Holy Land (380 Subjects)
View of Jerusalem with the Holy Sepulchre and other major locations of the city.
Muslims of Jerusalem.
View of the Church of the Holy Sepulchre with the stone which commemorates the spot of the third fall of Christ on the route to Golgotha.
The Aedicule in the Church of the Holy Sepulchre.
Interior of the Church of the Holy Sepulchre.
Calvary chapel in the Church of the Holy Sepulchre.
Chapel of the tombs of Godefroy de Bouillon and Baldwin I of Jerusalem.
Kings Solomon's House in Jerusalem.
Cave where the Apostles and Virgin Mary hid after Christ was resurrected, and composed the Credo of the Church.
Acheldamah or Potter’s field in Jerusalem.
Pool of Siloam.
The house where Judas Iscariot stayed in Jerusalem. The spot where Judas hanged himself.
The fountain in which Virgin Mary washed infant Jesus' baby clothes.
The site where James the Less was buried. Tomb of Absalom.
The site where James the Less was buried.
Chapel of Ascension, built on the spot where Christ was ascended to heaven.
Tomb of Saint Mary of Egypt.
The site where Jesus was arrested by the Romans. Kidron Brook in Jerusalem.
Chapel of the Dormition of the Virgin in Jerusalem.
Chapel on the site where the Apostles shrouded Virgin Mary.
Garden of Gethsemane.
Golden Gate in Jerusalem.
Imaginary depiction of Solomon's Temple in Jerusalem.
Church of Saint Anne in Jerusalem, built on the site of the house of Joachim and Anne, where Virgin Mary was born.
View of settlement, possibly Capernaum in Galilee. Site where Jesus Christ fed the multitude.
View of Tiberias in Galilee, which, according to a certain tradition, Jesus Christ visited often as a child.
View of city near Tiberias. According to the author, it is the biblical city of Betulia.
Settlement on the shores of the Sea of Galilee, according to the author the biblical city of Bethsaida, native place of Apostles Philip, Peter and Andrew.
View of the ruined city of Trista in the Holy Land, possibly modern-day Al-Tira outside Haifa. View of Bethany.
Remains of castle on the outskirts of Bethany, supposed house of Mary Magdalene. Fortress outside Bethany, called “Red Tower” (Torre Rossa) due to the many massacres which had taken place there. Site outside Bethany where Jesus wept when he heard of Lazarus' death from Mary Magdalene.