Sebastopol, Taken from a Watch Tower in the Centre of the Town

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The highest building in front is the Library; on the right are the Cathedral and the Admiralty Tower, the Military Port, Fort St. Paul, the Dockyard, and part of the Marine Suburb; on the left, the Artillery Bay, and beyond the Gulf, in the background, Fort Constantine, the Northern Fortress, and the Inkerman Lighthouses.

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