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The Janissary corp overthrows Sultan Osman II.
Scene from the encounter of the Voivode of Caramania with other Ottoman officials at his residence.
Albanian family traveling.
Map of Greece with the western shores of Asia Minor. On the lower part a map of Istanbul is provided as well.
Map of Greece with the western shores of Asia Minor. On the lower part a the map of Istanbul is provided as well.
The costumes of the Ottoman army, after the abolition of the Janissary corp in 1826.
View of Istanbul from Maiden's Tower. In the foreground imperial boats are departing from Topkapi Palace. In the first view, the Ottoman Sultan; in the second, some Ottoman princes.
View of Kara ağaç on the shore of the Golden Horn.
View of the Ottoman shipyards of Kasımpaşa on the Golden Horn.
View of Tophane.
The Temple of Poseidon in Sounio.
Landscape in Olympia. In the background Alfeios river.
The armor bazaar in the Grand Bazaar in Istanbul.
Costumes of Parga, Preveza, Vonitsa and Lefkada.
Man from Persia in summer dress. Kurdish man bearing shield and club.
Portrait of Nadir-Schah of Persia (1698 -1747).
Portait of Karim Han, of Persia.
Portrait of Shah Mohammad Ali Han of Persia (1760-1779).
Ruins of a square building at the ancient walls of Lefkada.
Albanians in the Morea.
Infr. Officer of Janissaries. Greek sailor.
Via Dolorosa in Jerusalem.
The Pools of Solomon near Bethlehem. The Chuch of the Nativity in Bethlehem.
View of Hebron. In the background the monument in Herodian architecture which houses the Cave of the Patriarchs, where Abraham, Sarah, Isaac, Rebecca, Jacob and Leah are buried. The Valley of Jericho. View of the Dead Sea.
View of Mount Athos.
Monument built on the site of the barrack where according to tradition Peter the Great stayed at during his visit to Derbent in modern-day Daguestan, in 1822.
Worshipers at the Ateshgah (Fire temple of Baku).
Map of Peloponnese with the Ionian islands and part of Central Greece.
The myth of Perseus. In Ethiopia, Perseus is saving Andromeda from the sea monster Kitos. On the right, Andromeda's parents, and their guards. The myth has certain references to Peloponnese, for Perseus was originally from Argos and he founded the city of Mycenae.