Sicily - Palermo Monte Pellegrino Saint Rosalie's Chapel
Black and white Victorian lantern slide of the Chapel of Saint Rosalie. Saint Rosalie lived a hermit life in the caves of Mount Pallegrino and many miracles were attributed to her such as the end of the plague.. Slide number 23 of Box 106 entitled 'Sicily' Date: circa 1890s
© The Boswell Collection, Bexley Heritage Trust / Mary Evans
1890s, 19th, Attributed, Caves, Century, Chapel, End, Hermit, Historical, History, Island, Italian, Late, Life, Lived, Miracles, Mount, Pallegrino, Plague, Rosalie, Saint, Sicily
Ebbor Gorge, Wookey Hole, c.1920s
A GWR Publicity view of Ebbor Gorge at Wookey Hole in Somerset, c.1920s. This limestone gorge on the outskirts of the Mendip Hills is a nature reserve and is known for its caves and Neolithic and Bronze Age archaeological finds.
© STEAM Museum of the GWR
1920s, Archaeology, Caves, Ebbor Gorge, Limestone, Mendip Hills, Mendips, Nature, Somerset, Wookey Hole
Ganesha of Elephanta Caves
Standing Ganesha sculpture in side Elephanta caves near Mumbai. Elephanta Caves is one of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites of India. This rock cut architecture has been created in 5th to 8th century A.D.
© Ramnath Bhat
629396522, Architecture, Cave, Caves, Color Image, Elephant God, Elephanta, Ganesha, God, Hinduism, India, Indian Culture, Maharashtra, Mumbai, No People, Photography, Sculpture, Travel, Travel Destinations, Unesco, Unesco World Heritage Site, Vertical