Holy Land (380 Subjects)
Jerusalem. Arch of the Ecce Homo. Chapel of the Flagellation. The Praetorium.
The church of the Dormition of the Virgin (Tomb of the Virgin) in Jerusalem.
The chapel of Saint Helen in Jerusalem.
The Aedicule (chapel of the Holy Sepulchre) in the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem.
The Grotto of the Nativity under the Basilica of the Nativity in Bethlehem.
View of Jerusalem from the catholic monastery on Mount of Olives.
View of Jaffa from the sea.
View of Jaffa.
Panoramic view of Ramla.
View of rural area near Ramla.
View of pool in Ramla.
Lamenting women in Ramla.
Remains of church of Saint George in Lydda (Lod).
View of the church of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem.
The cave where Saint Peter wept after denying Jesus. The cave in which the Apostles hid after Jesus was crucified. The pool of Siloam. The spring from which Virgin Mary took water after coming down from Mount Zion.
The tomb of Zechariah. The tomb of Absalom. The cave of Jeremiah. The structure called prison of Jeremiah, according to tradition.
The monuments called Tombs of the Kings in Kidron Valley, Jerusalem.
View of Bethany.
Mount of Olives and the Dead Sea.
The village of John the Baptist (Ein Karem).
Remains, probably of the church built by Saint Helen on the site where the Virgin Mary visited Elisabeth.
Modin, city built by the Maccabees.
The cave in which, according to tradition, Elisabeth hid Saint John from Herod's wrath.
The fountain in which Apostle Philip baptized the eunuch of queen Candace.
Crusader castle near Bethlehem.
Rachel's tomb (138), the tower of Jacob (139), the house of prophet Abbakum, and the house of king David (142).