Holy Scripture (32 Subjects)
The pool in which according to tradition Saint John Theologian baptized Christians.
The prison of Saint Paul in Ephesus, according to tradition.
View of Ephesus with Ayasuluk castle (A) and the Basilica of Saint John (B).
The house of Joseph and Mary in Cairo.
Joseph's well (Bir Yususf) in the Saladin Citadel of Cairo.
The cave where Saint Peter wept after denying Jesus. The cave in which the Apostles hid after Jesus was crucified. The pool of Siloam. The spring from which Virgin Mary took water after coming down from Mount Zion.
The tomb of Zechariah. The tomb of Absalom. The cave of Jeremiah. The structure called prison of Jeremiah, according to tradition.
The monuments called Tombs of the Kings in Kidron Valley, Jerusalem.
View of Bethany.
Mount of Olives and the Dead Sea.
The village of John the Baptist (Ein Karem).
Remains, probably of the church built by Saint Helen on the site where the Virgin Mary visited Elisabeth.
Modin, city built by the Maccabees.
The cave in which, according to tradition, Elisabeth hid Saint John from Herod's wrath.
The fountain in which Apostle Philip baptized the eunuch of queen Candace.
Crusader castle near Bethlehem.
View of Bethlehem.
Rachel's tomb (138), the tower of Jacob (139), the house of prophet Abbakum, and the house of king David (142).
Entrance to the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem.
Interior of the Cave of Annunciation in the Church of the Annunciation in Nazareth.
Church built on the site where, according to tradition, the miracle of Cana took place.
The mountain where, according to tradition, the Sermon on the Mount took place.
Cave of the Apocalypse on Patmos. Monastery of Saint John the Theologian on Patmos.
The legendary Pool of Sacred Fish (Balıklıgöl) on the site where, according to tradition, Nimrod threw Abraham into the fire, at Halil-ur-Rahman Mosque in Şanlıurfa.
The putative Tomb of Ezekiel at Al Kifl, near Baghdad.
The lance with which Jesus Christ was pierced.
Grotto at Nazareth said to have been the House of Joseph and Mary.
The Cave of the Apocalypse, Patmos island. The monastery of Saint John the Theologian, Patmos island.