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Mount Athos: Buildings with a Windlass in Simopetra Monastery [BSA SPHS 01/0146.1210], Mount Athos: Buildings with a Windlass in Simopetra Monastery, Latest 1912

The original description in the SPHS register reads: "Mt. Athos: monastery of Simonos Petra. Buildings with windlass".

Mount Athos: Aqueduct at the Monastery of Simopetra Monastery [BSA SPHS 01/0147.1211], Mount Athos: Aqueduct at the Monastery of Simopetra Monastery, Latest 1912

The original description in the SPHS register reads: "Mt. Athos: monastery of Simonos Petra. Aqueduct at".

Mount Athos: Seaward side of Simopetra Monastery [BSA SPHS 01/4167.8540], Mount Athos: Seaward side of Simopetra Monastery, 1911

Part of a series of images taken by F.W. Hasluck during the course of his visit to Mount Athos in 1911. The original description in the SPHS register reads: "Athos: Simopetra: general view, seaward side".

Mount Athos: General view from the land of Simopetra Monastery with the aqueduct [BSA SPHS 01/4168.8541], Mount Athos: General view from the land of Simopetra Monastery with the aqueduct, 1911

Part of a series of images taken by F.W. Hasluck during the course of his visit to Mount Athos in 1911. The original description in the SPHS register reads: "Athos: Simopetra: general view from the land with aqueduct".

Mount Athos: General view of the seaward side of Simopetra Monastery [BSA SPHS 01/4218.8591], Mount Athos: General view of the seaward side of Simopetra Monastery, 1911

Part of a series of images taken by F.W. Hasluck during the course of his visit to Mount Athos in 1911. The original description in the SPHS register reads: "Athos: Simopetra: general view, seaward side".

Mount Athos: General view of the Simopetra Monastery (above) and its arsenal (below) [BSA SPHS 01/4742.9688], Mount Athos: General view of the Simopetra Monastery (above) and its arsenal (below), 1911

Part of a series of images taken by F.W. Hasluck during the course of his visit to Mount Athos in 1911. The original description in the SPHS register reads: "Athos: Simopetra, Arsenal & monastery from sea".