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Homs Collection

Homs is a city located in western Syria

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Background imageHoms Collection: Krak des Chevaliers, famous Crusader Castle near Homs, Syria

Krak des Chevaliers, famous Crusader Castle near Homs, Syria - View from the South West. Although surviving in wonderful condition up to the early 21st century

Background imageHoms Collection: Syria, Homs Governate, Palmyra. The Tetrapylon

Syria, Homs Governate, Palmyra. The Tetrapylon

Background imageHoms Collection: Syria, Homs Governate, Palmyra. Oasis seen through a doorway

Syria, Homs Governate, Palmyra. Oasis seen through a doorway

Background imageHoms Collection: Roman Theatre Of Palmyra, Syria

Roman Theatre Of Palmyra, Syria
In the 1950s the theatre was cleared from the sand and subsequently underwent restoration works

Background imageHoms Collection: Syria. Krak des Chevaliers

Syria. Krak des Chevaliers. Castle built in the twelfth century by the Knights Hospitaller during the Crusades to the Holy Land

Background imageHoms Collection: Syria, Homs Governate, Palmyra. Funerary Temple and Arab Citadel

Syria, Homs Governate, Palmyra. Funerary Temple and Arab Citadel

Background imageHoms Collection: SYRIA: AL-RASTAN, 1935. Al-Rastan on the Orontes River between Homs and Hama in Syria

SYRIA: AL-RASTAN, 1935. Al-Rastan on the Orontes River between Homs and Hama in Syria. Photograph, c1935

Background imageHoms Collection: Krak des Chevalier, Syria

Krak des Chevalier, Syria
Krak des Chevaliers in Syria and one of the most important preserved medieval military castles in world

Background imageHoms Collection: A view of the Grand colonnade, Palmyra, c. 1875 (albumen print)

A view of the Grand colonnade, Palmyra, c. 1875 (albumen print)
6177295 A view of the Grand colonnade, Palmyra, c.1875 (albumen print) by Bonfils, Felix (1831-1885); Private Collection; (add.info.: The Monumental Arch)

Background imageHoms Collection: 1943 - Syria - Homs - a man grading wheat grain

1943 - Syria - Homs - a man grading wheat grain Photograph by a British army recruitment officer stationed in East Africa and the Middle East during World War II

Background imageHoms Collection: Convent of St Saba, from a Syrian Christian manuscript, 1855

Convent of St Saba, from a Syrian Christian manuscript, 1855
986377 Convent of St Saba, from a Syrian Christian manuscript, 1855 (ink and paint on polished paper) by Syrian School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Convent of St Saba)

Background imageHoms Collection: Part of the Great Colonnade, Qala at Ibn Maan Castle in the distance, Palmyra, c

Part of the Great Colonnade, Qala at Ibn Maan Castle in the distance, Palmyra, c
6177296 Part of the Great Colonnade, QalaA at Ibn Maan Castle in the distance, Palmyra, c.1875 (albumen print) by Bonfils, Felix (1831-1885); Private Collection; (add.info.: The Monumental Arch)

Background imageHoms Collection: Model of The Krak des Chevaliers, model (engraving) (b / w photo)

Model of The Krak des Chevaliers, model (engraving) (b / w photo)
XIR287209 Model of The Krak des Chevaliers, model (engraving) (b/w photo) by French School, (19th century); Musee des Monuments Francais, Paris

Background imageHoms Collection: Entrance to The Great Colonnade, Palmyra, c. 1875 (albumen print)

Entrance to The Great Colonnade, Palmyra, c. 1875 (albumen print)
6177294 Entrance to The Great Colonnade, Palmyra, c.1875 (albumen print) by Bonfils, Felix (1831-1885); Private Collection; (add.info.: The Monumental Arch)

Background imageHoms Collection: The Krak des Chevaliers, reconstruction (engraving) (b / w photo)

The Krak des Chevaliers, reconstruction (engraving) (b / w photo)
XIR287208 The Krak des Chevaliers, reconstruction (engraving) (b/w photo) by Sauvageot, Claude (1832-85); Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imageHoms Collection: The Temple of Bel or Baal Shamin, Palmyra, c. 1875 ( photo)

The Temple of Bel or Baal Shamin, Palmyra, c. 1875 ( photo)
5962942 The Temple of Bel or Baal Shamin, Palmyra, c. 1875 ( photo) by Bonfils, Felix (1831-1885); Private Collection; French, out of copyright

Background imageHoms Collection: A Dervish dance performed in the street during the Bairan Festival in the Syrian town of

A Dervish dance performed in the street during the Bairan Festival in the Syrian town of Homs Circa 1935

Background imageHoms Collection: 20014467

20014467
SYRIA Central Hims Display of bottled perfumes. Homs Hims

Background imageHoms Collection: Base, Capital and Entablature of the Pilaster, 1753 (engraving)

Base, Capital and Entablature of the Pilaster, 1753 (engraving)
2962899 Base, Capital and Entablature of the Pilaster, 1753 (engraving) by Borra, Giovanni Battista (Giambattista) (1712-86); Private Collection; (add.info.: From The ruins of Palmyra)

Background imageHoms Collection: Beit-El-Ma, the site of the ancient city of Riblah, Israel, 1841. Artist: Henry Adlard

Beit-El-Ma, the site of the ancient city of Riblah, Israel, 1841. Artist: Henry Adlard
Beit-El-Ma, the site of the ancient city of Riblah, Israel, 1841. Riblah was an ancient town on the northern frontier of Israel, 35 miles north-east of Baalbec, and 10 or 12 south of Lake Homs

Background imageHoms Collection: Bowl, 1st-2nd century. Creator: Unknown

Bowl, 1st-2nd century. Creator: Unknown
Bowl, 1st-2nd century. Blown glass. Roman; Homs (Syria)

Background imageHoms Collection: Er Restan Arethuse Homs Hama waterwheel 1934

Er Restan Arethuse Homs Hama waterwheel 1934
Er Restan (Arethuse) between Homs & Hama waterwheel. 1934, Syria, Er Rastan

Background imageHoms Collection: Railroad station Homs 1925 Syria Ḥimṣ

Railroad station Homs 1925 Syria Ḥimṣ
Railroad station at Homs?. 1925, Syria, ß©ñimß╣ú

Background imageHoms Collection: Tel Bisseh north Homs sheep grazing front town

Tel Bisseh north Homs sheep grazing front town
Tel Bisseh, north of Homs. sheep grazing in front of the town of Talbiseh (Talbisa, Tell Bisa, Talbeesa) in Syria. Beehive homes are visible. 1934

Background imageHoms Collection: Supplementary subjects Palmyra Fragment Latin inscription

Supplementary subjects Palmyra Fragment Latin inscription
Supplementary subjects of Palmyra. Fragment of Latin inscription on Homs-Palmyra track (III cent. A.D.). 1929, Syria, Tadmur

Background imageHoms Collection: Homs Emesa General view 1900 Syria Ḥimṣ

Homs Emesa General view 1900 Syria Ḥimṣ
Homs (Emesa). General view 1900, Syria, ß©ñimß╣ú

Background imageHoms Collection: Railroad station Homs 1898 Syria Ḥimṣ

Railroad station Homs 1898 Syria Ḥimṣ
Railroad station Homs. 1898, Syria, ß©ñimß╣ú

Background imageHoms Collection: Train Aleppo arriving Homs 1898 Syria Ḥimṣ

Train Aleppo arriving Homs 1898 Syria Ḥimṣ
Train from Aleppo arriving at Homs. 1898, Syria, ß©ñimß╣ú

Background imageHoms Collection: Lime-kiln burning thorns Homs 1900 Syria Ḥimṣ

Lime-kiln burning thorns Homs 1900 Syria Ḥimṣ
Lime-kiln burning thorns, Homs 1900, Syria, ß©ñimß╣ú

Background imageHoms Collection: Fruit vendors Homs station 1900 Syria Ḥimṣ

Fruit vendors Homs station 1900 Syria Ḥimṣ
Fruit vendors at Homs station 1900, Syria, ß©ñimß╣ú

Background imageHoms Collection: Homs Emesa Street scene 1900 Syria Ḥimṣ

Homs Emesa Street scene 1900 Syria Ḥimṣ
Homs (Emesa) Street scene 1900, Syria, ß©ñimß╣ú

Background imageHoms Collection: Homs Emesa Railway station 1900 Syria Ḥimṣ

Homs Emesa Railway station 1900 Syria Ḥimṣ
Homs (Emesa) Railway station 1900, Syria, ß©ñimß╣ú

Background imageHoms Collection: Characters industries Threshing instrument disks

Characters industries Threshing instrument disks
Characters and industries, etc. Threshing instrument with disks at Homs 1900, Syria, ß©ñimß╣ú

Background imageHoms Collection: SYRIA: TRAIN STATION, c1910. A railway station in Homs, Syria. Photograph, c1910

SYRIA: TRAIN STATION, c1910. A railway station in Homs, Syria. Photograph, c1910

Background imageHoms Collection: Roman Theater in Palmyra, Syria

Roman Theater in Palmyra, Syria
Looking at the scenae frons (stage backdrop) to the ancient Roman Theatre in Palmyra. The scenae frons (stage backdrop) is in excellent condition and is extremely elaborate

Background imageHoms Collection: St. George monastery of Homeyra, Homs, Syria

St. George monastery of Homeyra, Homs, Syria
St. George monastery of Homeyra lies in Wadi Al-Nassara. between Homs and Tripoli, only few minutes away from the Knights Castle (Krak des chevaliers)

Background imageHoms Collection: Syria and Lebanon - Tourist Map

Syria and Lebanon - Tourist Map. Date: circa 1910s

Background imageHoms Collection: Er Restan Arethuse Homs Hama waterwheel 1934

Er Restan Arethuse Homs Hama waterwheel 1934
Er Restan (Arethuse) between Homs & Hama waterwheel. 1934, Syria, Er Rastan

Background imageHoms Collection: Lime kiln burning thorns Homs 1900 Syria Ḥimṣ

Lime kiln burning thorns Homs 1900 Syria Ḥimṣ
Lime kiln burning thorns, Homs 1900, Syria, ß©ñimß╣ú

Background imageHoms Collection: Probably the most celebrated of Crusader castles

Probably the most celebrated of Crusader castles, the 12th century fortress, Krak des Chevaliers [aka Qalaat al-Husn], was built by the Knights Hospitaller and occupied a prime strategic position

Background imageHoms Collection: Homs, Syria - The Syrian Protestant Instiution

Homs, Syria - The Syrian Protestant Instiution Date: circa 1909

Background imageHoms Collection: Syria. Krak des Chevaliers

Syria. Krak des Chevaliers. Castle built in the twelfth century by the Knights Hospitaller during the Crusades to the Holy Land. Room of receptions and gallery. Ruins

Background imageHoms Collection: Syria. Krak des Chevaliers

Syria. Krak des Chevaliers. Castle built in the twelfth century by the Knights Hospitaller during the Crusades to the Holy Land

Background imageHoms Collection: Syria. Krak des Chevaliers

Syria. Krak des Chevaliers. Castle built in the twelfth century by the Knights Hospitaller during the Crusades to the Holy Land

Background imageHoms Collection: Camel Caravan close to Valley of Tombs, Palmyra, Syria

Camel Caravan close to Valley of Tombs, Palmyra, Syria
Camel Caravan close to Palmyra, Homs Governate, Syria. Dating back to the Neolithic, Palmyra was first attested in the early second millennium BC as a caravan stop for travellers crossing the Syrian

Background imageHoms Collection: Helmet with Mask. 50. Iron and silver. Roman art

Helmet with Mask. 50. Iron and silver. Roman art. Early Empire. SYRIA. Damascus. National Museum. Proc: SYRIA. HOMS. Homs. Necropolis of Emesa

Background imageHoms Collection: Citadel of Aleppo

Citadel of Aleppo
The Guard on the Roman Arch. Between Aleppo and Homs, Syria, this well-preserved stone arch stands in a field of ruins. Date: BC

Background imageHoms Collection: SYRIA: KILN, c1910. Burning thorns in a lime kiln in Homs, Syria. Photograph, c1910

SYRIA: KILN, c1910. Burning thorns in a lime kiln in Homs, Syria. Photograph, c1910



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Homs Collection

Homs is a city located in western Syria, and is the third largest city in the country and has situated in an oasis surrounded by mountains and desert landscapes. The city has a long history, dating back to the early days of Christianity. It was once an important trading centre for merchants travelling between the Mediterranean Sea and Mesopotamia. During the Syrian Civil War, Homs was heavily damaged due to its strategic location on major supply routes for both sides of the conflict. In recent years, it has become a major hub for refugees fleeing from other parts of Syria and Iraq. Despite its current state of disrepair, Homs remains an important cultural centre with many historical sites still standing today such as Al-Zahra Mosque and Citadel which are both UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
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Our beautiful pictures are available as Framed Prints, Photos, Wall Art and Photo Gifts

The Homs collection from Media Storehouse is a stunning array of wall art and framed prints that showcase the beauty and culture of Syria's third-largest city. Located in central-western Syria, Homs has a rich history dating back to ancient times, with landmarks such as the Citadel of Homs and the Khalid ibn al-Walid Mosque. Our collection features breathtaking images of these iconic structures, as well as other notable sites like the Clock Tower Square and Al-Baath University. In addition to its architectural wonders, Homs is also known for its vibrant markets and bustling streets. Our collection captures this energy with colorful depictions of street vendors selling everything from spices to textiles. There are also portraits showcasing the diverse people who call Homs home. The Homs collection offers a glimpse into one of Syria's most fascinating cities through stunning visual representations that would make an excellent addition to any art lover's home or office decor.
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What are Homs (Syria Asia) art prints?

Homs art prints are a collection of stunning artworks that capture the beauty and essence of this ancient city in Syria. These prints showcase the rich cultural heritage, architecture, and landscapes of Homs, which is one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world. The collection features a range of styles and mediums including photography, paintings, illustrations, and digital art. Each print is carefully crafted to bring out the unique character and charm of Homs. From its historic landmarks like the Khalid ibn al-Walid Mosque to its bustling markets and vibrant streetscapes - these artworks offer a glimpse into daily life in this fascinating city. Whether you're looking for a striking piece to adorn your home or office or seeking an inspiring gift for someone special - Homs art prints are sure to impress. With their timeless appeal and artistic excellence, they make for an excellent addition to any art lover's collection.
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What Homs (Syria Asia) art prints can I buy from Media Storehouse?

We offer a wide range of Homs art prints that capture the essence and beauty of this ancient city. From stunning landscape shots to intricate architectural details, you can find a variety of images that showcase the rich culture and history of Homs. Some popular options include photographs of the historic Citadel, which dates back to Roman times, as well as colorful street scenes featuring traditional markets and bustling crowds. You can also choose from a selection of abstract art prints inspired by the vibrant colors and patterns found throughout Homs. Whether you're looking for a striking centerpiece for your living room or an inspiring piece for your office, we have something to suit every taste and style. With high-quality printing techniques and premium materials used in all their products, you can be sure that your Homs art print will look stunning for years to come.
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To buy Homs art prints from Media Storehouse, you can browse our extensive collection of artworks online. You will find a variety of options to choose from, including different sizes and framing options. Once you have selected the artwork that you like, simply add it to your cart and proceed to checkout. During the checkout process, you will be prompted to enter your shipping and payment details. Make sure that all information is accurate before submitting your order. We offer high-quality printing services using state-of-the-art technology for vibrant colors and sharp details. Their prints are made on museum-grade paper with archival inks that ensure long-lasting quality. Buying Homs art prints from Media Storehouse is a great way to support artists while adding beautiful pieces of art to your home or office decor. With our easy-to-use website and reliable service, shopping for art has never been easier.
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How much do Homs (Syria Asia) art prints cost?

We offer a wide range of Homs 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. Each print is carefully crafted to capture the beauty and essence of this historic city. We understand that art is subjective and personal, which is why we offer a variety of options to suit different tastes and budgets. Whether you're looking for a small print to add some character to your home or office space or a large statement piece for your living room wall, we have something for everyone. Our Homs art prints are created using state-of-the-art printing technology and premium materials to ensure longevity and durability. We take pride in providing our customers with exceptional quality at an affordable price point.
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We take great care in ensuring that your Homs art prints are delivered to you safely and securely. We use high-quality packaging materials to protect your artwork during transit, including sturdy cardboard tubes for rolled prints and flat boxes with protective padding for framed prints. Our delivery partners are reliable and experienced in handling delicate items such as art prints. They will ensure that your order is delivered to you promptly and efficiently, while keeping you informed of its progress every step of the way. Once your order has been dispatched, you will receive a tracking number which can be used to monitor the status of your delivery online. If there are any issues or concerns regarding the delivery of your Homs art print, please do not hesitate to contact our customer service team who will be happy to assist you.