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*CAPERNAUM, ISRAEL~JESUS: was confronted by a demoniac while teaching here (Mark Jesus healed the servant of the centurion. This Roman official was credited with building the synagogue (Luke In this synagogue, Jesus gave sermon on the bread of life (John Ancient Ruins, Ancient History, Jerusalem, Places To Travel, Places To See, Arte Judaica, Naher Osten, Israel Travel, Israel Trip

CAPERNAUM, ISRAEL - Jesus was confronted by a demoniac while teaching here (Mark 1:21-27). Jesus healed the servant of the centurion. This Roman official was credited with building the synagogue (Luke 7:3). In this synagogue, Jesus gave sermon on the bread of life (John 6:35-59).

Buckley Nunn art deco moderne men's store, Bourke St, Melbourne, c First floor window were in front of The Espresso Bar. Melbourne Architecture, Architecture Old, Melbourne Suburbs, Victoria Australia, Melbourne Victoria, Art Deco Buildings, Art Deco Home, Melbourne Australia, Australia Map

Our greatest remaining skyscraper from the 30s?

Another great building, but not a scraper. Text from Walking Melbourne The National Trust guide to the historic and architectural landmarks of central...

Swanston Street Melbourne Victoria c. 1858 (Property of State Library Victoria) Australia Tourism, Australia Day, Victoria Australia, Melbourne Australia, Melbourne Suburbs, Melbourne Victoria, Historical Pictures, Old Photos, Paris Skyline

Swanston Street

Circa 1858, this albumen silver photographic print shows an elevated view looking down street with buildings on either side, and with horses and carts parked at the side of the street. Learn more about this image, or download a hi-res copy, by visiting our catalogue: handle.slv.vic.gov.au/10381/73897

Victoria is the most urbanized and second most populated in state in the Commonwealth of Australia. Victoria is bounded by Tasmania in the south, South Australia in the west, and New South Wales in the north. Melbourne Victoria, Victoria Australia, Australian Vintage, Australian Architecture, Melbourne Australia, Melbourne Cbd, South Australia, St Kilda, Historical Photos

Melbourne, The Streets, The People and Fashion : Melbourne Photos - Melbourne, Victorian & Australian Architecture Topics

Victoria is the most urbanized and second most populated in state in the Commonwealth of Australia. Victoria is bounded by Tasmania in the south, South Australia in the west, and New South Wales in the north. Melbourne Victoria, Victoria Australia, Melbourne Australia, Australia Travel, South Australia, Historical Photos, Old Photos, Great Places, Arcade

The incredible Cole's Book Arcade

299 Bourke Street (second store and current street number) opened in 1883 Collins Street extension in 1906 Closed in 1929

Melbourne, Flinders Street Station, 1917 (Burton Holmes Historical Collection) (Looking out from the station) Melbourne Victoria, Victoria Australia, Melbourne Australia, Australia Travel, Alter Ego, Melbourne Architecture, Vintage Photographs, Historical Photos, Old Photos

Village Green: Striking Images Reclaim the Urban Memory

Every now and then we are privileged to come across strikingly evocative art that is powerful enough to change our perspective on the w...

Save the Date cards Vintage Postcard Flinders Lane Melbourne Victoria Australia (City) Melbourne Girl, Melbourne Cbd, Melbourne Victoria, Australia Tourism, Victoria Australia, Melbourne Australia, Australia Wallpaper, World Images, The Beautiful Country

Flinders Lane Tour : Buildings and Architecture - Melbourne, Victorian & Australian Architecture Topics

Looking Sth along Swanston Street from Bourke St intersection circa To the left of the horse cart is the Carlton cable tram, R is the original two storey Leviathan building, demolished circa 1911 for today's 5 storey structure. Melbourne Victoria, Victoria Australia, Melbourne Australia, Brisbane, Melbourne Street, Historical Images, Great Barrier Reef, Cairns, Old Photos

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The Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences is Australia's contemporary museum for excellence and innovation in applied arts and sciences.

Melbourne was surveyed and named on March in honour of the British Prime Minister, Lord Melbourne. Here's a very early Melbourne photo - Bourke Street, looking west from Spring Street, Photographer: Richard Daintree. State Library of Victoria Image Melbourne Victoria, Victoria Australia, Melbourne Suburbs, Melbourne Australia, Brisbane, Melbourne Cbd, Melbourne Street, Historical Pictures, Tasmania

Bourke Street, Melbourne [ca. 1858] - Richard Daintree, (1832-1878 ) & Antoine Fauchery, (1823-1861) photographer

Buxton's stationery store, Swanston Street, site of a major exhibition by the Australian Impressionists in August It included 183 works, with the majority by Tom Roberts Charles Conder and Arthur Streeton Melbourne Victoria, Victoria Australia, Australian Architecture, Floor Art, History Education, World Images, Australian Artists, Old Buildings, Historical Pictures

Buxton's stationery store, Swanston Street, site of a major exhibition by the Australian Impressionists in August 1889. It included 183 works, with the majority by Tom Roberts (62), Charles Conder (46) and Arthur Streeton (40).

Swanston Street from Princes Bridge - behind the spireless (added St Paul's is Cathedral Hotel (demolished 1968 for City Square). Mansard roof on L is M A Alexander Building (demolished Melbourne Suburbs, Melbourne Cbd, Melbourne Victoria, Victoria Australia, Melbourne Australia, Brisbane, Van Diemen's Land, White City, Historical Architecture

Vintage Melbourne in Black & White

Historic Swanston Street in glorious black & white, from southern end to northern end. The early years. Part 1 King Edward VII Arch, one of many...