Boats and ships (1791 Subjects)
Shipyards at Garitsa, outside the northern wall of Corfu. According to tradition, this was the location of the gardens of mythical king Alcinous.
The mouth of river Messonghi, Corfu.
Top: View of the port of Vathy, Ithaca. Bottom: Port of Paxoi, October 1834.
View of Varna in the Crimean War. In the background, the ships of the British fleet.
The bay of Galata at Varna, Bulgaria. In the background, the camp of the allies of the Crimean war (England, France and the Ottoman Empire).
View of Beloslav (Devna) lake in Bulgaria, from the British camp. On the left, General Eyre's tents.
View of the harbour of Balaklava close to Sebastopol, Crimea. In the background, on the right, the ruins of the Genoese castle. On the left, ships of the British fleet.
The monastery of Saint George at Balaklava, close to Sebastopol. In the background, cape Aya.
View of Sebastopol from the British camp during the Crimean war.
View of Sebastopol.
Cemetery at Sebastopol. This spot was highly important to the British forces in the Crimean war.
Sebastopol in 1855.
View of Istanbul from the Tower of Bayezid or Seraskier Tower. In the background, Valide Sultan mosque.
View of Famagusta. At the centre, Lala Mustafa Pasha mosque (formerly Catholic church of Saint Sophia).
View of Keryneia.
Harbour and castle of Keryneia.
The Corinthian gulf seen from Ancient Corinth. On the left, columns of the temple of Apollo.
Galata bridge, Istanbul. In the background, the mosque of Valide Sultan or New Mosque.
Quay of Buyukdere at the northwestern shore of the Bosporus.
The Venetian fleet in the gulf of the Kalamata during the VI Ottoman-Venetian war.
View of Chalcis and Karababa fortress.
View of Volos.
Landscape at Batumi.
Panoramic view of Istanbul from the north. On the right, the Castle of Europe. In the background, Hagia Sophia and Mosque of Sultan Ahmed I.
View of Sinope, Asia Minor. On the right, part of the city castle.
Kapsali, Cythera island.
Port of Valletta.
Landscape on Nile river. In the background, the Pyramids of Giza.