Rumeli Hissar Castle (Rumeli Hisarı) (21 Subjects)
Map of the environs of Istanbul showing water reservoirs, aqueducts,conduits and water currents.
Rumeli Hissar Castle.
Rumeli Hissar castle of the Bosphorus.
View of the Istanbul environs, seen from the Bosphorus.
The castles of Rumeli Hissar and Anadolu Hissar on the Bosphorus.
Rumeli Hissar Castle on the Bosphorus.
View of the Rumelian and Anatolian Castles on the Bosporus, Istanbul.
Panoramic view of the Bosporus. On the left Yoros Castle.
View of the Bosporus. On the left the Anatolian Castle, and on the right the Towers of the Rumelian Castle.
Panoramic view of the Bosporus from Joshua's Hill (or Hill of Jesus), close to Anadolu Kavağı, on the Asiatic shores of the Bosporus.
Panoramic view of the Bosporus from Beşiktaş. In the background the Anatolian and Rumelian castles.
The Anatolian and Rumelian Castles, on the Asiatic and European shores of the Bosporus accordingly.
The Küçüksu fountain (or Mihrişah Valide Sultan Fountain) in the Sweet waters of Asia. In the background the Rumelian and Anatolian Castles.
The Rumelian and Anatolian Castles on the European and Asiatic shores of the Bosporus accordingly.
The castles of Europe and Asia The Rumelian (1) and the Anatolian (2) castle, on the European and the Asian coast of the Bosporus. 3. The location of Sweet Waters of Asia.
The fortresses of Europe and Asia on the Bosporus. In the foreground, the fountain of Küçüksu or fountain of Mihrisah Sultan, near the location of Sweet Waters of Asia (today Göksu Deresi).
Passenger boat connecting the eastern and western coasts of the Bosporus. In the background, Rumeli Castle.
Ottoman woman in promenade costume. In the background, Rumeli Hisar (Fortress of Europe).
Panoramic view of the western (European) coast of the Bosporus from Kabataş, neighbourhood to the south of Pera, to the Fortress of Europe.
The Fortresses of Europe and Asia (Rumeli Hissari and Anadolu Hissari) on the Bosporus.
The Fortress of Europe, on the European shore of the Bosporus.