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Macedonia is a country in southeastern Europe that is home to many beautiful palaces

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Background imagePalaces Collection: Queen Cleophis Offering Wine to Alexander the Great after his Conquest of Mazaka, 1670-1733

Queen Cleophis Offering Wine to Alexander the Great after his Conquest of Mazaka, 1670-1733. Creator: Gerard Hoet
Queen Cleophis Offering Wine to Alexander the Great after his Conquest of Mazaka, 1670-1733. Cleophis was ruler of the Assacani

Background imagePalaces Collection: Persepolis 2, 500 years old Darius palace ruins

Persepolis 2, 500 years old Darius palace ruins
The ruins of the 500 BC palace of Darius, Apadana palace, a ruler of the Achaemenid dynasty, in what was the capital of the Achaemenid empire in Takht-e Jamshid (also known as Persepolis)

Background imagePalaces Collection: Alexander the Great Threatened by His Father, probably 1700 / 1705. Creator: Donato Creti

Alexander the Great Threatened by His Father, probably 1700 / 1705. Creator: Donato Creti
Alexander the Great Threatened by His Father, probably 1700/1705

Background imagePalaces Collection: The serious events of Constantinople, assault of the barracks by the Macedonian troops drawn

The serious events of Constantinople, assault of the barracks by the Macedonian troops drawn... (colour litho)
2815222 The serious events of Constantinople, assault of the barracks by the Macedonian troops drawn... (colour litho) by Beltrame

Background imagePalaces Collection: Timotheus Playing the Lyre before Alexander and Thaïs in the Hall of the Palace... c. 1820

Timotheus Playing the Lyre before Alexander and Thaïs in the Hall of the Palace... c. 1820. Creator: Pietro Fancelli
Timotheus Playing the Lyre before Alexander and Thais in the Hall of the Palace at Persepolis, c. 1820

Background imagePalaces Collection: Mosaic floor at Vergina, Royal Palace of the Macedonian Dynasty

Mosaic floor at Vergina, Royal Palace of the Macedonian Dynasty
LRI4655566 Mosaic floor at Vergina, Royal Palace of the Macedonian Dynasty by Greek School; Vergina, Macedonia, Greece; (add.info.: Greek Art)

Background imagePalaces Collection: Alexander the Great of Macedonia, (1902)

Alexander the Great of Macedonia, (1902). From Imhoof Blumers Portrait Heads on Coins of Hellenic Nations. In only 13 years

Background imagePalaces Collection: The Horn of Alexander (engraving)

The Horn of Alexander (engraving)
3628843 The Horn of Alexander (engraving) by European School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: The Horn of Alexander)

Background imagePalaces Collection: Greek art: view of the ruins of the royal palace of the royal dynasties of Macedoine

Greek art: view of the ruins of the royal palace of the royal dynasties of Macedoine
LRI4655544 Greek art: view of the ruins of the royal palace of the royal dynasties of Macedoine. This is where Alexander the Great lived

Background imagePalaces Collection: Mosaic floor at Vergina, Royal Palace of the Macedonian Dynasty

Mosaic floor at Vergina, Royal Palace of the Macedonian Dynasty
LRI4655561 Mosaic floor at Vergina, Royal Palace of the Macedonian Dynasty by Greek School; Vergina, Macedonia, Greece; (add.info.: Greek Art)

Background imagePalaces Collection: Alexander and Bucephalus, mid 18th century, (1928). Artist: Giovanni Battista Tiepolo

Alexander and Bucephalus, mid 18th century, (1928). Artist: Giovanni Battista Tiepolo
Alexander and Bucephalus, mid 18th century, (1928). Pen with wash on paper. At one time known to have been in the collection of the Horne Foundation, Florence, Italy

Background imagePalaces Collection: Alexander the Great, Macedonian king and soldier

Alexander the Great, Macedonian king and soldier. In only 13 years, Alexander III of Macedon (c356-323 BC) conquered a vast empire stretching from the Mediterranean to India

Background imagePalaces Collection: The Deer Hunt, 4th century BC

The Deer Hunt, 4th century BC. Alexander the Great (356 BC-323 BC) left, and Hephaestion, his boyhood friend, with a stag

Background imagePalaces Collection: Alexander the Great (356-323 BC) on his deathbed, 1830

Alexander the Great (356-323 BC) on his deathbed, 1830. In only 13 years, Alexander III of Macedon conquered a vast empire stretching from the Mediterranean to India

Background imagePalaces Collection: Alexander the Great (356-323 BC) as a youth, listening to his tutor Aristotle, c1875

Alexander the Great (356-323 BC) as a youth, listening to his tutor Aristotle, c1875. In only 13 years, Alexander III of Macedon conquered a vast empire stretching from the Mediterranean to India

Background imagePalaces Collection: Alexander the Great, (356-323 BC), c1873

Alexander the Great, (356-323 BC), c1873
Alexander the Great (356-323 BC), c336-c323 BC. In only 13 years, Alexander III of Macedon conquered a vast empire stretching from the Mediterranean to India

Background imagePalaces Collection: Alexander the Great, (356-323 BC), 1425

Alexander the Great, (356-323 BC), 1425
Alexander the Great (356-323 BC), c336-c323 BC. In only 13 years, Alexander III of Macedon conquered a vast empire stretching from the Mediterranean to India

Background imagePalaces Collection: Alexander the Great, (356-323 BC), c336-c323 BC

Alexander the Great, (356-323 BC), c336-c323 BC
Alexander the Great (356-323 BC), c336-c323 BC. In only 13 years, Alexander III of Macedon conquered a vast empire stretching from the Mediterranean to India

Background imagePalaces Collection: Alexander the Great (356-323 BC)

Alexander the Great (356-323 BC). In only 13 years, Alexander III of Macedon conquered a vast empire stretching from the Mediterranean to India

Background imagePalaces Collection: Alexander the Great (356-323 BC), 3rd century BC

Alexander the Great (356-323 BC), 3rd century BC. In only 13 years, Alexander III of Macedon conquered a vast empire stretching from the Mediterranean to India

Background imagePalaces Collection: Alexander the Great (356-323 BC), 1924

Alexander the Great (356-323 BC), 1924. In only 13 years, Alexander III of Macedon conquered a vast empire stretching from the Mediterranean to India

Background imagePalaces Collection: Alexander the Great (356-323 BC), c1800

Alexander the Great (356-323 BC), c1800
Alexander the Great (356-323 BC), 1800. Romanticised portrayal of Alexander in a plumed helmet. In only 13 years, Alexander III of Macedon conquered a vast empire stretching from the Mediterranean to

Background imagePalaces Collection: The Lion Hunt, 4th century BC

The Lion Hunt, 4th century BC. Alexander the Great (356 BC-323 BC) and Hephaestion, his boyhood friend, hunting lion. Mosaic from the remains of the Macedonian royal palace at Pella

Background imagePalaces Collection: Alexander the Great (356-323 BC), c336-c323 BC

Alexander the Great (356-323 BC), c336-c323 BC. In only 13 years, Alexander III of Macedon conquered a vast empire stretching from the Mediterranean to India

Background imagePalaces Collection: Mysterious ancient stone horses gate of Persepolis - Iran

Mysterious ancient stone horses gate of Persepolis - Iran
Ancient and mysterious big stone horses statues carved into large stone blocks, as an entrance gate to one of the 500 BC palaces of the Persepolis or Takhte Jamshid complex

Background imagePalaces Collection: Persepolis ancient ruins in Iran - Simorgh mythical bird stone carving

Persepolis ancient ruins in Iran - Simorgh mythical bird stone carving
Ancient and mysterious ruins and stone carved column decorated with a twin Simorgh bird, the mythical Iranian equivalent of phoenix or griffin featured in the Persian literature of antiquity

Background imagePalaces Collection: Gate to Iran - Ancient Persepolis ruins

Gate to Iran - Ancient Persepolis ruins
The massive main entrance gateway to the 500 BC Persepolis or Takhte Jamshid complex - known as The Gate of All Nations -, the capital city of the Achaemenid dynasty Zoroastrian empire

Background imagePalaces Collection: Ancient entrance gate into old Iranian capital of Persepolis

Ancient entrance gate into old Iranian capital of Persepolis
Stone relief on entrance gates to ancient capital of Iran. The ruins of 500 BC palaces of the Achaemenid dynasty, in what was the capital of the Achaemenid empire in Takht-e Jamshid

Background imagePalaces Collection: 2, 500 years old ruins of Persepolis in Iran

2, 500 years old ruins of Persepolis in Iran
The ruins of 500 BC palaces of the Achaemenid dynasty, in what was the capital of the Achaemenid empire in Takht-e Jamshid (also known as Persepolis)

Background imagePalaces Collection: Scattered ruins of ancient Persepolis palace - Iran

Scattered ruins of ancient Persepolis palace - Iran
The ruins of 500 BC palaces of the Achaemenid dynasty, in what was the capital of the Achaemenid empire in Takht-e Jamshid (also known as Persepolis)

Background imagePalaces Collection: 6th century BC Darius palace ruins in Persepolis

6th century BC Darius palace ruins in Persepolis
The gate toward the palace of Darius in the UNESCO World Heritage Takht-e Jamshid or Persepolis in the Fars province of Iran, standing for 2

Background imagePalaces Collection: Persepolis 2, 500 years old Darius palace ruins

Persepolis 2, 500 years old Darius palace ruins
The ruins of the 500 BC palace of Darius, a ruler of the Achaemenid dynasty, in what was the capital of the Achaemenid empire in Takht-e Jamshid (also known as Persepolis)


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Palaces Collection

Macedonia is a country in southeastern Europe that is home to many beautiful palaces. The most famous of these the Palace of King Philip II, located in the city of Vergina. This palace was built by Philip II in the 4th century BC and was used as his residence until his death. It features an impressive array of ancient Greek architecture, including a large courtyard and several grand halls. Other notable palaces include those at Stobi, Heraclea Lyncestis, and Ohrid. These structures are all well-preserved Macedonian architecture from different periods throughout history and offer visitors a glimpse into the past.
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Our beautiful pictures are available as Framed Prints, Photos, Wall Art and Photo Gifts

The Palaces collection from Media Storehouse is a stunning array of wall art and framed prints that showcase the grandeur and opulence of some of Macedonia's most iconic palaces. Our collection features high-quality photographs, illustrations, and paintings that capture the intricate details, architectural beauty, and historical significance of these magnificent structures. From the imposing façade of the Presidential Palace in Skopje to the ornate interiors of King Nikola's Palace in Ohrid, each piece in our collection offers a unique glimpse into Macedonia's rich cultural heritage. Whether you're looking for a striking centerpiece for your living room or an elegant addition to your office décor, there is something for everyone in this exquisite collection. With its exceptional quality and attention to detail, the Palaces collection from Media Storehouse is sure to impress even the most discerning art enthusiasts. So why not add a touch of Macedonian elegance to your home or workspace today?
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What are Palaces (Macedonia Europe) art prints?

Palaces art prints are a collection of high-quality, professionally printed images that showcase the stunning architecture and intricate details of palaces located in Macedonia, Europe. These prints capture the grandeur and elegance of these historical buildings, which have played significant roles in shaping the cultural heritage of this region. Each print is carefully crafted using state-of-the-art printing technology to ensure that every detail is captured with precision and accuracy. The result is a beautiful work of art that can be enjoyed for years to come. Whether you are an art enthusiast or simply looking to add some sophistication to your home decor, Palaces art prints offer something for everyone. From the ornate facades of Skopje's Presidential Palace to the majestic towers of Ohrid Castle, these prints provide a glimpse into Macedonia's rich history and architectural beauty.
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What Palaces (Macedonia Europe) art prints can I buy from Media Storehouse?

We offer a wide range of art prints featuring the stunning Palaces of Macedonia in Europe. These include beautiful images of the Palace of King Alexander I, which is located in Skopje and was built in 1926. Another popular print features the Palace of Prince Paul, situated on Lake Ohrid and constructed in 1936. The impressive Presidential Palace, also located in Skopje, can be found as an art print option too. Other notable palaces available as prints from Media Storehouse include the Daut Pasha Hamam Museum, which was once a Turkish bathhouse but now serves as a museum showcasing Ottoman-era artifacts; and Stobi Archaeological Site - an ancient Roman city that includes ruins such as palaces and temples. All these magnificent palace art prints are perfect for adding elegance to any home or office space with their rich history and intricate architectural designs.
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How do I buy Palaces (Macedonia Europe) art prints?

To purchase Palaces art prints from Media Storehouse, you can browse our collection of artwork online. Once you have found the print that you would like to purchase, simply add it to your cart and proceed to checkout. You will be prompted to enter your shipping and payment information. We offer a variety of sizes for their prints, so be sure to select the size that best fits your needs. We also offer framing options for an additional fee if desired. If you have any questions or concerns about purchasing Palaces art prints from Media Storehouse, they have a customer service team available to assist you via phone or email. Buying artwork from Media Storehouse is a simple and straightforward process that allows you to enjoy beautiful pieces in the comfort of your own home.
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How much do Palaces (Macedonia Europe) art prints cost?

Palaces in Macedonia, Europe are a popular subject for art prints. The cost of these prints can vary depending on the size and quality of the print. Generally, larger prints will be more expensive than smaller ones. Additionally, higher quality prints that use better materials and printing techniques may also be more expensive. It is important to note that prices for Palaces in Macedonia art prints can vary between different retailers or sellers. Therefore, it is recommended to shop around and compare prices before making a purchase. We offer a wide variety of Palaces in Macedonia art prints at competitive prices. You can choose from various sizes and styles to suit their preferences and budget. The cost of Palaces in Macedonia art prints will depend on several factors such as size, quality, and seller. However, with some research and careful consideration, you can find affordable options that allow them to enjoy beautiful artwork depicting these stunning palaces.
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How will my Palaces (Macedonia Europe) art prints be delivered to me?

We take great care in ensuring that your Palaces art prints are delivered to you safely and securely. We use high-quality packaging materials to protect your print during transit, including sturdy cardboard tubes or flat packages depending on the size of the print. Once your order has been processed and printed, it will be carefully packed by our team and dispatched for delivery using a trusted courier service. You will receive a tracking number so that you can monitor the progress of your delivery online. We pride ourselves on providing excellent customer service, so if you have any questions about your order or delivery please do not hesitate to get in touch with our friendly support team who will be happy to assist you. We aim to ensure that your Palaces art prints arrive at their destination in perfect condition and ready for display in your home or office.