The Shrine of the Bab and its garden terraces illuminated just after dusk
The place where the Bab was suspended for execution with his disciple, Anis, is marked with an X
Place of concealment
The Shrine of Imám-Zádih Hasan . where the sacred remains of the Báb were concealed for a short time after their arrival in Tehran. (Photo: Baha'i World Centre)
The One who built the Shrine
'Abdu'l-Baha with Baha'is at the Shrine of the Bab
The Master with Baha'is at the northwest corrner of the Shrine of the Bab. Note the father of Shoghi Effendi, Mirza Hadi Shirazi, in front row wearing white gown and with arms folded. Third from right is 'Abbas-Quli of Qom, whom 'Abdu'l-Baha had appointed custodian of the Shrine.
Persian pilgrims and resident Baha'is at the Shrine. Note water tank at front, left.
'Abdu'l-Baha walks near His home. The Shrine of the Bab appears to the right, below the crest of Mount Carmel.
Western pilgrims and other Baha'is at the Shrine
The Shrine of the Bab as it appears today. (Photo: Baha'i World Centre).
A spectacular aerial view of the Shrine of the Bab and some of its garden terraces on the northern slope of Mount Carmel in Haifa, Israel.
The Shrine of the Bab from an unusual aerial vantage point over the northern end of Mount Carmel
A Shrine door
Aerial view of Mount Carmel in 1918. The Shrine can be seen just below the road crossing the slope of the mountain above the town of Haifa.
The Shrine of the Báb., with author in foreground, 2005.
A banner giving information about Journey to a Mountain outside the bookshop at the Australian national Baha'i Convention.
The Master just to the east of the Shrine (not picture).
'Abdu'l-Baha and the Friends. Westerner second from right of the Master is John Esslemont, later named a Hand of the Cause. Just out of sight at right is the Shrine. The house at left, owned by Abbas Quli (behind Western woman with big hat) was demolished in the 1930s. Photo: US Baha'i National Baha'i Archives.