Venetian monuments (290 Subjects)
Gallery at the castle of Kimolos.
Streetlet at the castle of Folegandros.
The tower of Goulas at Emborio, Santorini.
View of Acrocorinth. In the foreground, the temple of Apollo.
Map of Preveza, showing three of the town's castles: The Venetian castle of Agios Andreas, the Ottoman castle of Yeni Kale and the Ottoman castle of Üç Kale (today Pantokratoras kastle).
Relief and inscription on a building of the Venetian era at the town of Chania. At the time of the author's visit, it had been converted into a milirary hospital by Ottoman commander Mehmet Ali.
The monastery of Agia Triada Tzagarolon at Akrotiri peninsula, near the city of Chania.
View of the bay and fortress of Souda.
The fountain of Bebo at Kornaros square, Heraklion, Crete. The fountain was built between 1552 and 1554 by captain Gianmatteo Bebo. It bears a Venetian coat of arms. At the centre, statue of the Roman era.
Street market around Ottoman fountain at Kornaros square, Heraklion (today known as Philanthropiki fountain). On the left, the Venetian fountain of Bebo.
Inscription on fountain of the Venetian era, Heraklion.
Monastery of Hagios Georgios Epanosifis, Heraklion province.
Monastery of Arkadi, Rethymno province.
Monastery of Odigitria or Kyria Gonia at Kolymbari, Chania province. In the backgrounds, the White Mountains (Lefka Ori).
View of Kissamos, Chania province.
Top: View of Niokastro, the Ottoman fortress of Pylos. Bottom: View of Palaiokastro, the Venetian fortress of Pylos.
Top: Topographical map of the area of Palaiokastro, Pylos. Bottom: Plan of Palaiokastro, Venetian fortress of Pylos, which was built on the site of the Acropolis of ancient Pylos (Neleion).
Top: Cave of Nestor, located at Palaiokastro, to the side of Voidokoilia beach. Topographical map of the adjacent area. Bottom: Ruins of the walls of ancient Pylos, incorporated into the fortifications of the Venetian fortress of Palaiokastro.
1. The Gate of Xira at the castle of Merhoni. The granite column known as column of Morosini at the castle of Methoni.
Decorative reliefs of the Venetian era at the castle of Methoni.
1, 2. View and plan of the now-lost Catholic church of Saint John (San Giovanni Evangelista), converted into a mosque (Beyazit Veli mosque) during Ottoman rule, in Methoni. Today only the base of one minaret is preserved. 3. One of the two stone bridges at the environs of Methoni which were demolished in the mid-20th century.
1. View of the port of Methoni. In the background, the Bourtzi of Methoni, built in the first perid of Ottoman rule of the city. 2. Plan of the remains of the Venetian mole of Asprades. 3. View of the stone dock of Asprades and the column used as bollard, or dock post. 4. Details of the column and the stone mole of Asprades.
Entrance to the Venetian castle of Koroni. 2. Ancient column capital from Koroni. 2. Roman column capital from Koroni.
View of ancient Corinth with the Temple of Apollo and Acrocorinth.
View of the town of Corfu from Vido islet, 1859. On the hill, the New Fortress of Corfu.
The New Fortress of Corfu, 1866.
View of ancient Corinth with Acrocorinth and the temple of Apollo.
View of Bourtzi fortress at the port of Nafplion.