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Iceland
Reykjavik
National Gallery
Painting by Erro (Gudhmundur Gudhmunsson), one of Iceland's most famous artists.
Iceland
Reykjavik
National Gallery
"Mountain Sour Milk" by Gylfi Gislason (1971).
Iceland
Reykjavik
National Gallery
"Green Night" by Helgi Thorgils Fridhjonson (1983).
Iceland
Reykjavik
National Gallery
"Dinamik" by Gabriela Fridriksdottir, 2008.
Iceland
Reykjavik
National Gallery
"Mount Keller in 1891" by Thora Thorodsen.
Iceland
Reykjavik
National Gallery
"Geysir", Emanuel Larsen (1847).
Iceland
Reykjavik
National Gallery
"Phaedra" by Eyborg Gudmunsdottir, 1964.
Iceland
Reykjavik
National Gallery
"Energy" (1979) by Karl Kvaran.
Iceland
Reykjavik
National Gallery
"By the Window" (1940), Thorvaldur Skulason.
Iceland
Reykjavik
National Gallery
"Sketch" by Asgrimur Jonsson.
Iceland
Reykjavik
National Gallery
"Evening in a Coastal Village" (1937), Jon Engilberts.
Iceland
Reykjavik
National Gallery
"Girls with a Doll" (1943) by Snorri Arinbjarnar.
Iceland
Reykjavik
National Gallery
"A Man and a Woman" (1929), Gunnlaugur Blondal.
Iceland
Reykjavik
National Gallery
"Iceland's Melody" (1944) by Johannes Kjarval.
Iceland
Reykjavik
National Gallery
Detail of "Iceland's Melody" (Johannes Kjarval).
Iceland
Reykjavik
National Gallery
Johannes Kjarval (1885 - 1972) is one of the country's most famous artists.
Iceland
Reykjavik
National Gallery
Painting by Johannes Kjarval.
Iceland
Reykjavik
National Gallery
"Washerwomen" by Kristin Jonsdottir (1931).
Iceland
Reykjavik
National Gallery
"Processing Fish" by Kristin Jonsdottir (1931).
Iceland
Reykjavik
National Gallery
Two drawings by Edvard Munch, "On the Waves of Love", "Death in the Sickroom" (both 1896).
Iceland
Reykjavik
National Gallery
"Horses in Winter", Jon Stefansson (1929).
Iceland
Reykjavik
National Gallery
"Ode to the Moon" (1925), Finnur Jonsson.
Iceland
Reykjavik
National Gallery
"The Boss Boat" (1930), Gunnlaugur Scheving.
Iceland
Reykjavik
National Gallery
Detail of the impressionist influenced, "The Boss Boat" (Gunnlaugur Scheving).
Iceland
Reykjavik
National Gallery
"Eyjafjord" by Christian Blache (1881).
Iceland
Reykjavik
National Gallery
"Eyjafjord" (detail) by Christian Blache.
India
Delhi
Old Delhi
Jami Masjid
The mosque was completed in 1658 by the fifth Moghul Emperor, Shah Jahan.
India
Delhi
Old Delhi
Jami Masjid
The dome and minaret are made of sandstone and marble.
India
Delhi
Red Fort
The Red Fort was built by the third Moghul Emperor, Akbar.
India
Delhi
Red Fort
Chatta Chowk was the covered bazaar.
India
Delhi
Red Fort
Numbat Khana where the royal musicians used to play.
India
Delhi
Red Fort
Hall of Public Audiences
The Hall of Public Audiences where the emperor heard petitions from the public.
India
Delhi
Red Fort
Hall of Public Audiences
The interior of the Hall of Public Audiences.
India
Delhi
Red Fort
Hall of Public Audiences
 The Marble Throne.
India
Delhi
Red Fort
Hall of Public Audiences
The Marble Throne was once inlaid with precious stones looted in 1857.
India
Delhi
Red Fort
Hall of Public Audiences
Carved marble walls.
India
Delhi
Red Fort
Hall of Private Audiences
The Hall of Private Audiences.
India
Delhi
Red Fort
Hall of Private Audiences
The Hall of Private Audiences was where meetings were held with visiting heads of state.
India
Delhi
Red Fort
Hall of Private Audiences
The Hall is made of marble.
India
Delhi
Red Fort
Hall of Private Audiences
Inlaid flowers.
India
Delhi
Red Fort
Hall of Private Audiences
Marble carving.
India
Delhi
Red Fort
Hall of Private Audiences
The Hall is highly decorated.
India
Delhi
Red Fort
Hall of Private Audiences
The base of the throne which was looted by the Persians in 1739.
India
Delhi
Red Fort
Hall of Private Audiences
The silver ceiling was removed by the Marathas in 1760.
India
Delhi
Red Fort
Hall of Private Audiences
The interior of the Hall of Private Audiences is decorated and inlaid.
India
Delhi
Red Fort
Hall of Private Audiences
The upper region are decorated with Urdu poetry.
India
Delhi
Red Fort
Hall of Private Audiences
"If on Earth there is a paradise of bliss - it is this, it is this, it is this".
India
Delhi
Red Fort
The Royal Baths.
India
Delhi
Red Fort
Marble column in the Royal Baths.
India
Delhi
Red Fort
Khas Mahal
The Khas Mahal where the emperor lived.
India
Delhi
Red Fort
Khas Mahal
The hallways.
India
Delhi
Red Fort
Khas Mahal
Corner of the Khas Mahal.
India
Delhi
Red Fort
The Pearl Mosque dates from 1659.
India
Delhi
Red Fort
The Red Fort covers a large area and is like a city within a city.
India
Delhi
Red Fort
One of the many buildings in the complex.
India
Delhi
Red Fort
India's Independence was declared from the Red Fort.
India
Delhi
Red Fort
Many of the buildings feature marble screens.
India
Delhi
Red Fort
Carved marble screen.
India
Delhi
Red Fort
Carved sandstone walls.
India
Delhi
Red Fort
Water feature.
India
Delhi
Red Fort
Marble fountain.
India
Delhi
Red Fort
Cutting the grass.
India
Delhi
New Delhi
India Gate has the names of Indian soldies who died during the First World War fighting for the British.
India
Delhi
New Delhi
Raj Ghat is where Mahatma Ghandi and Jawaharlal Nehru, the first Prime Minister of India, were cremated.
India
Delhi
Lodhi Gardens
The tomb of Sikander Lodhi is a typical octagonal Afghani-style tomb.
India
Delhi
Lodhi Gardens
The Lodhi Tombs are highly decorated and were once part of an early version of Delhi.
India
Delhi
Lodhi Gardens
Blue domed octagonal tomb.
India
Delhi
Lodhi Gardens
Tomb entrance decorated with blue Persian style tiles.
India
Delhi
Lodhi Gardens
Bara Gumbad and Mosque.
India
Delhi
Lodhi Gardens
Highly decorated stonework.
India
Delhi
Lodhi Gardens
 The 15th century Afghan style tomb of Mohammed Shah is an octagonal pre-Moghul structure.
India
Delhi
Jantar Mantar
This is the oldest of Jai Singh's observatories.
India
Delhi
Tughlaqabad Fort
Tughlaqabad Fort is an example of Middle Pathani architecture.
India
Delhi
Tughlaqabad Fort
The fort dates from 1321 and is one of the eight cities at Delhi.
India
Delhi
Tughlaqabad Fort
The walls are between 10m and 15m high.
India
Delhi
Humayan Tomb
 The tomb of the second Moghul Emperor, Humayan, is a forerunner of the Taj Mahal.
India
Delhi
Humayan Tomb
The structure is made mainly from sandstone.
India
Delhi
Humayan Tomb
The building is early Moghul and was completed in the 16th century.
India
Delhi
Humayan Tomb
The tomb is mainly sandstone but with a marble dome.
India
Delhi
Humayan Tomb
Marble inlay.
India
Delhi
Humayan Tomb
Sandstone screen.
India
Delhi
Humayan Tomb
Tombs of members of Humayan's court.
India
Delhi
Humayan Tomb
Marble tomb with Arabic inscription.
India
Delhi
Humayan Tomb
Humayan was the great grandfather of the builder of the Taj Mahal.
India
Delhi
Humayan Tomb
The marble dome above a Persian style gateway.
India
Delhi
Birla House
This is a museum dedicated to Mohandas K Ghandi (also known as Mahatma Ghandi). He often stayed at the house.
India
Delhi
Birla House
The grounds where Gandhi would walk with visitors.
India
Delhi
Birla House
 The spot in the garden where Ghandi was assassinated. These are his final footsteps leading to where he was killed.
India
Delhi
Birla House
Memorial to Ghandi on the spot where he was killed.
India
Delhi
Birla House
Tribute to Mahatma Ghandi by Albert Einstein.
India
Delhi
Qutab Minar
The Qutab Minar is 15m in diameter at its base tapering to 2.5m, the world's tallest free-standing brick minaret.
India
Delhi
Qutab Minar
The structure was begun in 1193 and took 150 years to complete.
India
Delhi
Qutab Minar
Detail of the victory tower.
India
Delhi
Qutab Minar
The famous iron pillar.
India
Delhi
Qutab Minar
The iron pillar has a Sanskrit inscription and has not rusted for 15 centuries.
India
Delhi
Qutab Minar
Visiting the iron pillar.
India
Delhi
Qutab Minar
Quwwat-ul-Islam Mosque
The Quwwat-ul-Islam Mosque.
India
Delhi
Qutab Minar
Quwwat-ul-Islam Mosque
The mosque is the first to be built in North India.
India
Delhi
Qutab Minar
Quwwat-ul-Islam Mosque
The mosque was constructed in 1193 using columns from 27 Hindu and Jain temples.
India
Delhi
Qutab Minar
Quwwat-ul-Islam Mosque
The columns are all carved and different.

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