• Rievaulx Abbey cloister pillars & arches. North Yorkshire, England
  • Rievaulx Abbey. North Yorkshire, England
  • Rievaulx Abbey main aisle arches and windows. North Yorkshire, England
  • Rievaulx Abbey main aisle arches and windows. North Yorkshire, England
  • Rievaulx Abbey main aisle arches and windows. North Yorkshire, England
  • Rievaulx Abbey main aisle arches and windows. North Yorkshire, England
  • Rievaulx Abbey main aisle arches and windows. North Yorkshire, England
  • Rievaulx Abbey main aisle arches and windows. North Yorkshire, England
  • Rievaulx Abbey main aisle arches and windows. North Yorkshire, England
  • Rievaulx Abbey main aisle arches and windows. North Yorkshire, England
  • Rievaulx Abbey main aisle arches and windows. North Yorkshire, England
  • Rievaulx Abbey main aisle arches and windows. North Yorkshire, England
  • Rievaulx Abbey main aisle arches and windows. North Yorkshire, England
  • Rievaulx Abbey main aisle arches and windows. North Yorkshire, England
  • Rievaulx Abbey main aisle arches and windows. North Yorkshire, England
  • Rievaulx Abbey main aisle arches and windows. North Yorkshire, England
  • Rievaulx Abbey main aisle arches and windows. North Yorkshire, England
  • Rievaulx Abbey main aisle arches and windows. North Yorkshire, England
  • Rievaulx Abbey main aisle arches and windows. North Yorkshire, England
  • Rievaulx Abbey main aisle arches and windows. North Yorkshire, England
  • Rievaulx Abbey main aisle arches and windows. North Yorkshire, England
  • Rievaulx Abbey main aisle arches and windows. North Yorkshire, England
  • Rievaulx Abbey main aisle arches and windows. North Yorkshire, England
  • Rievaulx Abbey main aisle arches and windows. North Yorkshire, England
  • Rievaulx Abbey main aisle arches and windows. North Yorkshire, England
  • Rievaulx Abbey main aisle arches and windows. North Yorkshire, England
  • Rievaulx Abbey main aisle arches and windows. North Yorkshire, England
  • Rievaulx Abbey main aisle arches and windows. North Yorkshire, England
  • Rievaulx Abbey main aisle arches and windows. North Yorkshire, England
  • Rievaulx Abbey main aisle arches and windows. North Yorkshire, England
  • Rievaulx Abbey main aisle arches and windows. North Yorkshire, England
  • Rievaulx Abbey looking through a doorway from the church. North Yorkshire, England
  • Rievaulx Abbey main aisle arches and windows. North Yorkshire, England
  • Rievaulx Abbey main aisle arches and windows. North Yorkshire, England
  • Rievaulx Abbey main aisle arches and windows. North Yorkshire, England
  • Rievaulx Abbey main aisle arches and windows. North Yorkshire, England
  • Rievaulx Abbey main aisle arches and windows. North Yorkshire, England
  • Rievaulx Abbey main aisle arches and windows. North Yorkshire, England
  • Rievaulx Abbey main aisle arches and windows. North Yorkshire, England
  • Rievaulx Abbey main aisle arches and windows. North Yorkshire, England
  • Rievaulx Abbey main aisle arches and windows. North Yorkshire, England
  • Rievaulx Abbey main church, side view. North Yorkshire, England
  • Rievaulx Abbey main church, side view. North Yorkshire, England
  • Rievaulx Abbey main church, side view.North Yorkshire, England
  • Rievaulx Abbey main church, side view.North Yorkshire, England
  • Rievaulx Abbey main church.North Yorkshire, England
  • Rievaulx Abbey. North Yorkshire, England
  • Rievaulx Abbey. North Yorkshire, England
  • Rievaulx Abbey. North Yorkshire, England
  • Rievaulx Abbey main aisle arches and windows. North Yorkshire, England
  • Rievaulx Abbey main aisle arches and windows. North Yorkshire, England
  • Rievaulx Abbey main aisle arches and windows. North Yorkshire, England
  • Rievaulx Abbey main aisle arches and windows. North Yorkshire, England
  • Rievaulx Abbey main aisle arches and windows. North Yorkshire, England
  • Rievaulx Abbey main aisle arches and windows. North Yorkshire, England
  • Rievaulx Abbey main aisle arches and windows. North Yorkshire, England
  • Rievaulx Abbey main aisle arches and windows. North Yorkshire, England
  • Rievaulx Abbey main aisle arches and windows. North Yorkshire, England
  • Rievaulx Abbey main aisle arches and windows. North Yorkshire, England
  • Rievaulx Abbey main aisle arches and windows. North Yorkshire, England
  • Rievaulx Abbey main aisle arches and windows. North Yorkshire, England
  • Rievaulx Abbey main aisle arches and windows. North Yorkshire, England
  • Rievaulx Abbey main aisle arches, side view. North Yorkshire, England
  • Rievaulx Abbey main aisle arches, side view. North Yorkshire, England
  • Rievaulx Abbey main church, side view.North Yorkshire, England
  • Rievaulx Abbey main church.North Yorkshire, England
  • Rievaulx Abbey main church.North Yorkshire, England
  • Mont Saint-Michel at low tide- Brittany - France
  • Mont Saint-Michel - Brittany - France
  • Mont Saint-Michel - In Dawn Mist  - Brittany - France
  • Mont Saint-Michel at low tide- Brittany - France
  • Saint Aubert's Chapel - Mont Saint-Michel - Brittany - France
  • Mont Saint-Michel at low tide- Brittany - France
  • Mont Saint-Michel Abbey - Brittany - France
  • Mont Saint-Michel at low tide- Brittany - France
  • Mont Saint-Michel - Panorama at kow tide - Brittany - France
  • Mont Saint-Michel at low tide- Brittany - France
  • Mont Saint-Michel at low tide- Brittany - France
  • Mont Saint-Michel at sunset - Brittany - France
  • Mont Saint-Michel - In Dawn Mist  - Brittany - France
  • Mont Saint-Michel - Panorama at kow tide - Brittany - France
  • Mont Saint-Michel- Hatloft & Gabriel Fort - Brittany - France
  • Mont Saint-Michel - At night - Brittany - France
  • Mont Saint-Michel - Brittany - France
  • Mont Saint-Michel - Brittany - France
  • Mont Saint-Michel - Houses & Abbey - Brittany - France
  • Mont Saint-Michel - Houses & Abbey - Brittany - France
  • Mont Saint-Michel - Abbey Tower - Brittany - France
  • Mont Saint-Michel - Houses & Abbey - Brittany - France
  • Mont Saint-Michel - Houses & Abbey - Brittany - France
  • Mont Saint-Michel - Houses & Abbey - Brittany - France
  • Mont Saint-Michel - Houses & Abbey - Brittany - France
  • Mont Saint-Michel - Houses & Abbey - Brittany - France
  • Mont Saint-Michel - Main Street- Brittany - France
  • Mont Saint-Michel - Main Street- Brittany - France
  • Mont Saint-Michel - Town Wall and main Street - Brittany - France
  • Mont Saint-Michel - Town Wall and main Street - Brittany - France
  • Mont Saint-Michel - Town Wall and main Street - Brittany - France
  • Mont Saint-Michel -  EWood Tiled Roof - Brittany - France
  • Mont Saint-Michel- Town Walls- Brittany - France
  • Mont Saint-Michel - Post Office & Abbey - Brittany - France
  • Mont Saint-Michel Town Walls - Brittany - France
  • Mont Saint-Michel Town Walls - Brittany - France
  • Mont Saint-Michel Town Walls - Brittany - France
  • Mont Saint-Michel - Brittany - France
  • Mont Saint-Michel at low tide- Brittany - France
  • Mont Saint-Michel at low tide with Saint Auberts Chapel and Gabriel's Tower- Brittany - France
  • Saint Aubert's Chapel - Mont Saint-Michel - Brittany - France
  • Saint Aubert's Chapel - Mont Saint-Michel - Brittany - France
  • Saint Aubert's Chapel - Mont Saint-Michel - Brittany - France
  • Mont Saint-Michel at low tide- Brittany - France
  • Mont Saint-Michel at low tide- Brittany - France
  • Mont Saint-Michel wall and abbey - Brittany - France
  • Mont Saint-Michel wall at high tide - Gabriel Tower & Hayloft  - Brittany - France
  • Mont Saint-Michel at High Tide - Brittany - France
  • Mont Saint-Michel at low tide- Brittany - France
  • Mont Saint-Michel - Abbey Lift Winch Wheel - Brittany - France
  • Basilica Santa Croce - Facade - Florence Italy.
  • Basilica Santa Croce - Facade - Florence Italy.
  • Basilica Santa Croce - Facade - Florence Italy.
  • Basilica Santa Croce - Facade - Florence Italy.
  • Basilica Santa Croce - Facade - Florence Italy.
  • Basilica Santa Croce - Facade - Florence Italy.
  • Benedictine Abbey and Church on Lake Balaton.  Tihany Balaton Hungary
  • Benedictine Abbey and Church on Lake Balaton.  Tihany Balaton Hungary
  • Benedictine Abbey and Church on Lake Balaton.  Tihany Balaton Hungary
  • Basilica Santa Croce - Detail of statues over door- Florence Italy.
  • Basilica Santa Croce - Facade - Florence Italy.
  • Basilica Santa Croce - Facade - Florence Italy.
  • Basilica Santa Croce - Facade - Florence Italy.
  • Basilica Santa Croce - Detail Of Door - Florence Italy.
  • Cathederal - Detail of the facade. Piazza del Duomo, Sienna Italy
  • Basilica Santa Croce - Detail Of Door - Florence Italy.
  • Basilica Santa Croce - Detail Of Door - Florence Italy.
  • Basilica Santa Croce - Detail Of Door - Florence Italy.
  • Basilica Santa Croce - Facade - Florence Italy.
  • Basilica Santa Croce - Detail Of Door - Florence Italy.
  • Basilica Santa Croce - Detail Of Door - Florence Italy.
  • Pictures & images of interior cave rooms of Aynali Kilise (Church) a cave church complex, iconoclastic period (725-842), near Goreme, Cappadocia, Nevsehir, Turkey.<br />
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The picture shows rooms in cave gallery above the church below. The small niches in the walls wre cut after the monastery closed for pigeons to nest in. On the back wall is a small low tunnel which leads to an inner room which would have been the final defensive retreat from the maonatery monks in times of danger.
  • Pictures & images of interior cave rooms of Aynali Kilise (Church) a cave church complex, iconoclastic period (725-842), near Goreme, Cappadocia, Nevsehir, Turkey.<br />
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The picture shows rooms in cave gallery above the church below. The small niches in the walls wre cut after the monastery closed for pigeons to nest in. On the back wall is a small low tunnel which leads to an inner room which would have been the final defensive retreat from the maonatery monks in times of danger.
  • Picture & image of the track leading to David Gareja Georgian Orthodox monastery, Mount Gareja, Kakheti Region, Georgia (country). 25 km (15 miles) from Gardabani<br />
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Founded in the 6th century by David (St. David Garejeli), one of the  thirteen Assyrian monks who built monasteries throughout Georgia. The 24 plus monasteries of David Gareja are spread out over a huge area of the arid Mount Gareja ridge, with small cells and chapels cut into cliff faces.
  • Picture & image of Georgian orthodox cross in the brickwork of  David Gareja Georgian Orthodox monastery, Mount Gareja, Kakheti Region, Georgia (country)<br />
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Founded in the 6th century by David (St. David Garejeli), one of the  thirteen Assyrian monks who built monasteries throughout Georgia. The monastery is spread out over a huge area of the arid Mount Gareja, with small cells and chapels cut into cliff faces.
  • Close up picture & image of bas reliefs of the main entrance to David Gareja Georgian Orthodox monastery, Mount Gareja, Kakheti Region, Georgia (country)<br />
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Founded in the 6th century by David (St. David Garejeli), one of the  thirteen Assyrian monks who built monasteries throughout Georgia. The monastery is spread out over a huge area of the arid Mount Gareja, with small cells and chapels cut into cliff faces.
  • Close up picture & image of bas reliefs of the main entrance to David Gareja Georgian Orthodox monastery, Mount Gareja, Kakheti Region, Georgia (country)<br />
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Founded in the 6th century by David (St. David Garejeli), one of the  thirteen Assyrian monks who built monasteries throughout Georgia. The monastery is spread out over a huge area of the arid Mount Gareja, with small cells and chapels cut into cliff faces.
  • Close up picture & image of bas reliefs of the main entrance to David Gareja Georgian Orthodox monastery, Mount Gareja, Kakheti Region, Georgia (country)<br />
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Founded in the 6th century by David (St. David Garejeli), one of the  thirteen Assyrian monks who built monasteries throughout Georgia. The monastery is spread out over a huge area of the arid Mount Gareja, with small cells and chapels cut into cliff faces.
  • Close up picture & image of a Georgian inscription on the main entrance to David Gareja Georgian Orthodox monastery, Mount Gareja, Kakheti Region, Georgia (country)<br />
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Founded in the 6th century by David (St. David Garejeli), one of the  thirteen Assyrian monks who built monasteries throughout Georgia. The monastery is spread out over a huge area of the arid Mount Gareja, with small cells and chapels cut into cliff faces.
  • Close up picture & image of bas reliefs of the main entrance to David Gareja Georgian Orthodox monastery, Mount Gareja, Kakheti Region, Georgia (country)<br />
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Founded in the 6th century by David (St. David Garejeli), one of the  thirteen Assyrian monks who built monasteries throughout Georgia. The monastery is spread out over a huge area of the arid Mount Gareja, with small cells and chapels cut into cliff faces.
  • Close up picture & image of bas reliefs of the main entrance to David Gareja Georgian Orthodox monastery, Mount Gareja, Kakheti Region, Georgia (country)<br />
<br />
Founded in the 6th century by David (St. David Garejeli), one of the  thirteen Assyrian monks who built monasteries throughout Georgia. The monastery is spread out over a huge area of the arid Mount Gareja, with small cells and chapels cut into cliff faces.
  • Close up picture & image of bas reliefs of the main entrance to David Gareja Georgian Orthodox monastery, Mount Gareja, Kakheti Region, Georgia (country)<br />
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Founded in the 6th century by David (St. David Garejeli), one of the  thirteen Assyrian monks who built monasteries throughout Georgia. The monastery is spread out over a huge area of the arid Mount Gareja, with small cells and chapels cut into cliff faces.
  • Close up picture & image of a Georgian inscription on the main entrance to David Gareja Georgian Orthodox monastery, Mount Gareja, Kakheti Region, Georgia (country)<br />
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Founded in the 6th century by David (St. David Garejeli), one of the  thirteen Assyrian monks who built monasteries throughout Georgia. The monastery is spread out over a huge area of the arid Mount Gareja, with small cells and chapels cut into cliff faces
  • Close up picture & image of bas reliefs of the main entrance to David Gareja Georgian Orthodox monastery, Mount Gareja, Kakheti Region, Georgia (country)<br />
<br />
Founded in the 6th century by David (St. David Garejeli), one of the  thirteen Assyrian monks who built monasteries throughout Georgia. The monastery is spread out over a huge area of the arid Mount Gareja, with small cells and chapels cut into cliff faces.
  • Close up picture & image of bas reliefs of the main entrance to David Gareja Georgian Orthodox monastery, Mount Gareja, Kakheti Region, Georgia (country)<br />
<br />
Founded in the 6th century by David (St. David Garejeli), one of the  thirteen Assyrian monks who built monasteries throughout Georgia. The monastery is spread out over a huge area of the arid Mount Gareja, with small cells and chapels cut into cliff faces.
  • Picture & image of interior of church, David Gareja Georgian Orthodox monastery, Mount Gareja, Kakheti Region, Georgia (country)<br />
<br />
Founded in the 6th century by David (St. David Garejeli), one of the  thirteen Assyrian monks who built monasteries throughout Georgia. The monastery is spread out over a huge area of the arid Mount Gareja, with small cells and chapels cut into cliff faces.
  • Picture & image of main gate house of David Gareja Georgian Orthodox monastery, Mount Gareja, Kakheti Region, Georgia (country). 25 km (15 miles) from Gardabani<br />
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Founded in the 6th century by David (St. David Garejeli), one of the  thirteen Assyrian monks who built monasteries throughout Georgia. The 24 plus monasteries of David Gareja are spread out over a huge area of the arid Mount Gareja ridge, with small cells and chapels cut into cliff faces.
  • Picture & image of interior of church, David Gareja Georgian Orthodox monastery, Mount Gareja, Kakheti Region, Georgia (country)<br />
<br />
Founded in the 6th century by David (St. David Garejeli), one of the  thirteen Assyrian monks who built monasteries throughout Georgia. The monastery is spread out over a huge area of the arid Mount Gareja, with small cells and chapels cut into cliff faces.
  • Picture & image of main gate house of David Gareja Georgian Orthodox monastery, Mount Gareja, Kakheti Region, Georgia (country). 25 km (15 miles) from Gardabani<br />
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Founded in the 6th century by David (St. David Garejeli), one of the  thirteen Assyrian monks who built monasteries throughout Georgia. The 24 plus monasteries of David Gareja are spread out over a huge area of the arid Mount Gareja ridge, with small cells and chapels cut into cliff faces.
  • Picture & image of interior of church, David Gareja Georgian Orthodox monastery, Mount Gareja, Kakheti Region, Georgia (country)<br />
<br />
Founded in the 6th century by David (St. David Garejeli), one of the  thirteen Assyrian monks who built monasteries throughout Georgia. The monastery is spread out over a huge area of the arid Mount Gareja, with small cells and chapels cut into cliff faces.
  • Picture & image of main gate house of David Gareja Georgian Orthodox monastery, Mount Gareja, Kakheti Region, Georgia (country). 25 km (15 miles) from Gardabani<br />
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Founded in the 6th century by David (St. David Garejeli), one of the  thirteen Assyrian monks who built monasteries throughout Georgia. The 24 plus monasteries of David Gareja are spread out over a huge area of the arid Mount Gareja ridge, with small cells and chapels cut into cliff faces.
  • Picture & image of main gate house of David Gareja Georgian Orthodox monastery, Mount Gareja, Kakheti Region, Georgia (country). 25 km (15 miles) from Gardabani<br />
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Founded in the 6th century by David (St. David Garejeli), one of the  thirteen Assyrian monks who built monasteries throughout Georgia. The 24 plus monasteries of David Gareja are spread out over a huge area of the arid Mount Gareja ridge, with small cells and chapels cut into cliff faces.
  • Picture & image of David Gareja Georgian Orthodox monastery, Mount Gareja, Kakheti Region, Georgia (country). 25 km (15 miles) from Gardabani<br />
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Founded in the 6th century by David (St. David Garejeli), one of the  thirteen Assyrian monks who built monasteries throughout Georgia. The 24 plus monasteries of David Gareja are spread out over a huge area of the arid Mount Gareja ridge, with small cells and chapels cut into cliff faces.
  • Picture & image of David Gareja Georgian Orthodox monastery, Mount Gareja, Kakheti Region, Georgia (country). 25 km (15 miles) from Gardabani<br />
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Founded in the 6th century by David (St. David Garejeli), one of the  thirteen Assyrian monks who built monasteries throughout Georgia. The 24 plus monasteries of David Gareja are spread out over a huge area of the arid Mount Gareja ridge, with small cells and chapels cut into cliff faces.
  • Picture & image of the rock caves of David Gareja Georgian Orthodox monastery, Mount Gareja, Kakheti Region, Georgia (country). 25 km (15 miles) from Gardabani<br />
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Founded in the 6th century by David (St. David Garejeli), one of the  thirteen Assyrian monks who built monasteries throughout Georgia. The 24 plus monasteries of David Gareja are spread out over a huge area of the arid Mount Gareja ridge, with small cells and chapels cut into cliff faces.
  • Picture & image of the rock caves of David Gareja Georgian Orthodox monastery, Mount Gareja, Kakheti Region, Georgia (country). 25 km (15 miles) from Gardabani<br />
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Founded in the 6th century by David (St. David Garejeli), one of the  thirteen Assyrian monks who built monasteries throughout Georgia. The 24 plus monasteries of David Gareja are spread out over a huge area of the arid Mount Gareja ridge, with small cells and chapels cut into cliff faces.
  • Picture & image of David Gareja Georgian Orthodox monastery, Mount Gareja, Kakheti Region, Georgia (country). 25 km (15 miles) from Gardabani<br />
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Founded in the 6th century by David (St. David Garejeli), one of the  thirteen Assyrian monks who built monasteries throughout Georgia. The 24 plus monasteries of David Gareja are spread out over a huge area of the arid Mount Gareja ridge, with small cells and chapels cut into cliff faces.
  • Picture & image of the rock caves of David Gareja Georgian Orthodox monastery, Mount Gareja, Kakheti Region, Georgia (country). 25 km (15 miles) from Gardabani<br />
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Founded in the 6th century by David (St. David Garejeli), one of the  thirteen Assyrian monks who built monasteries throughout Georgia. The 24 plus monasteries of David Gareja are spread out over a huge area of the arid Mount Gareja ridge, with small cells and chapels cut into cliff faces.
  • Picture & image of David Gareja Georgian Orthodox monastery, Mount Gareja, Kakheti Region, Georgia (country). 25 km (15 miles) from Gardabani<br />
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Founded in the 6th century by David (St. David Garejeli), one of the  thirteen Assyrian monks who built monasteries throughout Georgia. The 24 plus monasteries of David Gareja are spread out over a huge area of the arid Mount Gareja ridge, with small cells and chapels cut into cliff faces.
  • Picture & image of David Gareja Georgian Orthodox monastery, Mount Gareja, Kakheti Region, Georgia (country). 25 km (15 miles) from Gardabani<br />
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Founded in the 6th century by David (St. David Garejeli), one of the  thirteen Assyrian monks who built monasteries throughout Georgia. The 24 plus monasteries of David Gareja are spread out over a huge area of the arid Mount Gareja ridge, with small cells and chapels cut into cliff faces.
  • Picture & image of David Gareja Georgian Orthodox monastery, Mount Gareja, Kakheti Region, Georgia (country). 25 km (15 miles) from Gardabani<br />
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Founded in the 6th century by David (St. David Garejeli), one of the  thirteen Assyrian monks who built monasteries throughout Georgia. The 24 plus monasteries of David Gareja are spread out over a huge area of the arid Mount Gareja ridge, with small cells and chapels cut into cliff faces.
  • Picture & image of David Gareja Georgian Orthodox monastery, Mount Gareja, Kakheti Region, Georgia (country). 25 km (15 miles) from Gardabani<br />
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Founded in the 6th century by David (St. David Garejeli), one of the  thirteen Assyrian monks who built monasteries throughout Georgia. The 24 plus monasteries of David Gareja are spread out over a huge area of the arid Mount Gareja ridge, with small cells and chapels cut into cliff faces.
  • Picture & image of David Gareja Georgian Orthodox monastery, Mount Gareja, Kakheti Region, Georgia (country). 25 km (15 miles) from Gardabani<br />
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Founded in the 6th century by David (St. David Garejeli), one of the  thirteen Assyrian monks who built monasteries throughout Georgia. The 24 plus monasteries of David Gareja are spread out over a huge area of the arid Mount Gareja ridge, with small cells and chapels cut into cliff faces.
  • Picture & image of David Gareja Georgian Orthodox monastery, Mount Gareja, Kakheti Region, Georgia (country). 25 km (15 miles) from Gardabani<br />
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Founded in the 6th century by David (St. David Garejeli), one of the  thirteen Assyrian monks who built monasteries throughout Georgia. The 24 plus monasteries of David Gareja are spread out over a huge area of the arid Mount Gareja ridge, with small cells and chapels cut into cliff faces.
  • Picture & image of David Gareja Georgian Orthodox monastery, Mount Gareja, Kakheti Region, Georgia (country). 25 km (15 miles) from Gardabani<br />
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Founded in the 6th century by David (St. David Garejeli), one of the  thirteen Assyrian monks who built monasteries throughout Georgia. The 24 plus monasteries of David Gareja are spread out over a huge area of the arid Mount Gareja ridge, with small cells and chapels cut into cliff faces.
  • Picture & image of David Gareja Georgian Orthodox monastery, Mount Gareja, Kakheti Region, Georgia (country). 25 km (15 miles) from Gardabani<br />
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Founded in the 6th century by David (St. David Garejeli), one of the  thirteen Assyrian monks who built monasteries throughout Georgia. The 24 plus monasteries of David Gareja are spread out over a huge area of the arid Mount Gareja ridge, with small cells and chapels cut into cliff faces.
  • Picture & image of David Gareja Georgian Orthodox monastery, Mount Gareja, Kakheti Region, Georgia (country). 25 km (15 miles) from Gardabani<br />
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Founded in the 6th century by David (St. David Garejeli), one of the  thirteen Assyrian monks who built monasteries throughout Georgia. The 24 plus monasteries of David Gareja are spread out over a huge area of the arid Mount Gareja ridge, with small cells and chapels cut into cliff faces.
  • Picture & image of David Gareja Georgian Orthodox monastery, Mount Gareja, Kakheti Region, Georgia (country). 25 km (15 miles) from Gardabani<br />
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Founded in the 6th century by David (St. David Garejeli), one of the  thirteen Assyrian monks who built monasteries throughout Georgia. The 24 plus monasteries of David Gareja are spread out over a huge area of the arid Mount Gareja ridge, with small cells and chapels cut into cliff faces.
  • Picture & image of David Gareja Georgian Orthodox monastery, Mount Gareja, Kakheti Region, Georgia (country). 25 km (15 miles) from Gardabani<br />
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Founded in the 6th century by David (St. David Garejeli), one of the  thirteen Assyrian monks who built monasteries throughout Georgia. The 24 plus monasteries of David Gareja are spread out over a huge area of the arid Mount Gareja ridge, with small cells and chapels cut into cliff faces.
  • Picture & image of David Gareja Georgian Orthodox monastery, Mount Gareja, Kakheti Region, Georgia (country). 25 km (15 miles) from Gardabani<br />
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Founded in the 6th century by David (St. David Garejeli), one of the  thirteen Assyrian monks who built monasteries throughout Georgia. The 24 plus monasteries of David Gareja are spread out over a huge area of the arid Mount Gareja ridge, with small cells and chapels cut into cliff faces.
  • Picture & image of David Gareja Georgian Orthodox monastery, Mount Gareja, Kakheti Region, Georgia (country). 25 km (15 miles) from Gardabani<br />
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Founded in the 6th century by David (St. David Garejeli), one of the  thirteen Assyrian monks who built monasteries throughout Georgia. The 24 plus monasteries of David Gareja are spread out over a huge area of the arid Mount Gareja ridge, with small cells and chapels cut into cliff faces.
  • Picture & image of David Gareja Georgian Orthodox monastery, Mount Gareja, Kakheti Region, Georgia (country). 25 km (15 miles) from Gardabani<br />
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Founded in the 6th century by David (St. David Garejeli), one of the  thirteen Assyrian monks who built monasteries throughout Georgia. The 24 plus monasteries of David Gareja are spread out over a huge area of the arid Mount Gareja ridge, with small cells and chapels cut into cliff faces.
  • Picture & image of David Gareja Georgian Orthodox monastery, Mount Gareja, Kakheti Region, Georgia (country). 25 km (15 miles) from Gardabani<br />
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Founded in the 6th century by David (St. David Garejeli), one of the  thirteen Assyrian monks who built monasteries throughout Georgia. The 24 plus monasteries of David Gareja are spread out over a huge area of the arid Mount Gareja ridge, with small cells and chapels cut into cliff faces.
  • Picture & image of David Gareja Georgian Orthodox monastery, Mount Gareja, Kakheti Region, Georgia (country). 25 km (15 miles) from Gardabani<br />
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Founded in the 6th century by David (St. David Garejeli), one of the  thirteen Assyrian monks who built monasteries throughout Georgia. The 24 plus monasteries of David Gareja are spread out over a huge area of the arid Mount Gareja ridge, with small cells and chapels cut into cliff faces.
  • Picture & image of David Gareja Georgian Orthodox monastery, Mount Gareja, Kakheti Region, Georgia (country). 25 km (15 miles) from Gardabani<br />
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Founded in the 6th century by David (St. David Garejeli), one of the  thirteen Assyrian monks who built monasteries throughout Georgia. The 24 plus monasteries of David Gareja are spread out over a huge area of the arid Mount Gareja ridge, with small cells and chapels cut into cliff faces.
  • Picture & image of David Gareja Georgian Orthodox monastery, Mount Gareja, Kakheti Region, Georgia (country). 25 km (15 miles) from Gardabani<br />
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Founded in the 6th century by David (St. David Garejeli), one of the  thirteen Assyrian monks who built monasteries throughout Georgia. The 24 plus monasteries of David Gareja are spread out over a huge area of the arid Mount Gareja ridge, with small cells and chapels cut into cliff faces.
  • Picture & image of David Gareja Georgian Orthodox monastery, Mount Gareja, Kakheti Region, Georgia (country). 25 km (15 miles) from Gardabani<br />
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Founded in the 6th century by David (St. David Garejeli), one of the  thirteen Assyrian monks who built monasteries throughout Georgia. The 24 plus monasteries of David Gareja are spread out over a huge area of the arid Mount Gareja ridge, with small cells and chapels cut into cliff faces.
  • Picture & image of David Gareja Georgian Orthodox monastery, Mount Gareja, Kakheti Region, Georgia (country). 25 km (15 miles) from Gardabani<br />
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Founded in the 6th century by David (St. David Garejeli), one of the  thirteen Assyrian monks who built monasteries throughout Georgia. The 24 plus monasteries of David Gareja are spread out over a huge area of the arid Mount Gareja ridge, with small cells and chapels cut into cliff faces.
  • Picture & image of David Gareja Georgian Orthodox monastery, Mount Gareja, Kakheti Region, Georgia (country). 25 km (15 miles) from Gardabani<br />
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Founded in the 6th century by David (St. David Garejeli), one of the  thirteen Assyrian monks who built monasteries throughout Georgia. The 24 plus monasteries of David Gareja are spread out over a huge area of the arid Mount Gareja ridge, with small cells and chapels cut into cliff faces.
  • Picture & image of David Gareja Georgian Orthodox monastery, Mount Gareja, Kakheti Region, Georgia (country). 25 km (15 miles) from Gardabani<br />
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Founded in the 6th century by David (St. David Garejeli), one of the  thirteen Assyrian monks who built monasteries throughout Georgia. The 24 plus monasteries of David Gareja are spread out over a huge area of the arid Mount Gareja ridge, with small cells and chapels cut into cliff faces.
  • Picture & image of David Gareja Georgian Orthodox monastery, Mount Gareja, Kakheti Region, Georgia (country). 25 km (15 miles) from Gardabani<br />
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Founded in the 6th century by David (St. David Garejeli), one of the  thirteen Assyrian monks who built monasteries throughout Georgia. The 24 plus monasteries of David Gareja are spread out over a huge area of the arid Mount Gareja ridge, with small cells and chapels cut into cliff faces.
  • Picture & image of David Gareja Georgian Orthodox monastery, Mount Gareja, Kakheti Region, Georgia (country). 25 km (15 miles) from Gardabani<br />
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Founded in the 6th century by David (St. David Garejeli), one of the  thirteen Assyrian monks who built monasteries throughout Georgia. The 24 plus monasteries of David Gareja are spread out over a huge area of the arid Mount Gareja ridge, with small cells and chapels cut into cliff faces.
  • Picture & image of David Gareja Georgian Orthodox monastery, Mount Gareja, Kakheti Region, Georgia (country). 25 km (15 miles) from Gardabani<br />
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Founded in the 6th century by David (St. David Garejeli), one of the  thirteen Assyrian monks who built monasteries throughout Georgia. The 24 plus monasteries of David Gareja are spread out over a huge area of the arid Mount Gareja ridge, with small cells and chapels cut into cliff faces.
  • Picture & image of David Gareja Georgian Orthodox monastery, Mount Gareja, Kakheti Region, Georgia (country). 25 km (15 miles) from Gardabani<br />
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Founded in the 6th century by David (St. David Garejeli), one of the  thirteen Assyrian monks who built monasteries throughout Georgia. The 24 plus monasteries of David Gareja are spread out over a huge area of the arid Mount Gareja ridge, with small cells and chapels cut into cliff faces.
  • Picture & image of David Gareja Georgian Orthodox monastery, Mount Gareja, Kakheti Region, Georgia (country). 25 km (15 miles) from Gardabani<br />
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Founded in the 6th century by David (St. David Garejeli), one of the  thirteen Assyrian monks who built monasteries throughout Georgia. The 24 plus monasteries of David Gareja are spread out over a huge area of the arid Mount Gareja ridge, with small cells and chapels cut into cliff faces.
  • Organ of the medieval fortified church of Harman. A Romaneque church started in 1240 by the Cistercian monks with elements of Gothic architecture .Harman, Braşov, Transylvania. UNESCO World Heritage Site.
  • The medieval fortified church of Harman. A Romaneque church started in 1240 by the Cistercian monks with Gothic elements of architecture .Harman, Braşov, Transylvania. UNESCO World Heritage Site.
  • The medieval fortified church of Harman. A Romaneque church started in 1240 by the Cistercian monks with Gothic elements of architecture .Harman, Braşov, Transylvania. UNESCO World Heritage Site.
  • Interior of the medieval fortified church of Harman. A Romaneque church started in 1240 by the Cistercian monks with elements of Gothic  architecture .Harman, Braşov, Transylvania. UNESCO World Heritage Site.
  • The medieval fortified church of Harman. A Romaneque church started in 1240 by the Cistercian monks with a 14th centurt bell tower & steps leading to storage rooms above the naive. Harman, Braşov, Transylvania. UNESCO World Heritage Site.
  • The medieval fortified church of Harman. A Romaneque church started in 1240 by the Cistercian monks with a 14th centurt bell tower & steps leading to storage rooms above the naive. Harman, Braşov, Transylvania. UNESCO World Heritage Site.
  • The medieval fortified church of Harman. A Romaneque church started in 1240 by the Cistercian monks with a 14th centurt bell tower & steps leading to storage rooms above the naive. Harman, Braşov, Transylvania. UNESCO World Heritage Site.
  • The medieval fortified church of Harman. A Romaneque church started in 1240 by the Cistercian monks with a 14th centurt bell tower & steps leading to storage rooms above the naive. Harman, Braşov, Transylvania. UNESCO World Heritage Site.
  • Interior of the medieval fortified church of Harman. A Romaneque church started in 1240 by the Cistercian monks with Gothic elements of architecture .Harman, Braşov, Transylvania. UNESCO World Heritage Site.
  • Interior of the medieval fortified church of Harman. A Romaneque church started in 1240 by the Cistercian monks with Gothic elements of architecture .Harman, Braşov, Transylvania. UNESCO World Heritage Site.
  • Interior of the medieval fortified church of Harman. A Romaneque church started in 1240 by the Cistercian monks with Gothic elements of architecture .Harman, Braşov, Transylvania. UNESCO World Heritage Site.
  • Interior of the medieval fortified church of Harman. A Romaneque church started in 1240 by the Cistercian monks with Gothic elements of architecture .Harman, Braşov, Transylvania. UNESCO World Heritage Site.
  • Interior of the medieval fortified church of Harman. A Romaneque church started in 1240 by the Cistercian monks with Gothic elements of architecture .Harman, Braşov, Transylvania. UNESCO World Heritage Site.
  • Interior of the medieval fortified church of Harman. A Romaneque church started in 1240 by the Cistercian monks with Gothic elements of architecture .Harman, Braşov, Transylvania. UNESCO World Heritage Site.
  • The medieval fortified church of Harman. A Romaneque church started in 1240 by the Cistercian monks with a 14th centurt bell tower & steps leading to storage rooms above the naive. Harman, Braşov, Transylvania. UNESCO World Heritage Site.
  • The medieval fortified church of Harman. A Romaneque church started in 1240 by the Cistercian monks with Gothic elements of architecture .Harman, Braşov, Transylvania. UNESCO World Heritage Site.
  • The medieval fortified church of Harman. A Romaneque church started in 1240 by the Cistercian monks with Gothic elements of architecture .Harman, Braşov, Transylvania. UNESCO World Heritage Site.
  • The medieval fortified church of Harman. A Romaneque church started in 1240 by the Cistercian monks with a 14th centurt bell tower & steps leading to storage rooms above the naive. Harman, Braşov, Transylvania. UNESCO World Heritage Site.
  • The medieval fortified church of Harman. A Romaneque church started in 1240 by the Cistercian monks with Gothic elements of architecture .Harman, Braşov, Transylvania. UNESCO World Heritage Site.
  • The medieval fortified church of Harman. A Romaneque church started in 1240 by the Cistercian monks with Gothic elements of architecture .Harman, Braşov, Transylvania. UNESCO World Heritage Site.
  • Late medieval relief sculpture of St Martin becoming a monk on the Facade of the Cattedrale di San Martino,  Duomo of Lucca, Tunscany, Italy,
  • Medieval stained glass Window of the Gothic Cathedral of Chartres, France - dedicated to the Life of St Lubin . Central bottom panel shows A barrel of wine being transported to the Cathedral, below left - The young Lubin working as a shepherd, below right - A monk gives Lubin a belt with the alphabet written on it, above left - Lubin receiving instruction from a cleric, above right - Lubin spends his spare time learning to read, while his companion idles.  Top central panel -  A cellerer draws sacramental wine into a cruet, below left - Lubin is accepted into a monastery, below right - Nileffus advises Lubin to visit other monasteries to broaden his knowledge, above left - Lubin, Nileffus and another monk, approach a new monastery, above right - Lubin and his companions leaving a monastery. A UNESCO World Heritage Site.
  • Pictures & images of the medieval Alaverdi St George Cathedral & monastery complex, 11th century, near Telavi, Georgia (country). <br />
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At 50 meters high Alaverdi St George Cathedral was once the highest cathedral in Georgia (now its the nes Tblisi cathedral). The cathedral is part of a Georgian Orthodox monastery founded by the monk Joseph [Abba] Alaverdeli, who came from Antioch and settled in Alaverdi. On the UNESCO World Heritage Site Tentative List.
  • Pictures & images of an icon in the medieval Alaverdi St George Cathedral & monastery complex, 11th century, near Telavi, Georgia (country). <br />
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At 50 meters high Alaverdi St George Cathedral was once the highest cathedral in Georgia (now its the nes Tblisi cathedral). The cathedral is part of a Georgian Orthodox monastery founded by the monk Joseph [Abba] Alaverdeli, who came from Antioch and settled in Alaverdi. On the UNESCO World Heritage Site Tentative List.
  • Pictures & images of the medieval fresco of saints on the front door of the Alaverdi St George Cathedral & monastery complex, 11th century, near Telavi, Georgia (country). <br />
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At 50 meters high Alaverdi St George Cathedral was once the highest cathedral in Georgia (now its the nes Tblisi cathedral). The cathedral is part of a Georgian Orthodox monastery founded by the monk Joseph [Abba] Alaverdeli, who came from Antioch and settled in Alaverdi. On the UNESCO World Heritage Site Tentative List.
  • Pictures & images of the medieval fresco of St George over the doorway of the Alaverdi St George Cathedral & monastery complex, 11th century, near Telavi, Georgia (country). <br />
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At 50 meters high Alaverdi St George Cathedral was once the highest cathedral in Georgia (now its the nes Tblisi cathedral). The cathedral is part of a Georgian Orthodox monastery founded by the monk Joseph [Abba] Alaverdeli, who came from Antioch and settled in Alaverdi. On the UNESCO World Heritage Site Tentative List.
  • Pictures & images of the medieval interior frescoes of the Alaverdi St George Cathedral & monastery complex, 11th century, near Telavi, Georgia (country). <br />
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At 50 meters high Alaverdi St George Cathedral was once the highest cathedral in Georgia (now its the nes Tblisi cathedral). The cathedral is part of a Georgian Orthodox monastery founded by the monk Joseph [Abba] Alaverdeli, who came from Antioch and settled in Alaverdi. On the UNESCO World Heritage Site Tentative List.
  • Pictures & images of the medieval fresco of St George over the doorway of the Alaverdi St George Cathedral & monastery complex, 11th century, near Telavi, Georgia (country). <br />
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At 50 meters high Alaverdi St George Cathedral was once the highest cathedral in Georgia (now its the nes Tblisi cathedral). The cathedral is part of a Georgian Orthodox monastery founded by the monk Joseph [Abba] Alaverdeli, who came from Antioch and settled in Alaverdi. On the UNESCO World Heritage Site Tentative List.
  • Pictures & images of the medieval interior frescoes of the Alaverdi St George Cathedral & monastery complex, 11th century, near Telavi, Georgia (country). <br />
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At 50 meters high Alaverdi St George Cathedral was once the highest cathedral in Georgia (now its the nes Tblisi cathedral). The cathedral is part of a Georgian Orthodox monastery founded by the monk Joseph [Abba] Alaverdeli, who came from Antioch and settled in Alaverdi. On the UNESCO World Heritage Site Tentative List.
  • Pictures & images of the medieval Alaverdi St George Cathedral & monastery complex, 11th century, near Telavi, Georgia (country). <br />
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At 50 meters high Alaverdi St George Cathedral was once the highest cathedral in Georgia (now its the nes Tblisi cathedral). The cathedral is part of a Georgian Orthodox monastery founded by the monk Joseph [Abba] Alaverdeli, who came from Antioch and settled in Alaverdi. On the UNESCO World Heritage Site Tentative List.
  • Pictures & images of the medieval Alaverdi St George Cathedral & monastery complex, 11th century, near Telavi, Georgia (country). <br />
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At 50 meters high Alaverdi St George Cathedral was once the highest cathedral in Georgia (now its the nes Tblisi cathedral). The cathedral is part of a Georgian Orthodox monastery founded by the monk Joseph [Abba] Alaverdeli, who came from Antioch and settled in Alaverdi. On the UNESCO World Heritage Site Tentative List.
  • Pictures & images of the walls and medieval Alaverdi St George Cathedral & monastery complex, 11th century, near Telavi, Georgia (country). <br />
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At 50 meters high Alaverdi St George Cathedral was once the highest cathedral in Georgia (now its the nes Tblisi cathedral). The cathedral is part of a Georgian Orthodox monastery founded by the monk Joseph [Abba] Alaverdeli, who came from Antioch and settled in Alaverdi. On the UNESCO World Heritage Site Tentative List.
  • Pictures & images of the Walls and gate house of the medieval Alaverdi St George Cathedral & monastery complex, 11th century, near Telavi, Georgia (country). <br />
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At 50 meters high Alaverdi St George Cathedral was once the highest cathedral in Georgia (now its the nes Tblisi cathedral). The cathedral is part of a Georgian Orthodox monastery founded by the monk Joseph [Abba] Alaverdeli, who came from Antioch and settled in Alaverdi. On the UNESCO World Heritage Site Tentative List.
  • Pictures & images of the cupola of the medieval Alaverdi St George Cathedral & monastery complex, 11th century, near Telavi, Georgia (country). <br />
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At 50 meters high Alaverdi St George Cathedral was once the highest cathedral in Georgia (now its the nes Tblisi cathedral). The cathedral is part of a Georgian Orthodox monastery founded by the monk Joseph [Abba] Alaverdeli, who came from Antioch and settled in Alaverdi. On the UNESCO World Heritage Site Tentative List.
  • Pictures & images of the cupola of the medieval Alaverdi St George Cathedral & monastery complex, 11th century, near Telavi, Georgia (country). <br />
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At 50 meters high Alaverdi St George Cathedral was once the highest cathedral in Georgia (now its the nes Tblisi cathedral). The cathedral is part of a Georgian Orthodox monastery founded by the monk Joseph [Abba] Alaverdeli, who came from Antioch and settled in Alaverdi. On the UNESCO World Heritage Site Tentative List.
  • Pictures & images of the cupola of the medieval Alaverdi St George Cathedral & monastery complex, 11th century, near Telavi, Georgia (country). <br />
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At 50 meters high Alaverdi St George Cathedral was once the highest cathedral in Georgia (now its the nes Tblisi cathedral). The cathedral is part of a Georgian Orthodox monastery founded by the monk Joseph [Abba] Alaverdeli, who came from Antioch and settled in Alaverdi. On the UNESCO World Heritage Site Tentative List.
  • Pictures & images of the medieval Alaverdi St George Cathedral & monastery complex, 11th century, near Telavi, Georgia (country). <br />
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At 50 meters high Alaverdi St George Cathedral was once the highest cathedral in Georgia (now its the nes Tblisi cathedral). The cathedral is part of a Georgian Orthodox monastery founded by the monk Joseph [Abba] Alaverdeli, who came from Antioch and settled in Alaverdi. On the UNESCO World Heritage Site Tentative List.
  • Pictures & images of the medieval Alaverdi St George Cathedral & monastery complex, 11th century, near Telavi, Georgia (country). <br />
<br />
At 50 meters high Alaverdi St George Cathedral was once the highest cathedral in Georgia (now its the nes Tblisi cathedral). The cathedral is part of a Georgian Orthodox monastery founded by the monk Joseph [Abba] Alaverdeli, who came from Antioch and settled in Alaverdi. On the UNESCO World Heritage Site Tentative List.
  • Pictures & images of the vineyard and refectory  of the medieval Alaverdi St George Cathedral & monastery complex, 11th century, near Telavi, Georgia (country). <br />
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At 50 meters high Alaverdi St George Cathedral was once the highest cathedral in Georgia (now its the nes Tblisi cathedral). The cathedral is part of a Georgian Orthodox monastery founded by the monk Joseph [Abba] Alaverdeli, who came from Antioch and settled in Alaverdi. On the UNESCO World Heritage Site Tentative List.
  • Pictures & images of the medieval Alaverdi St George Cathedral & monastery complex, 11th century, near Telavi, Georgia (country). <br />
<br />
At 50 meters high Alaverdi St George Cathedral was once the highest cathedral in Georgia (now its the nes Tblisi cathedral). The cathedral is part of a Georgian Orthodox monastery founded by the monk Joseph [Abba] Alaverdeli, who came from Antioch and settled in Alaverdi. On the UNESCO World Heritage Site Tentative List.
  • Pictures & images of the medieval Alaverdi St George Cathedral & monastery complex, 11th century, near Telavi, Georgia (country). <br />
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At 50 meters high Alaverdi St George Cathedral was once the highest cathedral in Georgia (now its the nes Tblisi cathedral). The cathedral is part of a Georgian Orthodox monastery founded by the monk Joseph [Abba] Alaverdeli, who came from Antioch and settled in Alaverdi. On the UNESCO World Heritage Site Tentative List.
  • Pictures & images of the medieval Alaverdi St George Cathedral & monastery complex, 11th century, near Telavi, Georgia (country). <br />
<br />
At 50 meters high Alaverdi St George Cathedral was once the highest cathedral in Georgia (now its the nes Tblisi cathedral). The cathedral is part of a Georgian Orthodox monastery founded by the monk Joseph [Abba] Alaverdeli, who came from Antioch and settled in Alaverdi. On the UNESCO World Heritage Site Tentative List.
  • Pictures & images of the medieval Alaverdi St George Cathedral & monastery complex, 11th century, near Telavi, Georgia (country). <br />
<br />
At 50 meters high Alaverdi St George Cathedral was once the highest cathedral in Georgia (now its the nes Tblisi cathedral). The cathedral is part of a Georgian Orthodox monastery founded by the monk Joseph [Abba] Alaverdeli, who came from Antioch and settled in Alaverdi. On the UNESCO World Heritage Site Tentative List.
  • Pictures & images of the medieval Alaverdi St George Cathedral & monastery complex, 11th century, near Telavi, Georgia (country). <br />
<br />
At 50 meters high Alaverdi St George Cathedral was once the highest cathedral in Georgia (now its the nes Tblisi cathedral). The cathedral is part of a Georgian Orthodox monastery founded by the monk Joseph [Abba] Alaverdeli, who came from Antioch and settled in Alaverdi. On the UNESCO World Heritage Site Tentative List.
  • Pictures & images of the medieval Alaverdi St George Cathedral & monastery complex, 11th century, near Telavi, Georgia (country). <br />
<br />
At 50 meters high Alaverdi St George Cathedral was once the highest cathedral in Georgia (now its the nes Tblisi cathedral). The cathedral is part of a Georgian Orthodox monastery founded by the monk Joseph [Abba] Alaverdeli, who came from Antioch and settled in Alaverdi. On the UNESCO World Heritage Site Tentative List.
  • Pictures & images of the medieval Alaverdi St George Cathedral & monastery complex, 11th century, near Telavi, Georgia (country). <br />
<br />
At 50 meters high Alaverdi St George Cathedral was once the highest cathedral in Georgia (now its the nes Tblisi cathedral). The cathedral is part of a Georgian Orthodox monastery founded by the monk Joseph [Abba] Alaverdeli, who came from Antioch and settled in Alaverdi. On the UNESCO World Heritage Site Tentative List.
  • Pictures & images of the medieval Alaverdi St George Cathedral & monastery complex, 11th century, near Telavi, Georgia (country). <br />
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At 50 meters high Alaverdi St George Cathedral was once the highest cathedral in Georgia (now its the nes Tblisi cathedral). The cathedral is part of a Georgian Orthodox monastery founded by the monk Joseph [Abba] Alaverdeli, who came from Antioch and settled in Alaverdi. On the UNESCO World Heritage Site Tentative List.
  • Pictures & images of the medieval Alaverdi St George Cathedral & monastery complex, 11th century, near Telavi, Georgia (country). <br />
<br />
At 50 meters high Alaverdi St George Cathedral was once the highest cathedral in Georgia (now its the nes Tblisi cathedral). The cathedral is part of a Georgian Orthodox monastery founded by the monk Joseph [Abba] Alaverdeli, who came from Antioch and settled in Alaverdi. On the UNESCO World Heritage Site Tentative List.
  • Pictures & images of the medieval Alaverdi St George Cathedral & monastery complex, 11th century, near Telavi, Georgia (country). <br />
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At 50 meters high Alaverdi St George Cathedral was once the highest cathedral in Georgia (now its the nes Tblisi cathedral). The cathedral is part of a Georgian Orthodox monastery founded by the monk Joseph [Abba] Alaverdeli, who came from Antioch and settled in Alaverdi. On the UNESCO World Heritage Site Tentative List.
  • Pictures & images of the medieval Alaverdi St George Cathedral & monastery complex, 11th century, near Telavi, Georgia (country). <br />
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At 50 meters high Alaverdi St George Cathedral was once the highest cathedral in Georgia (now its the nes Tblisi cathedral). The cathedral is part of a Georgian Orthodox monastery founded by the monk Joseph [Abba] Alaverdeli, who came from Antioch and settled in Alaverdi. On the UNESCO World Heritage Site Tentative List.
  • Pictures & images of the medieval Alaverdi St George Cathedral & monastery complex, 11th century, near Telavi, Georgia (country). <br />
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At 50 meters high Alaverdi St George Cathedral was once the highest cathedral in Georgia (now its the nes Tblisi cathedral). The cathedral is part of a Georgian Orthodox monastery founded by the monk Joseph [Abba] Alaverdeli, who came from Antioch and settled in Alaverdi. On the UNESCO World Heritage Site Tentative List.
  • Pictures & images of the medieval Alaverdi St George Cathedral & monastery complex, 11th century, near Telavi, Georgia (country). <br />
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At 50 meters high Alaverdi St George Cathedral was once the highest cathedral in Georgia (now its the nes Tblisi cathedral). The cathedral is part of a Georgian Orthodox monastery founded by the monk Joseph [Abba] Alaverdeli, who came from Antioch and settled in Alaverdi. On the UNESCO World Heritage Site Tentative List.
  • Pictures & images of the medieval Alaverdi St George Cathedral & monastery complex, 11th century, near Telavi, Georgia (country). <br />
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At 50 meters high Alaverdi St George Cathedral was once the highest cathedral in Georgia (now its the nes Tblisi cathedral). The cathedral is part of a Georgian Orthodox monastery founded by the monk Joseph [Abba] Alaverdeli, who came from Antioch and settled in Alaverdi. On the UNESCO World Heritage Site Tentative List.
  • Gothic Altarpiece of Madonna and Child enthroned with angels byPero di Giovanni known as "Lorenzo Monaco" of Sienna and Florence, circa 1415-1420, tempera and gold leaf on wood. National Museum of Catalan Art, Barcelona, Spain, inv no: MNAC 212808.<br />
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The Virgin Mary is seated with the child standing on her lap, in an attitude of blessing, accompanied by angels with incentives. The composition is very simple and fuses Sienese and Florentine pictorial traditions in the style of Lorenzo Monaco, monk of the convent of Santa Maria degli Angeli in Florence and the last representative of the style of Giotto before the Renaissance revival of Fra Angelico.
  • The Church of San Vigilio in Pinzolo and its fresco paintings “Dance of Death” painted by Simone Baschenis of Averaria in1539, Pinzolo, Trentino, Italy.<br />
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Next to the pope is a cardinal, a cleric and a monk all of whom have succumbed to the arrows of the skeletons. This tableau is a reminder to the hierarchy of the church that even they are not immune from death.
  • Medieval stained glass Window of the Gothic Cathedral of Chartres, France - dedicated to The life of St Lubin. Centre bottom panel - Signature panel (Wine cryers). Above left - Procession; a nobleman and his retinue, above right - Procession; a group of laymen and clerics departing from a church. Top left -  The young Lubin working as a shepherd, top right - A monk gives Lubin a belt with the alphabet written on it. A UNESCO World Heritage Site.  .
  • Medieval stained glass Window of the Gothic Cathedral of Chartres, France - dedicated to the Life of St Lubin . Central panel shows A barrel of wine being transported to the Cathedral, below left - The young Lubin working as a shepherd, below right - A monk gives Lubin a belt with the alphabet written on it, above left - Lubin receiving instruction from a cleric, above right - Lubin spends his spare time learning to read, while his companion idles.  Cental bottom semi circle - wine cryers, above left -a procession, above right - a procession of laymen and clerics.  A UNESCO World Heritage Site..

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