Aegean islands (1397 Subjects)
Street at the town of Mytilene after the 1867 earthquake.
View of Santorini island from the west, 1870. In the background, the village of Oia.
The crater of Nea Kameni, off Santorini island, 1870.
“Found at Naxos”. A peasant of Naxos island shows the monks an ancient Greek statue he has discovered. Painting by Henry Wallis.
Snapshots of the days after the devastating earthquake of Chios in April 1881: 1. Procession 2. Ruins of houses at Aplotaria, main street of the town of Chios. 3. Residents of Chios awaiting the arrival of provisions. 4. Ruins before the Governor's palace.
The remains of the church of the Knights Hospitaller, Rhodes, after the explosion which occurred in the earthquake of 1856.
The Archbishop of Syra and Tinos.
Kalamitsa bay, Skyros island.
HMS “Osborne”'s barge bearing Alexandra Princes of Wales to Aegina island.
The Tower and Fort of Saint Nicholas at Mandraki, Rhodes.
The British fleet entering the harbour of Gera, Lesbos.
The church of Hagios Therapon at Mytilene, before it took its definitive form.
The Monastery of Saint John the Theologian on Patmos island.
The cave of Cave of Saint John the Theologian, or Cave of the Apocalypse, on Patmos island.
Residents of the town of Chios watch as members of the French Navy set up tents for the population after the devastating earthquake of 1881.
The castle of Chios with the church of Saint Nicholas (at Molos) after the devastating earthquake of 1881.
Panoramic view of the castle and city of Chios.
Ruins at the castle of Chios after the devastating earthquake of 1881.
The western wall of the castle of Chios.
Drawing of the remains of the northern wall of the Acropolis of Castelli, Patmos (situated to the north of Chora of Patmos).
Houses on Chios island.
Entrance to the Cave of Antiparos.
Travellers from Western Europe visit the cave of Antiparos.
Landscape at Salamis island.
Landscape at Chios island.
Temple of Aphaia, Aegina island.