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Travelers on the road to Antioch, 1800s

Travelers on the road to Antioch, 1800s


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Travelers on the road to Antioch, 1800s

Ancient walls and castle of Antioch in the 1800s.
Hand-colored woodcut of a 19th-century illustration

North Wind Picture Archives brings history to life with stock images and hand-colored illustrations

Media ID 5882403

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Asia Minor City Islam Mid East Middle East Minaret Muslim Pilgrim Religion Religious Road Tourist Travel Traveler Turkey Visitor Antakya Antioch


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This print takes us back to the 1800s, as we witness travelers embarking on a journey towards Antioch. The ancient walls and castle of this historic city stand tall in the background, showcasing their timeless beauty. Hand-colored with intricate details, this woodcut illustration transports us to an era where tradition and heritage were deeply cherished. As we gaze upon this vintage masterpiece, it evokes a sense of wonder and curiosity about the lives of those who once walked these very roads. It reminds us of the vibrant history that unfolded within these ancient walls – a testament to the rich cultural tapestry that defines Antioch. The presence of minarets hints at the religious significance of this place. As pilgrims from various faiths traversed through Antioch, they left behind footprints filled with devotion and spirituality. This image serves as a visual reminder of how religion has shaped not only Antioch but also its surrounding regions in Asia Minor. Today, as modern-day visitors explore Turkey's enchanting landscapes, they can still catch glimpses of this historical gem known as Antakya or Antioch. Its charm lies not only in its architectural marvels but also in its ability to bridge past and present seamlessly. This remarkable artwork from North Wind Picture Archives invites us to embark on our own journey through time – one that unravels stories embedded within every stone and street corner along the road to Antioch.

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