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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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Italy
Sicily
Agrigento
Valley of the Temples
 Detail of the decoration on the Temple of Concordia.
Italy
Sicily
Agrigento
Valley of the Temples
 The Temple of Concordia was converted to a Christian church in the 6th century AD.
Italy
Sicily
Agrigento
Valley of the Temples
 Agrigento from the Temple of Concordia.
Italy
Sicily
Agrigento
Valley of the Temples
 Bronze statue at the Temple of Concordia by Igor Mitoraj.
Italy
Sicily
Agrigento
Valley of the Temples
 Genitals of a bronze statue at the Temple of Concordia.
Italy
Sicily
Agrigento
Valley of the Temples
 Nearby farmhouses from the Temple of Concordia.
Italy
Sicily
Agrigento
Valley of the Temples
 The temples are actually set on a ridge.
Italy
Sicily
Agrigento
Valley of the Temples
 The fortifications of the ancient city.
Italy
Sicily
Agrigento
Valley of the Temples
 View from the city walls.
Italy
Sicily
Agrigento
Valley of the Temples
 Fossil shellfish in the limestone.
Italy
Sicily
Agrigento
Valley of the Temples
 The Temple of Juno from below.
Italy
Sicily
Agrigento
Valley of the Temples
 The Temple of Juno is the most Easterly of the temples.
Italy
Sicily
Agrigento
Valley of the Temples
 Doric columns at the Temple of Juno.
Italy
Sicily
Agrigento
Valley of the Temples
 Scenery around the Temple of Juno.
Italy
Sicily
Agrigento
Valley of the Temples
 The Western group of temples.
Italy
Sicily
Agrigento
Valley of the Temples
 Ruins of the Temple of Jupiter, begun in 480 BC.
Italy
Sicily
Agrigento
Valley of the Temples
 The Temple of Jupiter was never completed due to an invasion from Carthage in 406 BC.
Italy
Sicily
Agrigento
Valley of the Temples
 Temple of Castor and Pollux.
Italy
Sicily
Agrigento
Archeological Museum
 The Oratorio of Falaride was the meeting place for elders in the 3rd century BC.
Italy
Sicily
Agrigento
Archeological Museum
 The Oratorio of Falirade was converted to a Christian chapel.
Italy
Sicily
Agrigento
Archeological Museum
 One of a pair of rings found in the tombs in the Valley of the Temples.
Italy
Sicily
Agrigento
Archeological Museum
 Dyonisus and Hephaistos (6th Centry BC).
Italy
Sicily
Agrigento
Archeological Museum
 Mycenean three handled jug from 14th Century BC.
Italy
Sicily
Agrigento
Archeological Museum
 Burial item from the 7th Century BC.
Italy
Sicily
Agrigento
Archeological Museum
 Gold jewellry from the 3rd Century BC.
Italy
Sicily
Agrigento
Archeological Museum
 Lion and lioness attacking a bull from 6th Century BC.
Italy
Sicily
Agrigento
Archeological Museum
 7th Century BC Corinthian pot.
Italy
Sicily
Agrigento
Archeological Museum
 Bowl with treskeles, three legged symbol.
Italy
Sicily
Agrigento
Archeological Museum
 Minoan helmet.
Italy
Sicily
Agrigento
Archeological Museum
 Item from 220 BC.
Italy
Sicily
Agrigento
Archeological Museum
 Sarcophagus decorated with Eros and Psyche.
Italy
Sicily
Agrigento
Archeological Museum
 Painted urn from 440 BC.
Italy
Sicily
Agrigento
Archeological Museum
 Fragment from a 6th Century BC statue.
Italy
Sicily
Agrigento
Archeological Museum
 Carvings made from 5th Century BC soft stone.
Italy
Sicily
Agrigento
Archeological Museum
 Reconstruction of a 6th Century BC Telamone recovered from the Temple of Jupiter.
Italy
Sicily
Agrigento
Archeological Museum
 Black urn found in a tomb.
Italy
Sicily
Agrigento
Archeological Museum
 6th Century BC Ionic bust of a female.
Italy
Sicily
Agrigento
Archeological Museum
 Front of a sarcophagus made in the 3rd Century AD.
Italy
Sicily
Agrigento
Archeological Museum
 5th Century BC sacrificial bowl.
Italy
Sicily
Agrigento
Archeological Museum
 A woman with a burning torch from 440 BC.
Italy
Sicily
Agrigento
Archeological Museum
 Silver coins.
Italy
Sicily
Agrigento
Archeological Museum
 4th Century BC thin jug.
Italy
Sicily
Agrigento
Archeological Museum
 2nd Century BC white marble statue of Aphrodite bathing.
Italy
Sicily
Agrigento
Archeological Museum
 Pedestal basin from 15th Century BC.
Italy
Sicily
Agrigento
Archeological Museum
 7th Century BC Cypriot-Phonoecian gold cup with bovine figures.
Italy
Vesuvius
Pompeii
 The ruins of Pompeii, a Roman city destroyed by an eruption from Vesuvius (in the background) in 79AD.
Italy
Vesuvius
Pompeii
 The ruins are well preserved after being covered with ash.
Italy
Vesuvius
Pompeii
 Cobbled street with pavement.
Italy
Vesuvius
Pompeii
 Shops.
Italy
Vesuvius
Pompeii
 Patios.
Italy
Vesuvius
Pompeii
 Pompeii street with houses and shops.
Italy
Vesuvius
Pompeii
 Petrified victim from the 79AD eruption.
Italy
Vesuvius
Pompeii
 The worlds oldest known amphitheatre (80 BC). Mount Vesuvius is in the background.
Italy
Vesuvius
Pompeii
 The Forum baths with a marble basin.
Italy
Vesuvius
Pompeii
 Roman villa.
Italy
Vesuvius
Pompeii
 Interior of a villa.
Italy
Vesuvius
Pompeii
 Interior mural.
Italy
Vesuvius
Pompeii
 Kitchen utensils.
Italy
Vesuvius
Pompeii
 A wealthy family's house.
Italy
Vesuvius
Pompeii
 Horse trough.
Italy
Vesuvius
Pompeii
 Bakery.
Italy
Vesuvius
Pompeii
 Oven in the bakery.
Italy
Vesuvius
Pompeii
 A large villa and its cloistered grounds.
Italy
Vesuvius
Pompeii
 Hunting and animal mural.
Italy
Milan
Piazza Duomo
Duomo
 The Gothic interior.
Italy
Milan
Piazza Duomo
Duomo
 Confessional.
Italy
Milan
Piazza Duomo
Duomo
 Roman style sculptures.
Italy
Milan
Piazza Duomo
Duomo
 The pulpit.
Italy
Milan
Piazza Duomo
Duomo
 A pair of enormous stained glass windows.
Italy
Milan
Piazza Duomo
Duomo
 Detail of some of the over 100 small story panels on a single window.
Italy
Milan
Piazza Duomo
Duomo
 The Madonnina, protector of Milan.
Italy
Milan
Piazza Duomo
Duomo
 Tombs of the Medicis.
Italy
Milan
Piazza Duomo
Duomo
 Sarcophagus.
Italy
Milan
Piazza Duomo
Duomo
 View looking upwards.
Italy
Milan
Piazza Duomo
Duomo
 The high ceiling.
Italy
Milan
Piazza Duomo
 The Arengario was used by Benito Mussolini to speak to crowds in the piazza.
Italy
Milan
Novocento Museum
 "A Bottle of Bass" by Pablo Picasso, 1914.
Italy
Milan
Novocento Museum
 Detail of the 1914 painting, "A Bottle of Bass" by Picasso.
Italy
Milan
Novocento Museum
 "Madam Virginia" by Umberto Boccioni from 1905.
Italy
Milan
Novocento Museum
 "Elasticity" by Umberto Boccioni from 1912.
Italy
Milan
Novocento Museum
 "States of Mind, Those Who Stay" by Umberto Boccioni from 1911.
Italy
Milan
Novocento Museum
 "Unique Forms of Continuity in Space", a bronze statue by Umberto Boccioni, cast in 1931.
Italy
Milan
Novocento Museum
 "The Drinker" by Umberto Boccioni from 1914.
Italy
Milan
Novocento Museum
 "Lighthouse at Westkapelle" by Piet Mondrian.
Italy
Milan
Novocento Museum
 "Composition" by Vassily Kandinsky from 1916.
Italy
Milan
Novocento Museum
 "Wald Bau" by Paul Klee from 1919.
Italy
Milan
Novocento Museum
 "Odalisque" by Henri Matisse, 1925.
Italy
Milan
Novocento Museum
 "The Motor Bus" by Gino Severini, 1913.
Italy
Milan
Novocento Museum
 "Waving (Patriotic Demonstration)" by Giacomo Balla (1915).
Italy
Milan
Novocento Museum
 "Constellations of Genius" by Giacomo Balla (1918).
Italy
Milan
Novocento Museum
 "Laughing Sweeper" by Giacomo Balla (1918).
Italy
Milan
Novocento Museum
 "The Red Knight" by Carlo Carra (1913).
Italy
Milan
Novocento Museum
 "Bottle and Glass Bottle and Newspaper" by Ardengo Soffici, 1915.
Italy
Milan
Novocento Museum
 "Man Getting off a Tram", Archille Funi from 1914.
Italy
Milan
Novocento Museum
 "Landscape" by Georgio Morandi (1913).
Italy
Milan
Novocento Museum
 "Still Life" by Georgio Morandi (1946).
Italy
Milan
Novocento Museum
 "Still Life With Ball" by Georgio Morandi (1918).
Italy
Milan
Novocento Museum
 "Still Life" by Georgio Morandi (1929).
Italy
Milan
Novocento Museum
 "Landscape (Villa Rosa)" by Georgio Morandi (1932).
Italy
Milan
Novocento Museum
 "Battle (Gladiators)" by Giorgio de Chirico, 1929.

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