Easter Island, Chile Bratislava Castle, Slovakia Stupa at Sanchi, India Kruja Fort, Albania

Search Results : 12475 Photos

Page 61 of 125

[Previous Page (60)] [Next Page (62)]

Photo Subject : Historical Sites

Click on the images below to see a larger version of the picture.

Photos marked as were added from 1 March 2017.


Country
Province
State
Place
Location
Click
to View
Description
India
Madhya Pradesh
Khajuraho
The temples of Khajuraho.
India
Madhya Pradesh
Khajuraho
Khajuraho is a collection of temples built between 950 and 1050.
India
Madhya Pradesh
Khajuraho
Lakshmana Temple
 The Lakshmana Temple dates from 950 AD and is dedicated to Vishnu.
India
Madhya Pradesh
Khajuraho
Lakshmana Temple
The temples at Khajuraho are famous for their external carvings.
India
Madhya Pradesh
Khajuraho
Lakshmana Temple
 Khajuraho is famous for its erotic carvings and scenes from the Kama Sutra.
India
Madhya Pradesh
Khajuraho
Lakshmana Temple
The temple is surrounded by carved figures and animals.
India
Madhya Pradesh
Khajuraho
Lakshmana Temple
Erotic carvings plus an elephant.
India
Madhya Pradesh
Khajuraho
Lakshmana Temple
Scene from the Kama Sutra.
India
Madhya Pradesh
Khajuraho
Lakshmana Temple
Erotic carvings involving animals.
India
Madhya Pradesh
Khajuraho
Lakshmana Temple
A Maharaja with his harem.
India
Madhya Pradesh
Khajuraho
Lakshmana Temple
During the 12th century there were 85 temples spread over 20 square km.
India
Madhya Pradesh
Khajuraho
Lakshmana Temple
Varah Avatar, dedicated to Vishnu.
India
Madhya Pradesh
Khajuraho
Lakshmana Temple
Only 25 temples have survived spread over 6 square km.
India
Madhya Pradesh
Khajuraho
 The Chitragupta Temple is dedicated to Surya, the Sun God.
India
Madhya Pradesh
Khajuraho
Three temples on a single platform: Kandariya Mahadev, Mahadeva and Devi Jagadamba.
India
Madhya Pradesh
Khajuraho
Person caressing a lion at the Mahadeva Temple.
India
Madhya Pradesh
Khajuraho
Kandariya Mahadev
Kandariya Mahadev is the largest temple at Khajuraho and dates from 1050.
India
Madhya Pradesh
Khajuraho
Kandariya Mahadev
The temple has 872 1m high statues.
India
Madhya Pradesh
Khajuraho
Kandariya Mahadev
A couple.
India
Madhya Pradesh
Khajuraho
Kandariya Mahadev
Erotic carving of two people.
India
Madhya Pradesh
Khajuraho
Kandariya Mahadev
Visitors enjoying the 31m high temple.
India
Madhya Pradesh
Khajuraho
Kandariya Mahadev
Some of the 872 statues.
India
Madhya Pradesh
Khajuraho
Kandariya Mahadev
The temple stands on a 4m high plynth.
India
Madhya Pradesh
Khajuraho
Devi Jagadamba is dedicated to the goddess, Kali.
India
Madhya Pradesh
Khajuraho
Paravati Temple (with Vishvanath Temple beyond).
India
Madhya Pradesh
Khajuraho
Vishvanath Temple was built in 1002 and is dedicated to Shiva.
India
Madhya Pradesh
Khajuraho
The Matangesvara Temple dates from 925.
India
Madhya Pradesh
Khajuraho
Ghantai Temple
The Ghantai Temple is a ruined Jain temple.
India
Madhya Pradesh
Khajuraho
Ghantai Temple
Carved column typical of Jain temples. Each column in the temple is different.
India
Madhya Pradesh
Khajuraho
The Javari Temple, built in 1100, is dedicated to Vishnu.
India
Madhya Pradesh
Khajuraho
The Jain Complex.
India
Madhya Pradesh
Khajuraho
Santinatha Temple
The Santinatha Temple is a century old Jain temple.
India
Madhya Pradesh
Khajuraho
Santinatha Temple
The tiled entrance.
India
Madhya Pradesh
Khajuraho
One of the temples in the Jain Complex.
India
Madhya Pradesh
Khajuraho
At the Jain Complex.
India
Madhya Pradesh
Khajuraho
A Jain teacher (tirthankar).
India
Madhya Pradesh
Khajuraho
Parsvanath Temple
Erotic carvings.
India
Madhya Pradesh
Khajuraho
Parsvanath Temple
Erotic carving of an amorous couple.
India
Madhya Pradesh
Khajuraho
Museum
There is a small museum on the site.
India
Madhya Pradesh
Khajuraho
Museum
Statue of Shiva.
India
Madhya Pradesh
Khajuraho
Museum
Statue of Brahma.
Indonesia
Sumatra
Samosir Island
Ambarita
 The ancient meeting place.
Indonesia
Sumatra
Samosir Island
Ambarita
 Stone structures at the ancient meeting place.
Indonesia
Sumatra
Samosir Island
 Small tomb with figures and masks.
Indonesia
Sumatra
Samosir Island
Tomok
 The tomb of King Sidabatu.
Indonesia
Sumatra
Samosir Island
Tomok
 Stone sarcophagus at the tomb of King Sidabatu.
Indonesia
Sumatra
Samosir Island
Tomok
 Carved faces at the tomb of King Sidabatu.
Indonesia
Sumatra
Samosir Island
Tomok
 Statues at the tomb of King Sidabatu.
Indonesia
Sumatra
Samosir Island
 One of the many Batak tombs that dot the island.
Indonesia
Sumatra
Samosir Island
 Batak grave.
Indonesia
Sumatra
Samosir Island
Simanindo
 The royal boat.
Indonesia
Sumatra
Samosir Island
Simanindo
 Wooden mask at the king's house.
Indonesia
Sumatra
Samosir Island
Simanindo
 Typical Batak tomb.
Indonesia
Sumatra
Samosir Island
Simanindo
 Tomb made of bricks.
Indonesia
Sumatra
Bukittinggi
 Plaque commemorating the Japanese occupation during World War 2.
Indonesia
Sumatra
Bukittinggi
 Caves built by forced Indonesian labour under the Japanese in World War 2.
Indonesia
Sumatra
Bukittinggi
Pagaruyung Palace
 Pagaruyung Palace is typical of Minangkabau architecture.
Indonesia
Sumatra
Bukittinggi
Pagaruyung Palace
 The entrance to the palace.
Indonesia
Sumatra
Bukittinggi
Pagaruyung Palace
 Multiple pointed roofs.
Indonesia
Sumatra
Bukittinggi
Pagaruyung Palace
 Detail from the decoration of the palace.
Indonesia
Sumatra
Bukittinggi
Pagaruyung Palace
 Detail of palace decoration.
Indonesia
Sumatra
Bukittinggi
Pagaruyung Palace
 Detail of palace decoration.
Indonesia
Sumatra
Bukittinggi
Pagaruyung Palace
 Carved wooden item.
Indonesia
Sumatra
Bukittinggi
 Ancient Sumatran writing.
Indonesia
Java
Dago
 Japenese caves from World War 2.
Indonesia
Java
Cirebon
Kanaman Palace
 The palace dates from 1681.
Indonesia
Java
Cirebon
Kanaman Palace
 Pavillion decorated with Delpht plates.
Indonesia
Java
Cirebon
Kasepuhan Palace
 The palace was built in 1527.
Indonesia
Java
Cirebon
Kasepuhan Palace
 Delpht plates and tiles.
Indonesia
Java
Cirebon
Kasepuhan Palace
 Pavillion and brick wall.
Indonesia
Java
Cirebon
Kasepuhan Palace
 Shiva lingum and yoni.
Indonesia
Java
Cirebon
Kasepuhan Palace
 A series of pavillions.
Indonesia
Java
Cirebon
Kasepuhan Palace
 Shrine.
Indonesia
Java
Cirebon
Kasepuhan Palace
 Music hall.
Indonesia
Java
Jogjakarta
Paku Alam Palace
 The gamelan is a collection of percussion instruments used in Java and Bali.
Indonesia
Java
Jogjakarta
Taram Sari
 Taram Sari is the ruins of a water palace.
Indonesia
Java
Jogjakarta
Taram Sari
 Carved tomb.
Indonesia
Java
Jogjakarta
Taram Sari
 Tunnel.
Indonesia
Java
Jogjakarta
Taram Sari
 Underground mosque.
Indonesia
Java
Jogjakarta
Museums
 Wooden puppet.
Indonesia
Java
Jogjakarta
Museums
 Mask used for dances.
Indonesia
Java
Jogjakarta
Museums
 Carved wooden animal.
Indonesia
Java
Jogjakarta
Museums
 Wooden puppet.
Indonesia
Java
Jogjakarta
Museums
 Shadow puppet.
Indonesia
Java
Jogjakarta
Kraton
 The palace is still the home of the sultan.
Indonesia
Java
Jogjakarta
Kraton
 Jogjakarta was Hindu until the 16th century when Islam arrived.
Indonesia
Java
Jogjakarta
Kraton
 The palace is very spacious.
Indonesia
Java
Jogjakarta
Kraton
 Visitors to the palace.
Indonesia
Java
Jogjakarta
Kraton
 The palace is a mix of styles.
Indonesia
Java
Jogjakarta
Kraton
 The sultan's apartments.
Indonesia
Java
Jogjakarta
Kraton
 One of the many distinctive buildings in the Kraton.
Indonesia
Java
Jogjakarta
Kraton
 The halls.
Indonesia
Java
Jogjakarta
Kraton
 European style lamps.
Indonesia
Java
Jogjakarta
Kraton
 Decorated roof.
Indonesia
Java
Jogjakarta
Kraton
 Hindu style deities.
Indonesia
Java
Jogjakarta
Kraton
 View from a pavillion.
Indonesia
Java
Jogjakarta
Kraton
 View of the Kraton.
Indonesia
Java
Jogjakarta
Kraton
 A group of buildings.
Indonesia
Java
Jogjakarta
Kraton
 One of the halls.
Indonesia
Java
Jogjakarta
Kraton
 Gamelan instruments.

All travel photographs © 1973 - 2017 KryssTal

[Previous Page (60)] [Top] [Next Page (62)]

[Historical Sites (1)] [Historical Sites (2)] [Historical Sites (3)] [Historical Sites (4)] [Historical Sites (5)] [Historical Sites (6)] [Historical Sites (7)] [Historical Sites (8)] [Historical Sites (9)] [Historical Sites (10)] [Historical Sites (11)] [Historical Sites (12)] [Historical Sites (13)] [Historical Sites (14)] [Historical Sites (15)] [Historical Sites (16)] [Historical Sites (17)] [Historical Sites (18)] [Historical Sites (19)] [Historical Sites (20)] [Historical Sites (21)] [Historical Sites (22)] [Historical Sites (23)] [Historical Sites (24)] [Historical Sites (25)] [Historical Sites (26)] [Historical Sites (27)] [Historical Sites (28)] [Historical Sites (29)] [Historical Sites (30)] [Historical Sites (31)] [Historical Sites (32)] [Historical Sites (33)] [Historical Sites (34)] [Historical Sites (35)] [Historical Sites (36)] [Historical Sites (37)] [Historical Sites (38)] [Historical Sites (39)] [Historical Sites (40)] [Historical Sites (41)] [Historical Sites (42)] [Historical Sites (43)] [Historical Sites (44)] [Historical Sites (45)] [Historical Sites (46)] [Historical Sites (47)] [Historical Sites (48)] [Historical Sites (49)] [Historical Sites (50)] [Historical Sites (51)] [Historical Sites (52)] [Historical Sites (53)] [Historical Sites (54)] [Historical Sites (55)] [Historical Sites (56)] [Historical Sites (57)] [Historical Sites (58)] [Historical Sites (59)] [Historical Sites (60)] [Historical Sites (61)] [Historical Sites (62)] [Historical Sites (63)] [Historical Sites (64)] [Historical Sites (65)] [Historical Sites (66)] [Historical Sites (67)] [Historical Sites (68)] [Historical Sites (69)] [Historical Sites (70)] [Historical Sites (71)] [Historical Sites (72)] [Historical Sites (73)] [Historical Sites (74)] [Historical Sites (75)] [Historical Sites (76)] [Historical Sites (77)] [Historical Sites (78)] [Historical Sites (79)] [Historical Sites (80)] [Historical Sites (81)] [Historical Sites (82)] [Historical Sites (83)] [Historical Sites (84)] [Historical Sites (85)] [Historical Sites (86)] [Historical Sites (87)] [Historical Sites (88)] [Historical Sites (89)] [Historical Sites (90)] [Historical Sites (91)] [Historical Sites (92)] [Historical Sites (93)] [Historical Sites (94)] [Historical Sites (95)] [Historical Sites (96)] [Historical Sites (97)] [Historical Sites (98)] [Historical Sites (99)] [Historical Sites (100)] [Historical Sites (101)] [Historical Sites (102)] [Historical Sites (103)] [Historical Sites (104)] [Historical Sites (105)] [Historical Sites (106)] [Historical Sites (107)] [Historical Sites (108)] [Historical Sites (109)] [Historical Sites (110)] [Historical Sites (111)] [Historical Sites (112)] [Historical Sites (113)] [Historical Sites (114)] [Historical Sites (115)] [Historical Sites (116)] [Historical Sites (117)] [Historical Sites (118)] [Historical Sites (119)] [Historical Sites (120)] [Historical Sites (121)] [Historical Sites (122)] [Historical Sites (123)] [Historical Sites (124)] [Historical Sites (125)]