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Cotonou Collection

Cotonou is the largest city in Benin, located in West Africa, and is a major port city and the economic center of the country

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Background imageCotonou Collection: The Goddess Akla Mami, Voodoo shrine in Cotonou, Benin, West Africa, Africa

The Goddess Akla Mami, Voodoo shrine in Cotonou, Benin, West Africa, Africa

Background imageCotonou Collection: Africa, Benin, Lake Nokoua. A woman on the way to the waterseller in the famous stilt

Africa, Benin, Lake Nokoua. A woman on the way to the waterseller in the famous stilt
Africa, Benin, Lake NokouA©. A woman on the way to the waterseller in the famous stilt village of Ganvie

Background imageCotonou Collection: African man praying the rosary, Cotonou, Benin, West Africa, Africa

African man praying the rosary, Cotonou, Benin, West Africa, Africa

Background imageCotonou Collection: Senegalese troops disembarking at the new wharf of Cotonou, Dahomey (colour litho)

Senegalese troops disembarking at the new wharf of Cotonou, Dahomey (colour litho)
2818292 Senegalese troops disembarking at the new wharf of Cotonou, Dahomey (colour litho) by Meyer, Henri (1841-99) (after); Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imageCotonou Collection: 'Chapelet lagunaire du golfe de Guinee; L'Ouest Africain, 1914. Creator: Unknown

'Chapelet lagunaire du golfe de Guinee; L'Ouest Africain, 1914. Creator: Unknown
'Chapelet lagunaire du golfe de Guinee; L'Ouest Africain, 1914. From "Grande Geographie Bong Illustree", 1914

Background imageCotonou Collection: Voodoo goddess, Voodoo shrine in Cotonou, Benin, West Africa, Africa

Voodoo goddess, Voodoo shrine in Cotonou, Benin, West Africa, Africa

Background imageCotonou Collection: Africa, Benin, Lake Nokoua. A woman on the way to the market in the famous stilt

Africa, Benin, Lake Nokoua. A woman on the way to the market in the famous stilt
Africa, Benin, Lake NokouA©. A woman on the way to the market in the famous stilt village of Ganvie

Background imageCotonou Collection: Africa, Benin, Lake Nokoua. A woman in her traditional wooden boat in the famous

Africa, Benin, Lake Nokoua. A woman in her traditional wooden boat in the famous
Africa, Benin, Lake NokouA©. A woman in her traditional wooden boat in the famous stilt village of Ganvie

Background imageCotonou Collection: Africa, Benin, Lake Nokoua. In the famous stilt village of Ganvie

Africa, Benin, Lake Nokoua. In the famous stilt village of Ganvie
Africa, Benin, Lake NokouA©. In the famous stilt village of Ganvie

Background imageCotonou Collection: Africa, Benin, Lake Nokoua. A view towards the famous stilt village of Ganvie

Africa, Benin, Lake Nokoua. A view towards the famous stilt village of Ganvie
Africa, Benin, Lake NokouA©. A view towards the famous stilt village of Ganvie

Background imageCotonou Collection: Africa, Benin, Lake Nokoua. A woman drives her canoe to the market in the famous

Africa, Benin, Lake Nokoua. A woman drives her canoe to the market in the famous
Africa, Benin, Lake NokouA©. A woman drives her canoe to the market in the famous stilt village of Ganvie

Background imageCotonou Collection: Africa, Benin, Lake Nokoua. Street scene in the famous stilt village

Africa, Benin, Lake Nokoua. Street scene in the famous stilt village
Africa, Benin, Lake NokouA©. " Street" scene in the famous stilt village of Ganvie

Background imageCotonou Collection: Africa, Benin, Lake Nokoua. A view in the channels of the famous stilt village

Africa, Benin, Lake Nokoua. A view in the channels of the famous stilt village
Africa, Benin, Lake NokouA©. A view in the channels of the famous stilt village of Ganvie

Background imageCotonou Collection: Africa, Benin, Lake Nokoua. Street scene with a typical shop in the

Africa, Benin, Lake Nokoua. Street scene with a typical shop in the
Africa, Benin, Lake NokouA©. " Street" scene with a typical shop in the famous stilt village of Ganvie

Background imageCotonou Collection: Africa, Benin, Lake Nokoua. A wooden boat in the famous stilt village of Ganvie

Africa, Benin, Lake Nokoua. A wooden boat in the famous stilt village of Ganvie
Africa, Benin, Lake NokouA©. A wooden boat in the famous stilt village of Ganvie

Background imageCotonou Collection: Africa, Benin, Cotonou. the backside of the famous market of Cotonou at sunset

Africa, Benin, Cotonou. the backside of the famous market of Cotonou at sunset

Background imageCotonou Collection: Africa, Benin, Lake Nokoua. A fisherman in his typical wooden canoe near to the

Africa, Benin, Lake Nokoua. A fisherman in his typical wooden canoe near to the
Africa, Benin, Lake NokouA©. A fisherman in his typical wooden canoe near to the famous stilt village of Ganvie

Background imageCotonou Collection: Africa, Benin, Lake Nokoua. Boat traffic in the famous stilt village of Ganvie

Africa, Benin, Lake Nokoua. Boat traffic in the famous stilt village of Ganvie
Africa, Benin, Lake NokouA©. Boat traffic in the famous stilt village of Ganvie

Background imageCotonou Collection: Africa, Benin, Lake NokouA. Fishermen from Ganvie village

Africa, Benin, Lake NokouA. Fishermen from Ganvie village
Africa, Benin, Lake Nokoue. Fishermen from Ganvie village

Background imageCotonou Collection: Africa, Benin, Lake NokouA. Traditional wooden boats in the channels of the famous

Africa, Benin, Lake NokouA. Traditional wooden boats in the channels of the famous
Africa, Benin, Lake Nokoue. Traditional wooden boats in the channels of the famous stilt village of Ganvie

Background imageCotonou Collection: Africa, Benin, Lake NokouA. Birds near the fish farms close to Ganvie village

Africa, Benin, Lake NokouA. Birds near the fish farms close to Ganvie village
Africa, Benin, Lake Nokoue. Birds near the fish farms close to Ganvie village

Background imageCotonou Collection: EyeUbiquitous_20005428

EyeUbiquitous_20005428
BENIN, Cotonou, Grand Marche de Dantokpa at the waters edge. Baskets of red peppers, people and wooden boats moored behind

Background imageCotonou Collection: Man and woman praying together with rosaries in a church, Cotonou, Benin, West Africa

Man and woman praying together with rosaries in a church, Cotonou, Benin, West Africa, Africa

Background imageCotonou Collection: Station on the Way of the Cross, Cotonou, Benin, West Africa, Africa

Station on the Way of the Cross, Cotonou, Benin, West Africa, Africa

Background imageCotonou Collection: Africa, Benin, Lake Nokoua. In the famous stilt village of Ganvie

Africa, Benin, Lake Nokoua. In the famous stilt village of Ganvie
Africa, Benin, Lake NokouA©. In the famous stilt village of Ganvie

Background imageCotonou Collection: Landing of the Senegalese Troops at the New Wharf in Cotonou, Benin, 1892. Artist: Henri Meyer

Landing of the Senegalese Troops at the New Wharf in Cotonou, Benin, 1892. Artist: Henri Meyer
Landing of the Senegalese Troops at the New Wharf in Cotonou, Benin, 1892. A print from the Le Petit Journal, 21st May 1892

Background imageCotonou Collection: Africa, Benin, Lake Nokoua. Fishermen from Ganvie village

Africa, Benin, Lake Nokoua. Fishermen from Ganvie village
Africa, Benin, Lake NokouA©. Fishermen from Ganvie village

Background imageCotonou Collection: Africa, Benin, Lake Nokoua. In the famous stilt village of Ganvie

Africa, Benin, Lake Nokoua. In the famous stilt village of Ganvie
Africa, Benin, Lake NokouA©. In the famous stilt village of Ganvie

Background imageCotonou Collection: Africa, Benin, Lake Nokoua. Street scene in the famous stilt village

Africa, Benin, Lake Nokoua. Street scene in the famous stilt village
Africa, Benin, Lake NokouA©. " Street" scene in the famous stilt village of Ganvie

Background imageCotonou Collection: African man praying the rosary, Cotonou, Benin, West Africa, Africa

African man praying the rosary, Cotonou, Benin, West Africa, Africa

Background imageCotonou Collection: Station on the Way of the Cross, Cotonou, Benin, West Africa, Africa

Station on the Way of the Cross, Cotonou, Benin, West Africa, Africa

Background imageCotonou Collection: Wharf at Cotonou, French Dahomey, West Africa

Wharf at Cotonou, French Dahomey, West Africa
Wharf at the port of Cotonou, French Dahomey, West Africa. Date: circa 1907

Background imageCotonou Collection: Landing of the Senegalese Troops at the New Wharf in Cotonou, from Le Petit Journal

Landing of the Senegalese Troops at the New Wharf in Cotonou, from Le Petit Journal
XIR246048 Landing of the Senegalese Troops at the New Wharf in Cotonou, from Le Petit Journal, 21st May 1892 (colour litho) by Meyer

Background imageCotonou Collection: Benin, Relief Map With Border and Mask

Benin, Relief Map With Border and Mask
Relief map of Benin (with border and mask). This image was compiled from data acquired by landsat 5 & 7 satellites combined with elevation data

Background imageCotonou Collection: Dahomey War (1892). Landings at Cotonou harbour

Dahomey War (1892). Landings at Cotonou harbour
" Dahomey War (1892). Landings at Cotonou harbour of the French-Senegalese troops to fight the uprising of King Behanzin (May 1892)

Background imageCotonou Collection: African priest, Cotonou, Benin, West Africa, Africa

African priest, Cotonou, Benin, West Africa, Africa

Background imageCotonou Collection: Benin - Scenes & Places

Benin - Scenes & Places
The Republic of Benin (formerly Dahomey) - places depicted on the card are capital city Porto-Novo, a house of the indigenous population (one of whom is pictured in the inset oval)


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Cotonou Collection

Cotonou is the largest city in Benin, located in West Africa, and is a major port city and the economic center of the country. Cotonou serves as an important hub for trade between Benin and other countries in West Africa, as well as Europe and North America. The city has a population of approximately 1 million people and is home to many different ethnic groups, including Fon, Yoruba, Bariba, Dendi, Mina and Mahi. Cotonou's economy relies heavily on its port activities; it also has a large industrial sector that produces textiles, food products and beverages. The city also offers numerous cultural attractions such as museums, art galleries and historical sites. Cotonou is known for its vibrant nightlife scene with bars, restaurants and nightclubs offering live music throughout the week.
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Our beautiful pictures are available as Framed Prints, Photos, Wall Art and Photo Gifts

The Cotonou collection from Media Storehouse is a stunning array of wall art and framed prints that capture the essence of Benin, Africa. Our collection features breathtaking images that showcase the beauty and diversity of this West African country. From vibrant street scenes to serene landscapes, each piece in the Cotonou collection tells a unique story about life in Benin. One standout image is a photograph of fishermen casting their nets into the ocean at sunset. The warm hues of orange and red create a striking contrast against the deep blue sea, making for an unforgettable visual experience. Another notable piece depicts women selling fresh produce at an outdoor market, showcasing the bustling energy and colorful culture found throughout Benin. The Cotonou collection offers a captivating glimpse into one of Africa's most fascinating countries. Whether you're looking to add some global flair to your home or office decor or simply appreciate beautiful photography, these prints are sure to impress.
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What are Cotonou (Benin Africa) art prints?

Cotonou art prints are a collection of unique and vibrant artworks that originate from the city of Cotonou in Benin, Africa. These prints showcase the rich cultural heritage and artistic traditions of this West African country, featuring colorful depictions of everyday life, traditional ceremonies, and local flora and fauna. Each print is carefully crafted by skilled artisans using a variety of techniques such as woodcutting, painting or screen printing. The result is an authentic piece of African art that captures the essence and beauty of Benin's culture. These prints make for great decorative pieces in any home or office setting. They can be framed to add a touch of elegance to your decor or used as part of a gallery wall display. Additionally, they serve as excellent gifts for anyone who appreciates art with cultural significance. Cotonou art prints offer a glimpse into the fascinating world of African art while also providing an opportunity to support local artists and communities in Benin.
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What Cotonou (Benin Africa) art prints can I buy from Media Storehouse?

We offer a wide range of Cotonou art prints that capture the beauty and culture of Benin, Africa. These prints showcase the vibrant colors, intricate patterns, and unique designs that are characteristic of Cotonou's art scene. From traditional African masks to contemporary paintings, we have something for every taste. One popular print is the "Voodoo Market" which depicts an outdoor market filled with colorful stalls selling various voodoo items such as herbs, potions, and charms. Another favorite is "The Zangbeto," which showcases a traditional masked dancer from the Fon tribe in Benin. Media Storehouse also offers prints featuring local landmarks such as the Cotonou Cathedral and the Dantokpa Market. These prints allow you to bring a piece of Cotonou into your home or office while celebrating its rich cultural heritage. Our collection of Cotonou art prints provides a glimpse into this fascinating city's artistic traditions and customs.
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How do I buy Cotonou (Benin Africa) art prints?

To buy Cotonou art prints, you can visit Media Storehouse and browse through our collection of African art. Look for the category or search for "Cotonou" to find specific prints from this region. Once you have found a print that you like, select the size and format (e.g., framed or unframed) that suits your needs. After selecting your options, add the print to your cart and proceed to checkout. At this point, you will be prompted to enter your shipping information and payment details. Make sure to double-check all of the information before submitting your order. Once your order has been processed, it will be shipped out to you in a timely manner. You can expect high-quality prints that are true-to-life representations of the original artwork. Buying Cotonou art prints is a great way to support local artists while adding unique pieces of African culture into your home or office décor.
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How much do Cotonou (Benin Africa) art prints cost?

We offer a wide range of Cotonou art prints for sale. The cost of these prints can vary depending on factors such as the size, quality, and rarity of the artwork. However, we do not disclose specific prices as they may be subject to change over time. Our collection includes a variety of styles and themes, from traditional African motifs to contemporary designs. Each print is carefully selected by our team of experts to ensure that it meets our high standards for quality and authenticity. We take pride in offering affordable prices for our customers while also supporting artists and photographers around the world. Our Cotonou art prints are a great way to bring a touch of African culture into your home or office decor. If you're interested in purchasing one of our Cotonou art prints, please visit our website or contact us for more information.
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How will my Cotonou (Benin Africa) art prints be delivered to me?

We take pride in delivering your Cotonou art prints to you with utmost care and efficiency. Our team of experts will ensure that your order is packaged securely and dispatched promptly from our warehouse. We use trusted delivery partners who have experience in handling delicate items like art prints. Your package will be tracked throughout the shipping process, so you can keep an eye on its progress until it arrives at your doorstep. To protect your artwork during transit, we use high-quality packaging materials such as sturdy cardboard tubes or flat mailers depending on the size of the print. We also include a certificate of authenticity with each print to guarantee its quality and provenance. Rest assured that when you order from Media Storehouse, you can expect a hassle-free delivery experience for your Cotonou art prints straight to your door.