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Kings Otto and Amalia visit Alfred Prince of Wales at the British Embassy, Athens. November 1859.
The residents of Athens welcome George I of Greeks, October 1863 (imaginary representation). On the right, the Acropolis and the temple of Hephaestus.
The Greek Orthodox chuch of Saint Nicholas in Liverpool, 1869.
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).
Edward, Prince of Wales (later Edward VII of England) leaving Athens, 1875. In the background, Kapnikarea church and Ermou street.
Alexandra Princess of Wales promenading in the Royal Gardens (today National Garden), during her visit to Athens in 1877. In the background, the Acropolis.
Excavations at the plain of Marathon.
Great Eastern crisis of 1875-78: Greeks leave the city of Kavarna (today in Bulgaria).
Imaginary depiction of the mosques of Suleiman I and Mehmed II.
View of Piazza della Rotonda, Rome. On the right, the Pantheon. At the centre, the fountain and the obelisk.
Fontana di Trevi, Rome.
Pyramid of Cestius, Rome.
View of the Capitoline Hill, Rome.
Ripetta quay on Tiber river, Rome.
Interior of the church and mausoleum of Santa Costanza Rome.
Palazzo della Consulta, Rome.
Palazzo Montesitorio, Rome.
Salario Bridge, Rome.
View of Villa d'Este, Tivoli.
Palazzo Farnese, Rome.
View of the tempe of Saturn, at the Roman Forum of Rome.
Imaginary depiction of the Capitoline Hill in Rome. On the left, the temple of Jupiter. At the centre, mounted statue of Marcus Aurelius.
Ottoman carriage. On the right, Ottomans enjoying a sherbet.
Parco or Villa Reale (formerly Royal Gardens) at Chiaia, Naples.
Crypta Neapolitana, underground tunnel of the Roman era at Naples.
View of Varna in the Crimean War. In the background, the ships of the British fleet.
The bay of Galata at Varna, Bulgaria. In the background, the camp of the allies of the Crimean war (England, France and the Ottoman Empire).