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View of Ioannina, 1862.
View of Ermoupolis and Ano Syros, 1862.
The temple of Olympian Zeus, the Arch of Hadrian anf the Acropolis. In the background, Philopappus Hill and monument. In the foreground, the spring of Callirrhoe on Ilissus river. Painting by Harry Johnson.
View of the Royal Palace of Athens (today Greek Parliament) and surrounding area, 1863.
View of Acropolis from Pnyx Hill, 1863.
The New Fortress of Corfu, 1866.
Santorini and the islet of Nea Kameni, 1866.
View of Kissamos or Kasteli near Chania, Crete. September 1866.
View of the city of Chania, 1867.
Entrance to the harbour of Argostoli, 1867.
The town of Lixouri as it was before the 1867 earthquake.
Panoramic view of Athens. On the left, a part of the railway line Piraeus-Athens-Peloponnese. In the background on the right, the Acropolis and the temple of Hephaestus. In the background centre, the Royal Palace (today Parliament of Greece).
View of Santorini island from the west, 1870. In the background, the village of Oia.
General view of Lavrion and the mines, from the sea, 1870.
View of the White Tower and the eastern wall of Thessaloniki, from the Muslim cemetery.
View of Thessaloniki from the sea, 1876.
Landscape at the gulf of Corinth. In the distance, Mounts Parnassus and Helicon.
View of ancient Corinth with Acrocorinth and the temple of Apollo.
The Greek uprising in Thessaly, 1878. Town and fort of Domokos, at that moment a frontier town.
View of Kavala from the sea.
Greek uprising in Thessaly, 1878: View of Mount Pelion from the gulf of Volos.
View of Souda bay, Crete.
View of Ioannina. In the centre, the mosque of Aslan Pasha. Ioannina did not in fact become Greek territory until the 1913 Treaty of Bucarest, after the Balcan Wars. The proposition that it be ceded to Greece in 1878 was rejected by the Congress of Berlin due to the reaction of the Ottoman side.
View of Meteora.
The castle of Souli (or castle of Kiafa).
Panoramic view of the silver mines of Lavrio.
View of the Roman aqueduct at Buca, Izmir (valley of Saint Anne).
The castle of Chios after the devastating earthquake of 1881.