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British colonel Synge returns to Thessaloniki after his abduction by Greek insurgents durint the events of 1878 in Thessaly and Macedonia.
View of the White Tower and the eastern wall of Thessaloniki, from the Muslim cemetery, 1875.
View of the Rotonda in Thessaloniki.
View of the sculptures at the southern entrance to the Roman Agora of Thessaloniki (Incantadas Monument).
Triumphal arch in the honour of Antonius and Octavius, victors of the battle at Philippoi. This now-lost monument was located in the Vardari area of Thessaloniki (today Dimokratias Square), to the west of Via Egnatia.
Sailors of the British Mediterranean fleet waiting at the port to get back on their ships after a short general leave. From The Illustrated London News, 1895.
Central street in Thessaloniki. From: Marius Bernard: Turquie d'Europe et d'Asie. De Salonique à Jérusalem, Paris, Henri Laurent, 1899.
View of the port of Thessaloniki with the ships of the British fleet, from the Hospital roof. From: The Illustrated London News, 1895.
Composition of illustrations of the Thessaloniki – Mitrovitsa (Serbia) railway connection. From Illustrierte Zeitung, 1888.
Scene of everyday life in the Ottoman Empire. Inauguration of the railway line in Thessaloniki, 1888. View of Heptapyrgion fortress. From Schorers Familienblatt, May 1888.
View of the British hospital of Thessaloniki. Portraits of surgeons and administrative personnel of the Hospital. From The Graphic, 18 May 1878.
Religious procession near Hatzi Mehmet fountain in Thessaloniki, c. 1875.
Inn on the road to Thessaloniki, according to the description by Vladimir Zittelbach. From: Das Buch fuur Alle, 1850.
Tags: Greece, Macedonia, Portraits, Saint Cyril, Thessaloniki
Fire sufferers' encampment outside Thessaloniki after the Great Fire of 4 September 1890. Scene from the great fire of Thessaloniki. From The Graphic, September 1890.
The Great Fire in the bazaar of Thessaloniki, 4 September 1890. Scenes before and after the fire. Fire sufferers' encampment. From L'illustration, 11 October 1890.
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