P is for Pillars from Around the World

P is for pillar.

A painted statue of a knight in armour on a pillar (or plinth or pedestal) at Conwy Castle in Wales.
A painted statue of a knight in armour on a pillar at Conwy Castle in WalesMarble pillars entwined by dragons near Ha Long (Decending Dragon) Bay in Vietnam.Marble pillars crawling with dragons near Ha Long (Decending Dragon) Bay in VietnamCentral Station in Amsterdam, Holland.Central Station in Amsterdam, HollandA tomb at Glasnevin, a historical Victorian Cemetery in Dublin, Ireland.Glasnevin, a historical Victorian Cemetery in Dublin, IrelandThe least elaborate of the elaborately carved marble pillars in the Jain Temple at Ranakpur in India’s province of Rajasthan.The Jain Temple at Ranakpur in India's province of RajasthanAlso from India, marble pillars in the Delhi Red Fort.Marble Pillars in the Delhi Red Fort, IndiaTourists standing in the red sand-stone pillared hallway of the mosque in Fatehpur Sikri, India.Tourists standing in the pillared hallway of the mosque in Fatehpur Sikri, IndiaCarved stone column in the Parador on the River Sil in northern Spain.A Carved Stone Column in the Parador on the River SilPillars supporting temples at the ruins of Angkor Wat in Cambodia.Pillars supporting a temple at Angkor Wat in CambodiaPillars at Angkor Wat in CambodiaThe Venetian at Las Vegas, USA, with pillars supporting the elaborate arch and a plinth (or pedestal) supporting a winged lion.
the Venetian at Las VegasIntricate detailing on a pillar in the Sule Pagoda, located in a traffic circle in Yangon, Myanmar.Intricate detailing on Sule Pagoda, located in a traffic circle in Yangon, MyanmarCross on a pillar at Castillo de Curiel, a renovated medieval castle that has been converted into a hotel, near Penafiel, Spain.Cross at Castillo de Curiel, a renovated medieval castle that had been converted into a hotelPillars of stone at La Quemada, Meso-American ruins near Guadalajara. The roof they were supporting was probably woven of plant material which has since disappeared.Pillars of stone at La Quemada, Meso-American ruins near Guadalajara. The roof they were supporting was probably woven of plant material which has since disappearedMore on Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: At Least 5 Letters and Starts with P.

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