We love to cruise and this will show our travels. Of course there will also be other photos of non cruise holidays and anything else that takes my fancy.
All photos can be clicked to enlarge.
Here is some info about it from Wikipedia
I am joining Sandee at Comedy Plus for the blog hop.
wow- I would like to see this in person! So much history!
Gosh! My sister has a picture of her and my brother-in-law in front of the Library of Celsus! It hangs over her desk. Its on my bucket list!Love Barb
Beautiful monument! A piece of history for sure! Thanks for sharing and happy Xmas!
What a great capture hard to say after a few wines Have a safetasticated week 😷😷😷
Pretty neat that it is still standing.
Wow, what an impressive library. I too would like to see this in person.Thank you for joining the Wordless Wednesday Blog Hop.Have a fabulous Wordless Wednesday. ♥
That is a great shot. XO
That sure is something!
What an amazing place, thanks for the link to it's history.
These kind of pieces of history are very impressive.I asked myself about what we pass to the future generations and the answer is very unclear...Happy WW and Merry Christmas!
Impressive!!! Imagine all the work that must have gone into building that.
Mum always loves seeing ancient buildings like that.
I love ancient buildings! Until today I did not know that this library once existed.Thank you for the photo!Merry Christmas! ❤️
Very beautiful! Merry Christmas, Love Deborah :) <3
What an amazing place!Merry Christmas, Jackie!
One of the most amazing places I've ever visited. Thanks for reminding me! Happy Christmas!
Very impressive. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year 2021.
Awesome photo for WW ^_^Merry Christmas ~ Happy Holidays,A ShutterBug Explores,aka (A Creative Harbor)
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