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Italy
Ravenna
San Vitale Basilica
 Intricate mosaic flooring.
Italy
Ravenna
San Vitale Basilica
 Marble mosaic.
Italy
Ravenna
San Vitale Basilica
 Figures representing Jerusalem and Bethlehem.
Italy
Ravenna
San Vitale Basilica
 Moses.
Italy
Ravenna
San Vitale Basilica
 The gold mosaics inspired the Austrian painter, Gustav Klimt.
Italy
Ravenna
San Vitale Basilica
 Two of the twelve Apostles.
Italy
Ravenna
San Vitale Basilica
 View of the mosaics on the walls and ceiling.
Italy
Ravenna
San Vitale Basilica
 Mosaic flooring with birds.
Italy
Ravenna
San Vitale Basilica
 Sarcophagus and mosaic floor.
Italy
Ravenna
Mausoleum of Galla Placida
 The lintel above the entrance.
Italy
Ravenna
Mausoleum of Galla Placida
 The interior features Ravenna's oldest mosaics dating from 430.
Italy
Ravenna
Mausoleum of Galla Placida
 Galla Placida was related to Emperor Honorius who constructed many of the city's buildings.
Italy
Ravenna
Mausoleum of Galla Placida
 The mosaics are blue and feature geometric patterns on the ceiling.
Italy
Ravenna
Mausoleum of Galla Placida
 Mosaic of a deer.
Italy
Ravenna
National Museum
 Sarcophagi in the grounds of the complex.
Italy
Ravenna
National Museum
 Boy with dog, a first century statue.
Italy
Ravenna
National Museum
 2nd century statue.
Italy
Ravenna
National Museum
 2nd century statue of Zeus.
Italy
Ravenna
National Museum
 Late 3rd century marble.
Italy
Ravenna
National Museum
 2nd century statue of Hermes.
Italy
Ravenna
National Museum
 Roman relief carving.
Italy
Ravenna
National Museum
 5th century carving from St John the Baptist Church.
Italy
Ravenna
National Museum
 The courtyard of the former monastery.
Italy
Ravenna
National Museum
 Font.
Italy
Ravenna
National Museum
 Carving on a font.
Italy
Ravenna
National Museum
 Marble partition from the 6th century.
Italy
Ravenna
National Museum
 6th century marble.
Italy
Ravenna
National Museum
 Roman jewellry.
Italy
Ravenna
National Museum
 3rd century glass.
Italy
Ravenna
National Museum
 9th century BC bronze axe.
Italy
Ravenna
National Museum
 Column from Constantinople.
Italy
Ravenna
National Museum
 16th century cabinet.
Italy
Ravenna
National Museum
 16th century ivory tusk from Nigeria.
Italy
Ravenna
National Museum
 16th century German carving on bone.
Italy
Ravenna
National Museum
 Bone carvings from Germany.
Italy
Ravenna
National Museum
 18th century Indo-Portuguese carving from Goa.
Italy
Ravenna
National Museum
 15th century carvings from Italy.
Italy
Ravenna
National Museum
 15th century religious carvings on ivory.
Italy
Ravenna
National Museum
 15th century ivory carvings from Italy.
Italy
Ravenna
National Museum
 15th century casket carved from bone.
Italy
Ravenna
National Museum
 6th century marble carving with a religious theme.
Italy
Ravenna
National Museum
 Egyptian cloth (7th century).
Italy
Ravenna
National Museum
 7th century Egyptian cloth.
Italy
Ravenna
National Museum
 Icon depicting the Madonna and Child between two saints by Ioannis Parmeniatis, 16th century.
Italy
Ravenna
National Museum
 "Nursing Madonna" by a 17th century Cretian painter.
Italy
Ravenna
National Museum
 16th century "Nursing Madonna" from a Venetian school.
Italy
Ravenna
National Museum
 17th century "Annunciation" from Cremona.
Italy
Ravenna
National Museum
 5th century carving of "Apollo and Daphne".
Italy
Ravenna
National Museum
 14th century vase from Ravenna.
Italy
Ravenna
National Museum
 Helmet from 1711.
Italy
Ravenna
National Museum
 Pistol from 1750.
Italy
Ravenna
National Museum
 18th century helmet.
Italy
Ravenna
National Museum
 "Adoration of the Magi", a 17th century icon.
Italy
Ravenna
National Museum
 "Madonna and Child with John The Baptist", 17th century.
Italy
Ravenna
National Museum
 "Adoration of the Shepherds", 17th century.
Italy
Ravenna
National Museum
 "Crucifiction with the Virgin Mary and Mary Magdalaine", 17th century.
Italy
Ravenna
National Museum
 Byzantine style painting of the Madonna from the 17th century.
Italy
Ravenna
National Museum
 "George and the Dragon" by Emanuele Tzane, 17th century.
Italy
Ravenna
National Museum
 16th century "Pieta" by a Cretian painter.
Italy
Ravenna
National Museum
 Many of the icons are from the Cretian school.
Italy
Ravenna
National Museum
 Detail of a plate.
Italy
Ravenna
National Museum
 16th century painted plate.
Italy
Ravenna
National Museum
 "Madonna and Child between St Catherine and St Lucy".
Italy
Ravenna
National Museum
 18th century teracotta vessels.
Italy
Ravenna
National Museum
 Part of a gilded leather shield from Ottoman Turkey.
Italy
Ravenna
House of Stone Carpets
 Below the Church of Santa Eufemia is a 14 room Roman palace with mosaics.
Italy
Ravenna
House of Stone Carpets
 The site was discovered in 1993.
Italy
Ravenna
House of Stone Carpets
 "The Dance of the Four Seasons" dates from the 6th century.
Italy
Ravenna
House of Stone Carpets
 The stone carpet of the site's name.
Italy
Ravenna
House of Stone Carpets
 One of the larger rooms.
Italy
Ravenna
House of Stone Carpets
 The mosaics are very well preserved.
Italy
Ravenna
House of Stone Carpets
 Geometric patterns.
Italy
Ravenna
House of Stone Carpets
 One of the 14 rooms with mosaics.
Italy
Ravenna
House of Stone Carpets
 "The Pastor".
Italy
Ravenna
House of Stone Carpets
 Detail of "The Pastor".
Italy
Ravenna
House of Stone Carpets
 Detail of a deer in "The Pastor" mosaic.
Italy
Ravenna
Responi Crypt and Pensili Gardens
 The crypt interior.
Italy
Ravenna
Neoniano Baptistry
 The interior contains a mosaic of Jesus being baptised by John The Baptist.
Italy
Ravenna
Neoniano Baptistry
 Detail of the mosaic showing Jesus being baptised by John The Baptist.
Italy
Ravenna
Neoniano Baptistry
 Detail of the head of Jesus and a dove.
Italy
Ravenna
Neoniano Baptistry
 The baptistry was buiilt over a Roman baths and was originally attached to a church.
Italy
Ravenna
Neoniano Baptistry
 The baptistry is ravenna's oldest intact building.
Italy
Ravenna
Neoniano Baptistry
 The baptistry is a UNESCO World Heritage site.
Italy
Ravenna
Neoniano Baptistry
 The mosaics were added a hundred years after the construction of the building.
Italy
Ravenna
Arcivescovile Museum
 Stone calendar for calculating the dates of Easter.
Italy
Ravenna
Arcivescovile Museum
 Part of an ivory throne carved for Emperor Maximilian by 6th century Byzantine artists.
Italy
Ravenna
Arcivescovile Museum
 The mosaics in San Andrea Chapel.
Italy
Ravenna
Tomb of Dante
 Dante Alighieri was a poet from Florence who was exiled in 1302.
Italy
Ravenna
Tomb of Dante
 Dante died in 1321. The oil in the lamp is provided by the city of Florence.
Italy
Ravenna
Basilica of Apollinare Nuove
 The basilica dates from the 560s.
Italy
Ravenna
Basilica of Apollinare Nuove
 The interior features Byzantine stile columns and an Arab style ceiling.
Italy
Ravenna
Basilica of Apollinare Nuove
 The walls are covered with mosaics.
Italy
Ravenna
Basilica of Apollinare Nuove
 Biblical figures and scenes.
Italy
Ravenna
Basilica of Apollinare Nuove
 White robed virgins making offerings to the Madonna.
Italy
Ravenna
Basilica of Apollinare Nuove
 Detail of the white robed virgins.
Italy
Ravenna
Basilica of Apollinare Nuove
 White robed martyrs.
Italy
Ravenna
Basilica of Apollinare Nuove
 Detail of a martyr.
Italy
Ravenna
Basilica of Apollinare Nuove
 Detail of buildings.
Italy
Ravenna
Mausoleum of Teodorico
 The Mausoleum of Teodorico is one of eight UNESCO World Heritage sites in Ravenna.
Italy
Ravenna
Mausoleum of Teodorico
 The mausoleum dates from 520.

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