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Seminario de San Carlos y San Ambrosio, San Ignacio, Havana: the courtyard

RIBA155362
NOTES: See RIBA146288 for a black and white version of this image.

Seminario de San Carlos y San Ambrosio, San Ignacio, Havana: the staircase

RIBA155363
NOTES: See RIBA146290 for a black and white version of this image.

Objects/symbols associated with the Yoruba god, Chango, unknown location, Havana

RIBA155398
NOTES: These are artifacts photographed by Martin Charles, probably for the book 'Havana, Portrait of a City' by Juliet Barclay (Cassell) published in 1993. See RIBA146479 for a black and white version of this image.

Walkeshwar Temple, Malabar Hill, Mumbai

RIBA157682
NOTES: The Walkeshar Temple complex dates back to 1127 AD, but was destroyed by the Portuguese during their reign over Mumbai in the 16th century. It was rebuilt in 1715. See RIBA131480 for a black and white version of this image.

Walkeshwar Temple, Malabar Hill, Mumbai

RIBA157683
NOTES: The Walkeshar Temple complex dates back to 1127 AD, but was destroyed by the Portuguese during their reign over Mumbai in the 16th century. It was rebuilt in 1715. See RIBA131481 for a black and white version of this image.

Banganga Tank complex, Walkeshwar, Mumbai

RIBA157684
NOTES: The Banganga Tank is a complex of temples, surrounding a water source (the tank), containing water from the Ganges river. It dates back to 1127 AD, but was destroyed by the Portuguese during their reign over Mumbai in the 16th century. The main Walkeshwar Temple was rebuilt in 1715, but many of the structures around the tank have been rebuilt and added to since then. See RIBA131483 for a black and white version of this image.

Banganga Tank complex, Walkeshwar, Mumbai: the southern stepped route to the tank with the Siva temple

RIBA157685
NOTES: The Banganga Tank is a complex of temples, surrounding a water source (the tank), containing water from the Ganges river. It dates back to 1127 AD, but was destroyed by the Portuguese during their reign over Mumbai in the 16th century. The main Walkeshwar Temple was rebuilt in 1715, but many of the structures around the tank have been rebuilt and added to since then. See RIBA131490 for a black and white version of this image.

Banganga Tank complex, Walkeshwar, Mumbai: the gateway to the shrines adjacent to the Siddhaswar temple

RIBA157686
NOTES: The Banganga Tank is a complex of temples, surrounding a water source (the tank), containing water from the Ganges river. It dates back to 1127 AD, but was destroyed by the Portuguese during their reign over Mumbai in the 16th century. The main Walkeshwar Temple was rebuilt in 1715, but many of the structures around the tank have been rebuilt and added to since then. See RIBA131493 for a black and white version of this image.

Banganga Tank complex, Walkeshwar, Mumbai

RIBA157687
NOTES: The Banganga Tank is a complex of temples, surrounding a water source (the tank), containing water from the Ganges river. It dates back to 1127 AD, but was destroyed by the Portuguese during their reign over Mumbai in the 16th century. The main Walkeshwar Temple was rebuilt in 1715, but many of the structures around the tank have been rebuilt and added to since then. See RIBA131494 for a black and white version of this image.

Banganga Tank complex, Walkeshwar, Mumbai

RIBA157688
NOTES: The Banganga Tank is a complex of temples, surrounding a water source (the tank), containing water from the Ganges river. It dates back to 1127 AD, but was destroyed by the Portuguese during their reign over Mumbai in the 16th century. The main Walkeshwar Temple was rebuilt in 1715, but many of the structures around the tank have been rebuilt and added to since then. See RIBA131497 for a black and white version of this image.

Banganga Tank complex, Walkeshwar, Mumbai

RIBA157689
NOTES: The Banganga Tank is a complex of temples, surrounding a water source (the tank), containing water from the Ganges river. It dates back to 1127 AD, but was destroyed by the Portuguese during their reign over Mumbai in the 16th century. The main Walkeshwar Temple was rebuilt in 1715, but many of the structures around the tank have been rebuilt and added to since then. See RIBA131498 for a black and white version of this image.

The Grange, Ramsgate: the oratory

RIBA158995
Pugin, Augustus Welby Northmore (1812-1852)
NOTES: The house was designed by Pugin for himself. These images were taken after its restoration in 2006. See RIBA154559 for a black and white version of this image.
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