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Mostar, the Old Bidge over the Neretva river, Bosnia and Herzegovina Featured Empire Architecture Print

Mostar, the Old Bidge over the Neretva river, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Old Bridge (Stari Most) reflected in Neretva River, Bosnia and Hercegovina, at dusk, long exposure. The bridge is a famous tourist destination and was destroyed in the Bosnian War in 1993 but rebuilt ten years later.
Mostar was named after the bridge keepers (mostari) who in the medieval times guarded the Stari Most (Old Bridge) over the Neretva. The Old Bridge, built by the Ottomans in the 16th century, is one of Bosnia and Herzegovina's most recognizable landmarks, and is considered one of the most exemplary pieces of Islamic architecture in the Balkans.
In 2005 the Old Bridge Area of the Old City of Mostar was added to the Unesco world heritage list

© 2016 Frans Sellies

EMPIRE STATE BUILDING, 1931. Photographed from the corner of East 34th Street and Madison Avenue by Lewis Hine, soon after its completion in May 1931 Featured Empire Architecture Print

EMPIRE STATE BUILDING, 1931. Photographed from the corner of East 34th Street and Madison Avenue by Lewis Hine, soon after its completion in May 1931

EMPIRE STATE BUILDING, 1931.
Photographed from the corner of East 34th Street and Madison Avenue by Lewis Hine, soon after its completion in May 1931

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1931, American, Architecture, Art Deco, Building, City, Cityscape, Early, Empire State Building, Exterior, Hine, Lewis, North, Sky Line, Sky Scraper, Wickes

Election of Rabbi, at the Synagogue, Great St. Helen's, 1844. Creator: Unknown Featured Empire Architecture Print

Election of Rabbi, at the Synagogue, Great St. Helen's, 1844. Creator: Unknown

Election of Rabbi, at the Synagogue, Great St. Helen's, 1844. Scene at Bishopsgate Street, City of London, when the Reverend Doctor Nathan Marcus Adler was chosen as Orthodox Chief Rabbi of the British Empire. A multitude was present. A din of strange sounds saluted our ear...A strong eastern character was stamped on every countenance. Every man was recognised as a foreigner, and felt to be a Jew...every one spoke of Dr. Adler in terms of kindness. He was said to be a learned man, strongly given to philosophic inquiry, and more deeply affected with the spirituality of religious observances than is usual with the Jews. A revival and a change was therefore looked for, and in that hope we left the company, but not without fear, when, in parting, we learned that the new Rabbi, who lives at Hanover, is under the special patronage of King Ernest'. From "Illustrated London News", 1844, Vol I

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