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World Heritage Metal Print Collection

UNESCO World Heritage Sites and other historic marvels from around the world

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26 Metal Prints

Background imageWorld Heritage Metal Print Collection: Burj Safita, Syria XAWF04840

Burj Safita, Syria XAWF04840
Chastel Blanc, or Burj Safita, Tartous Governorate, Syria. Built in the 12th century by the Knights Templar as one of a string of Crusader fortifications in the area

Background imageWorld Heritage Metal Print Collection: Edinburgh Castle DIX02_01_164

Edinburgh Castle DIX02_01_164
EDINBURGH CASTLE, EDINBURGH, SCOTLAND. Edinburgh Castle viewed from the Grassmarket

Background imageWorld Heritage Metal Print Collection: Chartres Cathedral, France AL2383_014_01

Chartres Cathedral, France AL2383_014_01
Chartres Cathedral, France. The west front, showing the two contrasting spires. Albumen print from an album compiled in 1885

Background imageWorld Heritage Metal Print Collection: Notre Dame XAWF07001

Notre Dame XAWF07001
Cathedral Church of Notre-Dame de Paris, Ile de la Cite, Paris, France. The Gothic Cathedral was begun in 1160, replacing earlier churches on the same site

Background imageWorld Heritage Metal Print Collection: Suez Canal, 1918 EGP_22663_18

Suez Canal, 1918 EGP_22663_18
Suez Canal, Egypt. Aerial view showing a camouflaged ship at the entrance to the Suez Canal near Ismailia. The photograph was probably taken from an observation balloon at a range of 500ft

Background imageWorld Heritage Metal Print Collection: Giza, Egypt. XAWCF0437

Giza, Egypt. XAWCF0437
Pyramids of Giza, Egypt. Part of the Memphis and its Necropolis World Heritage Site. The three pyramids of great pharaohs Khufu, Khafre and Menkaure

Background imageWorld Heritage Metal Print Collection: Cairo Citadel, Egypt EGP_22663_06

Cairo Citadel, Egypt EGP_22663_06
Cairo Citadel, Egypt. Also known as the Saladin Citadel after the Ayyubid ruler Salah-al-Din, who ordered its construction

Background imageWorld Heritage Metal Print Collection: Petra, Jordan XAWF03945

Petra, Jordan XAWF03945
The Treasury (Al-Khazneh), Petra, Jordan. This is a monumental building carved out of the rock face in Nabataean classical style. Part of the Petra World Heritage site. Photographed by Aerofilms Ltd

Background imageWorld Heritage Metal Print Collection: Petra, Jordan XAWF02036

Petra, Jordan XAWF02036
Ad Deir, Petra, Jordan. Also known as " the Monastery" this is a monumental building carved out of the rock face in Nabataean classical style. Part of the Petra World Heritage site

Background imageWorld Heritage Metal Print Collection: Ctesiphon, Iraq XAWF02690

Ctesiphon, Iraq XAWF02690
The Arch of Ctesiphon (Taq Kisra), Al Mada in, Iraq. Remnant of the capital city of the Sassanian empire that was depopulated after the Muslim conquest

Background imageWorld Heritage Metal Print Collection: Band-e Kaisar, Iran XAWAB0244

Band-e Kaisar, Iran XAWAB0244
Band-e Kaisar, Shustar, Iran. Also known as Valerians Bridge, this bridge and dam was reputedly constructed by captive Roman soldiers after Sassanian Shah Shapur Is victory over the Roman Emperor

Background imageWorld Heritage Metal Print Collection: Persepolis, Iran XAWC13650

Persepolis, Iran XAWC13650
Persepolis, Iran. The palace terrace complex was the capital of the Achaemenid Empire founded by Darius I in 518 BCE. Based on the model of Assyrian and Babylonian palaces

Background imageWorld Heritage Metal Print Collection: Aleppo, Syria XAWCF0450

Aleppo, Syria XAWCF0450
Aleppo, Aleppo Governorate, Syria. The Citadel of Aleppo photographed from the air in 1931 (Aerofilms Collection). One of the most historic cities in the world

Background imageWorld Heritage Metal Print Collection: Krak des Chevalier, Syria XAWF04845

Krak des Chevalier, Syria XAWF04845
Crac des Chevaliers, or Hosn al Akrad, Syria. The earlier fort was given to the Knights Hospitallers in 1142 and became their main military base for over a century

Background imageWorld Heritage Metal Print Collection: Citadel of Masyaf, Syria XAWF04839

Citadel of Masyaf, Syria XAWF04839
Masyaf Castle, Hama Governorate, Syria. Famously the Medieval headquarters of Rashid ad-Din Sinan, the " Old Man of the Mountains", leader of the Hashashshin Sect (Assassins)

Background imageWorld Heritage Metal Print Collection: Sphinx, Egypt XAWCF0436

Sphinx, Egypt XAWCF0436
The Great Sphinx of Giza, Egypt. Photographed in 1931 with the head of the sphinx encased in scaffolding and works underway excavating the body

Background imageWorld Heritage Metal Print Collection: Erbil, Iraq XAWK00229

Erbil, Iraq XAWK00229
Erbil, Erbil Governorate, Iraq. This city has survived 6 thousand years more or less on the same site. It formed a provincial centre for whichever of the numerous empires that once held sway over

Background imageWorld Heritage Metal Print Collection: Nimrud, Iraq XAWC11429

Nimrud, Iraq XAWC11429
Nimrud, Nineveh Governorate, Iraq. Vertical aerial photograph of the ancient tell near Noomanea village thought by local tradition to have been the city of " Nimrod"

Background imageWorld Heritage Metal Print Collection: Eiffel Tower, Paris, France CVS01_01_076

Eiffel Tower, Paris, France CVS01_01_076
Eiffel Tower, Paris, taken from a tethered balloon. Shadbolt recorded this image as Photograph of Paris Exhibition with Eiffel Tower taken from captive balloon

Background imageWorld Heritage Metal Print Collection: Krak des Chevalier, Syria XAWF04841

Krak des Chevalier, Syria XAWF04841
Crac des Chevaliers, or Hosn al Akrad, Syria. The earlier fort was given to the Knights Hospitallers in 1142 and became their main military base for over a century

Background imageWorld Heritage Metal Print Collection: Qal at Salah-ed-Din, Syria XAWF04838

Qal at Salah-ed-Din, Syria XAWF04838
Citadel of Salah Ed-Din, Lattakia, Syria. Originally Byzantine, Lattakia became part of the Crusader Principality of Antioch in the early 12th century

Background imageWorld Heritage Metal Print Collection: Erbil, Iraq XAWK00233

Erbil, Iraq XAWK00233
Erbil, Erbil Governorate, Iraq. This city has survived 6 thousand years more or less on the same site. It formed a provincial centre for whichever of the numerous empires that once held sway over

Background imageWorld Heritage Metal Print Collection: Samarra, Iraq XAWF03628

Samarra, Iraq XAWF03628
Samarra, Saladin Governorate, Iraq. Once the capital of the Abbasid Caliphate in the 9th century CE. The famous spiral minaret of the Great Mosque of Samarra was built in 847 CE by Caliph

Background imageWorld Heritage Metal Print Collection: Babylon, Iraq XAWF06287

Babylon, Iraq XAWF06287
Babylon, Hillah, Babil Governorate, Iraq. Aerial view of the extensive remains of the ancient city beside the Euphrates. Originating in the 23rd century BCE, and capital of more than one empire

Background imageWorld Heritage Metal Print Collection: Samarra, Iraq XAWC14179

Samarra, Iraq XAWC14179
Samarra, Saladin Governorate, Iraq. Once the capital of the Abbasid Caliphate in the 9th century CE. The famous spiral minaret of the Great Mosque of Samarra was built in 847 CE by Caliph

Background imageWorld Heritage Metal Print Collection: Hatra, Iraq XAWC11908

Hatra, Iraq XAWC11908
Hatra, Ninawa Province, Iraq. Vertical aerial photograph showing the ancient Parthian City. A Hellenistic foundation by the Seleucid Empire probably in the 3rd century BCE


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