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Gazebo Gallery

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Choose from 209 pictures in our Gazebo collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


17th century, antique, architecture, archival, book, columns, cover, depicting, engraving Featured Print

17th century, antique, architecture, archival, book, columns, cover, depicting, engraving

17th century, antique, architecture, archival, book, columns, cover, depicting, engraving, figures, frontispiece, gazebo, geography, globes, historic, history, human likeness, jan jansson, nobody, nouvel atlas ou theatre du monde, page, pillars, seconde partie, standing, title, two, vintage, Hemera, 87647893

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Creole architecture, garden with a fountain, gazebo, Maison Folio, tropical vegetation with Tree Ferns -Cyatheales-, Cirque de Salazie, Hell-Bourg, French Overseas Territory, La Reunion Featured Print

Creole architecture, garden with a fountain, gazebo, Maison Folio, tropical vegetation with Tree Ferns -Cyatheales-, Cirque de Salazie, Hell-Bourg, French Overseas Territory, La Reunion

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487705425, Architecture, Avenue, Building, Built Structure, Cirque De Salazie, Color Image, Cottage, Creole, Day, Fountain, French Overseas Territory, Garden, Gazebo, Hell Bourg, Horizontal, House, La Reunion, Nature, No People, Outdoors, Park, Pavilion, Photography, Plant, Reunion Island, Salazie Cirque, Small, Small House, Travel, Tree, Tree Lined Road, Trick Fountain, Tropical, Tropical Climate, Tropical Tree, Tropics, Vegetation

Mar del Plata - Argentina - Tower of the Monk Featured Print

Mar del Plata - Argentina - Tower of the Monk

The Tower of the Monk (Torreon del Monje) one of the iconic buildings of the seaside resort of Mar del Plata, Argentina. It is a building of medieval influences, built on the rocks of Punta Piedras in 1904, currently operating as a confectionery. Formerly known as Tower Pueyrredo®¬ and earlier as the Belvedere. This card shows the original tower in 1910. A folly gazebo designed in the European style by architect Charles Nordmann. Date: circa 1910

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection