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Photo Subject : Historical Sites

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Photos marked as were added from 30 June 2018.


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Province
State
Place
Location
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Ireland
Dublin
National Museum
 12th century ecclisistic figure.
Ireland
Dublin
National Museum
 Bronze disk, 2nd century.
Ireland
Dublin
National Museum
 12th century crozier.
Ireland
Dublin
National Museum
 Gold disk from Cork, 1800 BC.
Ireland
Dublin
National Museum
 The Corlea Figure is an iron age boundary marker.
Ireland
Dublin
National Museum
 Late Medaeval boot of wood and leather found in a bog.
Ireland
Dublin
National Museum
 Wooden boundary marker found in a bog dating from 1100 BC.
Ireland
Dublin
National Museum
 The Domhnach Airgid (silver church) dates from the 8th century.
Ireland
Dublin
National Museum
 Reliquary cross used to ward off disease.
Ireland
Dublin
National Museum
 Christ in Sorrows statue.
Ireland
Dublin
National Museum
 Gilt silver chalice (16th century) and a 15th century copper alloy incense spoon.
Ireland
Dublin
National Museum
 Stone carving of unknown origin or date.
Ireland
Dublin
National Museum
 Wooden game board.
Ireland
Dublin
National Museum
 Decorated buckets from the Viking period.
Ireland
Dublin
National Museum
 Silver thistle brooch.
Ireland
Dublin
National Museum
 11th century blacksmith's tongs.
Ireland
Dublin
National Museum
 12th century copper alloy crucifiction figure.
Ireland
Dublin
National Museum
 19th century replica of the 12th century St Manchan's Shrine.
Ireland
Dublin
National Museum
 Stone figure of an English knight.
Ireland
Dublin
National Museum
 The Ballylongford Cross.
Ireland
Dublin
National Museum
 10th century bronze bell from Armagh.
Ireland
Dublin
Dublin Castle
 The main staircase.
Ireland
Dublin
Dublin Castle
 The Battleaxe Landing.
Ireland
Dublin
Dublin Castle
 The James Connolly Room named after the independence fighter executed by the British.
Ireland
Dublin
Dublin Castle
 Room with furniture.
Ireland
Dublin
Dublin Castle
 The Drawing Room.
Ireland
Dublin
Dublin Castle
 Room with a portrait of Queen Victoria.
Ireland
Dublin
Dublin Castle
 View of the Drawing Room.
Ireland
Dublin
Dublin Castle
 The Throne Room.
Ireland
Dublin
Dublin Castle
 Fireplace.
Ireland
Dublin
Dublin Castle
 The Portrait Room.
Ireland
Dublin
Dublin Castle
 Portraits of the UK rulers in the Portrait Room.
Ireland
Dublin
Dublin Castle
 St Patrick's Hall.
Ireland
Dublin
Dublin Castle
 The painted ceiling in St Patrick's Hall.
Ireland
Dublin
Dublin Castle
 The Round Room.
Ireland
Dublin
St Patrick's Cathedral
 The tomb of Jonathan Swift.
Ireland
Dublin
St Patrick's Cathedral
 Memorial to Jonathan Swift who was a satirist and Dean of the Cathedral.
Ireland
Dublin
St Patrick's Cathedral
 Death mask of Jonathan Swift.
Ireland
Dublin
St Patrick's Cathedral
 Drawing of Esther Johnson, wife of Jonathan Swift.
Ireland
Dublin
St Patrick's Cathedral
 The Door of Reconcilliation. The hole was cut to end a quarrel with an offer of a handshake. Hence the expression "to chance your arm".
Ireland
Dublin
St Patrick's Cathedral
 Carved stone.
Ireland
Dublin
St Patrick's Cathedral
 Memorials including for a former President.
Ireland
Dublin
St Patrick's Cathedral
 The Boyle family tomb includes physisist, Robert Boyle.
Ireland
Dublin
Christchurch Cathedral
 The tomb of Strongbow who died in 1176.
Ireland
Dublin
Christchurch Cathedral
 Charles I and II in the Crypt.
Ireland
Dublin
Christchurch Cathedral
 A set of stocks in the Crypt.
Ireland
Dublin
Christchurch Cathedral
 A gold flagon in the Crypt Treasury.
Ireland
Dublin
Christchurch Cathedral
 King William III silver plate.
Ireland
Dublin
Christchurch Cathedral
 A gold chalice.
Ireland
Dublin
Christchurch Cathedral
 18th century chalice.
Ireland
Dublin
Guinness Brewery
 Bottles of Guinness.
Ireland
Dublin
Guinness Brewery
 Hops are one of the ingredients.
Ireland
Dublin
Guinness Brewery
 Items for preparing the barley, an ingredient of the beer.
Ireland
Dublin
Guinness Brewery
 Barrels.
Ireland
Dublin
Guinness Brewery
 Flagging irons used in barrel making.
Ireland
Dublin
Guinness Brewery
 Croze used in barrel making (coopering).
Ireland
Dublin
Guinness Brewery
 Shave used by a cooper to make barrels.
Ireland
Dublin
Guinness Brewery
 Brewing tanks.
Ireland
Dublin
Guinness Brewery
 Tank for roasting the barley.
Ireland
Dublin
Guinness Brewery
 Narrow gauge railway used in the brewery.
Ireland
Dublin
Guinness Brewery
 Guinness poster advert with a toucan.
Ireland
Dublin
Guinness Brewery
 Guinness poster advert with a gnu.
Ireland
Dublin
Guinness Brewery
 An award winning Guinness television advert.
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem
Old City
 Damascus Gate is one of the entrances to the old city of Jerusalem.
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem
Old City
Armenian Quarter
 Map of the Armenian Genocide in the Armenian Museum.
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem
Old City
Armenian Quarter
 Mosaic in the Armenian Museum.
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem
Harem es Sharif
 The Harem es Sharif (Temple Mount) occupies a sixth of the area of Old Jerusalem. It is the third holiest site for Muslims.
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem
Harem es Sharif
 The Golden Gate is the gate through which the Messiah will come. In 1530, the Ottomans blocked it to stop this happening.
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem
Harem es Sharif
 Looking out over Old Jerusalem from the Harem es Sharif (the ancient Temple Mound).
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem
Old City
Via Dolorosa
 The Via Dolorosa (Way of Sorrows) includes the Stations of the Cross where Christians believe Jesus walked to his crucifiction.
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem
Old City
Church of the Holy Sepelchre
 The church dates from 335 and is the holiest site of Christianity as it marks the location of the Crucifixion.
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem
Mount of Olives
 The Jewish Necropolis was desicrated in 1948.
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem
Kidron Valley
 The 1st century Jewish tomb of Absalom in the Kidron Valley.
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem
Kidron Valley
 The tomb of Zeccariah.
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem
Mount Zion
 The Tomb of David.
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem
 The Church of St Anne was built in 1140 by European Crusaders. It became a mosque for 700 years.
Israel / Palestine
Bethlehem
Church of the Nativity
 The Church of the Nativity was built in 325 over a Greek shrine of Adonis.
Israel / Palestine
Bethlehem
Church of the Nativity
 The entrance is only 1.2m high. It was blocked up in the 13th century to stop horses being ridden into the church.
Israel / Palestine
Bethlehem
Herodeon
 The Herodeon is the ruins of the palace of Herod.
Israel / Palestine
Bethlehem
Herodeon
 The Herodeon was once King Herod's palace and later his tomb.
Israel / Palestine
Bethlehem
Herodeon
 The walls of the Herodeon.
Israel / Palestine
Bethlehem
Herodeon
 Archeological site viewed from the Herodeon.
Israel / Palestine
Wadi Qilt
 The aquaduct was built by Herod The Great and restored by the British in the 1920s.
Israel / Palestine
Wadi Qilt
Monastery of St George
 The Monastery of St George is Greek Orthodox and dates from Byzantine times.
Israel / Palestine
Wadi Qilt
Monastery of St George
 The aquaduct supplies water to the monastery.
Israel / Palestine
Wadi Qilt
Monastery of St George
 The monastery is against the cliff.
Israel / Palestine
Wadi Qilt
Monastery of St George
 The monastery entrance.
Israel / Palestine
Dead Sea
Nebi Musa
 Nebi Musa.
Israel / Palestine
Dead Sea
Nebi Musa
 Nebi Musa is the traditional tomb of Moses. It has been a pilgrimage site for Christians, Muslims and Jews for 1000 years.
Israel / Palestine
Dead Sea
Nebi Musa
 The entrance.
Israel / Palestine
Dead Sea
Qumran
 Qumran was the home of the Essenes, a Jewish sect which lived here until the Romans destroyed their settlement in 63 BC.
Israel / Palestine
Dead Sea
Qumran
 The Essenes were a pre-Christian group that practiced baptism, sang hymns and worshipped a teacher of richeousness.
Israel / Palestine
Dead Sea
Qumran
 The writings of the Essenes survived as the Dead Sea Scrolls.
Israel / Palestine
Dead Sea
Qumran
 The caves at Qumran where the Dead Sea Scrolls were found in 1947.
Israel / Palestine
Dead Sea
Qumran
 The Qumran site is nestled by barren mountains.
Israel / Palestine
Dead Sea
Qumran
 The Essenes who lived here wrote the Dead Sea Scrolls.
Israel / Palestine
Dead Sea
Qumran
 Barren landscape close to the Dead Sea.
Israel / Palestine
Dead Sea
Masada
 Masada is a Jewish fortress on a rocky outcrop by the Dead Sea.
Israel / Palestine
Dead Sea
Masada
 Ruins of the Jewish fortress.
Israel / Palestine
Dead Sea
Masada
 The fortress overlooks the Dead Sea and across to Jordan.

All travel photographs © 1973 - 2018 KryssTal

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