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Background imageDamascus Collection: Court of Maison Lisbona in Damascus, Syria

Court of Maison Lisbona in Damascus, Syria. The house belonged to the wealthy Lisbona family and later housed the Jewish Maimonides school. Date: circa 1905

Background imageDamascus Collection: General view and Minaret of the Bride, Damascus, Holy Land

General view and Minaret of the Bride, Damascus, Holy Land, (i.e. Syria). Date between ca. 1890 and ca. 1900

Background imageDamascus Collection: View of the city de Damascus, Syrian anonymous

View of the city de Damascus, Syrian anonymous. Oil on canvas. SYRIA. Damascus. National Museum

Background imageDamascus Collection: Map of Palestine and the Holy Land

Map of Palestine and the Holy Land - all places named in their Latin form. Date: 1806

Background imageDamascus Collection: Lincoln classic car

Lincoln classic car, Damascus, Syria, Middle East

Background imageDamascus Collection: Midhat Pasha Souq at Damascus Straight Street, Syria

Midhat Pasha Souq at Damascus Straight Street, Syria
Midhat Pasha Souq inside an arcade at Damascus Straight Street (Street Called Straight; today Midhat Pasha Street) in the historic district of the city, Syria. Date: circa 1940

Background imageDamascus Collection: Damascus Street 1933

Damascus Street 1933
Straight Street, Damascus, Syria, where, in the New Testament of the Bible (Acts 9; 11), the blinded St. Paul was cared for by Judas. Date: 1933

Background imageDamascus Collection: Armenian girl and Syrian men

Armenian girl and Syrian men
Armenian girl, Druze man, and a man from Damascus. Antique hand-colored print

Background imageDamascus Collection: People of Lebanon

People of Lebanon
Maronite of Lebanon (left), armed Zeibek, and Christian Lebanese woman. Antique hand-colored print

Background imageDamascus Collection: Gates of Damascus

Gates of Damascus, Damascus, Syria, Middle East

Background imageDamascus Collection: The Hejaz Railway at Zabadani, Damascus, Syria

The Hejaz Railway at Zabadani, Damascus, Syria. circa 1910s

Background imageDamascus Collection: Saul, Saul, why persecutest thou me?, c1830s. Creator: GH Adcock

Saul, Saul, why persecutest thou me?, c1830s. Creator: GH Adcock
Saul, Saul, why persecutest thou me?, c1830s. Biblical scene, Acts 26: 14: And when we were all fallen to the earth, I heard a voice speaking unto me, and saying in the Hebrew tongue, Saul, Saul

Background imageDamascus Collection: General Gouraud escapes an assassination attempt on route from Damascas to Kunaitra, 1921

General Gouraud escapes an assassination attempt on route from Damascas to Kunaitra, 1921. General Henri-Joseph-Eugene Gouraud (1867-1946), French High Commissioner of Syria

Background imageDamascus Collection: Historic street in Damascus, Syria

Historic street in Damascus, Syria
View along a historic street in Damascus, Syria. Date: 1930s

Background imageDamascus Collection: Ottoman Empire, lithograph, published in 1878

Ottoman Empire, lithograph, published in 1878
Ancient map of Ottoman Empire. Lithograph, published in 1878

Background imageDamascus Collection: Antique map of holy land including Syria and Lebanon

Antique map of holy land including Syria and Lebanon

Background imageDamascus Collection: Damascus, Syria - Ancient Walls (St. Pauls escape)

Damascus, Syria - Ancient Walls (St. Pauls escape)
Damascus, Syria - Ancient Wall - connected (in some way) to the flight of Saint Paul, forced to flee the city under the cover of night after explosive reactions from Jews opposed to his teachings

Background imageDamascus Collection: The court of a house, Damascus, Holy Land, (i. e. Syria)

The court of a house, Damascus, Holy Land, (i. e. Syria)
The court of a house, Damascus, Holy Land, (i.e. Syria). Date between ca. 1890 and ca. 1900

Background imageDamascus Collection: Courtyard of Azem Palace

Courtyard of Azem Palace, Damascus, Syria, Middle East

Background imageDamascus Collection: Syria / Damascus 1890S

Syria / Damascus 1890S
Damascus: street scene in Meidan suburb

Background imageDamascus Collection: Old Damascus, Jewish Quarter or Gathering Lemons, c. 1873-74 (oil on canvas)

Old Damascus, Jewish Quarter or Gathering Lemons, c. 1873-74 (oil on canvas)
CH15728 Old Damascus, Jewish Quarter or Gathering Lemons, c.1873-74 (oil on canvas) by Leighton, Frederic (1830-96); 134x108 cm; Private Collection; Photo eChristies Images; English, out of copyright

Background imageDamascus Collection: The Tabernacle and its priests (tempera on plaster)

The Tabernacle and its priests (tempera on plaster)
BLP397886 The Tabernacle and its priests (tempera on plaster) by Jewish School, (2nd century); Dura-Europos Synagogue, National Museum of Damascus, Syria; Photo eZev Radovan; out of copyright

Background imageDamascus Collection: Peacock-shaped Hand Washing Device (recto); Text Page, Arabic Prose (verso), 1315

Peacock-shaped Hand Washing Device (recto); Text Page, Arabic Prose (verso), 1315. This leaf from a 1315 Syrian copy of Ibn al-Razzaz al-Jazaris The Book of Knowledge of Ingenious Mechanical Devices

Background imageDamascus Collection: The Great Khan at Damascus, 1841. Artist: W Kelsall

The Great Khan at Damascus, 1841. Artist: W Kelsall
The Great Khan at Damascus, 1841. Illustration from Syria, the Holy land and Asia Minor, Volume I, by John Carne, series of views drawn from nature by W H Bartlett, William Purser, and Thomas Allom

Background imageDamascus Collection: Syria. Damascus. Khan As ad Pasha, old caravanserai built 17

Syria. Damascus. Khan As ad Pasha, old caravanserai built 1751. Ottoman style. Interior. Near East. Photo before Syrian civil war

Background imageDamascus Collection: Syria / Damascus / Barrada

Syria / Damascus / Barrada
Damascus: the River Barrada, the ancient Pharpar Date: 1847

Background imageDamascus Collection: Syria / Damascus 1846

Syria / Damascus 1846
Damascus: distant view

Background imageDamascus Collection: Syria, Damascus, Old Town, Bab Touma Quarter

Syria, Damascus, Old Town, Bab Touma Quarter

Background imageDamascus Collection: The town of Beyrout and Mount Lebanon - from a drawing by J. Lewis Farley, 1860. Creator: Unknown

The town of Beyrout and Mount Lebanon - from a drawing by J. Lewis Farley, 1860. Creator: Unknown
The town of Beyrout and Mount Lebanon - from a drawing by J. Lewis Farley, 1860. Beyrout, Beirout, or Bairut - the Berytus of the ancients - is a fortified seaport and commercial town of Syria

Background imageDamascus Collection: The town of Beyrout and Mount Lebanon - from a drawing by J. Lewis Farley, 1860. Creator: Unknown

The town of Beyrout and Mount Lebanon - from a drawing by J. Lewis Farley, 1860. Creator: Unknown
The town of Beyrout and Mount Lebanon - from a drawing by J. Lewis Farley, 1860. Beyrout, Beirout, or Bairut - the Berytus of the ancients - is a fortified seaport and commercial town of Syria

Background imageDamascus Collection: 'L'occupation de Damas; L'emir Feycal, fils du cherif Hussein, roi du Hedjaz, entre... 1918

'L'occupation de Damas; L'emir Feycal, fils du cherif Hussein, roi du Hedjaz, entre... 1918
'L'occupation de Damas; L'emir Feycal, fils du cherif Hussein, roi du Hedjaz, entre a Damas le 2 octobre a la tete des troupes arabes

Background imageDamascus Collection: 'L'occupation de Damas; La cavalerie arabe dans les faubourgs de la ville, ou les... 1918

'L'occupation de Damas; La cavalerie arabe dans les faubourgs de la ville, ou les... 1918. Creator: Unknown
'L'occupation de Damas; La cavalerie arabe dans les faubourgs de la ville, ou les Australiens l'ont precedee le 30 septembre 1918, 1918

Background imageDamascus Collection: Landscape with Conversion of Saint Paul, 1600-1625. Creator: Kerstiaen de Keuninck

Landscape with Conversion of Saint Paul, 1600-1625. Creator: Kerstiaen de Keuninck
Landscape with Conversion of Saint Paul, 1600-1625

Background imageDamascus Collection: Emir Khanjar, the Prince of Baalbeck, Leader of the Insurrection of Damascus, 1850. Creator: Unknown

Emir Khanjar, the Prince of Baalbeck, Leader of the Insurrection of Damascus, 1850. Creator: Unknown
Emir Khanjar, the Prince of Baalbeck, Leader of the Insurrection of Damascus, 1850. Portrait of Khanjar bin Melhem Al-Harfouche

Background imageDamascus Collection: Bedouins of the Desert, 1850. Creator: Unknown

Bedouins of the Desert, 1850. Creator: Unknown
Bedouins of the Desert, 1850. The Bedouins...have never been conquered, nor were they ever in subjection at any time to foreign powers...they are independent of the Government as regards

Background imageDamascus Collection: Dervicherie Damas Felix Bonfils French 1831

Dervicherie Damas Felix Bonfils French 1831
Dervicherie - Damas; Felix Bonfils (French, 1831 - 1885); Damascus, Syria; 1872; Albumen silver print

Background imageDamascus Collection: Damascus, Syria - Rue de la Gare and the Orient Palace Hotel

Damascus, Syria - Rue de la Gare and the Orient Palace Hotel
Hijaz Square, Damascus, Syria - Rue de la Gare with Orient Palace Hotel and Al-Sharq Hotel in the 1960s Date: circa 1960s

Background imageDamascus Collection: A general view shows houses at Mount Qasioun in Damascus

A general view shows houses at Mount Qasioun in Damascus, Syria April 20, 2018. REUTERS/Ali Hashisho

Background imageDamascus Collection: Syria, Damascus, Old Town, Christian Quarter, Bab Sharqi, Ruins of historic Roman Arch

Syria, Damascus, Old Town, Christian Quarter, Bab Sharqi, Ruins of historic Roman Arch

Background imageDamascus Collection: Syria, Damascus, Old, Town, Azem Palace

Syria, Damascus, Old, Town, Azem Palace

Background imageDamascus Collection: Copper pot shop in Damascus, Syria in 1894

Copper pot shop in Damascus, Syria in 1894
3789429 Copper pot shop in Damascus, Syria in 1894.; (add.info.: Copper pot shop in Damascus, Syria in 1894. Men crafting the pots and engraving them)

Background imageDamascus Collection: House interior in Damascus

House interior in Damascus. Syria Damascus. Date of Photograph:1870 - 1880 ca

Background imageDamascus Collection: 'Voyage to the Orient': the streets of Damascus

"Voyage to the Orient": the streets of Damascus Syria Damascus. Date of Photograph:1902

Background imageDamascus Collection: Medical plate from Kitab Al Qanun fi Page from the Canon of Medicine by Avicenna (Ibn Sina)

Medical plate from Kitab Al Qanun fi Page from the Canon of Medicine by Avicenna (Ibn Sina) (980-1037)
LRI4672438 Medical plate from Kitab Al Qanun fi Page from the Canon of Medicine by Avicenna (Ibn Sina) (980-1037), 14th century (vellum)-Tibb (Al Tibb) by Avicenna by Islamic School

Background imageDamascus Collection: Rue Droite, Straight Street, Damascus, Syria

Rue Droite, Straight Street, Damascus, Syria
Vintage 19th century photograph: Rue Droite, Straight Street, Damascus, Syria

Background imageDamascus Collection: Rome v. Persia (Sassanian), circa 300 A. D. c1915. Creator: Emery Walker Ltd

Rome v. Persia (Sassanian), circa 300 A. D. c1915. Creator: Emery Walker Ltd
Rome v. Persia (Sassanian), circa 300 A.D. c1915. Map of the eastern Mediterranean and Near East, showing the ancient empires of Rome, Persia, and Armenia

Background imageDamascus Collection: The Omayyad Caliphate v. Byzantine Empire, circa 748 A. D. c1915. Creator: Emery Walker Ltd

The Omayyad Caliphate v. Byzantine Empire, circa 748 A. D. c1915. Creator: Emery Walker Ltd
The Omayyad Caliphate v. Byzantine Empire, circa 748 A.D. c1915. Map of the Mediterranean and Near East, showing the Kingdom of Mohammed, Additions under the Caliphs

Background imageDamascus Collection: Syrian Women preparation preparing flat bread

Syrian Women preparation preparing flat bread
Damascus, Syria - Syrian Women preparation flat bread, cooked over a domed hot stone. Date: circa 1920s



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Damascus Collection

Damascus is the capital of Syria and one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world. Located in western Syria, it is home to a population of over 1.7 million people and has been an important cultural and religious center for centuries, being home to several major religions such as Christianity, Islam, Judaism and Druze. The city has a rich history that dates back to at least 10,000 years ago when it was first established as a trading post along the Silk Road. Today Damascus is known for its vibrant culture, unique architecture and bustling markets. It also serves as an important political hub for the region with many international embassies located there. Despite recent conflict in Syria, Damascus remains an important cultural center for both locals and tourists alike who come to explore its ancient sites and monuments or experience its unique cuisine.
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The Damascus collection from Media Storehouse is a stunning assortment of wall art and framed prints that capture the beauty, history, and culture of Syria's capital city. Our collection features a range of images showcasing the city's iconic landmarks, including the Umayyad Mosque, Azem Palace, and Al-Hamidiyah Souq. Each piece in our collection has been carefully curated to showcase the unique charm and character of Damascus. Whether you are looking for artwork to decorate your home or office space or want to give a thoughtful gift to someone who loves travel or history, the Damascus collection has something for everyone. These high-quality prints are available in various sizes and formats so that you can choose one that suits your needs. If you're looking for beautiful wall art that captures the essence of one of Asia's most historic cities - look no further than our Damascus Collection.
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