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The Sultan and his suite on their way to the mosque on a Friday.
View of the Golden Horn from Karim Pasha.
The islet of Vlacherna (right) and Pontikonisi, Corfu.
Interior of the church of Santa Maria degli Angeli, which was built on the site of the thermae of Diocletian.
View of the mausoleum of Plautius Lucanus family, Rome.
Part of the portico at the Divo Claudio temple complex, Rome.
Side view of the church of San Lorenzo in Miranda, built on the site of the temple of Antoninus and Faustina in Rome.
Imaginary depiction of the mosques of Suleiman I and Mehmed II.
Tags: Animals, Architecture and built environment, Carriages, Costume - Hats and headwear, Eunuchs, Fatih Mosque /Mosque of Mehmed II (Fatih Sultan Mehmed camii), Horses, Human types, Imaginary representations - Reconstructions, Istanbul, Janissaries, Modes of transport, Mosque of Suleiman I / Süleymaniye Mosque (Süleymaniye Camii), Mosques, Ottoman soldiers, Religious practices, Thrace, Turkey, Views, Women
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
The Monastery of Saint John the Theologian on Patmos island.
The church of Hagios Therapon at Mytilene, before it took its definitive form.
Snapshots of the days after the devastating earthquake of Chios in April 1881: 1. Procession 2. Ruins of houses at Aplotaria, main street of the town of Chios. 3. Residents of Chios awaiting the arrival of provisions. 4. Ruins before the Governor's palace.
Easter ceremony of the Greek church in the Troad. Greek Orthodox believers attend the liturgy of the Resurrection.
Church at Oropos where, according to popular legend, the brigand brothers Arvanitakis attended mass together with the British travellers they had taken captive (Dilesi murders, 1870).
Tags: Animals, Arvanitakis brothers (brigands), Attica, Baskets, Boats and ships, Brigands, Central Greece, Churches, Costume - Hats and headwear, Dilessi murders (1870), Divine Liturgy / Holy Communion, Equids, Greece, History, Human types, Oropos, Religious practices, State and military institutions - Diplomatic relations
The Archibishop of Athens receiving King George I of Greece in front of the cathedral of Athens, 1863.
George I of Greece attends the liturgy at the Greek church of Chirst Saviour in London, 1863.
Otto and Amalia of Greece at the mass of Athens Cathedral, 1854.
The temple of Zeus Olympian and the Evangelical Church of Athens.
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