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Harar Collection

Harar is a walled city located in eastern Ethiopia, also known as Abyssinia

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Background imageHarar Collection: Street life

Street life
Trevor Cole

Background imageHarar Collection: Environs de Harar. Jeunes filles Gallas revenant du puits; Le Nord-Est Africain, 1914

Environs de Harar. Jeunes filles Gallas revenant du puits; Le Nord-Est Africain, 1914. Creator: Unknown
Environs de Harar. Jeunes filles Gallas revenant du puits; Le Nord-Est Africain, 1914. From "Grande Geographie Bong Illustree", 1914

Background imageHarar Collection: Child walking up pathway to Rimbauds house and museum, Old Town, Harar

Child walking up pathway to Rimbauds house and museum, Old Town, Harar, Ethiopia, Africa

Background imageHarar Collection: Ras Makonnen

Ras Makonnen Walda-Mika el Guddisa, also Makonnen Wolde Mikael, Honorary KCMG (1852 1906) - a general and the governor of Harar province in Ethiopia, and the father of Tafari Makonnen

Background imageHarar Collection: Shop of Arthur Rimbaud in Harar in Ethiopia (Africa), photo taken by Arthur Rimbaud, 1880's

Shop of Arthur Rimbaud in Harar in Ethiopia (Africa), photo taken by Arthur Rimbaud, 1880's
1751503 Shop of Arthur Rimbaud in Harar in Ethiopia (Africa), photo taken by Arthur Rimbaud, 1880's; (add.info.: Shop of Arthur Rimbaud in Harar in Ethiopia (Africa), photo taken by Arthur Rimbaud

Background imageHarar Collection: Harari street life

Harari street life
Trevor Cole

Background imageHarar Collection: Man of Harar

Man of Harar
Trevor Cole

Background imageHarar Collection: Harar, eastern Ethiopia - The Banco di Roma

Harar, eastern Ethiopia - The Banco di Roma
circa 1910s

Background imageHarar Collection: Woman from Harar, Somalia, East Africa

Woman from Harar, Somalia, East Africa
Woman in festival costume from the city of Harar, Somalia, East Africa. Date: 1922

Background imageHarar Collection: Girl of Harar

Girl of Harar
Trevor Cole

Background imageHarar Collection: Ipsitu

Ipsitu
Trevor Cole

Background imageHarar Collection: Series of pictures from Abyssinia, Ethiopia, Palace in Harar, Ras Makonnen

Series of pictures from Abyssinia, Ethiopia, Palace in Harar, Ras Makonnen
imageBROKER/Sunny Celeste

Background imageHarar Collection: Autoportrait de Rimbaud a Harar, 1883. (b / w photo)

Autoportrait de Rimbaud a Harar, 1883. (b / w photo)
1735453 Autoportrait de Rimbaud a Harar, 1883. (b/w photo) by Rimbaud, Arthur (1854-91); (add.info.: Autoportrait de Rimbaud a Harar en 1883.); French, out of copyright

Background imageHarar Collection: The Indigenous Quarter at Harar, Ethiopia

The Indigenous Quarter at Harar, Ethiopia
circa 1910s

Background imageHarar Collection: Malik Ambar (1548-1626) of Ahmadnager, c. 1605-27 (gouache on paper)

Malik Ambar (1548-1626) of Ahmadnager, c. 1605-27 (gouache on paper)
STC109691 Malik Ambar (1548-1626) of Ahmadnager, c.1605-27 (gouache on paper) by Mughal School, (17th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Abyssinian or Ethiopian born in Harar)

Background imageHarar Collection: Ras Makonnen visiting Les Invalides in Paris (colour litho)

Ras Makonnen visiting Les Invalides in Paris (colour litho)
2795630 Ras Makonnen visiting Les Invalides in Paris (colour litho) by French School, (20th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Ras Makonnen visiting Les Invalides in Paris)

Background imageHarar Collection: The historic meeting of Badoglio and Graziani fighters in the Harrar area (colour litho)

The historic meeting of Badoglio and Graziani fighters in the Harrar area (colour litho)
2778460 The historic meeting of Badoglio and Graziani fighters in the Harrar area (colour litho) by Beltrame, Achille (1871-1945); Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imageHarar Collection: Ras Makonnen Brings A Votive Cross To The Dean Of Westminster Abbey, London, For Health

Ras Makonnen Brings A Votive Cross To The Dean Of Westminster Abbey, London, For Health... (colour litho)
2798567 Ras Makonnen Brings A Votive Cross To The Dean Of Westminster Abbey, London, For Health... (colour litho) by Beltrame

Background imageHarar Collection: In the desert, beyond Harar (photo)

In the desert, beyond Harar (photo)
960107 In the desert, beyond Harar (photo) by French Photographer, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: In the desert, beyond Harar, Ethiopia. Figaro Illustre, February 1898)

Background imageHarar Collection: Reception for Ras Makonnen at the Elysee Palace, Paris (colour litho)

Reception for Ras Makonnen at the Elysee Palace, Paris (colour litho)
2782304 Reception for Ras Makonnen at the Elysee Palace, Paris (colour litho) by French School, (20th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Reception for Ras Makonnen at the Elysee Palace, Paris)

Background imageHarar Collection: Portrait of Ras Makonnen (1852-1906), general and governor of Harar province in Ethiopia

Portrait of Ras Makonnen (1852-1906), general and governor of Harar province in Ethiopia
XEE555611 Portrait of Ras Makonnen (1852-1906), general and governor of Harar province in Ethiopia. by French Photographer, (19th century); Private Collection; Stefano Bianchetti; French

Background imageHarar Collection: Women in Harar (photo)

Women in Harar (photo)
960110 Women in Harar (photo) by French Photographer, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Women in Harar, Ethiopia. Published in Figaro Illustre, February 1898)

Background imageHarar Collection: Harar from the Coffe Stream, from First Footsteps in East Africa

Harar from the Coffe Stream, from First Footsteps in East Africa
STC160957 Harar from the Coffe Stream, from First Footsteps in East Africa: An Exploration of Harar, by Richard F. Burton (1821-90)

Background imageHarar Collection: The colours of Harar

The colours of Harar
Trevor Cole

Background imageHarar Collection: The street dweller

The street dweller
Trevor Cole

Background imageHarar Collection: The Emperor of Abyssinia (Ethiopia) promotes his son, the Duke of Harrar

The Emperor of Abyssinia (Ethiopia) promotes his son, the Duke of Harrar, to Major General. Pictured, the Emperor blessing his son after conferring upon him the rank of Major General. June 1941

Background imageHarar Collection: Abyssinian War September 1935 Soldiers of the Abyssinian regular army seen here

Abyssinian War September 1935 Soldiers of the Abyssinian regular army seen here occupying trenches close to Harar on the Ogadan front

Background imageHarar Collection: Ras Makonnen Walda-Mika el Guddisa - Abyssinia

Ras Makonnen Walda-Mika el Guddisa - Abyssinia
Ras Makonnen Walda-Mika el Guddisa, also Makonnen Wolde Mikael, Honorary KCMG (1852 1906) - a general and the governor of Harar province in Ethiopia, and the father of Tafari Makonnen

Background imageHarar Collection: Abyssinian War September 1935 Soldiers of the Abyssinian regular army seen here

Abyssinian War September 1935 Soldiers of the Abyssinian regular army seen here occupying trenches close to Harar on the Ogadan front

Background imageHarar Collection: Abyssinian War September 1935 Soldiers of the Abyssinian regular army seen here

Abyssinian War September 1935 Soldiers of the Abyssinian regular army seen here occupying trenches close to Harar on the Ogadan front

Background imageHarar Collection: Beans For Sale In The Old City Of Harar In Eastern Ethiopia; Harar, Ethiopia

Beans For Sale In The Old City Of Harar In Eastern Ethiopia; Harar, Ethiopia

Background imageHarar Collection: RAS MAKONNEN (1852-1906). General and governor of Harar province in Ethiopia. Photograph

RAS MAKONNEN (1852-1906). General and governor of Harar province in Ethiopia. Photograph, 19th century

Background imageHarar Collection: The impressive Shewa Gate is one of the seven entrances

The impressive Shewa Gate is one of the seven entrances to the medieval walled city of Harar. Once an independent city-state dating back to the early 16th century

Background imageHarar Collection: Ethiopia, Harar

Ethiopia, Harar, Street in the old city, Goldsmith shop

Background imageHarar Collection: A woman from Harar in festival attire, Ethiopia, 1922

A woman from Harar in festival attire, Ethiopia, 1922. From Peoples of All Nations, Their Life Today and the Story of Their Past, volume I: Abyssinia to the British Empire

Background imageHarar Collection: Visit of Ras Makonnen to Les Invalides in Paris, 1902

Visit of Ras Makonnen to Les Invalides in Paris, 1902. Ras Makonnen (1852-1906) was a general and the governor of Harar province in Ethiopia, and the father of Tafari Makonnen


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Harar Collection

Harar is a walled city located in eastern Ethiopia, also known as Abyssinia, and is one of the oldest cities in Africa and has been a major trading center for centuries. Harar is home to many mosques, shrines and other religious sites, making it an important pilgrimage destination for Muslims. The city is also known for its unique culture and architecture, with colorful houses built from mud bricks and decorated with intricate designs. The old town has been designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site due to its cultural significance. Visitors can explore the old town's winding streets and alleyways lined with traditional markets selling spices, textiles and other goods. There are also several museums showcasing the city's history and culture, including the Ethnological Museum which displays artifacts from various ethnic groups in Ethiopia.
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Our beautiful Wall Art and Photo Gifts include Framed Prints, Photo Prints, Poster Prints, Canvas Prints, Jigsaw Puzzles, Metal Prints and so much more

The Harar collection from Media Storehouse showcases stunning photographs of the ancient walled city of Harar in Ethiopia, also known as Abyssinia. Our collection features a range of wall art and framed prints that capture the unique beauty and charm of this historic city, which is recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The images in the Harar collection offer a glimpse into the vibrant culture and rich history of this Ethiopian city. From colorful markets to narrow alleyways lined with traditional homes, each photograph tells its own story about life in Harar. Whether you're looking for a striking piece to add to your home decor or an inspiring gift for someone special, the Harar collection has something for everyone. Each print is expertly crafted using high-quality materials to ensure it lasts for years to come. The Harar collection from Media Storehouse offers a beautiful tribute to one of Africa's most fascinating cities and is sure to delight anyone who appreciates fine art photography.
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What are Harar (Ethiopia (Abyssinia) Africa) art prints?

Harar art prints are a collection of artistic works that depict the rich cultural heritage and history of Harar, Ethiopia (Abyssinia), Africa. These prints showcase various aspects of life in Harar, including its architecture, people, landscapes, and wildlife. They are created using different techniques such as painting, drawing, and photography. The art prints capture the unique beauty and diversity of this ancient walled city which is known for its colorful markets, mosques with towering minarets, traditional houses with intricately carved wooden doors and narrow alleyways. The vibrant colors used in these artworks reflect the lively atmosphere of Harar's streets. These art prints are perfect for those who appreciate African culture or want to add an exotic touch to their home decor. They can be framed or mounted on canvas to create stunning wall displays that will add character and warmth to any room. Whether you're looking for a piece that captures the essence of Harar's bustling streets or one that showcases its natural beauty - there is something for everyone in this collection.
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What Harar (Ethiopia (Abyssinia) Africa) art prints can I buy from Media Storehouse?

We offer a wide range of Harar (Ethiopia) art prints that capture the beauty and culture of this historic city in Africa. You can choose from a variety of images, including stunning landscapes, colorful markets, traditional architecture, and vibrant street scenes. These high-quality prints are available in different sizes and formats to suit your preferences. Some popular options include photographs of the ancient walled city with its narrow alleys and unique architecture, as well as portraits of local people going about their daily lives. The rich colors and textures of Harar's textiles, pottery, and other crafts are also beautifully captured in many of these prints. Whether you're looking for a striking piece to decorate your home or office or want to give a meaningful gift to someone who loves African art and culture, we have something for everyone.
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How do I buy Harar (Ethiopia (Abyssinia) Africa) art prints?

To buy Harar (Ethiopia) art prints, you can visit our online gallery and browse through our collection of images. Once you have found the artwork that you like, select the size and type of print that you prefer. You can choose from a variety of options such as canvas prints, framed prints or photographic prints. After selecting your preferred option, add it to your cart and proceed to checkout. At this point, you will be required to provide your shipping details and payment information. We offer a secure payment system for all transactions made on their website. They accept major credit cards such as Visa, MasterCard and American Express. Once your order has been processed successfully, Media Storehouse will ship the artwork to your address within the specified timeframe. The company takes great care in packaging their products to ensure they arrive in perfect condition. Buying Harar (Ethiopia) art prints from Media Storehouse is a straightforward process that allows you to enjoy beautiful artworks from the comfort of your own home.
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How much do Harar (Ethiopia (Abyssinia) Africa) art prints cost?

We offer a wide range of Harar (Ethiopia) art prints that vary in price depending on the size and type of print. Our collection includes high-quality photographic prints, canvas prints, framed prints and posters featuring stunning images of Harar's architecture, landscapes and people. We work with talented photographers from around the world to bring you unique and beautiful artwork that captures the essence of this historic African city. Our prices are competitive and reflect the quality of our products. We believe that everyone should have access to affordable art that inspires them and brings joy to their homes or workplaces. Whether you're looking for a small print to add some color to your living room or a large canvas print for your office space, we have something for every budget. We take pride in our customer service and strive to provide a seamless shopping experience for all our customers. If you have any questions about our products or services, please don't hesitate to contact us.
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How will my Harar (Ethiopia (Abyssinia) Africa) art prints be delivered to me?

We take pride in delivering your Harar art prints with utmost care and precision. Your order will be carefully packaged to ensure that it reaches you in perfect condition. We use high-quality materials to protect your artwork during transit. Once your order is placed, our team of experts begins the process of printing and preparing your artwork for shipment. Our delivery partners are experienced professionals who understand the importance of handling fragile items with care. We offer a range of delivery options to suit your needs, including standard shipping and express delivery. You can track the progress of your order online using our tracking system, which provides real-time updates on its status. Whether you're ordering a single print or multiple pieces, we guarantee that each one will arrive at its destination safely and securely. Westrive to provide an exceptional customer experience from start to finish.