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Photo Subject : Historical Sites

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Photos marked as were added from 16 December 2017.


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Province
State
Place
Location
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Hungary
Szentendre
Ethnographic Museum
 Inside the Szilsarkany Blacksmith's forge.
Hungary
Szentendre
Ethnographic Museum
 Barn and well from the Kisalfold region.
Hungary
Szentendre
Ethnographic Museum
 Shed used for crop storage from the Kisalfold region.
Hungary
Szentendre
Ethnographic Museum
 Interior of a house from Und, Kisalfold region.
Hungary
Szentendre
Ethnographic Museum
 Outdoor ovens from Kisbodak.
Hungary
Szentendre
Ethnographic Museum
 Interior of the sitting area of house from Janossomorja in the Kisalfold region.
Hungary
Szentendre
Ethnographic Museum
 Interior of the bedroom of house from Janossomorja.
Hungary
Szentendre
Ethnographic Museum
 House interior from Kisalfold region.
Hungary
Szentendre
Ethnographic Museum
 Wooden structures from Western Transdanubia.
Hungary
Szentendre
Ethnographic Museum
 Bellfry from Felsoszenterzsebet, Western Transdanubia.
Hungary
Szentendre
Transport Museum
 Railway carriage at the Transport Museum.
Hungary
Szentendre
Transport Museum
 Collection of trams and street cars.
Hungary
Szentendre
Transport Museum
 Budapest tram.
Iceland
Reykjavik
Hellgrimskirkja
 A statue of explorer, Leif Ericsson guards the church.
Iceland
Reykjavik
Culture House
 Painting of angels.
Iceland
Reykjavik
Culture House
 Altar cloth from 1550.
Iceland
Reykjavik
Culture House
 "Fishes of the Sea" by Helgi Fridhjonsson.
Iceland
Reykjavik
Culture House
 "Iceland's Flora" by Eggert Petursson.
Iceland
Reykjavik
Culture House
 Icelandic birdlife.
Iceland
Reykjavik
Culture House
 Painting of Iceland scenery.
Iceland
Reykjavik
Culture House
 Drawings by Asgrimur Jonsson, one of Iceland's most famous artists.
Iceland
Reykjavik
Culture House
 14th century religious painting.
Iceland
Reykjavik
Culture House
 Icelandic landscape.
Iceland
Reykjavik
Culture House
 Landscape from 1910.
Iceland
Reykjavik
Culture House
 "Summer Night" from 1909.
Iceland
Reykjavik
Culture House
 Portrait of a woman.
Iceland
Reykjavik
Culture House
 "Die of Destiny" by Finnur Jonsson (1925).
Iceland
Reykjavik
Culture House
 "The Shadow" by Gabriela Fridriksdottir (2007).
Iceland
Reykjavik
Culture House
 Folktale playing cards.
Iceland
Reykjavik
Settlement Exhibition
 Iron fish hook called an "angl" from where the word angling comes from.
Iceland
Reykjavik
Settlement Exhibition
 Iron spears found under a long house on the site of the museum.
Iceland
Reykjavik
Settlement Exhibition
 Viking age axe from the first settlement around 871.
Iceland
Reykjavik
Settlement Exhibition
 Tusk of a walrus.
Iceland
Reykjavik
Art Museum
 A series of paintings by Luring Augustine showing a night sky.
Iceland
Reykjavik
Art Museum
 Living exhibit of a woman playing chords on a guitar.
Iceland
Reykjavik
Art Museum
 One of a series of paintings by Kjartansson.
Iceland
Reykjavik
Art Museum
 House by Kjartansson.
Iceland
Reykjavik
Art Museum
 Kjartansson painted this series in West Bank settlements.
Iceland
Reykjavik
Art Museum
 "Morning at Thingvellir" (2007).
Iceland
Reykjavik
Phallological Museum
 Penis of a sperm whale.
Iceland
Reykjavik
Phallological Museum
 Penis of a sperm whale (detail).
Iceland
Reykjavik
Phallological Museum
 Porpoise penises.
Iceland
Reykjavik
Phallological Museum
 Smoked horse penis.
Iceland
Reykjavik
Phallological Museum
 Horse penis flavoured with salt, sage, dil, rosemary, basil, thyme, oregano and nutmeg.
Iceland
Reykjavik
Phallological Museum
 Photograph of man with very large penis.
Iceland
Reykjavik
Phallological Museum
 Human penis.
Iceland
Reykjavik
Phallological Museum
 Penis casts of the Icelandic handball team from 2008.
Iceland
Reykjavik
Phallological Museum
 Minke whale penis.
Iceland
Reykjavik
Phallological Museum
 Killer whale penis.
Iceland
Reykjavik
Phallological Museum
 Eland penis.
Iceland
Reykjavik
Phallological Museum
 Zebra penis.
Iceland
Reykjavik
Phallological Museum
 Greenland seal penis.
Iceland
Reykjavik
Phallological Museum
 Bull penis.
Iceland
Reykjavik
National Museum
 A carving of Thor from 1000.
Iceland
Reykjavik
National Museum
 One thousand year old sacrificial bowl.
Iceland
Reykjavik
National Museum
 Fish hooks used by early settlers. The word "angler" comes from the Icelandic for fish hook, angl.
Iceland
Reykjavik
National Museum
 The Book of Icelanders dates from 1861.
Iceland
Reykjavik
National Museum
 Necklaces made from glass, amber, stone and silver coins.
Iceland
Reykjavik
National Museum
 Hair pins found in female graves.
Iceland
Reykjavik
National Museum
 Brooches from the 9th century.
Iceland
Reykjavik
National Museum
 Iron door ring from a church.
Iceland
Reykjavik
National Museum
 The warp weighted loom was used in Iceland until the 19th century.
Iceland
Reykjavik
National Museum
 Wood carving showing Geroge killing the dragon.
Iceland
Reykjavik
National Museum
 Single edged swords.
Iceland
Reykjavik
National Museum
 15th century book describing Iceland under the kingdom of Norway.
Iceland
Reykjavik
National Museum
 17th century drinking horn.
Iceland
Reykjavik
National Museum
 Alibaster statue of God embracing Jesus made in England.
Iceland
Reykjavik
National Museum
 Runic inscription used for protection against illness.
Iceland
Reykjavik
National Museum
 The oldest Bible in Iceland dates from 1584.
Iceland
Reykjavik
National Museum
 Carved figure of a woman discovered in a tomb.
Iceland
Reykjavik
National Museum
 Portrait of Magnus Magnusson who died in 1704 was a commissioner.
Iceland
Reykjavik
National Museum
 Ornate metal brooch.
Iceland
Reykjavik
National Museum
 The oldest printed hymnbook in Iceland dates from 1589.
Iceland
Reykjavik
National Museum
 Carved wooden chair.
Iceland
Reykjavik
National Museum
 Confessional dial used by priests to count confessions.
Iceland
Reykjavik
National Museum
 Swan feathers used for quills.
Iceland
Reykjavik
National Museum
 Wooden shop signs.
Iceland
Reykjavik
National Museum
 Calendar dials.
Iceland
Reykjavik
National Museum
 The interior of a 17th century house.
Iceland
Reykjavik
National Museum
 Type of boat used by Icelanders for thousands of years.
Iceland
Reykjavik
National Museum
 Sextant from 1928.
Iceland
Reykjavik
National Museum
 17th century wooden house.
Iceland
Reykjavik
National Museum
 Wooden kitchenware.
Iceland
Reykjavik
National Museum
 Travel equipment for winter including skis.
Iceland
Reykjavik
National Museum
 Trawler wire cutters used in fishing conflicts with Britain.
Iceland
Reykjavik
Sculpture Garden
 "Protection" by Einer Jonsson who died in 1954.
Iceland
Reykjavik
Sculpture Garden
 "Earth" by Einer Jonsson, who was financed and given a studio and home by the government in return for donating his works to the country
Iceland
Reykjavik
Sculpture Garden
 "Fate" by Einer Jonsson (1927).
Iceland
Reykjavik
Sculpture Garden
 "Grief" by Einer Jonsson from 1927.
Iceland
Reykjavik
Sculpture Garden
 "Evolution" by Einer Jonsson (1914).
Iceland
Reykjavik
Sculpture Garden
 "The King of Atlantis" (1922) by Einer Jonsson.
Iceland
Reykjavik
Sculpture Garden
 "Sparks" by Einer Jonsson. Some of his sculptures are in the USA
Iceland
Reykjavik
Sculpture Garden
 "The Crucible" by Einer Jonsson.
Iceland
Reykjavik
Sculpture Garden
 "Thor Wrestling With Age".
Iceland
Reykjavik
Sculpture Garden
 Detail of "Thor Wrestling With Age" (1940).
Iceland
Reykjavik
Sculpture Garden
 "Christmas".
Iceland
Reykjavik
Sculpture Garden
 "The Birth of Psyche" by Einer Jonsson (1918).
Iceland
Reykjavik
Sculpture Garden
 "Heimir" (1950).
Iceland
Reykjavik
National Gallery
 Portrait of a woman from 1962.
Iceland
Reykjavik
National Gallery
 Exhibition by artist Hrafnahildur Arnardottir.

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