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Ghana Heritage Sites Collection

Ghana Heritage Sites are a collection of cultural and historical sites located throughout the country of Ghana in West Africa

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Ghana Heritage Sites Collection: Asante Traditional Buildings

Asante Traditional Buildings Collection
3 Items

Ghana Heritage Sites Collection: Forts and Castles, Volta, Greater Accra, Central and Western Regions

Forts and Castles, Volta, Greater Accra, Central and Western Regions Collection
13 Items

Background imageGhana Heritage Sites Collection: Sketches from the Gold Coast (engraving)

Sketches from the Gold Coast (engraving)
1105812 Sketches from the Gold Coast (engraving) by English School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Sketches from the Gold Coast)

Background imageGhana Heritage Sites Collection: Exterior part of the kings bedroom (Land of the Achantis (Ashanti or Asante)

Exterior part of the kings bedroom (Land of the Achantis (Ashanti or Asante)
LSE4099203 Exterior part of the kings bedroom (Land of the Achantis (Ashanti or Asante), Ghana) - in " The old and modern costume" by Ferrario, ed Milan, 1819-20 by Ferrario

Background imageGhana Heritage Sites Collection: The Ashantee War, reading the Queens Letter at the Palaver of Kings at Accra (engraving)

The Ashantee War, reading the Queens Letter at the Palaver of Kings at Accra (engraving)
1049101 The Ashantee War, reading the Queens Letter at the Palaver of Kings at Accra (engraving) by Durand, Godefroy (1832-1896); Private Collection; (add.info.: The Ashantee War)

Background imageGhana Heritage Sites Collection: Sketch Map of the Theatre of War in Ashanti, 1900, c1900. Creator: Unknown

Sketch Map of the Theatre of War in Ashanti, 1900, c1900. Creator: Unknown
Sketch Map of the Theatre of War in Ashanti, 1900, c1900. Showing Hodgson's line of retreat, line of advance, friendly towns, rivers, roads and sites of battles

Background imageGhana Heritage Sites Collection: The Gold Coast and Ashantee War (engraving)

The Gold Coast and Ashantee War (engraving)
1621107 The Gold Coast and Ashantee War (engraving) by English School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: The Gold Coast and Ashantee War)

Background imageGhana Heritage Sites Collection: Christiansborg Castle, Ghana, Gold Coast, West Africa

Christiansborg Castle, Ghana, Gold Coast, West Africa
Christiansborg Castle, east of Accra, Ghana, Gold Coast, West Africa, residence of the Governor. Date: circa 1920s

Background imageGhana Heritage Sites Collection: The Gold Coast and Ashantee War (engraving)

The Gold Coast and Ashantee War (engraving)
1621108 The Gold Coast and Ashantee War (engraving) by English School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: The Gold Coast and Ashantee War)

Background imageGhana Heritage Sites Collection: With the British Expedition from Accra to the Gold Coast Hinterland (b / w photo)

With the British Expedition from Accra to the Gold Coast Hinterland (b / w photo)
1615360 With the British Expedition from Accra to the Gold Coast Hinterland (b/w photo) by English Photographer, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imageGhana Heritage Sites Collection: King Koffees Palace, c1880

King Koffees Palace, c1880. Episode of the Third Anglo-Ashanti War (1873-1874). From British Battles on Land and Sea, Vol. III, by James Grant

Background imageGhana Heritage Sites Collection: King Koffees Palace, Coomassie, Ashanti War, Africa, 1900

King Koffees Palace, Coomassie, Ashanti War, Africa, 1900. During the Ashanti Campaign, the local Ashanti people offered substantial resistance to British imperial ambitions in Africa

Background imageGhana Heritage Sites Collection: Chiefs at Accra, Ghana, Gold Coast, West Africa

Chiefs at Accra, Ghana, Gold Coast, West Africa
A meeting of Chiefs at Accra, Ghana, Gold Coast, West Africa. They are grouped together under a great ficus tree in the courtyard of Christiansborg Castle

Background imageGhana Heritage Sites Collection: Summoning bearers to Cape Coast Castle, 1874

Summoning bearers to Cape Coast Castle, 1874
Natives from protected tribes are summoned with a bell and shouts to act as bearers or carriers for the British in the 2nd Ashanti War (1873-74)

Background imageGhana Heritage Sites Collection: Panoramic view of Cape Coast Castle, 1874

Panoramic view of Cape Coast Castle, 1874
Panoramic view of Cape Coast Castle, headquarters and garrison of the British on the Gold Coast, West Africa. It has been sketched from the bridge of the steam ship Volta ans shows the coastline

Background imageGhana Heritage Sites Collection: View from Government House, Cape Coast Castle, 1873

View from Government House, Cape Coast Castle, 1873
This is the view from Government House, Cape Coast Castle, headquarters of the the British on the Gold Coast. In 1873, after decades of an uneasy relationship between the British

Background imageGhana Heritage Sites Collection: The Ashanti War (1873-74) Arrivals at Cape Coast Castle

The Ashanti War (1873-74) Arrivals at Cape Coast Castle
Arrivals at the North Gate of Cape Coast Castle. In 1873, after decades of an uneasy relationship between the British and the Acing people of central Ghana

Background imageGhana Heritage Sites Collection: Cape Coast Castle and forts in 1873

Cape Coast Castle and forts in 1873
Cape Coast Castle was the was the seat of British colonialism upto the time of the 2nd Ashanti War. In 1873, after decades of an uneasy relationship between the British

Background imageGhana Heritage Sites Collection: Ghana / Accra / James Fort

Ghana / Accra / James Fort
Accra, Ghana, West Africa: James Fort, with soldiers

Background imageGhana Heritage Sites Collection: The Ashantee War

The Ashantee War, Reading The Queens Letter At The Palaver Of Kings At Accra, Ghana: General View Of The Meeting; 1. Kings Umbrella s. 2. Umbrella Tent Of Special Commissioner And Staff. 3


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Ghana Heritage Sites Collection

Ghana Heritage Sites are a collection of cultural and historical sites located throughout the country of Ghana in West Africa. These sites include castles, forts, palaces, and monuments that were built by various African empires over the centuries. They provide insight into the history and culture of Ghana's people. The most famous site is Elmina Castle, which was built by the Portuguese in 1482 as a trading post for gold and slaves. Other important sites include Cape Coast Castle, Fort St Jago, Shai Hills Resource Reserve, Kakum National Park, Mole National Park and Boabeng-Fiema Monkey Sanctuary. These heritage sites offer visitors an opportunity to learn about Ghana's past while also enjoying its natural beauty.
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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 Ghana Heritage Sites collection from Media Storehouse showcases the rich cultural and historical heritage of Ghana, Africa. Our collection features a diverse range of wall art and framed prints that capture the beauty and significance of various heritage sites in Ghana. These include ancient forts, castles, palaces, traditional villages, and natural landmarks such as waterfalls and mountains. Each piece in our collection is carefully curated to highlight the unique architectural styles, cultural practices, and historical events associated with these sites. The artwork is available in different sizes to suit individual preferences. Through this collection, Media Storehouse aims to promote awareness about Ghana's rich cultural heritage while providing an opportunity for people around the world to appreciate its beauty through stunning visual representations. Whether displayed at home or in public spaces like offices or museums, these artworks are sure to inspire admiration for Ghana's vibrant history and culture.
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What are Ghana Heritage Sites (Ghana Africa) art prints?

Ghana Heritage Sites art prints are a collection of stunning images that showcase the rich cultural heritage and historical significance of Ghana, Africa. These prints feature iconic landmarks, monuments, and sites that have been designated as UNESCO World Heritage Sites due to their outstanding universal value. Some of the popular Ghana Heritage Sites featured in these art prints include the Cape Coast Castle, Elmina Castle, Asante Traditional Buildings, and Nzulezo Stilt Village. Each print captures the unique beauty and architectural design of these structures while also highlighting their historical importance. These art prints are perfect for anyone who wants to add a touch of African culture to their home or office décor. They make great gifts for history buffs or those interested in exploring different cultures around the world. With high-quality printing techniques used by Media Storehouse, you can be sure that your Ghana Heritage Site art print will look stunning on any wall.
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What Ghana Heritage Sites (Ghana Africa) art prints can I buy from Media Storehouse?

We offer a wide range of Ghana Heritage Sites art prints that showcase the rich cultural heritage and history of Ghana, Africa. These prints are perfect for those who want to celebrate and appreciate the beauty of this West African country. Some of the popular Ghana Heritage Sites art prints available at Media Storehouse include images of Cape Coast Castle, Elmina Castle, Kakum National Park, Nzulezo Village, and many more. Each print is carefully curated to capture the essence and uniqueness of these historical sites. Whether you're looking for a stunning piece to adorn your home or office walls or searching for a thoughtful gift for someone special, we have something to suit every taste and preference. With high-quality printing techniques used on premium materials such as canvas or fine art paper, these Ghana Heritage Sites art prints are sure to impress anyone who sees them.
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How do I buy Ghana Heritage Sites (Ghana Africa) art prints?

To buy Ghana Heritage Sites art prints from Media Storehouse, you can browse our extensive collection of artwork online. Once you have found the print that catches your eye, simply add it to your cart and proceed to checkout. You will be prompted to enter your shipping and billing information before submitting your order. We offer a variety of sizes and framing options for their prints, so be sure to select the one that best suits your needs. We also offer a range of payment options including credit card and PayPal. When purchasing Ghana Heritage Sites art prints from Media Storehouse, you can rest assured that you are getting high-quality reproductions of some of the most iconic landmarks in Africa. These prints make great gifts or additions to any home or office decor.
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How much do Ghana Heritage Sites (Ghana Africa) art prints cost?

We offer a wide range of Ghana Heritage Sites art prints that showcase the rich cultural heritage and history of Ghana. Our collection features stunning images of iconic landmarks such as Cape Coast Castle, Elmina Castle, and Kakum National Park. The cost of our Ghana Heritage Sites art prints varies depending on the size and type of print you choose. We offer a variety of options including framed prints, canvas prints, and poster prints to suit your preferences. Our high-quality art prints are perfect for adding a touch of African culture to your home or office decor. They also make great gifts for friends and family who appreciate fine art. We take pride in offering affordable prices without compromising on quality. So whether you're looking to decorate your own space or give a thoughtful gift, our Ghana Heritage Sites art prints are an excellent choice.
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How will my Ghana Heritage Sites (Ghana Africa) art prints be delivered to me?

We take pride in delivering your Ghana Heritage Sites art prints to you in the most efficient and secure way possible. We use high-quality packaging materials to ensure that your artwork arrives at its destination undamaged. Our delivery partners are reliable and experienced, ensuring that your package is handled with care from start to finish. Once you have placed an order for your Ghana Heritage Sites art print, our team will process it promptly and prepare it for shipping. You will receive a confirmation email once your order has been dispatched along with tracking information so that you can monitor its progress. We understand how important these artworks are to you, which is why we go above and beyond to make sure they arrive safely at their destination. Whether you're ordering one print or several, rest assured that we'll handle everything with professionalism and care.