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Tripoli is the capital of Libya, located on the Mediterranean coast in North Africa, and is the largest city in Libya

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Background imageTripoli Collection: LIBYA. TRIPOLI. Leptis Magna. Forum of Septimius

LIBYA. TRIPOLI. Leptis Magna. Forum of Septimius Severus. Forum built after the rise to the empire of Lucius Septimius Severus in 193. Sculptural detail with Gorgons head. Roman art. Early Empire

Background imageTripoli Collection: Tripoli, Libya; The Castle; now housing the Museum of the Jamahariya as seen from across a small

Tripoli, Libya; The Castle; now housing the Museum of the Jamahariya as seen from across a small lake

Background imageTripoli Collection: Reference Map of Libya

Reference Map of Libya
Libya is an African nation situated in North Africa, along the Mediterranean Sea. Libya shares borders with Egypt, Sudan, Chad, Niger, Algeria, and Tunisia

Background imageTripoli Collection: Judaism. Torah scroll case wrapped in black. Libya, 1889

Judaism. Torah scroll case wrapped in black. Libya, 1889. Carved wood and cotton. Case: Gift of the Moshav movement, through Rabbi Menahem Hacohen and Bracha Yaniv, Survey of Synagogues

Background imageTripoli Collection: Roman mosaic dating from the 2nd century AD

Roman mosaic dating from the 2nd century AD, from the Villa of the Nile at Leptis Magna, Jamahiriya Museum, Tripoli, Libya, North Africa, Africa

Background imageTripoli Collection: Theatre, Sabratha, Libya

Theatre, Sabratha, Libya
The Roman Theatre of Sabratha in Libya. The magnificent late 3rd century theatre, that retains its three-storey architectural backdrop

Background imageTripoli Collection: Tripoli Palace

Tripoli Palace
The Governors Palace in Tripoli, Libya, later the Peoples Palace, circa 1930. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

Background imageTripoli Collection: Map / North Africa 19C

Map / North Africa 19C
Tunisia and Tripoli (now largely Libya)

Background imageTripoli Collection: Libya / Tripoli

Libya / Tripoli
(Tarabulus as Sham) the principal port of Libya

Background imageTripoli Collection: Thomas Hees and his Servant Thomas and Nephews Jan and Andries Hees, 1687

Thomas Hees and his Servant Thomas and Nephews Jan and Andries Hees, 1687. Creator: Michiel van Musscher
Thomas Hees and his Servant Thomas and Nephews Jan and Andries Hees, 1687. Other Title(s): Portrait of Thomas Hees (b. 1634/35)

Background imageTripoli Collection: View of Tripoli, 1662-1668. Creator: Reinier Zeeman

View of Tripoli, 1662-1668. Creator: Reinier Zeeman
View of Tripoli, 1662-1668

Background imageTripoli Collection: 'Panorama de Tripoli; Le Nord-Est Africain, 1914. Creator: Unknown

'Panorama de Tripoli; Le Nord-Est Africain, 1914. Creator: Unknown
'Panorama de Tripoli; Le Nord-Est Africain, 1914. From "Grande Geographie Bong Illustree", 1914

Background imageTripoli Collection: 'Tripoli. Le grand Sakko; Le Nord-Est Africain, 1914. Creator: Unknown

'Tripoli. Le grand Sakko; Le Nord-Est Africain, 1914. Creator: Unknown
'Tripoli. Le grand Sakko; Le Nord-Est Africain, 1914. From "Grande Geographie Bong Illustree", 1914

Background imageTripoli Collection: 'Les abords de Tripoli par un gros temps; Le Nord-Est Africain, 1914. Creator: Unknown

'Les abords de Tripoli par un gros temps; Le Nord-Est Africain, 1914. Creator: Unknown
'Les abords de Tripoli par un gros temps; Le Nord-Est Africain, 1914. From "Grande Geographie Bong Illustree", 1914

Background imageTripoli Collection: Reference Map of Libya with Keys

Reference Map of Libya with Keys
Libya is an African nation situated in North Africa, along the Mediterranean Sea. Libya shares borders with Egypt, Sudan, Chad, Niger, Algeria, and Tunisia

Background imageTripoli Collection: Map of Libya

Map of Libya
Reference Map of Libya

Background imageTripoli Collection: Libyan girls participate in a street festival held to celebrate their traditional

Libyan girls participate in a street festival held to celebrate their traditional clothing, in Tripoli, Libya, March 13, 2018. Picture taken March 13, 2018. REUTERS/Hani Amara

Background imageTripoli Collection: Marcus Aurelius Triumphal Arch

Marcus Aurelius Triumphal Arch
3787528 Marcus Aurelius Triumphal Arch; (add.info.: Marcus Aurelius Triumphal Arch, Tripoli, Libya. Illustration from Liebig collectible card series Remains of the Roman Empire in Africa (Italian)

Background imageTripoli Collection: Italo-Turkish War (also known as the War of Libya or Libyan Campaign)

Italo-Turkish War (also known as the War of Libya or Libyan Campaign): survey aerial photography of Tripoli Lybia. Date of Photograph:1911

Background imageTripoli Collection: ide of the Hadrian era statue after the original late Greek of the Statue of Venus-Aphrodite

ide of the Hadrian era statue after the original late Greek of the Statue of Venus-Aphrodite anadyomne from Cirene
Side of the Hadrian era statue after the original late Greek of the Statue of Venus-Aphrodite anadyomne from Cirene viewed from behind, formerly at the National Roman Museum, Terme of Diocletian

Background imageTripoli Collection: Venus-Aphrodite anadyomne from Cirene, detail, Roman National Museum

Venus-Aphrodite anadyomne from Cirene, detail, Roman National Museum (formerly Terme di Diocleziano), Rome. In 2008 the work was transferred to Libya, Archaeological Museum of Tripoli

Background imageTripoli Collection: enus-Aphrodite anadyomne from Cirene, formerly at the National Roman Museum, Terme of Diocletian

enus-Aphrodite anadyomne from Cirene, formerly at the National Roman Museum, Terme of Diocletian, Rome
Venus-Aphrodite anadyomne from Cirene, formerly at the National Roman Museum, Terme of Diocletian, Rome.In 2008 the work of art was moved in Libya, at the Archaeological Museum of Tripoli

Background imageTripoli Collection: Venus-Aphrodite anadyomne from Cirene, formerly at the National Roman Museum, Terme of Diocletian

Venus-Aphrodite anadyomne from Cirene, formerly at the National Roman Museum, Terme of Diocletian, Rome. In 2008 the work of art was moved in Libya, at the Archaeological Museum of Tripoli

Background imageTripoli Collection: Libyans attend an Eid al-Fitr prayer in Tripoli

Libyans attend an Eid al-Fitr prayer in Tripoli August 31, 2011. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra (LIBYA - Tags: RELIGION TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)

Background imageTripoli Collection: People hold a giant Libyan flag during a march to Martyrs Square in Tripoli

People hold a giant Libyan flag during a march to Martyrs Square in Tripoli February 25, 2012. REUTERS/Anis Mili (LIBYA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)

Background imageTripoli Collection: Smoke rises above following a fight at Souk Bouslim

Smoke rises above following a fight at Souk Bouslim, east of Tripoli August 25, 2011. Rebels fought gun battles in Tripoli with loyalists of Muammar Gaddafi on Wednesday as they hunted for his

Background imageTripoli Collection: Security personnel inspects the site of a suicide attack on the electoral commission in

Security personnel inspects the site of a suicide attack on the electoral commission in
A security personnel inspects the site of a suicide attack on the electoral commission in Tripoli, Libya May 2, 2018. REUTERS/Ismail Zitouny TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY

Background imageTripoli Collection: A mannequin is seen at the beach in Tripoli

A mannequin is seen at the beach in Tripoli September 6, 2011. REUTERS/Anis Mili (LIBYA - Tags: TRAVEL SOCIETY POLITICS CONFLICT TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)

Background imageTripoli Collection: A building on fire, which witnesses say was hit by a rocket

A building on fire, which witnesses say was hit by a rocket, burns after clashes between rival militias in the Sarraj district in Tripoli August 23, 2014

Background imageTripoli Collection: Italo-Turkish War (also known as the war in Libya or Libyan campaign)

Italo-Turkish War (also known as the war in Libya or Libyan campaign): crowd gathered for the proclamation of the annexation of Libya Lybia Tripoli. Date of Photograph:11/1911

Background imageTripoli Collection: Italo-Turkish War (also known as the war in Libya or Libyan campaign)

Italo-Turkish War (also known as the war in Libya or Libyan campaign): disembarkation of the Italian soldiers in Tripoli Lybia Tripoli. Date of Photograph:1912-1913

Background imageTripoli Collection: Italo-Turkish War (also known as the war in Libya or Libyan campaign)

Italo-Turkish War (also known as the war in Libya or Libyan campaign): Italian ship in the sea of ​​Tripoli Lybia Tripoli. Date of Photograph:1912-1913

Background imageTripoli Collection: Italo-Turkish War (also known as the war in Libya or Libyan campaign): General Garrone

Italo-Turkish War (also known as the war in Libya or Libyan campaign): General Garrone and General Cigliana near the military barracks Lybia Tripoli. Date of Photograph:20/08/1913

Background imageTripoli Collection: Italo-Turkish War (also known as the war in Libya or Libyan campaign)

Italo-Turkish War (also known as the war in Libya or Libyan campaign): General Cigliata and other italian officers Lybia Tripoli. Date of Photograph:20/08//1913

Background imageTripoli Collection: Italo-Turkish War (also known as the war in Libya or Libyan campaign)

Italo-Turkish War (also known as the war in Libya or Libyan campaign): infantry exercises with the use of camels Lybia Tripoli. Date of Photograph:08/1913

Background imageTripoli Collection: Italo-Turkish War (also known as the war in Libya or Libyan campaign)

Italo-Turkish War (also known as the war in Libya or Libyan campaign): General Cigliana is mustering the First Company Lybia Tripoli. Date of Photograph:20/08/1913

Background imageTripoli Collection: Italo-Turkish War (also known as the war in Libya or Libyan campaign)

Italo-Turkish War (also known as the war in Libya or Libyan campaign): soldier in an oasis of Tripoli Lybia Tripoli. Date of Photograph:1912-1913

Background imageTripoli Collection: Italo-Turkish War (also known as the war in Libya or Libyan campaign)

Italo-Turkish War (also known as the war in Libya or Libyan campaign): Soldiers near the crossroad of Hamura Lybia Tripoli, Hamura. Date of Photograph:1911-1913

Background imageTripoli Collection: Italo-Turkish War (also known as the War of Libya or Libyan Campaign)

Italo-Turkish War (also known as the War of Libya or Libyan Campaign): survey aerial photography in the trenches of Tripoli run by Lieutenant Christopher Ferrari from the edge of the dracken-ballon

Background imageTripoli Collection: Street in Tripoli, Libya, in 1870, digitally restored reproduction of a 19th century original

Street in Tripoli, Libya, in 1870, digitally restored reproduction of a 19th century original
1900s, 19th-century, accurate, archive, black, black-and-white, black-white, bloom, blossoms, commemorating, commemoration, contemporary, depiction, depictions, detail, detail view, details, digital

Background imageTripoli Collection: Bombardment of Tripoli 1805. Lithograph by Currier & Ives. 18460101. Tripolitan War, 1801-1805

Bombardment of Tripoli 1805. Lithograph by Currier & Ives. 18460101. Tripolitan War, 1801-1805
2599448 Bombardment of Tripoli 1805. Lithograph by Currier & Ives. 18460101. Tripolitan War, 1801-1805 by Currier, N. (1813-88) and Ives, J.M. (1824-95); (add.info.: Bombardment of Tripoli 1805)

Background imageTripoli Collection: A surprise for the Arabs in Tripolitania (colour litho)

A surprise for the Arabs in Tripolitania (colour litho)
2808772 A surprise for the Arabs in Tripolitania (colour litho) by Beltrame, Achille (1871-1945); Private Collection; (add.info.: A surprise for the Arabs in Tripolitania)

Background imageTripoli Collection: Anti-Italian violence in Benghazi, officers of an Italian steamer attacked in Tripolitania

Anti-Italian violence in Benghazi, officers of an Italian steamer attacked in Tripolitania... (colour litho)
2815218 Anti-Italian violence in Benghazi, officers of an Italian steamer attacked in Tripolitania... (colour litho) by Beltrame

Background imageTripoli Collection: New offensive means of war, effects of bombs dropped by an Italian military aviator

New offensive means of war, effects of bombs dropped by an Italian military aviator on the... (colour litho)
2815491 New offensive means of war, effects of bombs dropped by an Italian military aviator on the... (colour litho) by Beltrame

Background imageTripoli Collection: Capture of the Tripoli by the Enterprise, 1806-12 (oil on canvas)

Capture of the Tripoli by the Enterprise, 1806-12 (oil on canvas)
5861613 Capture of the Tripoli by the Enterprise, 1806-12 (oil on canvas) by Birch, Thomas (1779-1851); 45.1--65.1 cm; The Art Institute of Chicago, IL, USA; (add.info.: Thomas Birch (1779-1851))

Background imageTripoli Collection: The Forbidden Hinterland of Tripoli, Discoveries in the Unknown Sahara (b / w photo)

The Forbidden Hinterland of Tripoli, Discoveries in the Unknown Sahara (b / w photo)
1629216 The Forbidden Hinterland of Tripoli, Discoveries in the Unknown Sahara (b/w photo) by English Photographer, (20th century); Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imageTripoli Collection: Costume of a woman of Tripoli, 16th century. 1859-1860 (engraving)

Costume of a woman of Tripoli, 16th century. 1859-1860 (engraving)
7234066 Costume of a woman of Tripoli, 16th century. 1859-1860 (engraving) by Krieger, Christoph (d.c.1590); Private Collection; (add.info.: Costume of a woman of Tripoli, Libya, Ottoman Empire)

Background imageTripoli Collection: Young girl of Sokna, Fezzan, Kingdom of Tripoli (Libya)

Young girl of Sokna, Fezzan, Kingdom of Tripoli (Libya)
6339059 Young girl of Sokna, Fezzan, Kingdom of Tripoli (Libya) by T.S. & Duverger (18th-19th century); (add.info.: Young girl of Sokna, Fezzan, Kingdom of Tripoli (Libya)



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Tripoli Collection

Tripoli is the capital of Libya, located on the Mediterranean coast in North Africa, and is the largest city in Libya, with a population of over 1.7 million people. Tripoli has been an important port and trading center since ancient times, due to its strategic location between Europe and Africa. Today it is a modern city with many attractions including mosques, museums, markets and beaches. The old city contains some interesting historical sites such as the Red Castle and Medina Souk which are popular tourist destinations. The city also has a vibrant nightlife scene with plenty of bars, restaurants and clubs to explore. With its rich history and culture, it offers something for everyone making it an ideal destination for travelers looking to experience North African culture at its best.
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Our beautiful pictures are available as Framed Prints, Photos, Wall Art and Photo Gifts

The Tripoli collection from Media Storehouse is a stunning array of wall art and framed prints that showcase the beauty and culture of Libya's capital city. Our collection features a range of images, including aerial views of the city, colorful street scenes, and historic landmarks such as the Arch of Marcus Aurelius. Each piece in our collection captures the unique character and charm of Tripoli, with its mix of modern architecture and ancient ruins. Whether you're looking to add some color to your home or office decor or simply want to celebrate your love for this vibrant North African city, the Tripoli collection has something for everyone. With high-quality printing techniques that bring out every detail in each image, these pieces are sure to make a lasting impression on anyone who sees them. If you're looking for beautiful artwork that celebrates one of Africa's most fascinating cities, look no further than our Tripoli collection.
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What are Tripoli (Libya Africa) art prints?

Tripoli art prints are a collection of high-quality artistic images that showcase the beauty and culture of Tripoli, Libya. These prints feature stunning landscapes, historical landmarks, traditional architecture, and local customs captured by talented photographers and artists. They are available in various sizes and formats to suit different preferences. Tripoli art prints offer an excellent way to decorate your home or office with unique artwork that reflects the rich history and diversity of this North African city. Whether you're looking for a striking image of the ancient Roman ruins at Sabratha or a colorful depiction of the bustling markets in Medina, there is something for everyone in this collection. These prints make great gifts for anyone who loves travel, photography or art. They can be framed or mounted on canvas to create a beautiful focal point in any room. With so many options available from our extensive range, you're sure to find the perfect Tripoli art print to suit your taste and style.
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What Tripoli (Libya Africa) art prints can I buy from Media Storehouse?

We offer a wide range of Tripoli art prints that capture the beauty and culture of this historic city. You can choose from stunning photographs, vintage posters, and artistic illustrations that showcase the vibrant colors, intricate architecture, and rich history of Tripoli. Whether you are looking for panoramic views of the city skyline or close-up shots of its bustling markets and ancient landmarks, we have something to suit every taste. Some popular options include images of the iconic Arch of Marcus Aurelius, the majestic Red Castle Museum, and the bustling Martyrs' Square. You can also find prints featuring traditional Libyan dress, local cuisine, and cultural festivals. With high-quality printing techniques and a variety of sizes available to choose from, these art prints make great additions to any home or office decor.
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How do I buy Tripoli (Libya Africa) art prints?

To buy Tripoli art prints from Media Storehouse, you can browse our extensive collection of high-quality images featuring the city and its surroundings. Once you have found a print that catches your eye, simply select the size and format that best suits your needs. You can choose from a range of options including canvas prints, framed prints, and photographic prints. To complete your purchase, add the chosen item to your cart and proceed to checkout. At this point, you will be asked to provide shipping information and payment details. We accept various forms of payment including credit cards and PayPal. Once your order has been processed, it will be printed on premium quality materials using state-of-the-art printing technology. Your artwork will then be carefully packaged for safe delivery straight to your door. Whether you are looking for a unique piece of wall art or a special gift for someone who loves travel photography, buying Tripoli art prints from Media Storehouse is an easy and convenient way to bring beautiful imagery into your home or office space.
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How much do Tripoli (Libya Africa) art prints cost?

We offer a wide range of Tripoli art prints that vary in price depending on the size and type of print. Our collection includes high-quality photographic prints, canvas prints, framed prints, and more. The prices for our Tripoli art prints are competitive and affordable without compromising on quality. We work with professional photographers who capture stunning images of Tripoli's architecture, landscapes, people, and culture. These images are then carefully curated to ensure that only the best ones make it into our collection. Whether you're looking for a small print to add some color to your home or office or a large statement piece to create an impact in your living space, we have something for everyone. Our Tripoli art prints are perfect for anyone who loves African culture or wants to bring a touch of exotic beauty into their home décor.
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How will my Tripoli (Libya Africa) art prints be delivered to me?

We are committed to delivering your Tripoli art prints in the most secure and efficient manner possible. Once you have placed your order with us, our team will carefully package your artwork using high-quality materials to ensure that it arrives at its destination in perfect condition. We work with a range of trusted delivery partners to offer a variety of shipping options depending on your location and preferences. Whether you choose standard or express delivery, rest assured that we will provide tracking information so you can monitor the progress of your shipment. Our goal is to make sure that every customer receives their Tripoli art prints as quickly and hassle-free as possible. If you have any questions about our delivery process or need assistance with placing an order, please don't hesitate to contact our friendly customer service team who will be happy to help.