895.
Australia
Sydney
New South Wales Art Gallery
 "On the Wallaby Track" by Frederick McCubbin, 1896.
Australia
Sydney
New South Wales Art Gallery
 "Race to the Market (Tahiti)" by Nicholas Chavalier, 1880.
Australia
Sydney
New South Wales Art Gallery
 "The Piazza di San Marco" by Antonio Canaletto, 1746.
Australia
Sydney
New South Wales Art Gallery
 "Portrait of Dr Benjamin Hoadly" by William Hogarth, early 1740s.
Australia
Sydney
New South Wales Art Gallery
 "Madamoiselle Hilligsberg" by John Hoppner in 1791.
Australia
Sydney
New South Wales Art Gallery
 "The Captive" by John Everett Millais in 1882.
Australia
Sydney
New South Wales Art Gallery
 "My Crown and Sceptre" by Thomas Cooper Gotch in 1891.
Australia
Sydney
New South Wales Art Gallery
 "Confidences" (1889) by Georges Croegaert.
Australia
Sydney
New South Wales Art Gallery
 "The Pool, Penshanger Park" by Spencer Gore in 1908.
Australia
Sydney
New South Wales Art Gallery
 "The Snake Charmer" by Etienne Dinet, 1889.
Australia
Sydney
New South Wales Art Gallery
 "Ismene, Nymph of Diana" by Charles Landelle, 1878.
Australia
Sydney
New South Wales Art Gallery
 Self Portrait of Paul Rubens in 1623.
Australia
Sydney
New South Wales Art Gallery
 "Allen" by Arthur Murch, 1933.
Australia
Sydney
New South Wales Art Gallery
 "Toinette" by George Bell, 1934.
Australia
Sydney
New South Wales Art Gallery
 "I Am Still What I Meant To Be" by Stephen Bush, 2009.
Australia
Sydney
New South Wales Art Gallery
 "The Telephone Box" by John Brack, 1954.
Australia
Sydney
New South Wales Art Gallery
 "Apocalyptic Horse" by Albert Tucker, 1956.
Australia
Sydney
New South Wales Art Gallery
 "Construction In Green" by Ralph Balson in 1942.

All travel photographs © 1973 - 2017 KryssTal

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