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A priest and a believer having a dispute on the motion of the Earth on its axis. On the left, Greek sailor passing by.
Procession of Saint Spyridon at Corfu (August 1839). On the left, the Spianada with the statue of Johann Matthias von der Schulenburg, leading figure during the siege of Corfu by the Ottomans.
Tags: Corfu, Costume - Hats and headwear, Festivities / Celebrations, Greece, Houses, Human types, Ionian islands, Priests, Procession of Agios Spyridonas, Processions, Religious practices, Social sphere and everyday life, Spianada (Corfu), Squares, Statue of von Schulenburg(Corfu), Statues, Vestments (liturgical garments)
Port of Zakynthos. On the left, the church and bell tower of Agios Nikolaos at Molos.
Facade of the church of the Holy Sepulchre at Jerusalem.
The tomb of Saint Catherine at the Monastery of Saint Catherine on Mount Sinai.
Chapel of the Burning Bush of Moses at the Monastery of Saint Catherine on Mount Sinai.
The artist's room in the Armenian monastery (possibly Saint James'), in which she stayed during her visit to Jerusalem.
The Patriarch of Constantinople.
The temple of Olympian Zeus, Athens. In the background, the Arch of Hadrian and the Acropolis.
Tags: Acropoleis, Acropolis of Athens, Ancient temples, Animals, Architecture and built environment, Art and antiquities, Athens, Attica, Central Greece, Children, Costume - Hats and headwear, Dogs, Equids, Greece, Hadrian's Arch (Athens), Houses, Human types, Olympeion - Temple of Olympian Zeus (Athens), Priests, Roman monuments, Views, Women
View of the town of Corfu. In the foreground the Venetian fortification. In the background the New Fortress.
Tags: Animals, Architecture and built environment, Baskets, Boats and ships, Castles and fortresses, Children, Churches, Corfu, Donkeys, Equids, Everyday objects / Domestic utensils and vessels, Greece, Houses, Human types, Ionian islands, New Fortress (Corfu), Priests, Smoking, Social sphere and everyday life, Venetian architecture, Venetian monuments, Views, Women
View of the mausoleum of Plautius Lucanus family, Rome.
Scenes from the everyday life of the “Illustrated London News" correspondents during their five-day stay at Crete in 1889.
The cave of Cave of Saint John the Theologian, or Cave of the Apocalypse, on Patmos island.
Tags: Aegean islands, Architecture and built environment, Byzantine architecture, Byzantine monuments, Cave of Saint John the Theologian (Patmos), Dodecanese, Greece, Human types, Medieval architecture, Medieval monuments, Monasteries, Monastery of Saint John the Theologian (Patmos), Patmos, Priests, Religious practices
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