Achim

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MetroBus, camello (camels) downtown Havana, Cuba
Voir la photo 63422
Catamaran on Cayo Largo del Sur or Cayo Largo, Cuba's Canarreos Archipelago in the Caribbean Sea
Voir la photo 34917
Town Hall of Cienfuego. Cienfuego is built on an inland harbor connected to the Caribbean by a long channel. The outer shore alternates between rocky promontories and white sand beaches. Off shore from the beaches you can snorkel and swim out to reefs. A fort to protect the city from pirates guards the channel to Cienfuego.
Voir la photo 33179
In 1903 the Swimming Hall was built in art noveau style. Restoration in 2007. Darmstadt, Hesse, Germany.
Voir la photo 12437
Church St. Josef built in 1911. 1993 the tower was added - Darmstadt
Voir la photo 11348
Old Forstmeister building built in 1709 by Earl Ludwig VII, Darmstadt in the Bundesland (federal state) of Hesse in Germany
Voir la photo 9430
St. Elisabeth Church in the centre of Darmstadt. Construction begins on 4th Oct. 1903 and it takes two years.
Voir la photo 10327
Old Zeppelin Hall in Darmstadt, today a multi-storey car park - Germany
Voir la photo 9818
Old building at the Paulus quarter in Darmstadt, founded by the Counts of Katzenelnbogen in 1330
Voir la photo 8702
A hospital built in the 18th century in Darmstadt, Bundesland (federal state) of Hesse in Germany
Voir la photo 9664
Old School in Lichtenberg, belonging to Fischbachtal in Hesse, Germany
Voir la photo 9117
Castle Lichtenberg (Schloß Lichtenberg), Fischbachtal, southern Hesse (Germany) in the district Darmstadt-Dieburg
Voir la photo 8393
Reichelsheim Castel or Castel of Reichelsheim built in the 13th century, Reichelsheim, Germany
Voir la photo 8143
The outer wall measures 1km east-west and 650m north-south, certainly big enough to accomodate the 12,640 people mentioned in the temple's inscription. Within, another wall 250m x 220m marks the fourth enclosure (numbered, as usual with Khmer temples, from centre outwards). Similiar proportions are repeated at Preah Khan and Banteay Kdei, which were built at about the same time.
Voir la photo 26101
Ta Prohm (តាព្រហ្ម) - the trees that have grown intertwined among the ruins are especially responsible for Ta Prohm's athmosphere, and have promted more writers to descriptive excess than any other feature of Angkor. There are two species: the larger is the silk-cotton tree distinguished by its thick, pale brown roots with a knobbly texture, the smaller is the strangler fig, with a greater mass of thinner, smoother grey roots. Angkor, Cambodia (កម្ពុជា)
Voir la photo 30835
This was the temple chosen by the Ecole Francaise d'Extreme-Orient to be left in its natural state, as an example of how most of Angkor looked on its discovery in the 19th century. This was an inspired decision, and involved a significant amount of work to prevent further collapse and enough clearing of vegetaton to allow entry. It has been maintained in this condition of apparent neglect. All in all, Ta Prohm has the romantic appeal of, say, a Piranesi ruin: partly overgrown and gently declining.
Voir la photo 20585
Ta Prohm (តាព្រហ្ម) - One of the major temples of Jayavarman VII - in fact a temple monastery - Ta Phrom features a set of concentric galleries with corner towers and 'gopuras', but with many other additional buildings and enclosures. The complexity of its layout is increased by its partly collapsed state, with trees interlaced among the ruins. According to its stele, which until recently was 'in situ', the principal divinities of Ta Prohm were installed in 1186 to transfer merit to the king's mother.
Voir la photo 24822