Religious practices (1128 Subjects)
Muslim pilgrim to Mecca.
Fountain at the inner court of Sultan Hasan mosque in Cairo.
The artist's room in the Armenian monastery (possibly Saint James'), in which she stayed during her visit to Jerusalem.
The inner court of the Church of the Holy Sepulchre at Jerusalem.
Entrance to the Cathedral of Seville.
Chapel at Jerónimos monastery, Lisbon.
The Observatory of Athens and the church of Hagia Marina.
The cathedral church of Athens (Metropolis) seen from the Acropolis.
Monastery of Daphni.
View of the Monastery of Saint Catherine on Mount Sinai.
Chapel of the Burning Bush of Moses at the Monastery of Saint Catherine on Mount Sinai.
The tomb of Saint Catherine at the Monastery of Saint Catherine on Mount Sinai.
Mount Moses (Mount Sinai), where according to tradition God gave Moses the Ten Commandments.
Rock of Meribah on Mount Choreb; according to tradition, this was the rock out of which issued water when it was struck by Moses.
Facade of the church of the Holy Sepulchre at Jerusalem.
Map of Jerusalem showing the main pilgrim sites.
Celebrations on Pentecost day at Kaisariani, Athens.
The Grand Mosque of Bursa. In the background, Mount Uludag (Mysian Olympus).
The mausoleums of Osman I and his son Orhan at Bursa. In the background, Mount Uludag (Mysian Olympus).
Left: Tekije (lodge) of Sheikh Uftade at the mosque of the same name. Right: Yer Gate at the castle of Bursa.
Mosque of Mehmed I or Green Mosque, Bursa. In the background, Mount Uludag (Mysian Olympus).
The mosque of Emir Sultan at Bursa.
Left: Mausoleum of dervish Geykli Baba at Bursa. Upper right: Mausoleum of Bayezit I. Lower right: Şehadet mosque at Bursa.
Left: Mosque and tekije (dervish lodge) of Mola Fenari at Bursa. Right: Mosque of Üç Kuzular at Bursa.
Left: Monument to Bayezid Pasha. Right: Minaret of the mosque of Timurtas or Demirtas, official of the Ottoman army under Murad I and Bayezid I.