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Photos marked as were added from 16 December 2017.


Country
Province
State
Place
Location
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Description
Kosovo
Peja
Pec Monastery
 Icon and clock.
Kosovo
Decani Monastery
 Decani Monastery is set in a forested gorge above the village of Decani.
Kosovo
Decani Monastery
 The monastery dates from 1335.
Kosovo
Decani Monastery
 The monastery buildings.
Kosovo
Decani Monastery
 Stone fountain.
Kosovo
Decani Monastery
 The Western monastery buildings.
Kosovo
Decani Monastery
 The bell tower.
Kosovo
Decani Monastery
 The Northern monastery buildings.
Kosovo
Decani Monastery
 The carved entrance arch of the church.
Kosovo
Decani Monastery
 Detail of the carved entrance arch.
Kosovo
Pristina
 Abandoned Orthodox church in waste ground.
Kosovo
Pristina
Nene Tereza
 The head of Skanderbej who fought the Turks in the 15th century.
Kosovo
Pristina
Kosovo Museum
 Traditional furniture.
Kosovo
Pristina
Kosovo Museum
 Hairpins.
Kosovo
Pristina
Kosovo Museum
 Hat mould.
Kosovo
Pristina
Kosovo Museum
 Kitchenware.
Kosovo
Pristina
Kosovo Museum
 Musical instruments.
Kosovo
Pristina
Kosovo Museum
 Newspaper covering the Kosovo war of independence from Serbia.
Kosovo
Pristina
Kosovo Museum
 War parafanalia.
Kosovo
Pristina
Kosovo Museum
 Pro USA newspaper headline during the NATO bombing of Serbia.
Kosovo
Pristina
Ethnographic Museum
 The larger of two Ottoman houses comprising the museum.
Kosovo
Pristina
Ethnographic Museum
 A group sitting by one of the museum buildings.
Kosovo
Pristina
Ethnographic Museum
 Part of the smaller of two Ottoman houses comprising the museum.
Kosovo
Pristina
Ethnographic Museum
 Large pair of rooms in the centre of the large house.
Kosovo
Pristina
Ethnographic Museum
 Clothing iron.
Kosovo
Pristina
Ethnographic Museum
 Sitting room.
Kosovo
Pristina
Ethnographic Museum
 Container for burning scented wood used by smokers.
Kosovo
Pristina
Ethnographic Museum
 Wooden door and carved alcoves.
Kosovo
Pristina
Ethnographic Museum
 Coffee jezve, an example of Turkish influence.
Kosovo
Pristina
Ethnographic Museum
 A collection of stringed musical instruments.
Kosovo
Pristina
Ethnographic Museum
 Typical Ottoman room.
Kosovo
Pristina
Ethnographic Museum
 Carved wooden archway.
Kosovo
Pristina
Ethnographic Museum
 Wooden flask.
Kosovo
Pristina
Ethnographic Museum
 Weaving machine.
Kosovo
Pristina
Ethnographic Museum
 Jewellry made from Ottoman coins.
Kosovo
Pristina
Ethnographic Museum
 Traditional Kosovar costume for women.
Kosovo
Pristina
Ethnographic Museum
 Kosovar skirt.
Kosovo
Pristina
Ethnographic Museum
 Jewellry.
Kosovo
Pristina
Ethnographic Museum
 Carved wooden table top.
Kosovo
Pristina
Ethnographic Museum
 Balkan bagpipes.
Kosovo
Pristina
Ethnographic Museum
 The kitchen is in the smaller of the two Ottoman houses making up the museum.
Kosovo
Pristina
Ethnographic Museum
 Kitchen furniture.
Kosovo
Pristina
Ethnographic Museum
 Kitchen hearth with cooking pot.
Kosovo
Pristina
Ethnographic Museum
 Animal carved on the top of a stringed instrument.
Kosovo
Pristina
Ethnographic Museum
 Belt buckles.
Kosovo
Pristina
Ethnographic Museum
 Wooden panelling insulates the rooms.
Kosovo
Pristina
Ethnographic Museum
 Percussion instruments.
Kosovo
Pristina
Ethnographic Museum
 Room for meetings.
Kosovo
Pristina
Ethnographic Museum
 Pottery and glassware.
Kosovo
Pristina
Ethnographic Museum
 A patterened rug known as a kilim.
Kosovo
Pristina
Ethnographic Museum
 Metalware.
Kosovo
Pristina
Ethnographic Museum
 Ornaments made from bead and metal.
Kosovo
West Kosovo
 Albanian cemetary at Decani village.
Kyrgyzstan
Karakol
Central Mosque
 Detail from the mosque, built in 1910.
Kyrgyzstan
Karakol
Przewalski Museum
 A portrait of Nikolai Przewalski, a Russian exploer of Tibet and Central Asia between 1870 and 1885.
Kyrgyzstan
Karakol
Przewalski Museum
 Mongolian abacus.
Kyrgyzstan
Karakol
Przewalski Museum
 Drawing of Tibetan clothing.
Kyrgyzstan
Karakol
Przewalski Museum
 Central Asian Bactrian camel.
Kyrgyzstan
Karakol
Przewalski Museum
 A Kyrgyz yurt, a nomadic tent.
Latvia
Riga
Old Town
 Riga Castle dates from 1330 and is at the heart of the old city.
Latvia
Riga
Old Town
 Bastion from Riga Castle.
Latvia
Riga
Old Town
 The oldest house in Latvia is one of the 15th century Three Brothers.
Latvia
Riga
Old Town
 The red brick St Jacob's Cathedral dates from 1225.
Latvia
Riga
Old Town
 Part of old Riga's city walls.
Latvia
Riga
Old Town
 The 1330 merchants' meeting room in the Great Guild.
Latvia
Riga
Old Town
 Stained glass window showing a merchant in the Great Guild.
Latvia
Sigulda
 The Sigulda Church dates from 1225.
Latvia
Sigulda
 The 19th century New Sigulda Castle was built by a Russian prince.
Latvia
Sigulda
 Gate and watchtower at the Knights' Stronghold.
Latvia
Sigulda
 The ruins of the Knights' Stronghold (built 1226) at Sigulda.
Latvia
Sigulda
 Detail of windows at the Knights' Stronghold.
Latvia
Sigulda
 The red Turaida Castle (1214) is set in the forested Gauja Valley.
Lebanon
Beirut
American University of Beirut
Museum
 Iron age chariot.
Lebanon
Beirut
American University of Beirut
Museum
 Glassware from the late Roman period.
Lebanon
Beirut
American University of Beirut
Museum
 The Phoenicians are famous for the purple dye made from murex shells.
Lebanon
Beirut
American University of Beirut
Museum
 Murex shells used by the Phoenicians for making purple dye.
Lebanon
Beirut
American University of Beirut
Museum
 Phoenician clay shine for a fertility goddess, c1000 BC.
Lebanon
Beirut
American University of Beirut
Museum
 Phoenician bowls used in ceremonies, 9th century BC.
Lebanon
Beirut
American University of Beirut
Museum
 Phoenician multicoloured eye beads made from glass, 5th century BC.
Lebanon
Beirut
American University of Beirut
Museum
 Copy of the original Phoenician alphabet.
Lebanon
Beirut
American University of Beirut
Museum
 Sumerian pre-alphabetic cuniform tablet c2040 BC.
Lebanon
Beirut
American University of Beirut
Museum
 Pottery with animal figures.
Lebanon
Beirut
Downtown
 The foundations of Roman Beirut.
Lebanon
Beirut
Downtown
 The Roman market.
Lebanon
Beirut
Downtown
 Roman inn.
Lebanon
Beirut
Downtown
 Bullet holes in the Martyr's Square Monument.
Lebanon
Beirut
Downtown
 Zawiye ibn Iraq is a Mamluk shrine dating from 1517.
Lebanon
Beirut
Sursock Museum
 "Mother of Pearl Horse" by Juliana Seraphim (1974).
Lebanon
Beirut
Sursock Museum
 "Vision" by Arwa Seifaddine (2006).
Lebanon
Beirut
Sursock Museum
 "The Three Mounria" (1996) by Flavia Codsi.
Lebanon
Beirut
Sursock Museum
 "Mimosas" by Rima Amyusi (1994).
Lebanon
Beirut
Sursock Museum
 "Who's Going to Talk for Them, Bird" by Krikor Agopian, 1993.
Lebanon
Beirut
Sursock Museum
 "Gigantism" by Willy Aractingi (1998).
Lebanon
Beirut
Sursock Museum
 "Golden Landscape" by Assadour (1996).
Lebanon
Beirut
Sursock Museum
 "Trees" by Samia Jumblatt (1999).
Lebanon
Beirut
Sursock Museum
 "Visitors to a Hospital" (1984) by George Nadra.
Lebanon
Beirut
Sursock Museum
 "The Phoenician Women" by Jean Khalife, 1972.
Lebanon
Beirut
Sursock Museum
 "Portrait of Boutros Daghe" (1907) by Khalil Sellibi.
Lebanon
Beirut
Sursock Museum
 Untitled nude from 1924 by George Sabbagh.
Lebanon
Beirut
Sursock Museum
 The artist's house (1942) by Omar Onsi.

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