The Kız Kulesi is now used as a beacon for ships entering the strait, and boats passing the estuary.
The Triple Wall of Constantinople. On the Land side, near Top Kapousi. Constantinople and its environs.
The Cistern of Binbirdirek or Cistern of Philoxenos called the Thousand and One Pillars is a man-made subterranean reservoir in Istanbul.
This view is taken above the falls, where the Teverone glides along, skirted on one side by the straggling town, on the other bordered by fertile pasturages.
Alpine pass of Bramante. Italian scenery from drawings made in 1817 by Elizabeth Frances Batty. Le Grand Lac Bramant is a lake in Savoie.
From the beautiful valley in which lies Chambéry, the road near the junction of the Arco with the Isere, reaches Aiguebelle.
The cemetery of Jaffa, the former Joppa. It was one of the oldest seaport cities in Israel. The Holy Land illustrated by John Carne 1836.
General view of Beirut with a wide view over the sea, in the background the massifs of the Lebanon Mountains.
A rainy day in Alexandria in December or January is one of the most disconsolate things in the world.
Amsterdam the Venice of the North. The drawbridge, the barges, the church tower, all combine to form a scene which is peculiarly Dutch.