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The fountain of Tusun Pasha in Cairo.
Streetlet close to the mosque of Sultan al-Zahir Baybars in Cairo.
Streetlet close to al-Khalq gate (Gate of Creation), Cairo.
The fountain of Sabil al-Badawiyah in Cairo.
Streetlet at Bayn al-Qasrayn quarter, Cairo.
Tags: Animals, Architecture and built environment, Baskets, Bayn al-Qasrayn (Cairo), Beggars, Cairo, Camels, Carpets, Children, Commerce, Costume - Hats and headwear, Donkeys, Egypt, Equids, Everyday objects / Domestic utensils and vessels, Fountains / Springs, Fruit, Hookahs, Houses, Human types, Shops, Smoking, Social sphere and everyday life, Women
The Acropolis of Athens from the southwest. On the left, the Odeon of Herodes Atticus. On the right, Hadrian's Arch and the temple of Olympian Zeus.
Tags: Acropoleis, Acropolis of Athens, Ancient temples, Animals, Art and antiquities, Athens, Attica, Central Greece, Equids, Games, Gates, Greece, Hadrian's Arch (Athens), Horses, Human types, Odeon of Herodes Atticus, Odeons, Olympeion - Temple of Olympian Zeus (Athens), Parthenon, Roman monuments, Roman theatres, Smoking, Views
Remains of the Franciscan church of Saint Mary, today part of the Holy Sepulchre complex.
The Jaffa Gate at Jerusalem. The author believed this was the Gate of Ephraim mentioned in the Book of Nehemiah.
Open-air market at Acre.
Commercial street at Acre.
The Byzantine Hippodrome of Istanbul. At the centre, the obelisk of Theodosius I.
Tags: Animals, Architecture and built environment, Art and antiquities, Byzantine monuments, Carpets, Carriages, Costume - Hats and headwear, Equids, Hippodrome of Constantinople / At Meydanı, Hippodromes, Human types, Istanbul, Modes of transport, Obelisks, Smoking, Social sphere and everyday life, Street markets and bazaars, Thrace, Turkey
Western European merchants at the Peloponnese. On the left, merchant in Western costume. On the right, merchant in traditional costume of the Peloponnese.
View from the Ottoman mansion where the author lodged during his stay at Karytaina.
Ottoman guard, probably Albanian.
Levend (member of irregular naval corps) of Izmir.
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