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View of Sebastopol in 1855, after its siege by the British army during the Crimean war.
Cemetery at Sebastopol. This spot was highly important to the British forces in the Crimean war.
Aqueduct on Chornaya river, position held by the Kingdom of Sardinia in the Crimean war.
Camp of the allies of the Crimean war (England, France and the Ottoman Empire) at Sebastopol.
Landscape at Inkerman. In the foreground Chornaya river. In the background, the Byzantine fortress of Kalamita.
View of the harbour of Balaklava close to Sebastopol, Crimea. In the background, on the right, the ruins of the Genoese castle. On the left, ships of the British fleet.
View of Beloslav (Devna) lake in Bulgaria, from the British camp. On the left, General Eyre's tents.
The bay of Galata at Varna, Bulgaria. In the background, the camp of the allies of the Crimean war (England, France and the Ottoman Empire).
View of Varna in the Crimean War. In the background, the ships of the British fleet.
The camp of the allies of the Crimean war (England, France and the Ottoman Empire) at Bolayir on the Dardanelles.
Fête to officers of the English and French forces, and the Greek army and Navy, in the Acropolis during the British-French occupation of Athens and Piraeus in 1854-57. July 1854
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