lunes, 8 de marzo de 2010

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Galería de Hans Ollermann

Queen Hatshepsut (1479-1458 B.C.)


2000 07 Bijna mystieke Hatsjepsut zaal in het Metropolitan Museum of Art


2000 07 Bijna mystieke Hatsjepsut zaal in het Metropolitan Museum of Art por Hans Ollermann.
The almost mystic Hatsjepsut Room in the Metropolitan.

2000 06 Een drietal Hatsjepsut beelden in het Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York


2000 06 Een drietal Hatsjepsut beelden in het Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York por Hans Ollermann.
Three statues of Hatsjepsut in my favourite museum: the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

2000 20 Sfinx van Hatsjepsut, Metropolitan Museum


2000 20 Sfinx van Hatsjepsut, Metropolitan Museum por Hans Ollermann.
Sfinx van Hatsjepsut in my favourite museum, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

2004_0315_141312aa Hatsjepsut


2004_0315_141312aa Hatsjepsut por Hans Ollermann.

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L'Angelo Misterioso disse:

I love her eternal smile!
Postado 13 meses atrás.

2004_0831_120146AA Obelisk van Thoetmosis III, Piazza San Giovanni, Rome



2004_0831_120146AA Obelisk van Thoetmosis III, Piazza San Giovanni, Rome por Hans Ollermann.
03 The square in front of the Lateran Palace in Rome has the highest ancient Egyptian obelisk, that has survived 33 centuries: 32,18 m high !.
The obelisk was built by Pharaoh Thutmosis III in Karnak, and ca 2300 years later placed in the Circus Maximus before being re-erected in its current place.
King Tuthmosis III is regarded as one of the greatest pharaohs who ever reigned. He became pharao when Queen Hatsjepsut, a daughter of his father, died.

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Ray_Flynn Pro User disse:

Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Obelisks of Rome, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

2000 21


2000 21 por Hans Ollermann.
The famous Hatsjepsut Room in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York (2000)

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