Ottoman architecture (455 Subjects)
View of the Seraglio Point.
View of Istanbul from Surmeli, district north of Ortaköy. In the background the Galata Tower and the mosque of Sultan Suleiman I.
The north-eastern entrance of Hagia Sophia in Istanbul. On the right the Soğukçeşme street and part of the walls of Topkapi Palace.
North-eastern view of Hagia Sophia in Istanbul. In the background the Mosque of Sultan Ahmet I.
The artillery barracks, at Tophane. Right behind the Nusretiye Mosque, constructed during the reign of Sultan Mahmud II.
View of the port of Tophane. On the right the Ottoman imperial armory. On the left the Mosque of Kılıç Ali Paşa.
The Ottoman customs house at Karaköy. On the left the Galata Tower.
View of the Sultan Suleiman I Mosque.
The Mihrişah Valide Sultan Fountain (or Küçüksu fountain) in the Sweet Waters of Asia, in Istanbul. On the left, the Anatolian Castle.
The entrance of the Ulu Mosque in Bursa. In the background Mount Uludağ.
Interior view of the Ulu Mosque in Bursa.
View of the Silk Market of Bursa.
View of Chalkis.
View of the Seraglio Point. On the left Kadiköy. On the right Hagia Sophia and the Mosque of Sultan Ahmet I.
View of the Obelisk of Theodosius I on the Hippodrome of Cosntantinople and the Mosque of Sultan Ahmet I.
View of the Seraglio Point from the Sea of Marmara.
Byzantine aqueduct in Selçuk, close to Ephesus. In the background the Castle of Selçuk, on the Ayasuluk hill.
View of the Ottoman fortress of Kanli Kula in Herceg Novi, besieged by the Venetians.
View of Kilitbahir Castle, on the European coast of the Dardanelles.
View of Sultaniye castle on the Asian coast of the Dardanelles.
Map of Istanbul.
Fig. 1. View of Gelibolu. Fig. 2. View of Istanbul.
Map of the port and castle of Pylos (Niokastron).
The Mufti of Istanbul. In the background Hagia Sophia together with some mausoleums of the Sultans at its courtyard.
Niocastron, the new fortress of Pylos, which was used as a prison at the time of the author's visit.
View of Istanbul from Pera. Valens aqueduct in the background. To the left of the aqueduct, the mosques of Suleiman I and Ahmed I, and Hagia Sophia.
The mosque of Sultan Ahmed I and the Byzantine Hippodrome. In the foreground, the Obelisk of Theodosius I, and the Obelisk of Constantine VII. Between them, the Serpent column, that is, the bronze base of the golden tripod of Plataeae, originally in the sanctuary of Apollo at Delphi.
Fountain at Pera.