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Walled Town Gallery

Available as Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Wall Art and Gift Items

Choose from 195 pictures in our Walled Town collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Gate of St. Paul and Pyramid of Gaius Cestius, (N.E.), Rome, Italy, c1909. Creator: Unknown Featured Print

Gate of St. Paul and Pyramid of Gaius Cestius, (N.E.), Rome, Italy, c1909. Creator: Unknown

Gate of St. Paul and Pyramid of Gaius Cestius, (N.E.), Rome, Italy, c1909. The Pyramid of Cestius in Rome near the 3rd-century Aurelian Walls of Porta San Paolo was built as a tomb for magistrate Gaius Cestius c12 BC. To be viewed on a Sun Sculpture stereoscope made by Underwood & Underwood. [The Rose Stereograph Company, Melbourne, Sydney, Wellington & London, c1909]

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Baghdad in the Days of Mansur, 1915. Creator: Edmund Sandars Featured Print

Baghdad in the Days of Mansur, 1915. Creator: Edmund Sandars

Baghdad in the Days of Mansur, 1915. Aerial view of the walled city of Baghdad (modern-day Iraq) as it might have appeared in the 8th century AD. Al Mansour, now one of the nine administrative districts of the city, is named after Abu Ja'far al-Mansur (714-775 AD), the second Abbasid Caliph and founder of Baghdad. Painting by Edmund Sandars. From "The Caliphs Last Heritage, a short history of the Turkish Empire" by Lt.-Col. Sir Mark Sykes. [Macmillan & Co, London, 1915]

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Carcassonne, France, 1937. Artist: Martin Hurlimann Featured Print

Carcassonne, France, 1937. Artist: Martin Hurlimann

Carcassonne, France, 1937. The medieval walled city of Carcassonne was the site of a siege in 1209 during the Albigensian Crusade. A stronghold of the Cathar sect, the city fell to the crusaders commanded by Simon de Montfort after its water supply was cut off. During the Hundred Years War Carcassonne was besieged by Edward the Black Prince, who failed to capture the citadel but burned the lower town. By 1849 the walls had fallen into such a state of disrepair that the French government planned their demolition, but such was the public outcry that they were restored instead. Now a World Heritage Site, the fortifications consist of a double ring of ramparts with 53 towers

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