|Kyoto's sacred horse stable at Kamigamo Shrine
|Bahla Fort's horse stalls
|Now an indoor cinema
|Khanate Stables inside the Ark Fortress
|The former Crusade cathedral was used as horse stables by the Arabs.
|Prætorius Square functions as the town’s secondary square and was originally a closed yard behind the Moravian Church’s hotel. Following Kongensgade’s expansion in 1938, the former sta- bles for travellers’ horses were torn down, creating an open square. (nom file)
|City of Luxembourg
|The 14th-century “Tutesall,” was used at the time as a stable. Today, the Tutesall is part of the Neümunster Abbey cultural complex.
|Cordoba Royal Stables (1572)
|Several forts along the Danube had garrisons with equestrian units. These forts therefore had horse stables, like in Zeiselmauer (ID 28a-d). The auxiliary fort in Carnuntum (ID No 31) was an equestrian camp. Remnants of horse stables have been identified in several of the construction phases.
|Near the entrance
|Kitaguchi Hongu Fuji Sangen Jinja has a sacred horse stable.
|6 of the former 300 are left among the church cottages
|Garden Kingdom of Dessau-Wörlitz
|In Wörlitzer Park (18th century)
|Incense Route of the Negev
|Sacred Horse Stable at the entrance to the shrine
|Kladruby nad Labem
|Lednice-Valtice Cultural Landscape
|Stables of the castle of Lednice
|Lower German Limes
|Dormagen: "The fort of Durnomagus provides important evidence for the understanding of cavalry forts: it was here that for the first time, stable pits for horses were attested inside barracks through archaeological excavations. This key feature is essential for understanding the daily life of Roman cavalry soldiers." (Nomination file, p. 107)
|next to Burgtor
|At the Tapada
|At the Karwan in the Fore Castle
|Mantua and Sabbioneta
|Pallazo Té was built at the location of the horse stables of the Gonzaga family. Its main room depicts the favourite horses.
|Stables of Ludwig, Duke of Württemberg (now Rathaus)
|Nikko's sacred stable at Toshogu Shrine
|Old City of Jerusalem
|Orangerie, now a film museum
|Residences of the Royal House of Savoy
|Stables of Emperor Augustus
|The one next to the festival halls and the Neutor served the court stables that - which actually were what are now the Festival Halls, thus the name "Hofstallgasse" or "Court stable lane" for the street.
|Stables and coach-houses
|Studley Royal Park
|"The Palladian Studley Royal House was originally the stables for the Aislabie family's mansion on the Studley Royal estate near Ripon."
|Complex of buildings of the Assumption Monastery stable yard ... During conservation the Stable’s yard regained its initial image which was distorted in Soviet times. At present there are workshops and craftsmen’s stalls, the café “The Tavern”, a small hotel, the stables and a riding hall in the yard. (Nom file)
|Now the "Academie du Spectacle Equestre"
|Hofburg stables of the Lipizzaner horses
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