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Map of the Troad.
Tags: Asia Minor, Maps, Troad, Turkey
Easter ceremony of the Greek church in the Troad. Greek Orthodox believers attend the liturgy of the Resurrection.
Map of the Dardanelles and the Sea of Marmara: 1. Mount Uludag (Olympus of Mysia). 2. Marmara Sea or Propontis. 3. The islands of Marmara. 4. The position of Gallipoli. 5. Sultaniye castle on the Asian shore of the Dardanelles. 6. The Hellespont. 7,8. The New Fortresses of the Dardanelles. 9. The New Fortresses of the Dardanelles. 10. Ancient remains at the Troad. 11. Mount Ida at the Troad. 12. Simoes river. 13. Istanbul.
Tags: Architecture and built environment, Castles and fortresses, Dardanelles / Çanakkale boğazı / anc. Hellespont, Fortresses of the Dardanelles, Gelibolu / Galliboli, Island of Marmara / Marmara Adası / anc. Proconnesos, Istanbul, Maps, Marmara sea / Propontis, Mount Ida / Kazdağı (Turkey), Mount Uludağ / Mysian Olympus, Simoes river, Sultaniye Castle (Sultaniye Kalesi - Çimenlik Kalesi), Troad, Turkey, Views
View of Abydos and Kilitbahir castle on the European coast of the Hellespont.
Map of the Troad.
Tags: Asia Minor, Maps, Troad, Troy, Turkey
The ruins of the Temple of Apollo in the ancient city Thymbra (today Hissarlik), in Asia Minor. In the background the village Çıplak.
Foundations on the summit of the hill of Bunarbaşı, village, erroneously identified in the nineteenth-century with Troy.
Panoramic view of Bunarbaşı, village, erroneously identified in the nineteenth-century with Troy. In the background the Dardanelles.
View of Bunarbaşı, village, erroneously identified in the nineteenth-century with Troy. In the foreground the court of the House of the Ottoman Aga, where the author stayed during his visit.
Warm source of Karamenderes (anc. Scamander) river near the village of Bunarbaşı. In the background the house of the Ottoman Aga, where the author stayed during his visit.
View of part of the Dardanells from the Tomb of Achilles (Beşiktepe). In the background the Castle of Kumkale.
View of the Tomb of Antilochus, on the eastern shore of the Dardanelles, and close to the ancient city of Rhoiteion (today Intepe).
The Tombs of Hector and Aesyetes in the vale of Karamenders (anc. Scamander) river.
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