Volume 21 - Venice-Udine-Trieste, contains color photographs taken in Venice, Udine and Trieste, Italy. Udine's main square, the Piazza della Liberta, contains the Loggia di San Giovanni (16th cent.), with a clock tower; the Gothic town hall (1457); and a lovely fountain (16th cent.). An early 16th century castle, the former seat of the Venetian governors now houses a museum of painting and numismatics and overlooks Udine.
Trieste is an Italian port city located in the northeastern part of Italy on the border with Slovenia, overlooking the Gulf of Trieste at the corner of the Adriatic Sea about 80 miles east of Venice. At one time a part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, Trieste was united with the rest of Italy after the first world war.
This volume also includes photographs taken at the Miramare Castle. The Miramare Castle was constructed in the mid-1800s for Archduke Maximillian of Habsburg, and was his home until he left to become the Emperor of Mexico. Set in beautifully landscaped grounds, the castle is now a popular museum and park. Visitors can visit several of Maximillian's rooms, all of which contain the original furniture commissioned by Maximillian.
Volume 22 - Ireland, contains color photographs taken in Ireland. Photographs include the Cliffs of Moher, Dublin, Trinity College, West coast of Ireland, Boyne River and Newgrange. Newgrange is one of the world's most famous ancient monuments, built around 3150 B. C.