A woodblock print depicting men and women in traditional japanese clothing crossing three red bridges in the central foreground that lead to a red temple in the central background. An island with trees is in the center of the scene. There are white clouds covering the horizon and surrounding the temple.
Inscribed in negative, l.r.: "EM. PEC/NIMES 1851" Inscribed in graphite on mount, l.l.: "Maison Carrée at Nîmes" Verso: inscribed in graphite, u.r. "Temple of Fortune/ at Nimes/ 1855"; u.r. corner "[???]/ 36"
Inscribed on block: J JUNGTOW sc AR Inscribed in margin below: Der Tod als Freund / Herausgegeben aus der Akademie der Holzschneidekunst von H. Burkner in Dresden / Druck von Breitkopf und Hartel in Leipzig / Erschienen bei Hermann Michels, Buch und Kunstverlag in Dusseldorf
A two-story cottage with two chimneys is in the middle of the page. The view of it is obstructed by the large mound that takes up the right half of the image. There is a green tree on the left side of the cottage.