Camels (214 Subjects)
View of city in ancient Mesopotamia, possibly at Sahrizor plain.
View of city in northern Mesopotamia, possibly Bitlis in eastern Turkey.
View of the city and castle of Derbent, also known as Caspian Gates, Russia.
View of Şirvan, Azerbaijan.
View of Ardabil, Iran.
View of Soltaniyeh, Iran.
View of Saveh, Iran.
View of Qom, Iran.
View of Kashan, Iran.
View of Isfahan, Iran.
View of Vijapur, India.
The Ottoman army camps outside Vienna, during the Second Siege of Vienna , 1683.
View of Visegrád Castle, Hungary.
View of the castle and city of Varaždin, Croatia.
View of Jerusalem A. House of Pontius Pilate. B. Dome of the Rock, mosque built at the site of Solomon's Temple. C. Ecce Homo arch.
View of Bethlehem and surrounding area, with some of the major pilgrim sites, among which the monastery of Prophet Elias (B). The Basilica of the Nativity, however, is not shown.
Mount Sinai and the Monastery of Saint Catherine (A). Mount Moses (D). In the foreground, caravan of Ottoman pilgrims to Mecca.
View of the mountains of Judaea, with the monastery of Saint John the Baptist, at the site where the Saint was born in Ein Karem village (A). The House of Elizabeth and Zechariah in Ein Karem village (C).
View of Antioch (Antakya), Asia Minor. Part of the walls of Saint Peter's church (B) as well as the castle of the Crusaders or Bagras castle.
View of the city of Mamre, or Terebinth, Palestine. According to one tradition, this is the site where David overcame Goliath. In the foreground, caravan of Ottoman merchants.
View of Aleppo, Syria. Ottoman caravan in the foreground.
View of Ramla, Israel, with some of the main sights of the city. G. Ruins of aqueduct, probably of the Roman period. A. Monastery of Saint George. B. The White Mosque, built in the Ummayad era; in the 16th and 17th centuries it was believed that this was initially a church dedicated to the Forty Martyrs of Nablus. D. The house of the province governor.
View of the Holy Mosque of Mecca, Saudi Arabia. On the left, a caravan of pilgrims arrives from Istanbul.
Landscape at the Red Sea.
Ottoman (Muslim) funeral. Ottoman (Muslim) wedding. In the distance, the field of Büyükdere on the European shore of the Bosporus.
View of the walls of Baghdad. Down to the 19th century, Baghdad was often, yet erroneously, identified with ancient Babylon. Recent excavations, however, have showed that Babylon stood on the opposite shore of Tigres river.
View of Yerevan, Armenia.
View of the old town of Kandahar, with the fortress of Shah Hussain Hotaki.
View of Mount Parnassus from the northwest.
Frontispiece with themes related to the author's journey.