1st century Roman columbarium
1938 (printed on back, possibly year).
“The Loggia dei Cavalieri is one of Treviso’s landmark sights. Standing proudly in Via Martiri della Libertà the beautiful pavilion-like structure was built in the late 1200s as a covered outdoor gathering place for the city’s noblemen. They would spend the evenings playing cards, discussing politics, or enjoying parties within the open-air protection of the arches. ”
Wikipedia in Italian, with photos.
UNKNOWN DEAD, NATIONAL CEMETERY.–One of the most pathetic sights of a trip over the Gettysburg field is the section in the National Cemetery set apart for the unknown. There are 979 that are totally unknown as to name, state or organization. Small markers of marble, as are shown to the right of the illustration, stand at each grave and are simply numbered. To the left is a section of the known dead, where substantial granite slabs serve as headstones. The handsome New York State monument is seen near the center.
The Horticultural Hall was built in 1876 for the Centennial International Exhibition and demolished in 1954. In 1976 the Fairmount Park Horticultural Center was built on the same site.
The Iron Pot is a chunk of rock at the mouth of the Derwent. The lighthouse “is significant for several reasons. It was the first lighthouse built in Tasmania, it is the second oldest lighthouse built in Australia, it is the oldest original tower in Australia, it was the first to utilise a locally made optic, and was the first Australian lighthouse to use solar power.”