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Beijing is the capital of China and one of the most populous cities in the world and has a long history

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Background imageBeijing Collection: Laughing Buddha, Tanzhe Temple, Beijing, China, Asia

Laughing Buddha, Tanzhe Temple, Beijing, China, Asia

Background imageBeijing Collection: China map

China map
illustration of a South Eastern Asia map

Background imageBeijing Collection: Male bronze lion, Gate of Supreme Harmony, Outer Court, Forbidden City

Male bronze lion, Gate of Supreme Harmony, Outer Court, Forbidden City, Beijing, China, Asia

Background imageBeijing Collection: Map of the Trans-Siberian Railway, produced by J. Bartholomew & Co. c. 1920 (engraving)

Map of the Trans-Siberian Railway, produced by J. Bartholomew & Co. c. 1920 (engraving)
XJF696541 Map of the Trans-Siberian Railway, produced by J. Bartholomew & Co. c.1920 (engraving) by English School, (20th century); Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imageBeijing Collection: The Water Cube National Aquatics Center swimming arena in the Olympic Park

The Water Cube National Aquatics Center swimming arena in the Olympic Park, Beijing, China, Asia

Background imageBeijing Collection: A Peacock Spreads its Feathers

A Peacock Spreads its Feathers
A peacock spreads its back feathers at a closed aviary in Tianjin, 120 km (72 miles) southeast of Beijing, February 12, 2004

Background imageBeijing Collection: Portrait of Chairman Mao, Gate of Heavenly Peace (Tiananmen), Tiananmen Square

Portrait of Chairman Mao, Gate of Heavenly Peace (Tiananmen), Tiananmen Square, Beijing, China, Asia

Background imageBeijing Collection: CCTV TV station HQ by OMA Rem Koolhs architecture studio, built in 2009

CCTV TV station HQ by OMA Rem Koolhs architecture studio, built in 2009, Central Business District, Beijing, China, Asia

Background imageBeijing Collection: The Great Wall of China, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Badaling, near Beijing, China, Asia

The Great Wall of China, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Badaling, near Beijing, China, Asia

Background imageBeijing Collection: Statue of St. Francis Xavier at South Cathedral Catholic Church, Beijing, China, Asia

Statue of St. Francis Xavier at South Cathedral Catholic Church, Beijing, China, Asia

Background imageBeijing Collection: Cycling event during the 2008 Paralympic Games at Laoshan Velodrome, Beijing, China, Asia

Cycling event during the 2008 Paralympic Games at Laoshan Velodrome, Beijing, China, Asia

Background imageBeijing Collection: Buddha statue in grotto, Tanzhe Temple, Beijing, China, Asia

Buddha statue in grotto, Tanzhe Temple, Beijing, China, Asia

Background imageBeijing Collection: Dragons on tiles on the Dragon wall in the Forbidden City in Beijing, China, Asia

Dragons on tiles on the Dragon wall in the Forbidden City in Beijing, China, Asia

Background imageBeijing Collection: Yonghe Gong Tibetan Buddhist Lama Temple, Beijing, China, Asia

Yonghe Gong Tibetan Buddhist Lama Temple, Beijing, China, Asia

Background imageBeijing Collection: Statue of St. Francis Xavier at South Cathedral Catholic Church, Beijing, China, Asia

Statue of St. Francis Xavier at South Cathedral Catholic Church, Beijing, China, Asia

Background imageBeijing Collection: A night time light show at the Birds Nest National Stadium during the 2008 Olympic Games

A night time light show at the Birds Nest National Stadium during the 2008 Olympic Games, Beijing, China, Asia

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Children play under a tree with snow-covered decorative red lanterns after a snowfall in Beijing, February 10, 2011. The first snow fell in Beijing Wednesday night

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A Chinese girl wearing a kimono poses under a cherry blossom tree at a park in Beijing April 1, 2004. Photo taken April 1. REUTERS/China Photos GN/FA

Background imageBeijing Collection: BOXER REBELLION, 1900. The 14th United States Infantry in the Palace Grounds, Peiping (Beijing)

BOXER REBELLION, 1900. The 14th United States Infantry in the Palace Grounds, Peiping (Beijing), China, mid-August 1900

Background imageBeijing Collection: Jade Belt Bridge of Summer Palace Beijing China

Jade Belt Bridge of Summer Palace Beijing China

Background imageBeijing Collection: The Forbidden City in Beijing looking South taken from the viewing point of Jingshan Park

The Forbidden City in Beijing looking South taken from the viewing point of Jingshan Park, Beijing, China, Asia

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A labourer paints the framework as he stands on the roof of a building at a construction site in Wuhan, Hubei province August 26, 2011

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A Chinese man rides a tricycle inside the Forbidden City as snow falls in Beijing February 6, 2006. Heavy snow has fallen in many parts in eastern and central China since Sunday

Background imageBeijing Collection: China, Beijing, Beijing Capital Airport

China, Beijing, Beijing Capital Airport. Part of new Terminal 3 building opened February 2008, second largest building in the world

Background imageBeijing Collection: A monk demonstrating meditation at the Zen Music Shaolin

A monk demonstrating meditation at the Zen Music Shaolin Grand Ceremony, Shaolin, Henan Province, China

Background imageBeijing Collection: China, Beijing, Palace moat and Forbidden city at sunrise

China, Beijing, Palace moat and Forbidden city at sunrise

Background imageBeijing Collection: Aerial view of Great Wall of China, Beijing, Hebei Province, China

Aerial view of Great Wall of China, Beijing, Hebei Province, China

Background imageBeijing Collection: Detail of the Nine Dragons Screen, Palace of Tranquility and Longevity

Detail of the Nine Dragons Screen, Palace of Tranquility and Longevity, Forbidden City, Beijing, China, Asia

Background imageBeijing Collection: Olympic Stadium, Museum of Beijing City Planning, Beijing, China, Asia

Olympic Stadium, Museum of Beijing City Planning, Beijing, China, Asia

Background imageBeijing Collection: Olympic Stadium (The Birds Nest), Beijing, China, Asia

Olympic Stadium (The Birds Nest), Beijing, China, Asia

Background imageBeijing Collection: Great Wall of China at Badaling, first built during the Ming dynasty between 1368 and 1644

Great Wall of China at Badaling, first built during the Ming dynasty between 1368 and 1644, restored in the 1980s, UNESCO World Heritage Site, near Beijing, Hebei Province, China, Asia

Background imageBeijing Collection: China / Beijing Gardens

China / Beijing Gardens
The gardens of the SUMMER PALACE, with the Marble Bridge on the right

Background imageBeijing Collection: The Peking Observatory, illustration from Jean Baptiste du Haldes

The Peking Observatory, illustration from Jean Baptiste du Haldes
472240 The Peking Observatory, illustration from Jean Baptiste du Haldes Description geographique, historique, chronologique, politique

Background imageBeijing Collection: Galaxy SOHO, designed by Zaha Hadid, Beijing, China, Asia

Galaxy SOHO, designed by Zaha Hadid, Beijing, China, Asia

Background imageBeijing Collection: The Temple of Heaven, Beijing

The Temple of Heaven, Beijing
The Temple of Heaven, literally the Altar of Heaven is a complex of religious buildings situated in the southeastern part of central Beijing

Background imageBeijing Collection: opening along the mutianyu section of the great wall of china

opening along the mutianyu section of the great wall of china
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Spanish Queen Sofia holds one of a pair of recently born twin pandas at the Madrid Zoo & Aquarium November 5, 2010. The twin pandas were born on September 7

Background imageBeijing Collection: Bicycles and motorbikes in downtown Bejing, China, Asia

Bicycles and motorbikes in downtown Bejing, China, Asia

Background imageBeijing Collection: Great Wall of China, Gubeikou, Miyun, nr. Beijing, China

Great Wall of China, Gubeikou, Miyun, nr. Beijing, China

Background imageBeijing Collection: Chairman mao zedong applauding red guards at a parade in tienanmen square, beijing, china, 1960s

Chairman mao zedong applauding red guards at a parade in tienanmen square, beijing, china, 1960s

Background imageBeijing Collection: CHINA. BEIJING. Beijing. Forbidden City. Hall

CHINA. BEIJING. Beijing. Forbidden City. Hall

Background imageBeijing Collection: Gate of Supreme Harmony, Outer Court, Forbidden City, Beijing, China, Asia

Gate of Supreme Harmony, Outer Court, Forbidden City, Beijing, China, Asia

Background imageBeijing Collection: The Temple of Heaven, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Bejing, China, Asia

The Temple of Heaven, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Bejing, China, Asia

Background imageBeijing Collection: Tuk-tuk (Tricycles) drivers, Gulou Area, Dongcheng District, Beijing, China, Asia

Tuk-tuk (Tricycles) drivers, Gulou Area, Dongcheng District, Beijing, China, Asia

Background imageBeijing Collection: Shopping mall, Wangfujing Road, Beijing, China, Asia

Shopping mall, Wangfujing Road, Beijing, China, Asia

Background imageBeijing Collection: South Africa versus Germany wheelchair basketball match during the 2008 Paralympic Games

South Africa versus Germany wheelchair basketball match during the 2008 Paralympic Games, Beijing, China, Asia

Background imageBeijing Collection: Tsinghua Scientific Park, Google buildings, Haidian district, Wudaokou

Tsinghua Scientific Park, Google buildings, Haidian district, Wudaokou, Beijing, China, Asia

Background imageBeijing Collection: A gorilla sitting at Beijing Zoo, Beijing, China, Asia

A gorilla sitting at Beijing Zoo, Beijing, China, Asia



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Beijing Collection

Beijing is the capital of China and one of the most populous cities in the world and has a long history, dating back to 1045 BC when it was established as a city. Beijing is home to many iconic landmarks, such as the Forbidden City, Tiananmen Square, and the Great Wall of China. The city also boasts an impressive skyline with modern skyscrapers and traditional Chinese architecture. Beijing is known for its vibrant culture and cuisine, which includes Peking duck, hot pot dishes, dumplings, and more. Additionally, Beijing is home to numerous museums and galleries that showcase Chinese art and artifacts from throughout history. With its rich cultural heritage combined with modern amenities like shopping malls and luxury hotels, it offers something for everyone who visits this amazing city in Asia.
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Our beautiful pictures are available as Framed Prints, Photos, Wall Art and Photo Gifts

The Beijing collection from Media Storehouse offers a stunning array of wall art and framed prints that capture the beauty and vibrancy of this iconic city in China. From panoramic views of the bustling streets to close-up shots of traditional architecture, our collection showcases the rich cultural heritage and modern developments that make Beijing such a fascinating destination. Whether you're looking for a striking piece to adorn your living room or office, or simply want to add some color and flair to your home decor, the Beijing collection has something for everyone. With high-quality printing techniques and durable materials, these artworks are designed to last for years while retaining their vivid colors and sharp details. From historic landmarks like the Forbidden City and Temple of Heaven to more contemporary attractions like the Bird's Nest stadium, there is no shortage of inspiration in this diverse collection. So why not bring a touch of Beijing into your own home with one of these beautiful pieces?
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What are Beijing (China Asia) art prints?

Beijing art prints are a collection of artistic representations of the city, capturing its rich cultural heritage and modern urban landscape. These prints showcase iconic landmarks such as the Forbidden City, Temple of Heaven, and Great Wall of China, as well as bustling streetscapes and traditional Chinese architecture. The artwork is created by talented artists who use various mediums including watercolors, oils, photography and digital design to create stunning images that capture the essence of Beijing. These art prints are perfect for those who have visited or have an interest in this vibrant city. They can be used to decorate homes or offices with a touch of Eastern culture and history. Additionally, they make great gifts for friends or family members who share an appreciation for Asian art. We offer a wide range of Beijing art prints that come in different sizes and formats to suit individual preferences. Each print is carefully crafted using high-quality materials ensuring longevity so that you can enjoy your artwork for years to come.
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What Beijing (China Asia) art prints can I buy from Media Storehouse?

We offer a wide range of Beijing art prints that capture the essence and beauty of this vibrant city in China. From stunning photographs of iconic landmarks such as the Great Wall, Forbidden City, and Temple of Heaven to intricate paintings depicting traditional Chinese culture and architecture, there is something for everyone. You can choose from a variety of styles including black and white photography, colorful illustrations, and contemporary digital art. Whether you're looking for a statement piece to hang in your living room or a unique gift for someone special, we have an extensive collection to suit all tastes. In addition to prints featuring famous attractions like Tiananmen Square and Summer Palace, you can also find lesser-known gems such as hidden alleys lined with street vendors or tranquil parks filled with cherry blossom trees. With so many options available, it's easy to bring a touch of Beijing into your home through these beautiful art prints.
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How do I buy Beijing (China Asia) art prints?

To buy Beijing art prints from Media Storehouse, you can browse our extensive collection of high-quality images online. Simply search for "Beijing art prints" on the website and select your preferred image or images. Once you have made your selection, add them to your cart and proceed to checkout. During the checkout process, you will be prompted to enter your shipping information and payment details. After completing these steps, your order will be processed and shipped directly to you. We offer a wide range of Beijing art prints in various sizes and formats, including canvas prints, framed prints, and photographic prints. Whether you are looking for a stunning landscape photograph or an intricate piece of traditional Chinese artwork, there is something for everyone in their collection. With our easy-to-use website and secure payment system, buying Beijing art prints has never been easier or more convenient.
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How much do Beijing (China Asia) art prints cost?

We offer a wide range of Beijing art prints that vary in price depending on the size and type of print. Our collection includes traditional Chinese paintings, photographs of iconic landmarks such as the Great Wall and Forbidden City, as well as contemporary artwork inspired by Beijing's vibrant culture. Our standard paper prints are affordable options for those looking to add some cultural flair to their home or office decor. For those seeking higher quality prints, we also offer premium options such as canvas and framed prints. Regardless of your budget or taste preferences, our selection has something for everyone. We take pride in offering high-quality art prints at competitive prices so that you can enjoy the beauty of Beijing without breaking the bank.
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How will my Beijing (China Asia) art prints be delivered to me?

We take pride in delivering your Beijing art prints with utmost care and attention. We use high-quality packaging materials to ensure that your artwork is protected during transit. Our standard delivery method is via courier service, which allows us to track the progress of your order until it reaches its destination. Once you have placed an order for a Beijing art print, our team will carefully prepare it for shipment. The artwork will be rolled up and placed inside a sturdy cardboard tube to prevent any damage during transportation. We also include a certificate of authenticity with every print so that you can be sure that you are receiving a genuine piece of art. When your package arrives, please inspect it carefully before signing for it. If there are any signs of damage or tampering, please contact us immediately so that we can resolve the issue as quickly as possible. We hope that you enjoy your new Beijing art print.