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746-91701 - Milestone (Kursaechsische Ganzmeilensaeule) dating back to the Electorate of Saxony, Replica. The medieval town and spa Bad Langensalza in Thuringia. Europe, Central Europe, Germany
1350-6282 - A split shot of diver taken from Capodacqua lake, in Abruzzo (Italy). Half dome is in the water depicting the submerged ruins of the middle-age mills, the other half is above water surface, showing the ancient paint factory located on the shore of the lake and, further away, the scenery of the mountains of the Tirino Valley.
746-90484 - The parish church of San Maurizio, unusual architecture with two apses, decorated with three successive campaigns of frescoes between 1050 and 1486. Roccaforte, Ligurian Alps, Cuneo, Piedmont, Italy, Europe
746-90485 - The parish church of San Maurizio, unusual architecture with two apses, decorated with three successive campaigns of frescoes between 1050 and 1486. Roccaforte, Ligurian Alps, Cuneo, Piedmont, Italy, Europe
746-90482 - The parish church of San Maurizio, unusual architecture with two apses, decorated with three successive campaigns of frescoes between 1050 and 1486. Roccaforte, Ligurian Alps, Cuneo, Piedmont, Italy, Europe
746-90547 - The kiss of Judas by Giuseppe Rungaldier (1926) Brotherhood of Saints Augustine and Monica. Exit from the cathedral.The Good Friday Procession in Savona is a religious event, which dates back to 1200 AD in the Middle Ages. Savona; Liguria; Italy.
746-90546 - Christ falls under the cross (17th century Neapolitan school) Confraternity of Saints Peter and CatherineThe Good Friday Procession in Savona is a religious event, which dates back to 1200 AD in the Middle Ages. Savona; Liguria; Italy.
746-90483 - The parish church of San Maurizio, unusual architecture with two apses, decorated with three successive campaigns of frescoes between 1050 and 1486. Roccaforte, Ligurian Alps, Cuneo, Piedmont, Italy, Europe
746-90545 - Christ falls under the cross (17th century Neapolitan school) Confraternity of Saints Peter and CatherineThe Good Friday Procession in Savona is a religious event, which dates back to 1200 AD in the Middle Ages. Savona; Liguria; Italy.
832-393513 - Tomba dei Giocolieri Tomb of the Jugglers or Tomb of the Jugglers with frescoes from the 6th century BC, Etruscan Monterozzi Necropolis, Tarquinia, Viterbo Province, Lazio Region Latium, Italy, Europe
832-393523 - Tomba dei Baccanti Tomb of the Bacchants with frescoes from the 6th century BC, Etruscan Monterozzi Necropolis, Tarquinia, Viterbo Province, Lazio Region Latium, Italy, Europe
1350-2688 - Verges, a small town in the Northeast of Catalonia (Spain), during Easter celebrates the Procession of Verges with skeletons dancing on the sound of a drum, Roman soldiers, known as the 'Manages', and a representation of the life and crucifixion of Jesus Christ. The Procession features the Dance of Death, a tradition from the Middle Age associated with epidemics and plagues and the only one remaining in Spain Ten skeletons dance to the beat of a drum to remember that no one is exempt of death. The backdrop of the medieval walls and towers of Verges is key to this macabre staging.
1350-2693 - Verges, a small town in the Northeast of Catalonia (Spain), during Easter celebrates the Procession of Verges with skeletons dancing on the sound of a drum, Roman soldiers, known as the 'Manages', and a representation of the life and crucifixion of Jesus Christ. The Procession features the Dance of Death, a tradition from the Middle Age associated with epidemics and plagues and the only one remaining in Spain Ten skeletons dance to the beat of a drum to remember that no one is exempt of death. The backdrop of the medieval walls and towers of Verges is key to this macabre staging.
1350-2692 - Verges, a small town in the Northeast of Catalonia (Spain), during Easter celebrates the Procession of Verges with skeletons dancing on the sound of a drum, Roman soldiers, known as the 'Manages', and a representation of the life and crucifixion of Jesus Christ. The Procession features the Dance of Death, a tradition from the Middle Age associated with epidemics and plagues and the only one remaining in Spain Ten skeletons dance to the beat of a drum to remember that no one is exempt of death. The backdrop of the medieval walls and towers of Verges is key to this macabre staging.
1350-2695 - Verges, a small town in the Northeast of Catalonia (Spain), during Easter celebrates the Procession of Verges with skeletons dancing on the sound of a drum, Roman soldiers, known as the 'Manages', and a representation of the life and crucifixion of Jesus Christ. The Procession features the Dance of Death, a tradition from the Middle Age associated with epidemics and plagues and the only one remaining in Spain Ten skeletons dance to the beat of a drum to remember that no one is exempt of death. The backdrop of the medieval walls and towers of Verges is key to this macabre staging.
1350-2690 - Verges, a small town in the Northeast of Catalonia (Spain), during Easter celebrates the Procession of Verges with skeletons dancing on the sound of a drum, Roman soldiers, known as the 'Manages', and a representation of the life and crucifixion of Jesus Christ. The Procession features the Dance of Death, a tradition from the Middle Age associated with epidemics and plagues and the only one remaining in Spain Ten skeletons dance to the beat of a drum to remember that no one is exempt of death. The backdrop of the medieval walls and towers of Verges is key to this macabre staging.
1350-2691 - Verges, a small town in the Northeast of Catalonia (Spain), during Easter celebrates the Procession of Verges with skeletons dancing on the sound of a drum, Roman soldiers, known as the 'Manages', and a representation of the life and crucifixion of Jesus Christ. The Procession features the Dance of Death, a tradition from the Middle Age associated with epidemics and plagues and the only one remaining in Spain Ten skeletons dance to the beat of a drum to remember that no one is exempt of death. The backdrop of the medieval walls and towers of Verges is key to this macabre staging.
1350-2687 - Verges, a small town in the Northeast of Catalonia (Spain), during Easter celebrates the Procession of Verges with skeletons dancing on the sound of a drum, Roman soldiers, known as the 'Manages', and a representation of the life and crucifixion of Jesus Christ. The Procession features the Dance of Death, a tradition from the Middle Age associated with epidemics and plagues and the only one remaining in Spain Ten skeletons dance to the beat of a drum to remember that no one is exempt of death. The backdrop of the medieval walls and towers of Verges is key to this macabre staging.
1350-2689 - Verges, a small town in the Northeast of Catalonia (Spain), during Easter celebrates the Procession of Verges with skeletons dancing on the sound of a drum, Roman soldiers, known as the 'Manages', and a representation of the life and crucifixion of Jesus Christ. The Procession features the Dance of Death, a tradition from the Middle Age associated with epidemics and plagues and the only one remaining in Spain Ten skeletons dance to the beat of a drum to remember that no one is exempt of death. The backdrop of the medieval walls and towers of Verges is key to this macabre staging.
1350-2696 - Verges, a small town in the Northeast of Catalonia (Spain), during Easter celebrates the Procession of Verges with skeletons dancing on the sound of a drum, Roman soldiers, known as the 'Manages', and a representation of the life and crucifixion of Jesus Christ. The Procession features the Dance of Death, a tradition from the Middle Age associated with epidemics and plagues and the only one remaining in Spain Ten skeletons dance to the beat of a drum to remember that no one is exempt of death. The backdrop of the medieval walls and towers of Verges is key to this macabre staging.
1350-2697 - Verges, a small town in the Northeast of Catalonia (Spain), during Easter celebrates the Procession of Verges with skeletons dancing on the sound of a drum, Roman soldiers, known as the 'Manages', and a representation of the life and crucifixion of Jesus Christ. The Procession features the Dance of Death, a tradition from the Middle Age associated with epidemics and plagues and the only one remaining in Spain Ten skeletons dance to the beat of a drum to remember that no one is exempt of death. The backdrop of the medieval walls and towers of Verges is key to this macabre staging.
1350-2694 - Verges, a small town in the Northeast of Catalonia (Spain), during Easter celebrates the Procession of Verges with skeletons dancing on the sound of a drum, Roman soldiers, known as the 'Manages', and a representation of the life and crucifixion of Jesus Christ. The Procession features the Dance of Death, a tradition from the Middle Age associated with epidemics and plagues and the only one remaining in Spain Ten skeletons dance to the beat of a drum to remember that no one is exempt of death. The backdrop of the medieval walls and towers of Verges is key to this macabre staging.