Golden Horn (137 Subjects)
View of the Topkapi Palace, Istanbul.
Map of Istanbul.
The illumination of New Mosque at Eminönü.
The Sultan Ahmed I Mosque, Istanbul.
Vie of Istanbul from the French Embassy at Pera (Beyoğlu).
View of the Pearl Kiosk, Istanbul.
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.
View of Istanbul, perhaps of the Seraglio Point. While Hagia Sophia and Hagia Irene are clearly depicted, the Top Kapi Palace and the Byzantine walls of the city are missing from the picture.
View of Istanbul from Üsküdar.
The Sultan's boat entering the Golden Horn.
View of Istanbul from Bulgurlu hill at Üsküdar. In the foreground two west European men, one of whom is most probably the author himself, are chatting with Ottoman men.
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 the Golden Horn from Eyüp.
View of Kağıthane on the shores of the Golden Horn.
View of Kara ağaç on the shore of the Golden Horn.
View of Aynalıkavak on the north-eastern shore of the Golden Horn.
View of the Ottoman shipyards of Kasımpaşa on the Golden Horn.
View of Istanbul from Pera (Beyoğlu).
Scene in the Valley of Sweet Waters.
The Eyüp Sultan Mosque, on the western shores of Golden Horn.
Panoramic view of the Golden Horn from Eyüp.
Panoramic view of the Golden Horn from the Muslim cemetery of Eyüp.
View of Istanbul from Bulgurlu hill at Üsküdar, on the Asiatic shores of Bosporus. In the background the Seraglio Point and Pera (Beyoğlu).
View of the New Mosque from the port of Eminönü. In the background the Mosque of Sultan Suleiman I.
View of Istanbul from Okmeydani.
View of the Byzantine walls of Constantinople. The part of the walls depicted is most probably located somewhere in between Ayvansaray and Eyüp.
View of the mosque of Sultan Suleiman I from the Beyazıt Tower, also named Serasker Tower, on Beyazit Square. In the background Pera (Beyoğlu) and the eastern shore of the Golden Horn.