Religious practices (1128 Subjects)
Church at Oropos where, according to popular legend, the brigand brothers Arvanitakis attended mass together with the British travellers they had taken captive (Dilesi murders, 1870).
Easter ceremony of the Greek church in the Troad. Greek Orthodox believers attend the liturgy of the Resurrection.
Greek Orthodox believers of Istanbul return to their homes from church.
View of Meteora.
Snapshots of the days after the devastating earthquake of Chios in April 1881: 1. Procession 2. Ruins of houses at Aplotaria, main street of the town of Chios. 3. Residents of Chios awaiting the arrival of provisions. 4. Ruins before the Governor's palace.
Consecration of the Greek church of Saint Sophia in London.
The Archbishop of Syra and Tinos.
Monastery of Simonos Petras, Mount Athos.
The church of Hagios Therapon at Mytilene, before it took its definitive form.
The Monastery of Saint John the Theologian on Patmos island.
The cave of Cave of Saint John the Theologian, or Cave of the Apocalypse, on Patmos island.
Niches for votive offerings at the sancturary of Aphrodite on the Sacred Way, which led to Eleusis.
Imaginary depiction of the mosques of Suleiman I and Mehmed II.
View of the remains of the temple of Antoninus and Faustina.
Interior view of S. Stefano Rotondo basilica on Caelian hill, Rome.
Side view of the church of San Lorenzo in Miranda, built on the site of the temple of Antoninus and Faustina in Rome.
View of the interior of Saint Peter's Basilica, Rome.
Interior of the Basilica of San Paolo fuori le Mura (Saint Paul outside the Walls), Rome.
Part of the portico at the Divo Claudio temple complex, Rome.
View of the basilica of San Paolo fuori le Mura (Saint Paul outside the walls), Rome.
View of the mausoleum of Plautius Lucanus family, Rome.
Interior of the church of San Giovanni di Laterano, Rome.
Villa Albani, Rome.
Central nave of Saint Peter's Basilica, Rome.
Interior of the church of Santa Maria degli Angeli, which was built on the site of the thermae of Diocletian.
Muslim itinerant pilgrim.
Dervish of the Kalenderi order.