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Tunis is the capital of Tunisia, located in North Africa, and is a vibrant city with a rich history and culture

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Background imageTunis Collection: The History of Hannibal, c. 1570 (tapestry)

The History of Hannibal, c. 1570 (tapestry)
CUL4894838 The History of Hannibal, c.1570 (tapestry) by Flemish School, (16th century); (add.info.: The History of Hannibal: The crossing of the Alps. ca. 1570. Detail)

Background imageTunis Collection: The History of Hannibal, c. 1570 (tapestry)

The History of Hannibal, c. 1570 (tapestry)
CUL4925239 The History of Hannibal, c.1570 (tapestry) by Flemish School, (16th century); (add.info.: Battle of Zama. 16th v. SPAIN. MADRID (AUTONOMOUS COMMUNITY). Madrid. Royal Palace

Background imageTunis Collection: The History of Hannibal, c. 1570 (tapestry)

The History of Hannibal, c. 1570 (tapestry)
CUL4924755 The History of Hannibal, c.1570 (tapestry) by Flemish School, (16th century); (add.info.: Battle of Zama. 16th v. SPAIN. MADRID (AUTONOMOUS COMMUNITY). Madrid. Royal Palace

Background imageTunis Collection: The History of Hannibal, c. 1570 (tapestry)

The History of Hannibal, c. 1570 (tapestry)
CUL4925184 The History of Hannibal, c.1570 (tapestry) by Flemish School, (16th century); (add.info.: Battle of Zama. 16th v. SPAIN. MADRID (AUTONOMOUS COMMUNITY). Madrid. Royal Palace

Background imageTunis Collection: The History of Hannibal, c. 1570 (tapestry)

The History of Hannibal, c. 1570 (tapestry)
CUL4925270 The History of Hannibal, c.1570 (tapestry) by Flemish School, (16th century); (add.info.: Battle of Zama. 16th v. SPAIN. MADRID (AUTONOMOUS COMMUNITY). Madrid. Royal Palace

Background imageTunis Collection: The History of Hannibal, c. 1570 (tapestry)

The History of Hannibal, c. 1570 (tapestry)
CUL4925023 The History of Hannibal, c.1570 (tapestry) by Flemish School, (16th century); (add.info.: Battle of Zama. 16th v. SPAIN. MADRID (AUTONOMOUS COMMUNITY). Madrid. Royal Palace

Background imageTunis Collection: The History of Hannibal, c. 1570 (tapestry)

The History of Hannibal, c. 1570 (tapestry)
CUL4924971 The History of Hannibal, c.1570 (tapestry) by Flemish School, (16th century); (add.info.: Battle of Zama. 16th v. SPAIN. MADRID (AUTONOMOUS COMMUNITY). Madrid. Royal Palace

Background imageTunis Collection: Plate 4: The victory of Goleta, near Tunis, from the Triumphs of Charles V, 1614

Plate 4: The victory of Goleta, near Tunis, from the Triumphs of Charles V, 1614. Creator: Jacob III de Gheyn
Plate 4: The victory of Goleta, near Tunis, from the Triumphs of Charles V, 1614

Background imageTunis Collection: The carnival of mid-careme (mi careme) in the streets of Tunis

The carnival of mid-careme (mi careme) in the streets of Tunis, costumes and exuberant masks flow under the eyes of
LSE4326865 The carnival of mid-careme (mi careme) in the streets of Tunis, costumes and exuberant masks flow under the eyes of passers-by and women perched on the rooftops of houses

Background imageTunis Collection: Conquest of Tunis by Emperor Charles V: violence inflicted on women by Spanish troops in 1535

Conquest of Tunis by Emperor Charles V: violence inflicted on women by Spanish troops in 1535 (tapestry)
JLJ4656969 Conquest of Tunis by Emperor Charles V: violence inflicted on women by Spanish troops in 1535 (tapestry) by Pannemaker, Willem de (c.1510-1581); Alcazar, Segovia

Background imageTunis Collection: St. Louis dies of the plague on 25th August 1270 during the Crusade against Tunis

St. Louis dies of the plague on 25th August 1270 during the Crusade against Tunis
IND364405 St. Louis dies of the plague on 25th August 1270 during the Crusade against Tunis, from the manuscript Grands Chroniques de France (vellum) by French School, (14th century); Musee Conde

Background imageTunis Collection: Map of the Mediterranean Sea - Detail of the conquete of Tunis (Tunisia) - Tapestry by Francisco

Map of the Mediterranean Sea - Detail of the conquete of Tunis (Tunisia) - Tapestry by Francisco
LSE4317460 Map of the Mediterranean Sea - Detail of the conquete of Tunis (Tunisia) - Tapestry by Francisco and Cornelius Van der Ggot (18th century), woven into the royal tapestry factory

Background imageTunis Collection: Conquete of Tunis by Emperor Charles V in 1535: representation of the emperor and infant Don Luis

Conquete of Tunis by Emperor Charles V in 1535: representation of the emperor and infant Don Luis
JLJ4656996 Conquete of Tunis by Emperor Charles V in 1535: representation of the emperor and infant Don Luis. Detail of a tapestry by Willem de Pannemaker (active around 1535-1554)

Background imageTunis Collection: Conqueence of Tunis by Emperor Charles V: the seat of Golette in 1535

Conqueence of Tunis by Emperor Charles V: the seat of Golette in 1535. Detail of a tapestry by Willem de Pannemaker
JLJ4656961 Conqueence of Tunis by Emperor Charles V: the seat of Golette in 1535. Detail of a tapestry by Willem de Pannemaker (active around 1535-1554) 1554 Alcazar de Seville by Pannemaker

Background imageTunis Collection: Egyptian-influenced comb adorns a sphinx and lotus flowers, from Juno hill, 6th century BC (ivory)

Egyptian-influenced comb adorns a sphinx and lotus flowers, from Juno hill, 6th century BC (ivory)
LRI4640442 Egyptian-influenced comb adorns a sphinx and lotus flowers, from Juno hill, 6th century BC (ivory) by Carthaginian (7th-3rd century BC); Musee du Bardo, Tunis

Background imageTunis Collection: Recipient in the shape of a crouching monkey, 6th-5th century BC

Recipient in the shape of a crouching monkey, 6th-5th century BC
LRI4640438 Recipient in the shape of a crouching monkey, 6th-5th century BC by Carthaginian (7th-3rd century BC); Musee du Bardo, Tunis

Background imageTunis Collection: Bronze jug from the site of Qart-Hadasht, 5th century BC

Bronze jug from the site of Qart-Hadasht, 5th century BC
LRI4640408 Bronze jug from the site of Qart-Hadasht, 5th century BC by Carthaginian (7th-3rd century BC); Musee du Bardo, Tunis

Background imageTunis Collection: Les soldats arabe - Detail de la conquete de Tunis (Tunisia) - Tapestry by Francisco

Les soldats arabe - Detail de la conquete de Tunis (Tunisia) - Tapestry by Francisco and Cornelius Van der Ggot
LSE4317455 Les soldats arabe - Detail de la conquete de Tunis (Tunisia) - Tapestry by Francisco and Cornelius Van der Ggot (18th century), woven at the royal tapestry factory, mid 18th century

Background imageTunis Collection: The ships and the barkage - Detail of the conquete of Tunis (Tunisia) - Tapestry by Francisco

The ships and the barkage - Detail of the conquete of Tunis (Tunisia) - Tapestry by Francisco
LSE4317447 The ships and the barkage - Detail of the conquete of Tunis (Tunisia) - Tapestry by Francisco and Cornelius Van der Ggot (18th century), woven into the royal tapestry factory

Background imageTunis Collection: Detail of the conquete of Tunis (Tunisia) - Tapestry by Francisco and Cornelius Van der Goten

Detail of the conquete of Tunis (Tunisia) - Tapestry by Francisco and Cornelius Van der Goten (18th century)
LSE4317461 Detail of the conquete of Tunis (Tunisia) - Tapestry by Francisco and Cornelius Van der Goten (18th century), woven at the royal tapestry factory, mid 18th century

Background imageTunis Collection: Conquete of Tunis by Emperor Charles V in 1535: representation of the emperor and his army

Conquete of Tunis by Emperor Charles V in 1535: representation of the emperor and his army
JLJ4656989 Conquete of Tunis by Emperor Charles V in 1535: representation of the emperor and his army. Detail of a tapestry by Willem de Pannemaker (active around 1535-1554)

Background imageTunis Collection: Detail of a Punic stele with representation of a high priest holding the arm of a child intended

Detail of a Punic stele with representation of a high priest holding the arm of a child intended for sacrifice
LRI4640388 Detail of a Punic stele with representation of a high priest holding the arm of a child intended for sacrifice, from the Tophet of Salammbo, 4th century BC

Background imageTunis Collection: Mans mask with earrings in the nose and ears, 7th-6th century BC (terracotta)

Mans mask with earrings in the nose and ears, 7th-6th century BC (terracotta)
LRI4640353 Mans mask with earrings in the nose and ears, 7th-6th century BC (terracotta) by Carthaginian (7th-3rd century BC); Musee du Bardo, Tunis

Background imageTunis Collection: Recipient in the shape of a woman squatting. 6th century BC

Recipient in the shape of a woman squatting. 6th century BC
LRI4640346 Recipient in the shape of a woman squatting. 6th century BC. by Carthaginian (7th-3rd century BC); Musee du Bardo, Tunis

Background imageTunis Collection: Conqueence of Tunis by Emperor Charles V: the seat of Golette in 1535

Conqueence of Tunis by Emperor Charles V: the seat of Golette in 1535. Detail of a tapestry by Willem de Pannemaker
JLJ4657009 Conqueence of Tunis by Emperor Charles V: the seat of Golette in 1535. Detail of a tapestry by Willem de Pannemaker (active around 1535-1554) 1554 Alcazar de Seville by Pannemaker

Background imageTunis Collection: Askos in the shape of a bird, 8th century BC (terracotta)

Askos in the shape of a bird, 8th century BC (terracotta)
LRI4640418 Askos in the shape of a bird, 8th century BC (terracotta) by Carthaginian (7th-3rd century BC); Musee du Bardo, Tunis

Background imageTunis Collection: Mask of Egyptian influence from tomb 83 of the necropolis of Dermech, 6th century BC (terracotta)

Mask of Egyptian influence from tomb 83 of the necropolis of Dermech, 6th century BC (terracotta)
LRI4640391 Mask of Egyptian influence from tomb 83 of the necropolis of Dermech, 6th century BC (terracotta) by Carthaginian (7th-3rd century BC); Musee du Bardo, Tunis

Background imageTunis Collection: Detail of the conquete of Tunis (Tunisia) - Tapestry by Francisco and Cornelius Van der Ggot

Detail of the conquete of Tunis (Tunisia) - Tapestry by Francisco and Cornelius Van der Ggot (18th century)
LSE4317467 Detail of the conquete of Tunis (Tunisia) - Tapestry by Francisco and Cornelius Van der Ggot (18th century), woven at the royal tapestry factory, mid 18th century

Background imageTunis Collection: Profile of mans mask from the Tophet of Mozia. 6th century BC (terracotta)

Profile of mans mask from the Tophet of Mozia. 6th century BC (terracotta)
LRI4641039 Profile of mans mask from the Tophet of Mozia. 6th century BC (terracotta) by Carthaginian (7th-3rd century BC); Musee du Bardo, Tunis

Background imageTunis Collection: Amulet of the Egyptian god Bes (fertility), 7th or 6th century BC (Glass paste sculpture)

Amulet of the Egyptian god Bes (fertility), 7th or 6th century BC (Glass paste sculpture)
LRI4640454 Amulet of the Egyptian god Bes (fertility), 7th or 6th century BC (Glass paste sculpture) by Carthaginian (7th-3rd century BC); Musee du Bardo, Tunis

Background imageTunis Collection: Stele from Ghorfa (El Horfa), 2nd century AD

Stele from Ghorfa (El Horfa), 2nd century AD
LRI4640349 Stele from Ghorfa (El Horfa), 2nd century AD by Carthaginian (7th-3rd century BC); Musee du Bardo, Tunis, Tunisia; (add.info.: Carthaginian civilization (Punic)

Background imageTunis Collection: Among the souks of Tunis (litho)

Among the souks of Tunis (litho)
7171013 Among the souks of Tunis (litho) by American School, (20th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Among the souks of Tunis)

Background imageTunis Collection: Flemish tapestry. Series The conquest of Tunis: The plunder of Tunis (De plundering van Tunis)

Flemish tapestry. Series The conquest of Tunis: The plunder of Tunis (De plundering van Tunis)
7208366 Flemish tapestry. Series The conquest of Tunis: The plunder of Tunis (De plundering van Tunis). Cartoonist Jan Cornelisz Vermeyen. Atelier Willem de Pannemaker, Brussels. Ca 1545. Detail

Background imageTunis Collection: A public letter-writer in Tunis (engraving)

A public letter-writer in Tunis (engraving)
7160993 A public letter-writer in Tunis (engraving) by English School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: A public letter-writer in Tunis)

Background imageTunis Collection: The Bab-el-Bahr (litho)

The Bab-el-Bahr (litho)
7180354 The Bab-el-Bahr (litho) by Boot, William Henry James (1848-1918) (after); Private Collection; (add.info.: The Bab-el-Bahr)

Background imageTunis Collection: Flemish tapestry. Series The Conquest of Tunis; Review of the Troops at Barcelona

Flemish tapestry. Series The Conquest of Tunis; Review of the Troops at Barcelona
7208622 Flemish tapestry. Series The Conquest of Tunis; Review of the Troops at Barcelona (La revista de las tropas en Barcelona). Second tapestry in the series

Background imageTunis Collection: Flemish tapestry. Series The Conquest of Tunis. The Attack on La Goleta (Ataque a la Goleta)

Flemish tapestry. Series The Conquest of Tunis. The Attack on La Goleta (Ataque a la Goleta)
7209358 Flemish tapestry. Series The Conquest of Tunis. The Attack on La Goleta (Ataque a la Goleta). Fourth tapestry in the series. Model Jan Vermeyen and Pieter Coecke van Aelst. 1543-1548

Background imageTunis Collection: Flemish tapestry. Series The Conquest of Tunis; Review of the Troops at Barcelona

Flemish tapestry. Series The Conquest of Tunis; Review of the Troops at Barcelona
7209349 Flemish tapestry. Series The Conquest of Tunis; Review of the Troops at Barcelona (La revista de las tropas en Barcelona). Second tapestry in the series

Background imageTunis Collection: Rich Jewess of Tunis (engraving)

Rich Jewess of Tunis (engraving)
7181298 Rich Jewess of Tunis (engraving) by English School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Rich Jewess of Tunis)

Background imageTunis Collection: Flemish tapestry. Series The conquest of Tunis: The plunder of Tunis (De plundering van Tunis)

Flemish tapestry. Series The conquest of Tunis: The plunder of Tunis (De plundering van Tunis)
7208364 Flemish tapestry. Series The conquest of Tunis: The plunder of Tunis (De plundering van Tunis). Cartoonist Jan Cornelisz Vermeyen. Atelier Willem de Pannemaker, Brussels. Ca 1545. Detail

Background imageTunis Collection: Inauguration of the port of Tunis, in the presence of French ministers Raymond Poincare

Inauguration of the port of Tunis, in the presence of French ministers Raymond Poincare
LSE4323769 Inauguration of the port of Tunis, in the presence of French ministers Raymond Poincare (1860-1934) and Eugene Guerin (1849-1929). Engraving in " Le petit journal" 10/06/1893

Background imageTunis Collection: The death of Saint Louis (Louis IX) (1214 / 1215-1270) in Tunis

The death of Saint Louis (Louis IX) (1214 / 1215-1270) in Tunis
XEE4407165 The death of Saint Louis (Louis IX) (1214/1215-1270) in Tunis. Chromolithography of the late 19th century by French School

Background imageTunis Collection: Death of Saint Louis in Tunis on 25 August 1270. miniature from the manuscript '

Death of Saint Louis in Tunis on 25 August 1270. miniature from the manuscript "
JLJ4660932 Death of Saint Louis in Tunis on 25 August 1270. miniature from the manuscript " Life and Miracles of Saint Louis" (Page 277)

Background imageTunis Collection: Views of Tunis (Tunes) and Mahdia (Aphrodisium) in Tunisia

Views of Tunis (Tunes) and Mahdia (Aphrodisium) in Tunisia
LRI4707713 Views of Tunis (Tunes) and Mahdia (Aphrodisium) in Tunisia, and Penon de Velez de la Gomera or Badis (Bades) (Penon de Veles), penon de Veles, disputed between Spain and Morocco (etching)

Background imageTunis Collection: North Africa with siege of Tunis and Nile delta (engraving, 1596)

North Africa with siege of Tunis and Nile delta (engraving, 1596)
LRI4718587 North Africa with siege of Tunis and Nile delta (engraving, 1596) by Mercator, Gerardus (1512-94); Private Collection; (add.info.: Barbaria)

Background imageTunis Collection: 8th Crusade: The death of Saint Louis (Louis IX) (1214 / 1215-1270

8th Crusade: The death of Saint Louis (Louis IX) (1214 / 1215-1270
JLJ4648631 8th Crusade: The death of Saint Louis (Louis IX) (1214/1215-1270) from the plague in Tunis. Miniature taken from " Le livre des faits de Monseigneur Saint Louis" 15th century

Background imageTunis Collection: The population of Tunisia in the 19th century - Saturday evening in a Jewish family in

The population of Tunisia in the 19th century - Saturday evening in a Jewish family in
XEE4153651 The population of Tunisia in the 19th century - Saturday evening in a Jewish family in Tunis - engraving by Castelli in " journal des voyages" 1884 by Unknown Artist

Background imageTunis Collection: Woman of Djerba - in 'Tunis et ses environs'by Charles Lallemand

Woman of Djerba - in "Tunis et ses environs"by Charles Lallemand
LSE4109321 Woman of Djerba - in " Tunis et ses environs" by Charles Lallemand, 1890, Paris Quentin by French School



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Tunis Collection

Tunis is the capital of Tunisia, located in North Africa, and is a vibrant city with a rich history and culture. The city has been an important trading port since ancient times and was once part of the Roman Empire. Today, a modern metropolis with many attractions for visitors to enjoy. These include its bustling souks, grand mosques, and colorful markets selling traditional crafts and goods. It also offers plenty of outdoor activities such as hiking in the nearby mountains or exploring its many beaches along the Mediterranean Sea. With its unique blend of old-world charm and modern amenities, Tunis is sure to provide an unforgettable experience for any traveler.
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What are Tunis (Tunisia Africa) art prints?

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