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Bulawayo Collection

Bulawayo is the second largest city in Zimbabwe and is located in the south-western part of the country

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Background imageBulawayo Collection: Main Street, Bulawayo, Rhodesia (Zimbabwe)

Main Street, Bulawayo, Rhodesia (Zimbabwe)
Main Street, Bulawayo, Southern Rhodesia (now Zimbabwe), with the Cecil Rhodes Memorial in the distance on the left. Date: circa 1920

Background imageBulawayo Collection: The Victoria Falls

The Victoria Falls
circa 1961: A view of The Victoria Falls on the Zambezi River at Bulawayo discovered by David Livingstone in 1855. (Photo by Fox Photos/Getty Images)

Background imageBulawayo Collection: A giraffe walks near a carcass of an elephant at a watering hole inside Hwange National

A giraffe walks near a carcass of an elephant at a watering hole inside Hwange National Park, in Zimbabwe, October 23, 2019. REUTERS/Philimon Bulawayo - RC168AFD7E50

Background imageBulawayo Collection: RICKSHAW / BULAWAYO / 1920 S

RICKSHAW / BULAWAYO / 1920 S
A horned Rickshaw man in Bulawayo, Southern Rhodesia (now Zimbabwe)

Background imageBulawayo Collection: Africa, Zimbabwe, Bulawayo. A public bus on the main road

Africa, Zimbabwe, Bulawayo. A public bus on the main road

Background imageBulawayo Collection: A group of elephants and giraffes walk near a watering hole inside Hwange National Park

A group of elephants and giraffes walk near a watering hole inside Hwange National Park, in Zimbabwe, October 23, 2019. REUTERS/Philimon Bulawayo

Background imageBulawayo Collection: A marabou stork stands on an elephant carcass at a watering hole inside Hwange National

A marabou stork stands on an elephant carcass at a watering hole inside Hwange National Park, in Zimbabwe, October 23, 2019. REUTERS/Philimon Bulawayo TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY - RC1A62536D40

Background imageBulawayo Collection: A group of elephants and giraffes walk near a watering hole inside Hwange National Park

A group of elephants and giraffes walk near a watering hole inside Hwange National Park, in Zimbabwe, October 23, 2019. REUTERS/Philimon Bulawayo - RC11BD12D1C0

Background imageBulawayo Collection: A street vendor offers passport covers for sale outside a Home Affairs Department office

A street vendor offers passport covers for sale outside a Home Affairs Department office in Harare, Zimbabwe, July 2, 2019. Picture taken July 2, 2019.REUTERS/Philimon Bulawayo

Background imageBulawayo Collection: A group of elephants and giraffes walk near a carcass of an elephant at a watering hole

A group of elephants and giraffes walk near a carcass of an elephant at a watering hole inside Hwange National Park, in Zimbabwe, October 23, 2019. REUTERS/Philimon Bulawayo

Background imageBulawayo Collection: A group of elephants walk near a solar panel at a watering hole inside Hwange National

A group of elephants walk near a solar panel at a watering hole inside Hwange National Park, in Zimbabwe, October 23, 2019. REUTERS/Philimon Bulawayo

Background imageBulawayo Collection: A donkey searches for water at a dry borehole in rural Masvingo

A donkey searches for water at a dry borehole in rural Masvingo, in this picture taken January 21, 2016. The United Nations World Food Programme said some 14 million people face hunger in southern

Background imageBulawayo Collection: Boulders in the Matopo Mountains in Bulawayo, Rhodesia, the current Zimbabwe

Boulders in the Matopo Mountains in Bulawayo, Rhodesia, the current Zimbabwe Republic of Zimbabwe Rhodesia, (Zimbabwe), Bulawayo. Date of Photograph:1920 - 1940 ca

Background imageBulawayo Collection: Rocks sculpted by atmospheric agents in the Matopo Mountains in Bulawayo in Rhodesia

Rocks sculpted by atmospheric agents in the Matopo Mountains in Bulawayo in Rhodesia, the current Zimbabwe Republic of Zimbabwe Rhodesia, (Zimbabwe), Bulawayo. Date of Photograph:1920 - 1940 ca

Background imageBulawayo Collection: Rocky forms sculpted by atmospheric agents in the Matopo Mountains in Rhodesia, the present Zimbabwe

Rocky forms sculpted by atmospheric agents in the Matopo Mountains in Rhodesia, the present Zimbabwe Republic of Zimbabwe Rhodesia, (Zimbabwe), Bulawayo. Date of Photograph:1920 - 1940 ca

Background imageBulawayo Collection: The government building in Bulawayo in Rhodesia, the current Zimbabwe

The government building in Bulawayo in Rhodesia, the current Zimbabwe Republic of Zimbabwe Rhodesia, (Zimbabwe), Bulawayo. Date of Photograph:1920 - 1940 ca

Background imageBulawayo Collection: The Government Building with colonnade, Bulawayo in Rhodesia, the present Zimbabwe

The Government Building with colonnade, Bulawayo in Rhodesia, the present Zimbabwe Republic of Zimbabwe Rhodesia, (Zimbabwe), Bulawayo. Date of Photograph:1920 - 1940 ca

Background imageBulawayo Collection: The hut of the politician and diamond merchant Cecil Rhodes in Bulawayo in Rhodesia

The hut of the politician and diamond merchant Cecil Rhodes in Bulawayo in Rhodesia, the current Zimbabwe Republic of Zimbabwe Rhodesia, (Zimbabwe), Bulawayo. Date of Photograph:1920 - 1940 ca

Background imageBulawayo Collection: Stone tomb of the politician and diamond merchant Cecil Rhodes on the rocky promontory of

Stone tomb of the politician and diamond merchant Cecil Rhodes on the rocky promontory of the Matopo Mountains in Bulawayo, Rhodesia, the current Zimbabwe Republic of Zimbabwe Rhodesia, (Zimbabwe)

Background imageBulawayo Collection: Group of people having a picnic in a glade in the Matopo Mountains in Rhodesia, the present Zimbabwe

Group of people having a picnic in a glade in the Matopo Mountains in Rhodesia, the present Zimbabwe Republic of Zimbabwe Rhodesia, (Zimbabwe), Bulawayo. Date of Photograph:1920 - 1940 ca

Background imageBulawayo Collection: Tomb of the politician and diamond merchant Cecil Rhodes between the rocks of the Matopo Mountains

Tomb of the politician and diamond merchant Cecil Rhodes between the rocks of the Matopo Mountains in Bulawayo, Rhodesia, the current Zimbabwe Republic of Zimbabwe Rhodesia, (Zimbabwe), Bulawayo

Background imageBulawayo Collection: Rocky outcrops of the Matopo Mountains in Bulawayo in Rhodesia, the present Zimbabwe

Rocky outcrops of the Matopo Mountains in Bulawayo in Rhodesia, the present Zimbabwe Republic of Zimbabwe Rhodesia, (Zimbabwe), Bulawayo. Date of Photograph:1920 - 1940 ca

Background imageBulawayo Collection: Building where the local government assembles in Bulawayo, Rhodesia, the current Zimbabwe

Building where the local government assembles in Bulawayo, Rhodesia, the current Zimbabwe Republic of Zimbabwe Rhodesia, (Zimbabwe), Bulawayo. Date of Photograph:1920 - 1940 ca

Background imageBulawayo Collection: A herd of elephants walk past a watering hole in Hwange National Park

A herd of elephants walk past a watering hole in Hwange National Park October 14, 2014. The watering hole was one of several that were contaminated by poachers with cyanide in 2013

Background imageBulawayo Collection: A marabou stork stands on an elephant carcass at a watering hole inside Hwange National

A marabou stork stands on an elephant carcass at a watering hole inside Hwange National Park, in Zimbabwe, October 23, 2019. REUTERS/Philimon Bulawayo TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY

Background imageBulawayo Collection: A group of elephants are seen at a watering hole inside Hwange National Park

A group of elephants are seen at a watering hole inside Hwange National Park, in Zimbabwe, October 23, 2019. REUTERS/Philimon Bulawayo

Background imageBulawayo Collection: A group of elephants are seen near a watering hole inside Hwange National Park

A group of elephants are seen near a watering hole inside Hwange National Park, in Zimbabwe, October 23, 2019. REUTERS/Philimon Bulawayo

Background imageBulawayo Collection: A giraffe walks near a carcass of an elephant at a watering hole inside Hwange National

A giraffe walks near a carcass of an elephant at a watering hole inside Hwange National Park, in Zimbabwe, October 23, 2019. REUTERS/Philimon Bulawayo

Background imageBulawayo Collection: A lion is seen approaching an elephant carcass at a watering hole inside Hwange National

A lion is seen approaching an elephant carcass at a watering hole inside Hwange National Park, in Zimbabwe, October 23, 2019. REUTERS/Philimon Bulawayo

Background imageBulawayo Collection: A group of elephants are seen at a watering hole inside Hwange National Park

A group of elephants are seen at a watering hole inside Hwange National Park, in Zimbabwe, October 23, 2019. REUTERS/Philimon Bulawayo - RC17E34885A0

Background imageBulawayo Collection: A group of elephants are seen near a watering hole inside Hwange National Park

A group of elephants are seen near a watering hole inside Hwange National Park, in Zimbabwe, October 23, 2019. REUTERS/Philimon Bulawayo - RC124AF2E6C0

Background imageBulawayo Collection: A group of elephants and giraffes walk near a carcass of an elephant at a watering

A group of elephants and giraffes walk near a carcass of an elephant at a watering hole inside Hwange National Park, in Zimbabwe, October 23, 2019. REUTERS/Philimon Bulawayo - RC12E653D6B0

Background imageBulawayo Collection: A group of elephants walk near a solar panel at a watering hole inside Hwange National

A group of elephants walk near a solar panel at a watering hole inside Hwange National Park, in Zimbabwe, October 23, 2019. REUTERS/Philimon Bulawayo - RC1B65678A70

Background imageBulawayo Collection: A lion is seen approaching an elephant carcass at a watering hole inside Hwange National

A lion is seen approaching an elephant carcass at a watering hole inside Hwange National Park, in Zimbabwe, October 23, 2019. REUTERS/Philimon Bulawayo - RC17F28FE700

Background imageBulawayo Collection: africa, Zimbabwe, Bulawayo. Rhino tracking in Matobo Hills National Park

africa, Zimbabwe, Bulawayo. Rhino tracking in Matobo Hills National Park

Background imageBulawayo Collection: Africa, Zimbabwe, Bulawayo. Matobo Hills National Park, ranger protecting rhinos

Africa, Zimbabwe, Bulawayo. Matobo Hills National Park, ranger protecting rhinos from poaching

Background imageBulawayo Collection: Crocodile hatchling swim inside a pen at Nyanyana Crocodile Farm in Kariba

Crocodile hatchling swim inside a pen at Nyanyana Crocodile Farm in Kariba, in this picture taken April 2, 2014. Crocodiles are some of the most feared predators in Africa

Background imageBulawayo Collection: Government House, Bulawayo, Africa - Victorian period

Government House, Bulawayo, Africa - Victorian period

Background imageBulawayo Collection: Shangani Memorial, Matobo, Rhodesia (Zimbabwe)

Shangani Memorial, Matobo, Rhodesia (Zimbabwe)
Shangani Memorial, Matobo (Rhodes Matopos National Park), near Bulawayo, Southern Rhodesia (now Zimbabwe). Commemorating British soldiers of the Shangani Patrol

Background imageBulawayo Collection: Africa African Rhodesia Zimbabwe 1920s 20s Twenties

Africa African Rhodesia Zimbabwe 1920s 20s Twenties
africa, african, rhodesia, zimbabwe, 1920s, 20s, twenties, south, southern, bulawayo, colonial, colonialism, 1920, memorial, death, burial, cecil, rhodes, grave, matobo, matopos, national, park

Background imageBulawayo Collection: Victoria Cross, Trooper Herbert Stephen Henderson, Rhodesia Horse, Bulawayo Field Force

Victoria Cross, Trooper Herbert Stephen Henderson, Rhodesia Horse, Bulawayo Field Force, 1896 (metal)
5922728 Victoria Cross, Trooper Herbert Stephen Henderson, Rhodesia Horse, Bulawayo Field Force, 1896 (metal) by British School, (19th century); National Army Museum

Background imageBulawayo Collection: The Matabili and Mashona Revolt, Column under Colonel Napier marching, 11 May

The Matabili and Mashona Revolt, Column under Colonel Napier marching, 11 May
1605578 The Matabili and Mashona Revolt, Column under Colonel Napier marching, 11 May, from Buluwayo to punish Rebels and meet Mr Cecil Rhodes and the Salisbury Column (engraving) by Prior

Background imageBulawayo Collection: The War, Operations in Rhodesia (litho)

The War, Operations in Rhodesia (litho)
1600641 The War, Operations in Rhodesia (litho) by Wright, Henry Charles Seppings (1850-1937); Private Collection; (add.info.: The War, Operations in Rhodesia)

Background imageBulawayo Collection: On the Road to Bulawayo, selling Horses by Auction at Mafeking (litho)

On the Road to Bulawayo, selling Horses by Auction at Mafeking (litho)
1042214 On the Road to Bulawayo, selling Horses by Auction at Mafeking (litho) by Fripp, Charles Edwin (1854-1906); Private Collection; (add.info.: On the Road to Bulawayo)

Background imageBulawayo Collection: Native Police, Bulawayo (b / w photo)

Native Police, Bulawayo (b / w photo)
1592810 Native Police, Bulawayo (b/w photo) by English Photographer, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Native Police, Bulawayo)

Background imageBulawayo Collection: Lions, which had destroyed Eight Asses, shot at Sebungu-Poort, Bulawayo (b / w photo)

Lions, which had destroyed Eight Asses, shot at Sebungu-Poort, Bulawayo (b / w photo)
1592656 Lions, which had destroyed Eight Asses, shot at Sebungu-Poort, Bulawayo (b/w photo) by English Photographer, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Lions)

Background imageBulawayo Collection: The Siege of Bulawayo, the Ambulance Corps at Work (litho)

The Siege of Bulawayo, the Ambulance Corps at Work (litho)
1042220 The Siege of Bulawayo, the Ambulance Corps at Work (litho) by Nash, Joseph (d.1922); Private Collection; (add.info.: The Siege of Bulawayo, the Ambulance Corps at Work)

Background imageBulawayo Collection: MCC Tour of South Africa from October 1964 to February 1965

MCC Tour of South Africa from October 1964 to February 1965. Ken Barrington with dog in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe before the match against Matabeland at Queens Sports Club, Bulawayo on 21st



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Bulawayo Collection

Bulawayo is the second largest city in Zimbabwe and is located in the south-western part of the country. It was founded by King Lobengula of the Ndebele people in 1894 and has since grown to become an important commercial, industrial, educational and cultural center. The city's population is estimated to be around 1 million people. A rich history that includes colonial rule, independence from Britain, civil war and economic hardship. Today it is a vibrant city with many attractions including museums, galleries, parks and monuments that reflect its past. It also boasts excellent infrastructure with good roads connecting it to other parts of Zimbabwe as well as neighboring countries such as South Africa and Botswana. Bulawayo continues to be an important hub for trade within southern Africa due to its strategic location on major transport routes linking Zimbabwe with other countries in the region.
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Our beautiful pictures are available as Framed Prints, Photos, Wall Art and Photo Gifts

The Bulawayo collection from Media Storehouse is a stunning array of wall art and framed prints that showcase the beauty and culture of Zimbabwe's second-largest city. Our collection features a range of images, including photographs of historic buildings, colorful street scenes, and breathtaking landscapes. Each piece captures the essence of Bulawayo's rich history and vibrant present. One standout image in our collection is a photograph of the iconic clock tower at City Hall, which has been an important landmark in Bulawayo since it was built in 1938. Another striking print depicts traditional dancers performing against a backdrop of vividly painted houses. Whether you're looking to add some color to your home or office decor or simply want to celebrate this fascinating African city, the Bulawayo collection offers something for everyone. With its high-quality prints and expert framing options, Media Storehouse makes it easy to bring these beautiful images into your life.
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What are Bulawayo (Zimbabwe Africa) art prints?

Bulawayo art prints are a collection of artworks that showcase the rich cultural heritage and artistic traditions of Zimbabwe's second-largest city, Bulawayo. These prints feature various themes such as wildlife, landscapes, people, and abstract designs. They are created by local artists who use different mediums like oil paints, watercolors, charcoal drawings or digital art to produce unique pieces that capture the essence of Bulawayo. These prints offer an excellent way for individuals to appreciate and celebrate African culture while adding a touch of elegance to their homes or offices. They also serve as great gifts for friends and family members who appreciate fine art. We offer a wide range of high-quality Bulawayo art prints in different sizes and formats such as canvas wraps or framed prints. You can choose from various options to suit their preferences and budget. With our vast collection of artwork from around the world, you can be sure they will find something they love among their selection of Bulawayo art prints.
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What Bulawayo (Zimbabwe Africa) art prints can I buy from Media Storehouse?

We offer a wide variety of Bulawayo art prints that capture the essence and beauty of Zimbabwean culture. These prints showcase the vibrant colors, intricate patterns, and unique styles that are characteristic of African art. From stunning landscapes to portraits of local people, there is something for everyone in their collection. Some popular options include prints featuring traditional Shona sculptures or wildlife scenes from nearby national parks such as Hwange or Matobo Hills. We also offer contemporary pieces by local artists that incorporate modern techniques and materials. Whether you're looking to add some color to your home decor or want to give a thoughtful gift to someone who loves Africa, we have plenty of options available. With high-quality printing on archival paper, these art prints will last for years to come and provide a beautiful reminder of the rich cultural heritage found in Bulawayo and beyond.
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How do I buy Bulawayo (Zimbabwe Africa) art prints?

To buy Bulawayo art prints, you can search for local galleries or artists in Zimbabwe who specialize in this type of artwork. You may also be able to find online marketplaces that offer a selection of Bulawayo art prints from various artists and sellers. When purchasing these prints, it's important to ensure that they are authentic and ethically sourced. One option is to visit the National Gallery of Zimbabwe in Bulawayo, which features a collection of contemporary African art including works by local artists. Another option is to attend an art fair or exhibition where you can meet with artists directly and purchase their work. It's important to do your research before making a purchase and consider factors such as quality, authenticity, and ethical sourcing practices. By supporting local artists and businesses, you can help promote cultural exchange and preserve the rich artistic traditions of Zimbabwe.
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How much do Bulawayo (Zimbabwe Africa) art prints cost?

We offer a wide range of Bulawayo art prints that vary in price depending on the size and type of print. Our collection includes canvas prints, framed prints, photographic prints, and poster prints. The prices for these art prints are competitive and affordable for all customers. Our Bulawayo art prints showcase the beauty and culture of Zimbabwe Africa through stunning photography and artwork. Each piece is carefully selected to ensure high-quality printing with vibrant colors that will last a lifetime. We take pride in offering our customers an extensive selection of Bulawayo art prints at reasonable prices without compromising on quality. Whether you're looking to decorate your home or office space or searching for a unique gift idea, we have something for everyone. Our Bulawayo art print prices are fair and reflect the value of the product you receive from us as Media Storehouse.
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How will my Bulawayo (Zimbabwe Africa) art prints be delivered to me?

We take pride in delivering your Bulawayo art prints to you with utmost care and attention. We use high-quality packaging materials to ensure that your artwork arrives at your doorstep in perfect condition. Our standard delivery method is through a reliable courier service, which ensures timely and efficient delivery of your order. We offer worldwide shipping options for our customers, so no matter where you are located, we can deliver your Bulawayo art prints to you. Additionally, we provide tracking information for all orders so that you can keep track of the progress of your shipment. We understand the importance of preserving the beauty and integrity of artwork during transportation. That's why we take every precaution necessary to ensure that each piece is packaged securely and delivered safely to its final destination.