Asia Minor (1298 Subjects)
Left: Mosque and tekije (dervish lodge) of Mola Fenari at Bursa. Right: Mosque of Üç Kuzular at Bursa.
Left: Monument to Bayezid Pasha. Right: Minaret of the mosque of Timurtas or Demirtas, official of the Ottoman army under Murad I and Bayezid I.
Muradiye Mosque, Bursa.
The mausoleums of Murad II, prince Mahmud and prince Cem at Muradiye complex, Bursa. Lower left: Part of the Byzantine fortification of the castle of Bursa.
Hospital of Ahmed Vefik Pasha, built on the site of the palace of Murad I. At the foot of the hill, the tekije (lodge) of the dervishes of Rifa'i order.
Landscape at Çekirge, near the baths of Eski Kaplica.
Baths of Yeni Kaplica, Bursa.
The baths of Bursa.
Baths of Eski Kaplica, Bursa.
Hotels close to the baths of Bursa.
View of the Roman ruins of Ephesus from Selçuk. On the hil, the city castle (Ayasulluk castle).
Landscape at Izmir.
Caravan bridge outside Izmir.
Roman aqueduct of Kızılçullu at Buca, Izmir. In the background, the castle of Kadifekale (ancient acropolis of Pagos).
Byzantine remains at Kemal Pasa, (byz. Nymphaion).
The Hittite relief at Karabel, on the route from Kemalpaşa to Torbali. The relief is mentioned for the first time by Herodotus, who believed it respresented Pharaoh Sesostris III. According to modern research, it is most probably a depiction of Hittite king Tarkasnava.
Map of part of eastern Thrace and northwestern Asia Minor, with Istanbul.
Map of the coast of Turkey from Izmir to Antalya.
Church of Hagia Sophia, Trebizond.
View of Sinope, Asia Minor. On the right, part of the city castle.
Commercial street at Scutari.
Tombs of the Kings of Pontus at Amasya: the eastern mausoleum, also known as Aynali Magara.
Topographical map of Erzerum. Numbers 1 and 2 show the town castle and the modern settlement respectively. Number 8 shows the position of Taurus mountains.
1 (bottom): Geologic cross-section of the region between Redout Kale (today Kuveli) in Georgia, and Trebizond, Turkey. 2 (top): Geologic cross-section of the region between Trebizond and Erzerum. 3 (middle): Geologic cross-section of the region between Bayburt and Şebinkarahisar.
1 (bottom): Geologic cross-section of the region between Şebinkarahisar and Sivas. 2 (middle): Geologic cross-section of the region between Sivas and Tocat. 3 (top): Geologic cross-section of the region between Tocat and Tosya.
Gökmedrese (Celestial Madrasah) in Sivas.
Map of Amasya. Numbers 9 and 20 show the Tombs of the Kings of Pontus.
Inscriptions from Bolu, Asia Minor.