Bosporus (220 Subjects)
Map of Istanbul, showing some of the city's main sights: A. The Plataean Tripod at the Byzantine Hippodrome B. The Column of Arcadius C. The Patriarchate of Constantinople D. The church of Hagioi Apostoloi, Istanbul. E. Atik Mustafa Pasa Mosque at the area of Vlacherna, initially a church built in the Byzantine era; its original dedication remains unknown. F. Cannons used in Suleiman I's campaigns to Belgrade, Rhodes and Budapest.
Armenian woman of Istanbul. In the background, Kavakia, the fortresses at the junction of the Bosporus with the Black Sea.
Ottoman woman in promenade costume. In the background, Rumeli Hisar (Fortress of Europe).
Tatar woman from Istanbul.
Title page. View of Seraglio Point.
View of Seraglio Point. On the right, the Tower of Galata.
Panoramic view of the western (European) coast of the Bosporus from Kabataş, neighbourhood to the south of Pera, to the Fortress of Europe.
Panoramic view of the western (European) coast of the Bosporus from the Fortress of Europe to the Black Sea.
View of Istanbul from Üsküdar. In the background on the right, the Tower of Galata; on the left, the tower of Leander.
The imperial boat on the Bosporus.
The Fortresses of Europe and Asia (Rumeli Hissari and Anadolu Hissari) on the Bosporus.
The palace of Dolmabahçe, Istanbul.
The prairie of Büyükdere, on the nortwestern coast of the Bosporus.
Panoramic view of Istanbul from the hills of the Bosporus. In the background, the mosque of Sultan Suleiman I.
Seraglio Point from the south: Topkapi Palace, Hagia Sophia, and the Tower of Galata on the right.
The kiosk of Selim III at Bebek, on the European coast of the Bosporus. The Sultan and his officials used the kiosk to receive representatives of foreign nations.
The Anatolian Castle (Anadolu Hisarı) on the Asian coast of the Bosporus.
Landscape at Çubuklu, on the northeastern coast of the Bosporus.
View of the fountain of Ahmed III at Üsküdar.
View of Dolmabahçe Park, where the Palace of Dolmabahçe was built later in the 19th century.
The quarter of Büyükdere on the northwestern coast of the Bosporus.
The junction of the Bosporus and the Black Sea.
Table showing depth fluctuations of the Bosporus waters according to the seasons, as measured from an observation point at Galata.
Map of the Golden Horn, the Bosporus and adjacent area.
View of Istanbul from Üsküdar on the Asian coast of the Bosporus. In the background, on the left, Topkapi Palace, Hagia Sophia and the mosque of Ahmed I. At the centre, the mosque of Suleiman I. On the right the Tower of Galata.
Map of the Bosporus.
Map of Istanbul.
The junction of the Bosporus and Black Sea. On the hill, Yoros castle, also known as Genoese castle, on the Asiatic shore of the Bosporus.