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Tartus is a city in Syria located on the Mediterranean Sea, and is the second largest port in Syria and one of the oldest cities in the country

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Background imageTartus Collection: Castle in the Island of Tortosa, 1805 (coloured engraving)

Castle in the Island of Tortosa, 1805 (coloured engraving)
STC468934 Castle in the Island of Tortosa, 1805 (coloured engraving) by Watts, William (1752-1851); Private Collection; (add.info.: Possibly the castle of Arwad off the coast of Tartus)

Background imageTartus Collection: 1943 - Syria - making salt from sea water, coast at Tartus

1943 - Syria - making salt from sea water, coast at Tartus
1943 - Syria - making salt from sea water by evaporation on the coast at Tartus Photograph by a British army recruitment officer stationed in East Africa and the Middle East during World War II

Background imageTartus Collection: Tartous Crusader cathedral Interior looking N. E

Tartous Crusader cathedral Interior looking N. E
Tartous. The Crusader cathedral. Interior, looking N.E. 1936, Syria, Tartūs

Background imageTartus Collection: Large mask of gold leaf on womans face and group of five small gold masks

Large mask of gold leaf on womans face and group of five small gold masks
LRI4640145 Large mask of gold leaf on womans face and group of five small gold masks, from Tartus, 17th and 12th century BC by Phoenician; Louvre, Paris

Background imageTartus Collection: Syria / Tartus C1840

Syria / Tartus C1840
(formerly known as Tortosa) Date: circa 1840

Background imageTartus Collection: Large gold leaf masks on the face of woman and man and group of five small gold masks

Large gold leaf masks on the face of woman and man and group of five small gold masks
LRI4640147 Large gold leaf masks on the face of woman and man and group of five small gold masks, from Tartus and Byblos, 17th and 12th century BC by Phoenician; Louvre, Paris

Background imageTartus Collection: Island of Tortosa, in Syria, from Views in the Ottoman Dominions

Island of Tortosa, in Syria, from Views in the Ottoman Dominions
STC132691 Island of Tortosa, in Syria, from Views in the Ottoman Dominions, 1810 (coloured aquatint) by Mayer, Luigi (fl.1776-92); Private Collection; The Stapleton Collection; Italian

Background imageTartus Collection: Tartous town shore 1936 Syria TartūTart┼½

Tartous town shore 1936 Syria TartūTart┼½
Tartous. The town along the shore. 1936, Syria, Tartūs

Background imageTartus Collection: Tartous Tyre Funereal rock monumentss close up

Tartous Tyre Funereal rock monumentss close up
From Tartous to Tyre. Funereal rock monuments S. of Tartous, close up. 1936, Syria, Tartūs

Background imageTartus Collection: Tartous Tyre Funereal rock monumentss 1936 Syria

Tartous Tyre Funereal rock monumentss 1936 Syria
From Tartous to Tyre. Funereal rock monuments S. of Tartous. 1936, Syria, Tartūs

Background imageTartus Collection: Tartous crusader cathedral Interior looking S. E

Tartous crusader cathedral Interior looking S. E
Tartous. The crusader cathedral. Interior, looking S.E. exterior. 1936, Syria, Tartūs

Background imageTartus Collection: Tartous Crusader cathedral Interior looking S. W

Tartous Crusader cathedral Interior looking S. W
Tartous. The Crusader cathedral. Interior, looking S.W. interior looking S.E. with sarcophagus. 1936, Syria, Tartūs

Background imageTartus Collection: Tartous Cathedral S. W 1934 Syria Tartū

Tartous Cathedral S. W 1934 Syria Tartū
Tartous Cathedral from the S.W. 1934, Syria, Tartūs

Background imageTartus Collection: Tartous Cathedral N. W 1934 Syria Tartū

Tartous Cathedral N. W 1934 Syria Tartū
Tartous Cathedral from the N.W. 1934, Syria, Tartūs

Background imageTartus Collection: Tartous Cathedral interior 1934 Syria Tartū

Tartous Cathedral interior 1934 Syria Tartū
Tartous Cathedral, interior. 1934, Syria, Tartūs

Background imageTartus Collection: Tartus, Syria

Tartus, Syria
The harbour of Tartus (formerly known as Tortosa) with its castle and native boats

Background imageTartus Collection: Syria. Castel of Qalaat Marqab. Built by the muslims in 1062

Syria. Castel of Qalaat Marqab. Built by the muslims in 1062. Later the crusader castle. Near Tartus

Background imageTartus Collection: View from Krak des Chevaliers

View from Krak des Chevaliers in Syria

Background imageTartus Collection: Alfonso X, called The Wise (1221-1284). Cantigas

Alfonso X, called The Wise (1221-1284). Cantigas
" Alfonso X, called " The Wise" (1221-1284). Cantigas de Santa Maria (Virgin Mary Songs). 13th c. MS T.I. 1. Codex Rico. Cantiga 165. Fol. 221v

Background imageTartus Collection: Syria Archeology 1

Syria Archeology 1
Monuments near Tartus (formerly Tortosa)

Background imageTartus Collection: Tartus, Syria, in 1810

Tartus, Syria, in 1810
The seaport of Tartus (formerly known as Tortosa) with its castle and boats in the harbour

Background imageTartus Collection: Syria Archeology 3

Syria Archeology 3
Ancient ruins at Tartus, on the coast of Syria

Background imageTartus Collection: Bridge over the moat of Krak des Chevaliers

Bridge over the moat of Krak des Chevaliers, a Crusader castle built between 1150 and 1250 by the Knights Hospitaller, near Tartus, Syria, Middle East

Background imageTartus Collection: Vaulted corridor in Krak des Chevaliers

Vaulted corridor in Krak des Chevaliers, the Crusader castle, built between 1150 and 1250 by the Knights Hospitaller, near Tartus, Syria, Middle East


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Tartus Collection

Tartus is a city in Syria located on the Mediterranean Sea, and is the second largest port in Syria and one of the oldest cities in the country, with evidence of settlement dating back to at least 1000 BC. The city has been an important trading center for centuries, and today it remains an important industrial center for Syria. Tartus is home to several universities and other educational institutions, as well as many religious sites. The city also has a number of parks and gardens, making it a popular tourist destination. Tartus has experienced significant damage during recent conflicts in Syria but continues to be an important part of Syrian culture and society.
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Our beautiful pictures are available as Framed Prints, Photos, Wall Art and Photo Gifts

The Tartus collection from Media Storehouse is a stunning assortment of wall art and framed prints that showcase the beauty and culture of Syria's coastal city, Tartus. Our collection features a range of images captured by talented photographers who have expertly captured the essence of this ancient city. From its picturesque harbor to its bustling markets, each print in the Tartus collection offers a unique perspective on this historic destination. Whether you're looking for an eye-catching centerpiece for your living room or office, or simply want to add some cultural flair to your home decor, the Tartus collection has something for everyone. Each print is carefully crafted using high-quality materials and printing techniques to ensure that it looks great for years to come. If you're looking for beautiful and culturally significant artwork that celebrates one of Syria's most beloved cities, then look no further than the Tartus collection from Media Storehouse.
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We take great care in ensuring that your Tartus 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 protective envelopes for flat prints. Once your order is processed, our team will carefully package your print and dispatch it via a trusted courier service. You will receive a tracking number so you can monitor the progress of your delivery online. We understand how important it is to receive your artwork in perfect condition, which is why we take every precaution to ensure that it arrives at its destination undamaged. If for any reason there are issues with the delivery or the quality of the print itself, please do not hesitate to contact us and we will do everything we can to resolve the issue as quickly as possible.