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Background imageFez Collection: FILM: CASABLANCA, 1942. Sidney Greenstreet and Ingrid Bergman in Casablanca directed by Michael

FILM: CASABLANCA, 1942. Sidney Greenstreet and Ingrid Bergman in Casablanca directed by Michael Curtiz, 1942

Background imageFez Collection: Royal Palace Door, Fes, Morocco

Royal Palace Door, Fes, Morocco

Background imageFez Collection: Mosaic with arab and kufic caligraphy (top) on a wall of the

Mosaic with arab and kufic caligraphy (top) on a wall of the Madrasa. Fes. Morocco

Background imageFez Collection: Chouwara traditional leather tannery in Old Fez, vats for tanning and dyeing leather hides

Chouwara traditional leather tannery in Old Fez, vats for tanning and dyeing leather hides and skins, Fez, Morocco, North Africa, Africa

Background imageFez Collection: Attarine Madrasah, Fez, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Morocco, North Africa, Africa

Attarine Madrasah, Fez, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Morocco, North Africa, Africa

Background imageFez Collection: Fez, Morocco, North Africa, Africa

Fez, Morocco, North Africa, Africa

Background imageFez Collection: Arabic calligraphy and Zellij tilework

Arabic calligraphy and Zellij tilework, Bou Inania Medersa, Medina, Fez, Morocco, North Africa, Africa

Background imageFez Collection: Olive tree in field of wild flowers

Olive tree in field of wild flowers, near Fez, Morocco, North Africa, Africa

Background imageFez Collection: Arabic style colorful wooden door, Fez, Morocco, North Africa

Arabic style colorful wooden door, Fez, Morocco, North Africa

Background imageFez Collection: Morocco - Moulay Yacoub, close to Fez

Morocco - Moulay Yacoub, close to Fez
A Sulphur water Spring. Moulay Yacoub, close to Fez, Morocco

Background imageFez Collection: Ornate architectural detail above the entrance to the Royal Palace, Fez

Ornate architectural detail above the entrance to the Royal Palace, Fez, Morocco, North Africa, Africa

Background imageFez Collection: Mosaic tilework

Mosaic tilework, Zaouia Moulay Idriss, an Islamic shrine, Fes el Bali, Fes (Fez), Morocco, North Africa, Africa

Background imageFez Collection: Bab el Mansour Gate - Fez, Morocco

Bab el Mansour Gate - Fez, Morocco
View through the city gate Bab el Mansour, built in 1732, in Fes (Fez), Morocco. The city gate leads to the old town. Date: circa 1930s

Background imageFez Collection: North Africa, Morocco, Fes, Medina, display of Hamzas, or Hands of Fatima

North Africa, Morocco, Fes, Medina, display of Hamzas, or Hands of Fatima

Background imageFez Collection: Spices, Fez, Morocco, North Africa, Africa

Spices, Fez, Morocco, North Africa, Africa

Background imageFez Collection: Brass Shop, Medina, Fez, Morocco, North Africa, Africa

Brass Shop, Medina, Fez, Morocco, North Africa, Africa

Background imageFez Collection: Ornate bronze doorway, Royal Palace, Fez el-Jedid, Fez, Morocco, North Africa, Africa

Ornate bronze doorway, Royal Palace, Fez el-Jedid, Fez, Morocco, North Africa, Africa

Background imageFez Collection: Traditional Moroccan rugs and lamps, street market, Fez, Morocco, North Africa, Africa

Traditional Moroccan rugs and lamps, street market, Fez, Morocco, North Africa, Africa

Background imageFez Collection: 803-54

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Background imageFez Collection: Detail of bronze door

Detail of bronze door, Royal Palace, Fez el-Jedid, Fez, Morocco, North Africa, Africa

Background imageFez Collection: Traditional Moroccan rugs for sale in the souk

Traditional Moroccan rugs for sale in the souk, Fez, Morocco, North Africa, Africa

Background imageFez Collection: Tile detail

Tile detail, Attarine Medressa, Fez, Morocco, North Africa

Background imageFez Collection: Royal Palace, Fez, Morocco, North Africa

Royal Palace, Fez, Morocco, North Africa

Background imageFez Collection: Africa, Morocco

Africa, Morocco
Fez Morocco a donkey carrying bags in the old medina

Background imageFez Collection: Ornate bronze doorway, Royal Palace, Fez el-Jedid, Fez, Morocco, North Africa, Africa

Ornate bronze doorway, Royal Palace, Fez el-Jedid, Fez, Morocco, North Africa, Africa

Background imageFez Collection: Traditional leather shoes on sale in a shop next to the tannery, Fez, Morocco

Traditional leather shoes on sale in a shop next to the tannery, Fez, Morocco, North Africa, Africa

Background imageFez Collection: Detail of tilework

Detail of tilework, the Royal Palace, Fez, Morocco, North Africa, Africa

Background imageFez Collection: Interior of the Riad 'Dar Tahra & Spa' hotel in the Fez medina, Morocco

Interior of the Riad "Dar Tahra & Spa" hotel in the Fez medina, Morocco. The medina of Fes was declared UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1981

Background imageFez Collection: Interior of the 'Al-Attarine' madrasa in the medina of Fez, Morocco

Interior of the "Al-Attarine" madrasa in the medina of Fez, Morocco. The medina of Fes was declared UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1981

Background imageFez Collection: Interior of the Nejjarine Museum of Wooden Arts & Crafts, Fez, Morocco

Interior of the Nejjarine Museum of Wooden Arts & Crafts, Fez, Morocco. The medina of Fes was declared UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1981

Background imageFez Collection: The main facade of the Fez railway station, Morocco

The main facade of the Fez railway station, Morocco

Background imageFez Collection: A decorated fountain in the Fez medina, Morocco

A decorated fountain in the Fez medina, Morocco

Background imageFez Collection: The entrance doors of the Fez Royal Palace (Dar El-Makhzen), Place des Alaouites, Fes, Morocco

The entrance doors of the Fez Royal Palace (Dar El-Makhzen), Place des Alaouites, Fes, Morocco

Background imageFez Collection: One of the entrance doors of the Fez Royal Palace (Dar El-Makhzen), Place des Alaouites, Fes

One of the entrance doors of the Fez Royal Palace (Dar El-Makhzen), Place des Alaouites, Fes, Morocco

Background imageFez Collection: A decorated door in the Medina of Fez, Morocco. The medina of Fes was declared UNESCO World

A decorated door in the Medina of Fez, Morocco. The medina of Fes was declared UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1981

Background imageFez Collection: Entrance doors of the Fez Royal Palace (Dar El-Makhzen), Place des Alaouites, Fes, Morocco

Entrance doors of the Fez Royal Palace (Dar El-Makhzen), Place des Alaouites, Fes, Morocco

Background imageFez Collection: Babouches colorful traditional Moroccan slippers on sale in a shop of the medina of Fez, Morocco

Babouches colorful traditional Moroccan slippers on sale in a shop of the medina of Fez, Morocco. The medina of Fes was declared UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1981

Background imageFez Collection: A decorated door in the Medina of Fez, Morocco. The medina of Fes was declared UNESCO World

A decorated door in the Medina of Fez, Morocco. The medina of Fes was declared UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1981

Background imageFez Collection: MOROCCO (c19th). View of Fez. Illustration of 1880 (Engraving)

MOROCCO (c19th). View of Fez. Illustration of 1880 (Engraving)
AIS5393974 MOROCCO (c19th). View of Fez. Illustration of 1880 (Engraving); Private Collection; © Lorio / Iberfoto

Background imageFez Collection: Costumes of the Berbers in the kingdom of Fez, North Africa, including men in cloak

Costumes of the Berbers in the kingdom of Fez, North Africa, including men in cloak and turban with chinstrap
FLO4620874 Costumes of the Berbers in the kingdom of Fez, North Africa, including men in cloak and turban with chinstrap. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by L

Background imageFez Collection: MOROCCO (c19th). Fez. Caravanserai courtyard. Roadside inn where travelers (Caravaners)

MOROCCO (c19th). Fez. Caravanserai courtyard. Roadside inn where travelers (Caravaners)
AIS5392863 MOROCCO (c19th). Fez. Caravanserai courtyard. Roadside inn where travelers (Caravaners) could rest and recover from the day's journey

Background imageFez Collection: Moulay Abd al Hafid (1876-1937) sultan of Morocco, photographed in the palace of Fez

Moulay Abd al Hafid (1876-1937) sultan of Morocco, photographed in the palace of Fez, in February 1911
1749724 Moulay Abd al Hafid (1876-1937) sultan of Morocco, photographed in the palace of Fez, in February 1911; (add.info.: Moulay Abd al Hafid (1876-1937) sultan of Morocco

Background imageFez Collection: Fez, Morocco. Colorful pottery tagines, tajines

Fez, Morocco. Colorful pottery tagines, tajines

Background imageFez Collection: Rooftops of Fez with satellite TV dishes, Morocco

Rooftops of Fez with satellite TV dishes, Morocco

Background imageFez Collection: Colorful handicraft souvenirs, Fez, Morocco

Colorful handicraft souvenirs, Fez, Morocco

Background imageFez Collection: Close up of decorated ancient walls with ceramic tiles and carved Arabic script, Fez, Morocco

Close up of decorated ancient walls with ceramic tiles and carved Arabic script, Fez, Morocco

Background imageFez Collection: Handmade Tagine ceramic serving bowls in the souks of medina, Fes, Morocco

Handmade Tagine ceramic serving bowls in the souks of medina, Fes, Morocco

Background imageFez Collection: Brightly colored tagine bowls and plates in a ceramic shop in Fes, Morocco

Brightly colored tagine bowls and plates in a ceramic shop in Fes, Morocco



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Why Choose Us?

We are a leading provider of Art Prints and Photo Gifts since 2003, working in partnership with a range of Sporting Clubs, Charities, Museums and Picture Libraries. A large share of profits from any of their images will go directly towards supporting that charity or club. Our archive of images is carefully curated to bring you a wide range of subjects, including landscapes, wildlife, architecture, and more. We ship from our partner labs in the UK, USA, EU (Netherlands) and Australia.
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Is wall art ready to hang?

For quick and easy installation all wall art, including framed prints, canvas prints and metal prints are supplied with a ready to hang solution on the back. Generally, saw tooth hangers are applied as they allow wall art to hang flush against the wall. The serrated edge of the hanger prevents the frame from shifting or tilting when hung.
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Are the photo prints fade resistant?

Yes, we use archival quality photo paper photographic paper for vivid reproduction Prints are an accurate representations of the original artwork, which is preserved for artistic character and authenticity. We guarantee they match previews shown on our web site