Austria (20 Subjects)
Map of Vienna and its walls, 1566.
Female costume of Tirol.
View of Klagenfurt in Karinthia.
View of Linz in Austria.
Roman triumphal arch from the era of Constantine II (4th century CE), named also as Heidentor, in the city of Carnuntum, today Petronell, in Austria.
The Cathedral church of St. Stephen in Vienna.
Heidentor, Roman triumphal arch of the era of Constantine II (4th century CE), in the city of Carnuntum, today Petronell, in Austria.
A cross with half moons set over the churches of Hungary who pay tribute to the Sultan, according to the author. The Ottoman symbols of the star and the half moon upon the steeple of S. Stephen's Church in Vienna.
The fountain of Schlüsselbrunnen at Sankt Veit an der Glan, Austria.
Copper column in front of the Jesuits' College (Akademisches Gymnasium) in Vienna.
The Ottoman army camps outside Vienna, during the Second Siege of Vienna , 1683.
Battle of Vienna, 1683: Polish and Austrian regiments of the Holy League attack the Ottoman army.
Battle of Vienna, 1683: Polish and Austrian regiments of the Holy League under John III Sobieski drive the Ottoman army away from the city walls.
Leopold I, the Habsburg Emperor, escorted by Polish soldiers makes a triumphal entry into the tent of Grand Vizier Kara Mustafa Pasha, prime mover of the Second Siege of Vienna.
Portrait of Leopold I, the Holy Roman Emperor, head of the Christian states of Central Europe in the Second Siege of Vienna.
View of Vienna and Leopoldstadt island (today part of the city of Vienna).
View of the town of Neustadt, to the south of Vienna (today Wiener Neustadt). The town was one of the main bastions of defence against the Ottomans. During the Second Siege of Vienna.
View of Vráble castle, Slovakia. View of Güssing castle, Austria.
View of Graz, Austria. In the foreground, cavalry forces of the Habsburg army chase Ottomans away from the area.
View of Vienna from the southeast.