• Ruined engine houses of Botallack Tin Mine, Near St Agnes, Cornwall
  • Ruined engine houses of Botallack Tin Mine, Near St Agnes, Cornwall
  • Ruined engine houses of Botallack Tin Mine, Near St Agnes, Cornwall
  • Ruined engine houses of Botallack Tin Mine, Near St Agnes, Cornwall
  • Ruined engine houses of Botallack Tin Mine, Near St Agnes, Cornwall
  • Ruined engine houses of Botallack Tin Mine, Near St Agnes, Cornwall
  • Ruined engine houses of Botallack Tin Mine, Near St Agnes, Cornwall
  • Ruined engine houses of Botallack Tin Mine, Near St Agnes, Cornwall
  • Ruined Chimney of a Cornish Tin Mine, Cornwall
  • Ruined engine houses of Botallack Tin Mine, Near St Agnes, Cornwall
  • Ruined Chimney of a Cornish Tin Mine, Cornwall
  • Ruined Chimney of a Cornish Tin Mine, Cornwall
  • Ruined Chimney of a Cornish Tin Mine, Cornwall
  • Ruins of Botallack Tin Mine, Near St Agnes, Cornwall
  • Engine houses of Levant Tin Mine, Cornwall
  • Engine houses of Levant Tin Mine, Cornwall
  • Ruined engine houses of Botallack Tin Mine, Near St Agnes, Cornwall
  • Ruined engine houses of Botallack Tin Mine, Near St Agnes, Cornwall
  • Ruined engine houses of Botallack Tin Mine, Near St Agnes, Cornwall
  • Ruined engine houses of Botallack Tin Mine, Near St Agnes, Cornwall
  • Ruined engine houses of Botallack Tin Mine, Near St Agnes, Cornwall
  • Ruined engine houses of Botallack Tin Mine, Near St Agnes, Cornwall
  • Ruined engine houses of Botallack Tin Mine, Near St Agnes, Cornwall
  • Ruined engine houses of Botallack Tin Mine, Near St Agnes, Cornwall
  • Ruined engine houses of Botallack Tin Mine, Near St Agnes, Cornwall
  • Ruined engine houses of Botallack Tin Mine, Near St Agnes, Cornwall
  • Ruined engine houses of Botallack Tin Mine, Near St Agnes, Cornwall
  • Ruined engine houses of Botallack Tin Mine, Near St Agnes, Cornwall
  • Ruined engine houses of Botallack Tin Mine, Near St Agnes, Cornwall
  • Ruined engine houses of Botallack Tin Mine, Near St Agnes, Cornwall
  • Sedimentary Rock formations of the cliffs of Paleokastritsa Corfu, Greek Ionian Islands
  • Sea Cave in the the cliffs of Paleokastritsa Corfu, Greek Ionian Islands
  • Sea Discovery submarine off the cliffs of Paleokastritsa Corfu, Greek Ionian Islands
  • Sedimentary Rock formations of the cliffs of Paleokastritsa Corfu, Greek Ionian Islands
  • Sedimentary Rock formations of the cliffs of Paleokastritsa Corfu, Greek Ionian Islands
  • Sedimentary Rock formations of the cliffs of Paleokastritsa Corfu, Greek Ionian Islands
  • Sedimentary Rock formations of the cliffs of Paleokastritsa Corfu, Greek Ionian Islands
  • Sedimentary Rock formations of the cliffs of Paleokastritsa Corfu, Greek Ionian Islands
  • Sedimentary Rock formations of the cliffs of Paleokastritsa Corfu, Greek Ionian Islands
  • Sedimentary Rock formations of the cliffs of Paleokastritsa Corfu, Greek Ionian Islands
  • Sedimentary Rock formations of the cliffs of Paleokastritsa Corfu, Greek Ionian Islands
  • Sedimentary Rock formations of the cliffs of Paleokastritsa Corfu, Greek Ionian Islands
  • Sedimentary Rock formations of the cliffs of Paleokastritsa Corfu, Greek Ionian Islands
  • Sedimentary Rock formations of the cliffs of Paleokastritsa Corfu, Greek Ionian Islands
  • Sedimentary Rock formations of the cliffs of Paleokastritsa Corfu, Greek Ionian Islands
  • Sedimentary Rock formations of the cliffs of Paleokastritsa Corfu, Greek Ionian Islands
  • Sedimentary Rock formations of the cliffs of Paleokastritsa Corfu, Greek Ionian Islands
  • The Meteora Mountains, Greece
  • 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 />
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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 />
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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.
  • Picture & image of interior of church, 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.
  • 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 />
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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.
  • 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 />
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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.
  • 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.
  • Boats on Dalyan Çay? River with Lycian Rock Tombs in the cliffs . Mediterranean coast Turkey
  • Boats on Dalyan Çay River with Lycian Rock Tombs in the cliffs . Mediterranean coast Turkey
  • Boats on Dalyan Çay River with Lycian Rock Tombs in the cliffs . Mediterranean coast Turkey
  • Boats on Dalyan Çay River with Lycian Rock Tombs in the cliffs . Mediterranean coast Turkey
  • Village & cliffs of historic fishing village of Robin Hood's Bay, Near Whitby, North Yorkshire, England.
  • Rock pools & cliffs of the historic fishing village of Robin Hood's Bay, Near Whitby, North Yorkshire, England.
  • Remains of the Süleyman Mosque in the ancient citadel of Hasankeyf on the cliffs above the Tigris, Turkey
  • Remains of the Süleyman Mosque in the ancient citadel of Hasankeyf on the cliffs above the Tigris, Turkey 1
  • Remains of medieval Artukid Old Tigris Bridge – Built in 1116 by Artukid Fahrettin Karaaslan, the biggest in Anatolia at the time, with the old town Hasankeyf and its ruins on the cliffs abover the river Tigris. The minaret is of the El Rizk Mosque built 1409.  Turkey. 8
  • Remains of medieval Artukid Old Tigris Bridge – Built in 1116 by Artukid Fahrettin Karaaslan, the biggest in Anatolia at the time, with the old town Hasankeyf and its ruins on the cliffs abover the river Tigris. The minaret is of the El Rizk Mosque built 1409.  Turkey. 7
  • Remains of medieval Artukid Old Tigris Bridge – Built in 1116 by Artukid Fahrettin Karaaslan, the biggest in Anatolia at the time, with the old town Hasankeyf and its ruins on the cliffs abover the river Tigris. The minaret is of the El Rizk Mosque built 1409.  Turkey. 4
  • Remains of medieval Artukid Old Tigris Bridge – Built in 1116 by Artukid Fahrettin Karaaslan, the biggest in Anatolia at the time, with the old town Hasankeyf and its ruins on the cliffs abover the river Tigris. The minaret is of the El Rizk Mosque built 1409.  Turkey. 3
  • Remains of medieval Artukid Old Tigris Bridge – Built in 1116 by Artukid Fahrettin Karaaslan, the biggest in Anatolia at the time, with the old town Hasankeyf and its ruins on the cliffs abover the river Tigris. The minaret is of the El Rizk Mosque built 1409.  Turkey. 6
  • Remains of medieval Artukid Old Tigris Bridge – Built in 1116 by Artukid Fahrettin Karaaslan, the biggest in Anatolia at the time, with the old town Hasankeyf and its ruins on the cliffs abover the river Tigris. The minaret is of the El Rizk Mosque built 1409.  Turkey. 5
  • Remains of medieval Artukid Old Tigris Bridge – Built in 1116 by Artukid Fahrettin Karaaslan, the biggest in Anatolia at the time, with the old town Hasankeyf and its ruins on the cliffs abover the river Tigris. The minaret is of the El Rizk Mosque built 1409.  Turkey. 4
  • Remains of medieval Artukid Old Tigris Bridge – Built in 1116 by Artukid Fahrettin Karaaslan, the biggest in Anatolia at the time, with the old town Hasankeyf and its ruins on the cliffs abover the river Tigris. The minaret is of the El Rizk Mosque built 1409.  Turkey. 3
  • Remains of medieval Artukid Old Tigris Bridge – Built in 1116 by Artukid Fahrettin Karaaslan, the biggest in Anatolia at the time, with the old town Hasankeyf and its ruins on the cliffs abover the river Tigris. The minaret is of the El Rizk Mosque built 1409.  Turkey. 2
  • Remains of medieval Artukid Old Tigris Bridge – Built in 1116 by Artukid Fahrettin Karaaslan, the biggest in Anatolia at the time, with the old town Hasankeyf and its ruins on the cliffs abover the river Tigris. The minaret is of the El Rizk Mosque built 1409.  Turkey. 1
  • Remains of the Süleyman Mosque in the ancient citadel of Hasankeyf on the cliffs above the Tigris, Turkey
  • Remains of the Süleyman Mosque in the ancient citadel of Hasankeyf on the cliffs above the Tigris, Turkey 1
  • Remains of medieval Artukid Old Tigris Bridge – Built in 1116 by Artukid Fahrettin Karaaslan, the biggest in Anatolia at the time, with the old town Hasankeyf and its ruins on the cliffs abover the river Tigris. The minaret is of the El Rizk Mosque built 1409.  Turkey. 8
  • Remains of medieval Artukid Old Tigris Bridge – Built in 1116 by Artukid Fahrettin Karaaslan, the biggest in Anatolia at the time, with the old town Hasankeyf and its ruins on the cliffs abover the river Tigris. The minaret is of the El Rizk Mosque built 1409.  Turkey. 7
  • Remains of medieval Artukid Old Tigris Bridge – Built in 1116 by Artukid Fahrettin Karaaslan, the biggest in Anatolia at the time, with the old town Hasankeyf and its ruins on the cliffs abover the river Tigris. The minaret is of the El Rizk Mosque built 1409.  Turkey. 4
  • Remains of medieval Artukid Old Tigris Bridge – Built in 1116 by Artukid Fahrettin Karaaslan, the biggest in Anatolia at the time, with the old town Hasankeyf and its ruins on the cliffs abover the river Tigris. The minaret is of the El Rizk Mosque built 1409.  Turkey. 3
  • Remains of medieval Artukid Old Tigris Bridge – Built in 1116 by Artukid Fahrettin Karaaslan, the biggest in Anatolia at the time, with the old town Hasankeyf and its ruins on the cliffs abover the river Tigris. The minaret is of the El Rizk Mosque built 1409.  Turkey. 6
  • Remains of medieval Artukid Old Tigris Bridge – Built in 1116 by Artukid Fahrettin Karaaslan, the biggest in Anatolia at the time, with the old town Hasankeyf and its ruins on the cliffs abover the river Tigris. The minaret is of the El Rizk Mosque built 1409.  Turkey. 5
  • Remains of medieval Artukid Old Tigris Bridge – Built in 1116 by Artukid Fahrettin Karaaslan, the biggest in Anatolia at the time, with the old town Hasankeyf and its ruins on the cliffs abover the river Tigris. The minaret is of the El Rizk Mosque built 1409.  Turkey. 4
  • Remains of medieval Artukid Old Tigris Bridge – Built in 1116 by Artukid Fahrettin Karaaslan, the biggest in Anatolia at the time, with the old town Hasankeyf and its ruins on the cliffs abover the river Tigris. The minaret is of the El Rizk Mosque built 1409.  Turkey. 3
  • Remains of medieval Artukid Old Tigris Bridge – Built in 1116 by Artukid Fahrettin Karaaslan, the biggest in Anatolia at the time, with the old town Hasankeyf and its ruins on the cliffs abover the river Tigris. The minaret is of the El Rizk Mosque built 1409.  Turkey. 2
  • Remains of medieval Artukid Old Tigris Bridge – Built in 1116 by Artukid Fahrettin Karaaslan, the biggest in Anatolia at the time, with the old town Hasankeyf and its ruins on the cliffs abover the river Tigris. The minaret is of the El Rizk Mosque built 1409.  Turkey. 1
  • The medieval town and cliffs Rab. Rab Island, Craotia
  • The medieval town and cliffs Rab. Rab Island, Craotia
  • The medieval town and cliffs Rab. Rab Island, Craotia
  • The medieval town and cliffs Rab. Rab Island, Craotia
  • The medieval town and cliffs Rab. Rab Island, Craotia
  • The medieval town and cliffs Rab. Rab Island, Craotia
  • The medieval town and cliffs Rab. Rab Island, Craotia
  • The medieval town and cliffs Rab. Rab Island, Craotia
  • The medieval town and cliffs Rab. Rab Island, Craotia
  • The medieval town and cliffs Rab. Rab Island, Craotia
  • The medieval town and cliffs Rab. Rab Island, Craotia
  • The medieval town and cliffs Rab. Rab Island, Craotia
  • The medieval town and cliffs Rab. Rab Island, Craotia
  • The medieval town and cliffs Rab. Rab Island, Craotia
  • The medieval town and cliffs Rab. Rab Island, Craotia
  • Garden in Beli hill town overlooking the harbour & cliffs, Cres Island, Croatia
  • Garden in Beli hill town overlooking the harbour & cliffs, Cres Island, Croatia

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