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Enrollment office of the Ottoman army in Thessaloniki at the time of Herzegovina uprising. From Le Monde Illustré, 1876.
Bashi-bazouk camp outside the walls of Thessaloniki at the time of Herzegovina uprising. From Le Monde Illustré, 1876.
Portrait of Sultan Suleiman I. Suleimaniye mosque in the background.
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Illustration for the poem of Lord Byron "The Siege of Corinth": Ottoman official and Greek slave girl at the ruins of the Temple of Apollo in Ancient Corinth.
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View of the medieval city of Rhodes. On the right the Naillac Tower, constructed during the era of the Grand Master of the Knights Hospitaller Philibert de Naillac, hence its name, and demolished in the mid-19th century.
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Ottoman insignia taken as trophy after the fall of Coroni to the Venetians in 1685 and later exposed in the church of San Gaetano as token of the Venice's victory over the Ottomans.
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