Funerary monuments (584 Subjects)
Muslim cemetery on the outskirts of Istanbul.
The Mausoleum of Sultan Suleiman I, at the courtyard of the mosque of Suleiman I, Istanbul.
The Mausoleum of Mahmud II at Üsküdar (Scutari), Istanbul.
Mausoleum of Valdie Gülnar Sultan at Eyup, Istanbul.
The monument of Philopappus at Athens.
Funerary stele of Dexileos.
The Temple of Olympian Zeus seen from the Royal Palace (today Parliament of Greece). In the background, on the right, the monument of Philopappus.
The mausoleums of Osman I and his son Orhan at Bursa. In the background, Mount Uludag (Mysian Olympus).
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.
Muradiye Mosque, Bursa.
The mausoleums of Murad II, prince Mahmud and prince Cem at Muradiye complex, Bursa. Lower left: Part of the Byzantine fortification of the castle of Bursa.
View of Soltaniyeh, Iran. In the background, the mausoleum Il-khan Öljeitü, or Roof of Soltaniyeh.
Mausoleum of Fatema Mæ'sume at Qom, Iran.
Royal funerary chamber at the mausoleum of Fatema Mæ'sume at Qom, Iran.
Funerary chamber of Shah Safi at his mausoleum at Qom, Iran.
Entrance to the tholos tomb of Mycenae.
Landscape at Kidron Valley, Jerusalem. In the background, Absalom's tomb.
The palace and the tomb of Ali Pasha at Ioannina.
Ioannina in 1834.
The castle (right), palace and tomb of Ali Pasha as seen from the island of Ioannina lake.
Cemetery at Sebastopol. This spot was highly important to the British forces in the Crimean war.
Tombs of Mamluk Sultans, Cairo.
The monuments known as tombs of Josaphat, Absalom and Zechariah at Kidron Valley, Jerusalem.
View of Hebron. In the background, the Herodian building housing the Cave of the Patriarchs, resting place of Abraham, Sarah, Isaak, Rebecca, Jacob and Leah according to the Jewish and Muslim traditions.
Tower of Galata, Istanbul. On the foreground, a Muslim cemetery. In the background, on the right, itinerant traders of the city.