- Type is exactly "Landscape"
This image shows that in 1962 there was still a clear distance between Qalb Lozeh and Qirq Bizeh. By the late 1990s only two or three fields and a road separated the two ancient settlements.
A view of Jvari from Mkskheta showing the line of sight between the capital and the place where St. Nino raised the Cross.
This is a view of the distinctive houses of Maaloula that are built on top of each other terraced into the steep-sided valley in which the town is located.
This is a panoramic view of the Roman era ruins at Palmyra taken from Qalat Ibn Maan, the castle to the west of the city.
This view eastwards over Qaryatayn shows the wadi (seasonal watercourse) in the foreground with Dayr Mar Elian in the middle and the modern settlement in the background. The pictures face eastwards in the direction of Palmyra.
Views looking eastwards from the central courtyard of Deir Mar Musa over the desert.
These views of the remains of Halabiyeh were taken downstream of the site, standing on the ruins of Zalabiyeh.
The Austrian Hospice is located within the old city of Jerusalem on the via Dolorosa to the north of the city. It is situated high above the surrounding area and it therefore offers great views of the city. These photographs were taking looking southwards to the Dome of the Rock and eastwards towards the church of the Holy Sepulchre.
The church of the Redeemer was built in the late 19th Century above the site of the church St. Mary Minor. Today, visitors are able to walk up the tower for the most wonderful 360° views of the city. This is a collection of photographs with views towards the Dome of the Rock, the Mount of Olives, the Church of the Holy Sepulchre and the rooftops of Jerusalem.
Jerusalem’s Citadel, also known as the Tower of David, is located to the west of the city, close to the Jaffa Gate. These photographs are taken from the museum with views north-eastwards towards the domes of the church of the Holy Sepulchre and the Lutheran church of the Redeemer and eastwards towards the Dome of the Rock and the Mount of Olives.