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Ruins of the Baths at Ephesus

Road over the Balkan Mountain

Fragments at Ephesus

Eski Estamboul

View near Tortosa

Entrance to the Convent of St. Mary


Ruins occasioned by the Earthquake at Messina

Palace at Bucharest

Castle in the Island of Tortosa

Sarcophagus from the Tombs of the Kings

View of Constantinople


Fountain of Serpents

Ponte grande

Caravansary at Borgas

Monuments near Tortosa, Plate II

Chapel of Mount Calvary

View near Bucharest

Crater in the Island of Stromboli

Island of Stromboli

The Grotto of the Nativity

Ancient Temple in the Island of Salina

Ancient Cistern in Val di Noto

Stadium at Ephesus

Monument between Tripoli and Tortosa


Caravansary at Kustchiuk Czemege

Theatre at Ephesus

Ruins of the Temple of Juno in Samos

The Island of Tortosa

Western Harbour of the Island of Samos

Interior of the Temple of Jupiter Ammon

Ciala Kavak

Triumphal Arch at Latachia

Church of the Holy Sepulchre

Monument on the Coast of Syria


Piccolo Bent

Tomb of Jeremiah

Mosque of Sultan Achmet

Crater in the Island of Volcano

Turkish Encampment


Mount Balkan


City of Bethlehem, in Palestine

Views in the Ottoman Dominions ... [Title Page]

View on the Aluta

Port of Latachia

Ancient Bath near the Fountains of the Palici

Monuments near Tortosa

Ancient Aqueduct in Samos

Ruins of an ancient Temple in Samos

Temple of Solomon

View at Villa Scabrosa

Church and Convent of St. Mary

Cathedral at Tortosa

Aqueduct near Belgrade

To His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales ... [Dedication Page]


Ruins of the Temple of Diana at Ephesus

Aqueduct near Ephesus

Part of the grand gallery of the Temple of Diana

Ponte piccolo

Temple of Jupiter Ammon in Libya

Base of a colossal Column near Syracuse

Mosque at Latachia, Plate II

Dance of Bulgarian Peasants

Part of Jerusalem

Mosque at Latachia

Ancient Temples at Agrigentum

Monument on the Coast of Syria, Plate II

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