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Armenien qui va à l'eglise pour se marier, accompagné du compère qui porte son sabre

Fille armenienne, que l'on conduit à l'eglise pour la marier

Plan et coupe d'un Reservoir, dans la vieille Aléxandrie, près de l'Eglise de Ste. Cathérine.

Vue de la Vieille Aléxandrie (a. Obelisque, communément nommé, Aiguille de Cléopatre; b. Temple de César; c. Eglise de St. Marc; d. Eglises de St. George et de Ste. Cathérine).

Eglise d' Elisabeth - town. (Ile Van-Diemen.).

Eglise d' Issoir.

Eglise Ste. Anne et vue générale de Jérusalem. - St. Anne's Church and general view of Jerusalem.

Eglise de la Nativité, intérieur. = Church of the Nativity, interior.

Un des Chevaliers allant transporter l'Etendard de l'Ordre à l'Eglise de St. Jean le jour anniversaire de la Victoire accompagné de la garde volontaire du Gonfalon.

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