Castello Estense, Ferrara
Following is the York Room, so named because the Duke of York, brother of King George III of England, who had been on a vessel near Monaco when he was taken ill, died there in 1787. Despite the gloomy history, the room itself has beautiful frescoes, which decorate this room, represent the four seasons and are the work of the Genovese artist Gregorio de Ferrari representing the four seasons.
The marble mosaic table in the center of this room is the one designated to signing official documents. The room is furnished with ornate ebony Florentine furniture from the 17th century, a Boulle clock and royal portraits.
Palais Princier de Monaco
Message on back date 1921.
Roughly this view.
Card has “1907” on the back, after publisher’s name (Dr. Trenkler & Co). It very well be the year. It is of that era.
Doge’s Palace, Venice
Gezirah Palace (Hotel), Cairo
Not dated. C.1950
Message on back:
Norman Castle built between 1153-1189 of Caen(?) stone brought from Normandy during the reign of King Henry II who was responsible for the murder of Thomas A’Beckett 1170.
All bedchambers, chapel & anti rooms are in the walls which are from 16′ to 21′ in width.
Even had water laid in every room, sanitation, and heating throughout when built. Wonderful fortress, never without a garrison of soldiers, who have even(?) living quarters attached.
Not dated. Maybe 1940s.
(Similar to this Google Maps street view.)