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Head of the Buddha at Borobudur Java 8th century

The world's largest Buddhist monument draws pilgrims from around Southeast Asia to a remote hilltop in central Java. ... Borobudur was constructed in the eight and ninth centuries during the golden era of ...

Description of a Stupa

The stupa is an important form of Buddhist architecture, though it predates Buddhism. It is generally considered to be a sepulchral monument a place of burial or a receptacle for religious objects. At its simplest, a stupa is a dirt burial mound faced with stone.


Stupa at Borobudur Java 8th Century

The Borobudur monument combines the symbolic forms of the stupa, the temple mountain and the mandala.

A Stupa Chorten in Tibet

Stupa (Chorten in Tibetan) is an important religious monument in Tibet expressing significant religious symbolism and presenting Buddha's physical presence.

Miller Allister: Swaziland

Monument innerwick

Monument on Wagon Hill

Sepia print 10.2 x 7.5cm

Monument at Wagon's Hill

Sepia print 6.1 x 8.9cm

Monument to Inniskilling Fusiliers who fell at Tugela, Deceber 1899-February 1900

Sepia print 6 x 8.7cm

Monument where Col. Long lost 10 guns, Colenso, 15th December 1899. Near this spot on 15th December 1899 the 14th and 66th Field Batteries Royal Artillery came into action during the attack on Colenso.

Sepia print 6 x 8.8cm

Monument where Col. Long los 10 guns, Colenso, 15th December 1899

Sepia print 6 x 8.8cm

Sir Theophilus Shepstone Monument and Town Hall, PMB O M

Sepia print 20.3 x 15.1cm


Monument to the fallen in the Anglo-Boer war, Spion kop, Natal


Monument to the I.L.H Waggon Hill, Natal

The new volunteer monument

The new volunteer monument, Town gardens, Durban

The new volunteer monument

The new volunteer monument, town gardens. durban

Roberts son's monument

Lord Roberts'sons monument, Colenso

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