State and military institutions – Diplomatic relations (763 Subjects)
Kapudan Paşa, admiral of the Ottoman fleet.
Bey, Ottoman galley captain.
Leventi, Ottoman navy sailor / mariner.
Aga, Ottoman nobleman.
Çelebi, young Ottoman nobleman.
Nobleman from Wallachia.
Tuğ, insignia of Ottoman officials.
Josip Juraj Strossmayer, bishop of Bosnia, founder of the Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts and major contributor to the reestablishment of the University of Zagreb.
Ante Starcevic, Croatian scholar and politician.
Alexander I of Serbia.
Stefan Stambolov, Prime Minister of Bulgaria.
Ferdinand I of Bulgaria and Prince Boris.
Main entrance to Topkapı Palace.
Defeat of the Ottoman army under Hüseyin Pasha, near Sozopol.
Quarters of Hans Karl von Diebitsch, Field Marschal of Russia at Eski Saray (Old Palace) of Edirne.
The Russian army takes Sliven on 31 July 1829.
Signing of the treaty of Adrianople at the old Palace of Edirne.
Didymoteicho capitulates to the Ottoman army.
Naval Battle of Ereğli.
Te Deum (thanksgiving service) for the signing of Edirne treaty at the plain of Edirne Palace.
Didymoteicho from the south.
Rooms prepared for the Sultan in Edirne Palace.
Portrait of Grand Vizier Hasan Pasha.
Portrait of the Prince (Governor) of Moldavia, Grigorios Gikas.
View of the Third Gate of the Topkapi Palace, known as Gate of Felicity.
View of the military barracks in Istanbul.
View of the Second Gate of Topkapi Palace, know also as Middle or Gate of Salutation.
The main entrance (Sublime Porte) to Topkapi Palace, Istanbul.
Portrait of Sultan Abdülhamid I.