21 Amazing Images of Medieval Structures

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National Geographic photographer, Jim Richardson once said, “If you want to be a better photographer, stand in front of more interesting stuff.” There's certainly an element of truth to that that these photographs of medieval structures serve to demonstrate. If you are lucky enough to have some of your own, post them in the comments!


Scotland by Moyan_Brenn, on Flickr


El claustre de Lluçà / Lluçà cloister by SBA73, on Flickr


Lobby / Vestíbulo by . SantiMB ., on Flickr


L'antic poble de Santa Creu / Abandoned medieval village by SBA73, on Flickr


Columnes i pilars / Columns & pilars by SBA73, on Flickr


No pensava veure mai aquest sostre finalitzat… by SBA73, on Flickr


Valencia by Andy Reis, on Flickr


Casas Colgadas – Cuenca (Explorer) by Gabriel Villena, on Flickr


Schweriner Schloss in the Evening Sun by saturn ♄, on Flickr


Beget. by www.jordiarmengol.net (Xip), on Flickr


Pont de Besalú by www.jordiarmengol.net (Xip), on Flickr


France, Château de Beynac Exit by Vincent van der Pas, on Flickr


king's college chapel, cambridge 1446-1515. by seier+seier, on Flickr


Neu i vent a La Mola / Snow and wind in La Mola by SBA73, on Flickr


La medida humana by caracolquiscol, on Flickr


El pont de Beget / The bridge of Beget by SBA73, on Flickr


Pals by ٭٭ NơƐണí ٭٭, on Flickr


The Cathedral of Siena by Niels J. Buus Madsen, on Flickr


Step and Repeat by jurvetson, on Flickr


Benvinguts al segle X / Welcome to the X Century by SBA73, on Flickr




Cirque de navacelle : ancient medieval back alley by tibchris, on Flickr

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11 thoughts on “21 Amazing Images of Medieval Structures

  1. Yukon Binoculars

    Very beautiful pictures. I didn’t visit such beautiful places that’s y i don’t have such beautiful photographs. Wishing to visit such places in future and get some cool photographs and share it with my friends and with world and past them in my diary.

  2. Prati Photography

    Here are some shots from my visit to Hampi, in south India. The Hampi ruins are a UNESCO World Heritage Site, listed as the “Group of Monuments at Hampi”.

    [img]http://www.flickr.com/photos/pratiphotography/6920950314/in/photostream#/photos/pratiphotography/6920950314/in/photostream/lightbox/[/img]

    [img]http://www.flickr.com/photos/pratiphotography/6795812709/in/set-72157629056969735#/photos/pratiphotography/6795812709/in/set-72157629056969735/lightbox/[/img]

    [img]http://www.flickr.com/photos/pratiphotography/6772019521/in/set-72157629056969735#/photos/pratiphotography/6772019521/in/set-72157629056969735/lightbox/[/img]

    More photos of Medieval structures here:
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/pratiphotography/sets/72157629056969735/

  3. Al Wehrmann

    Here is another of my faves, this time in Siena, Italy:
    [img]http://www.flickr.com/photos/15421875@N08/4743132131/in/set-72157624378197630/[/img]

  4. Henri Charrière

    Just wonderful. Saying that, you can’t help being successful when you have the ultimate in architectural subject matter. The medieval period is the stuff of fantasies, for me at least. The picture of Kings College Chapel, mind blowing, awe inspiring. Loved them all.
    Good job.

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