Piraeus (88 Subjects)
Reconstruction of ancient Piraeus and the Long Walls.
Ships at sea off the port of Piraeus.
View of Athens from the rocks of Piraeus.
Imaginary reconstruction of ancient Piraeus.
View of Piraeus.
The English and French camps in the Piraeus, during the British-French occupation of Athens and Piraeus in 1854-57.
Edward, Prince of Wales (later Edward VII of England) leaves the port of Piraeus, 1875.
George I of Greece visits Edward, Prince of Wales (later Edward VII of England) on board HMS “Serapis” at the port of Piraeus, 1875.
State breakfast given by Edward, Prince of Wales (later Edward VII of England) on board HMS “Serapis” to the King and Queen of Greece, 1875.
The state barge bringing George I and his suite to HMS “Serapis”, to visit Edward, Prince of Wales (later Edward VII of England), who came to Greece in 1875.
George I and Olga of Greece visit admiral James Drummond, K.C.B, on flagship “Hercules”, 1877.
View of Piraeus from the spot called “seat of Xerxes” on Mount Aigaleo.
Easter Monday. The crew of H. M. S. “Research” celebrates the day in the presence of George I of Greece.
H.M.S. "Osborne" passing Aegina. On the hilltop on the right, the temple of Aphaia.
Ancient tombs at Munichia (today Mikrolimano), Piraeus.
HMS “Osborne”', bearing Alexandra Princess of Wales arrives at the port of Piraeus.
Olga Queen of Greece and Alexandra Princess of Wales watch a theatre play on board HMS “Osborne”.
1. Banquet given to the King and Queen of Greece by Alexandra Princess of Wales on board HMS “Osborne". 2. Departure of the king and queen and illumination of the ship.
Porters at the port of Piraeus.
Fruit sellers at the port of Piraeus.
Card-players in a café, Piraeus.
George I and Olga of Greece return to their yacht after an evening gala aboard HMS “Serapis”.
The coast of Faliro. On the left, the port of Munichia.
H.M.S “Chanticleer” at Piraeus port.
Landscape at Piraeus.
The location known as “Tomb of Themistocles” at Piraeus. 22 January 1811.
View of Piraeus. In the background, Salamis island. 22 January 1811.
The location known as the “Tomb of Themistocles” at Piraeus.