Vladimir Korostyshevskiy

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SYRACUSE, ITALY - AUGUST 14 2016: Bronze statue of Archimedes, holding a convex mirror in his right hand, sculpted by Pietro Syracuse Marchese, inaugurated in March 2016.
Winged Genie panel, made from alabaster circa 883–859 BCE, decorated a Neo-Assyrian royal palace of the King Ashur-nasir-pal II near Nimrud, Iraq.
NAPLES, ITALY - JULY 22 2015: 4th century AD Roman sarcophagus depicting the legend of Prometheus creating the first man on display in the Naples National Archaeological Museum.
16th century Sponza Palace in Dubrovnik, Croatia, built in a mixed Gothic and Renaissance style between 1516 and 1522 by Paskoje Milicevic Mihov.
Doors of the Milan Cathedral depicting conquest of Jerusalem by Crusaders
Statue of Hercules
ROME, ITALY - JULY 30 2015: Marble statue of Aphrodite by Cnidus at the Palazzo Altemps. Ancient Roman copy after a Greek original of the 4th century.
Porto, Portugal, August 14, 2017: The cloister walls of Porto's Cathedral are decorated with the traditional Portugese blue and white painted tin-glazed ceramic tiles called Azulejos.
Cathedral of the Assumption in Dubrovnik, Croatia, originated in the 12th century, destroyed in the 1667 earthquake, rebuilt in the Baroque style in 1713.
Mostar, Bosnia, July 28, 2018: Mostar's Old Bridge, an exemplary piece of Islamic architecture, built by the Ottomans in the 16th century,  one of Bosnia and Herzegovina's most recognizable landmarks
Holy Trinity statues in front of the Ursuline Church of the Holy Trinity in Ljubljana, Slovenia, created by Francesco Robba in 1722.
PARMA, ITALY - APRIL 27 2016: 12th-century Romanesque Parma cathedral filled with Renaissance art. Its ceiling fresco by Correggio is considered a masterpiece of Renaissance fresco work.
Column of Marcus Aurelius was erected in AD 180 to commemorate his victories over the barbarian tribes of the Danube. The 20 spirals of the low relief chronicle the German and the Sarmatic wars.
Dubrovnik, Croatia, July 29, 2018: Dubrovnik, Croatia, known as the Pearl of the Adriatic, one of the most prominent tourist destinations in the Mediterranean, a UNESCO World Heritage site.
Hvar, Croatia, July 25, 2018: Club Med 2, a five-masted computer-controlled staysail schooner, sailing in Dalmatia. The ship combines seven computer-operated sails with diesel-electric power.
Statue of HErcules
Quatrefoil patterns on elegant gallery windows of the Doge's Palace in Venice, Italy
Tomar, Portugal, August 12, 2017: Refectory (dining room) in the Convent of Christ in Tomar, Portugal. The convent is a historic and cultural monument and a UNESCO World Heritage site.
The Placid Lake in Albrightsville, Pennsylvania
BROOKLYN, NEW YORK - JUNE 12: The Antique Automobile Association of Brooklyn Spring Dust Off Car Show on June 12, 2011 at Floyd Bennett Field in Brooklyn, New York, USA. Plymouth police car.
Zadar, Croatia, July 23, 2018: The pentagonal Captain's Tower on the Five Wells Square in Zadar, Croatia, built by the Venetians to strengthen the city against Turkish attacks.
Budva, Montenegro, July 30, 2018: Dukley Hotel & Resort on the Budva Riviera.
Basilica of Santa Croce (Basilica of the Holy Cross), Florence, Italy
Zagreb, Croatia, July 22, 2018: Croatians in national costumes celebrating the 52nd International Folklore Festival in Zagreb, Croatia
Marcus Aurelius was Roman Emperor from CE 161 to 180. He ruled with Lucius Verus as co-emperor from 161 until Verus' death in 169.
Lisbon, Portugal, August 6, 2017: Monument to the Discoveries, architect Cottinelli Telmo, sculptor Leopoldo de Almeida, inaugurated in 1960 to commemorate the country's golden age of world expansion
Medieval aqueduct in the Konavle valley in Croatia
Statue of Ban Josip Jelacic, erected by Anton Dominik Fernkorn on the Jelacic square in Zagreb in 1866. Jelacic, a Croatian national hero, had supported Croatian independence during the Hapsburg rule
13th century portal of the St. Lawrence cathedral in Trogir, Croatia, carved by the local architect and sculptor Master Radovan, one of the most monumental pieces of the Dalmatian medieval art.
Statue of Filippo Brunelleschi by Luigi Pampaloni. Brunelleschi was one of the foremost architects and engineers of the Italian Renaissance and engineering the dome of the Florence Cathedral.
The Lisbon Cathedral in Lisbon, Portugal, originated in the 12th century, classified as a National Monument since 1910.
Intricate stone carvings on the walls of the Unfinished Chapels in the 14th century Batalha Monastery in Batalha, Portugal, a prime example of Portuguese Gothic architecture, UNESCO Heritage site
The main entrance of the Convent of Christ in Tomar, Portugal, built in the Manueline style.
Cloisters of the Batalha Monastery, a prime example of Portuguese Gothic architecture, UNESCO World Heritage site, started in 1386 but never actually completed.
Dubrovnik, Croatia, July 31, 2018: Sveti Jakov Beach, one of the most beautiful beaches in Dubrovnik, located in the in the tiny bay offering a distant look to the Lokrum and the Dubrovnik Old Town.
St Blaise's Church in Dubrovnik, Croatia, built in 1715 in the ornate baroque style
Dubrovnik, Croatia, July 31, 2018: Fort of St. John in Dubrovnik, Croatia, dates back to the 16th century, guards the entrance to Dubrovnik's Old Harbor.
Western lowland female gorilla in the Bronx Zoo
BROOKLYN, NEW YORK - JUNE 10: Closeup of the 1932 Chrysler hood ornament at the Antique Automobile Association of Brooklyn Annual Show on June 10, 2012 in Brooklyn, New York, USA.
Statue of Glory rewarding Valor and Genius on the Rua Augusta Arch in Lisbon, Portugal, a symbol of the city's recovery from the 1755 earthquake, sculpted by Celestin Anatole Calmels in 1875.
Wall decor at the Hatshepsut Temple, Egypt
MERIDA, MEXICO - DECEMBER 30 2016: Museum Fernando Garcia Ponce Macay and the San Ildefonso Cathedral in Merida, Yucatan, Mexico.
Three-dimensional masks at the corner of the Thousand Warriors temple in Chichen Itza, believed to be the Ancient Mayan god of rain and lightning Chac.
Statue of Ban Josip Jelacic, erected by Anton Dominik Fernkorn on the Jelacic square in Zagreb in 1866. Jelacic, a Croatian national hero, had supported Croatian independence during the Hapsburg rule
Cefalu's Cathedral, one of the most interesting buildings in Sicily, originated by the Norman King Roger II, consecrated in 1267. Reflects Norman, Latin, Greek, and Arab architectural influences.
Statue of Dubrovnik poet Ivan Gundulic sculpted by Ivan Rendic in 1893.
Porto, Portugal, August 14, 2017: The cloister walls of Porto's Cathedral are decorated with the traditional Portugese blue and white painted tin-glazed ceramic tiles called Azulejos.
13th century portal of the St. Lawrence cathedral in Trogir, Croatia, carved by the local architect and sculptor Master Radovan, one of the most monumental pieces of the Dalmatian medieval art.
Portuguese porcelain souvenirs on a local flea market in Lisbon
Medieval Batalha Monastery in Batalha, Portugal, a prime example of Portuguese Gothic architecture, UNESCO World Heritage site, started in 1386 but never actually completed.
Entrance to the Zadar Cathedral of St. Anastasia in Zadar, Croatia, constructed in the Romanesque style during the 12th and 13th centuries.
Downtown Miami skyline
Engraving on the side of the Federal Building  that shows a praying George Washington
Details of the facade of the 14th century Batalha Monastery in Batalha, Portugal, a prime example of Portuguese Gothic architecture, UNESCO World Heritage site.
Well-preserved medieval hilltop Castle of Obidos located in the Portuguese district of Leiria.
Ancient Mayan stone wall of the Great Ball Court in Chichen Itza
Mansion in Newport, Rhode Island
Ornament details of the 16th century Sponza Palace in Dubrovnik, Croatia, built in a mixed Gothic and Renaissance style between 1516 and 1522 by Paskoje Milicevic Mihov.
Fort of St. John in Dubrovnik, Croatia, dates back to the 16th century, guards the entrance to Dubrovnik's Old Harbor.
Dubrovnik, Croatia, July 29, 2018: Main altar of the Franciscan Church and Monastery in Dubrovnik, Croatia with the resurrected Christ statue created by the sculptor Celia from Ancona in 1713.
Dubrovnik, Croatia, July 31, 2018: Fort of St. John in Dubrovnik, Croatia, dates back to the 16th century, guards the entrance to Dubrovnik's Old Harbor.
Korcula, Croatia, August 1, 2018: Korcula, a historic fortified town on the Adriatic island of Korcula in Croatia
Tomar, Portugal, August 10, 2017: Interior of the 15th-century Church of St. John the Baptist, built by King Manuel I in the Manueline style.
Medieval statue of Saint Peter the Martyr with a hatchet in his head decorating the facade of the Cremona Cathedral.
Zadar, Croatia, July 23, 2018: Zadar Cathedral of St. Anastasia in Zadar, Croatia, constructed in the Romanesque style during the 12th and 13th centuries.
Head of an Ancient Greek statue
Zagreb, Croatia, July 22, 2018: Croatian folk dancers in traditional clothing, performing on the Ban Jelacic Square during the 52nd International Folklore Festival in Zagreb, Croatia
Lagos, Portugal, August 18, 2017: Kayak boats exploring the Ponta da Piedade rock formations near Lagos, Portugal
REYKJAVIK, ICELAND - APRIL 15 2017: Statue of Leif Eriksson, the best known Viking to have explored North America, erected in Reykjavik, Iceland in 1932, sculpted Alexander Stirling Calder.
CATANIA, ITALY - AUGUST 17 2016: Baroque ceiling fresco in one of the rooms of the Benedictine Monastery of San Nicolo l'Arena in Catania, Sicily, Italy
Postojna cave, one of its top tourism sites in Slovenia.
Cefalu's Cathedral, one of the most interesting buildings in Sicily, originated by the Norman King Roger II, consecrated in 1267. Reflects Norman, Latin, Greek, and Arab architectural influences.
Monastery of San Bernardine of Siena in Valladolid, Yucatan, Mexico was the first church constructed on American soil, starting 1552, completed in 1560.
REYKJAVIK, ICELAND - APRIL 9 2017: Statue of Leif Eriksson, the best known Viking to have explored North America, erected in Reykjavik, Iceland in 1932, sculpted Alexander Stirling Calder.
ROME, ITALY - JULY 30 2015: Ancient Roman Ludovisi Battle sarcophagus at Palazzo Altemps, dating to 260 AD, is known for its densely populated composition of the battle between Romans and Goths.
MERIDA, MEXICO - DECEMBER 30 2016: The Government Palace in Merida, a typical Spanish colonial-era building, inaugurated in 1892, a popular tourist destination.
REYKJAVIK, ICELAND - APRIL 15 2017: An exhibit depicting the interior of an earlier Icelandic home in the National Museum of Iceland, established in 1863.
Vidgelmir lava tube situated in the Hallmundarhraun lava field in west Iceland
The Madonna della Rocca church, originated in the 12th century, restored in 1600, stands on a small mountain overlooking the town of Taormina in Sicily, Italy
15th century statue of Bartolomeo Colleoni the famous condottiere or commander of mercenaries in Venice, Italy
Lisbon, Portugal, August 6, 2017:  Jazz band performing on a street in Lisbon, Portugal
MERIDA, MEXICO - DECEMBER 30 2016: Plaza Grande in Merida is one of the nicest plazas in Mexico, surrounded by the town's oldest buildings, including the 16th century cathedral.
REYKJAVIK, ICELAND - APRIL 15 2017: Icelandic Phallological Museum, founded in 1997, houses the world's largest display of penises and penile parts.
17th century fountain on the Piazza del Duomo in Taormina, Sicily, Italy
Equestrian statue of the Venetian general Gattamelata (Erasmo da Narni) in Padua, Italy. Cast in 1453 by Donatello, was the first full-size equestrian bronze cast since antiquity.
TURIN, ITALY - APRIL 25 2016: Torre Intesa Sanpaolo in Turin, Italy is a skyscraper as well as the headquarters for the banking group Intesa Sanpaolo. The building is the second tallest in the city.
Dubrovnik, Croatia, July 31, 2018: Kayaking is very popular among the tourists visiting Dubrovnik.
Dubrovnik, Croatia, July 31, 2018: Kayaking is very popular among the tourists visiting Dubrovnik.
Dubrovnik, Croatia, known as the Pearl of the Adriatic, one of the most prominent tourist destinations in the Mediterranean, a UNESCO World Heritage site.
Cathedral of the Assumption in Dubrovnik, Croatia, originated in the 12th century, destroyed in the 1667 earthquake, rebuilt in the Baroque style in 1713.
Ornament details of the 16th century Sponza Palace in Dubrovnik, Croatia, built in a mixed Gothic and Renaissance style between 1516 and 1522 by Paskoje Milicevic Mihov.
Ornament details of the 16th century Sponza Palace in Dubrovnik, Croatia, built in a mixed Gothic and Renaissance style between 1516 and 1522 by Paskoje Milicevic Mihov.
Fortress Bokar in Dubrovnik, Croatia, started in 1461, completed to its preset state in 1570, considered to be an example of harmonious and functional fortification architecture.
Dubrovnik, Croatia, July 29, 2018: Revelin Fort in Dubrovnik, Croatia, completed in 1549 and survived the 1667 earthquake intact.
Dubrovnik, Croatia, known as the Pearl of the Adriatic, one of the most prominent tourist destinations in the Mediterranean, a UNESCO World Heritage site.
Medieval fortress of Lovrijenac a.k.a Fort Lawrence in Dubrovnik, Croatia, rebuilt after the 1667 earthquake. The fort is one of Dubrovnik's major tourist attractions.
Dubrovnik, Croatia, July 29, 2018: Gunduliceva poljana, Dubrovnik's main market, still plays a vital role in town's daily life, both in terms of shopping and general day-to-day social interaction.
Dubrovnik, Croatia, July 31, 2018: Onofrio's Fountain, located at the entrance to the Dubrovnik's Old Town, built in 1438 by the Italian architect Onofrio from Cava.
Dubrovnik, Croatia, July 31, 2018: The Dubrovnik Old Town Harbor is a part of the town's 15th century fortification and once acted as a hub for Dubrovnik’s trading fleet from all over the world.
The saltworks of Ston, Croatia, established in the 13th century and still harvesting the salt from the sea in a traditional manner.
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