Palaces (114 Subjects)
The new Royal Palace of Belgrade.
Palace of Ferdinand I of Bulgaria in Sofia.
Royal Palace of Bucharest.
Boudoir of the Queen of Romania.
Peleș Castle near Sinaia.
Quarters of Hans Karl von Diebitsch, Field Marschal of Russia at Eski Saray (Old Palace) of Edirne.
Signing of the treaty of Adrianople at the old Palace of Edirne.
Te Deum (thanksgiving service) for the signing of Edirne treaty at the plain of Edirne Palace.
Rooms prepared for the Sultan in Edirne Palace.
The Court of Lions in Alhambra.
Window in Alhambra.
The Kavak Palace (or Palace of Mehmet Pasha) in Üsküdar, Istanbul.
View of the Pearl Kiosk at Topkapi Palace, Istanbul.
View of the now lost Gate of the Canons (Top Kapisi) of the Ottoman Imperial Palace. Initially called the New Palace, the Imperial Palace of Istanbul was renamed sometime in the early nineteenth-century as Topkapi after this gate.
The departure of the Ottoman Admiral (Kapudan Pasha) from Cebeciler Kiosk at Eminönü, Istanbul.
View of Seraglio Point from Galata Tower.
View of Tophane square in Istanbul. In the background the Imperial Armory and the Mosque of Kılıç Ali Paşa.
The residence of Bostancıbaşı, head gardener and executioner, at Kuruçeşme.
Map of Istanbul.
Serais of Ali Pasha and his two sons in Joannina.
View of Nicolo Argyri's house in Joannina.
Pithoi at the Palace of Knossos, Heraklion.
The Palace of Knossos, Crete. In the background the valley of Kairatos river.
The vestibule to the throne hall at the Palace of Knossos, with the porphyrite vessel.
Relief showing the head of a bulls fom the Palace of Knossos, today at the Archeological Museum of Heraklion, Crete
Small column on which the sign of double axe is engraved, from Knossos Palace, Crete
The fifth storage room of Knossos Palace.
Storage rooms at Knossos Palace, Crete.
The entrance and the north portico of Knossos Palace.
The scale leading to the Queen's quarters at Knossos Palace, Crete.