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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: Arab fantasy performed feasts in Magniville, a new country recently founded in Tunisia

Arab fantasy performed feasts in Magniville, a new country recently founded in Tunisia (colour litho)
2814876 Arab fantasy performed feasts in Magniville, a new country recently founded in Tunisia (colour litho) by Beltrame

Background imageTunis Collection: Presentation of Horses to the Emperor of the French from the Bey of Tunis (engraving)

Presentation of Horses to the Emperor of the French from the Bey of Tunis (engraving)
2772859 Presentation of Horses to the Emperor of the French from the Bey of Tunis (engraving) by Janet, Gustave (b. 1829); Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imageTunis Collection: The marriage of the son of the Bey of Tunis (colour litho)

The marriage of the son of the Bey of Tunis (colour litho)
2795735 The marriage of the son of the Bey of Tunis (colour litho) by French School, (20th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: The marriage of the son of the Bey of Tunis)

Background imageTunis Collection: Investiture of the new Bey of Tunis (colour litho)

Investiture of the new Bey of Tunis (colour litho)
2782298 Investiture of the new Bey of Tunis (colour litho) by French School, (20th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Investiture of the new Bey of Tunis)

Background imageTunis Collection: View of Tunis (Tunes), Tunisia, with the fortress of Goulette (Guleta Arx

View of Tunis (Tunes), Tunisia, with the fortress of Goulette (Guleta Arx
LRI4707732 View of Tunis (Tunes), Tunisia, with the fortress of Goulette (Guleta Arx) which controls access to Lake Tunis and the new fortress (nova arx) in front of the city walls (etching)

Background imageTunis Collection: Eighth Crusade: 'La mort de Saint Louis au Tunis on 25 August 1270'

Eighth Crusade: "La mort de Saint Louis au Tunis on 25 August 1270"
LRI4666303 Eighth Crusade: " La mort de Saint Louis au Tunis on 25 August 1270" Miniature taken from " Les grandes Chronicles de France" by Jean Froissart (1337-1400)

Background imageTunis Collection: The French Expedition to Tunis, Outpost of Chasseurs D Afrique watching the Signal Fires of

The French Expedition to Tunis, Outpost of Chasseurs D Afrique watching the Signal Fires of the Khroumirs (engraving)
1590383 The French Expedition to Tunis, Outpost of Chasseurs D Afrique watching the Signal Fires of the Khroumirs (engraving) by Loye

Background imageTunis Collection: Bunch of white grapes, Roman mosaic (mosaic)

Bunch of white grapes, Roman mosaic (mosaic)
BAL67913 Bunch of white grapes, Roman mosaic (mosaic) by Roman; Musee du Bardo, Tunis, Tunisia; out of copyright

Background imageTunis Collection: Ulysses and the Sirens, from The Odyssey by Homer (mosaic)

Ulysses and the Sirens, from The Odyssey by Homer (mosaic)
BAL63061 Ulysses and the Sirens, from The Odyssey by Homer (mosaic) by Roman, (3rd century AD); Musee du Bardo, Tunis, Tunisia; out of copyright

Background imageTunis Collection: Ulysses and the Sirens (mosaic)

Ulysses and the Sirens (mosaic)
XIR160414 Ulysses and the Sirens (mosaic) by Roman, (3rd century AD); 130x344 cm; Musee du Bardo, Tunis, Tunisia; out of copyright

Background imageTunis Collection: Tunis (w / c on paper)

Tunis (w / c on paper)
BRN161511 Tunis (w/c on paper) by Pascin, Jules (1885-1930); The Barnes Foundation, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA; eBarnes Foundation; Bulgarian, out of copyright

Background imageTunis Collection: A Tunisian - in 'Tunis et ses environs'by Charles Lallemand, 1890

A Tunisian - in "Tunis et ses environs"by Charles Lallemand, 1890
LSE4109318 A Tunisian - - in " Tunis et ses environs" by Charles Lallemand, 1890, Paris, Quentin by French School

Background imageTunis Collection: Visit of the Bey of Tunis, Sidi Mohammed, to President Loubet

Visit of the Bey of Tunis, Sidi Mohammed, to President Loubet
LSE4311214 Visit of the Bey of Tunis, Sidi Mohammed, to President Loubet, a review of July 14 in Longchamp, in " Le petit Parisien", on the 24/07/1904 (engraving) by French School

Background imageTunis Collection: View of a cafe in La Marsa (Tunis), drawing by A. de Bar, to illustrate a trip to Tunis

View of a cafe in La Marsa (Tunis), drawing by A. de Bar, to illustrate a trip to Tunis
LSE4325399 View of a cafe in La Marsa (Tunis), drawing by A.de Bar, to illustrate a trip to Tunis, in 1859, by Amable Crapelet

Background imageTunis Collection: The Bey of Tunis taking the Oath to the Constitution in the Throne-Room at Bardo (engraving)

The Bey of Tunis taking the Oath to the Constitution in the Throne-Room at Bardo (engraving)
2773481 The Bey of Tunis taking the Oath to the Constitution in the Throne-Room at Bardo (engraving) by English School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imageTunis Collection: Italian Theatre, Tunis, Tunisia (b / w photo)

Italian Theatre, Tunis, Tunisia (b / w photo)
2776695 Italian Theatre, Tunis, Tunisia (b/w photo) by French Photographer, (20th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Italian Theatre, Tunis, Tunisia.); Look and Learn / Rosenberg Collection

Background imageTunis Collection: Mid-Lent carnival in Tunis (colour litho)

Mid-Lent carnival in Tunis (colour litho)
2819010 Mid-Lent carnival in Tunis (colour litho) by French School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Mid-Lent carnival in Tunis. La Mi-Careme a Tunis)

Background imageTunis Collection: The Conquest of Tunis in 1535, plate 7 from The Military Achievements of Emperor

The Conquest of Tunis in 1535, plate 7 from The Military Achievements of Emperor
BCC393561 The Conquest of Tunis in 1535, plate 7 from The Military Achievements of Emperor Charles V, engraved by Dirk Volkertsz Coornhert (1522-90), 1555 (engraving & etching) by Heemskerck

Background imageTunis Collection: The Medenine Garrison, southern Tunisia: return of a column of French Zouaves

The Medenine Garrison, southern Tunisia: return of a column of French Zouaves
GBW466613 The Medenine Garrison, southern Tunisia: return of a column of French Zouaves, exclusively from Alsace and Lorraine, from the border with Tripolitania, 20th March

Background imageTunis Collection: View of harbour (photo)

View of harbour (photo)
FFQ221747 View of harbour (photo) by Roman, (1st century AD); Carthage, Tunisia; eFrancis Farquhar; out of copyright

Background imageTunis Collection: The War in Tunis, Attack of Arab Cavalry on a French Square (engraving)

The War in Tunis, Attack of Arab Cavalry on a French Square (engraving)
1054832 The War in Tunis, Attack of Arab Cavalry on a French Square (engraving) by Woodville, Richard Caton II (1856-1927) (after); Private Collection; (add.info.: The War in Tunis)

Background imageTunis Collection: The French Occupation of Tunis, Native Character Sketches (litho)

The French Occupation of Tunis, Native Character Sketches (litho)
1036707 The French Occupation of Tunis, Native Character Sketches (litho) by French School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: The French Occupation of Tunis, Native Character Sketches)

Background imageTunis Collection: An Artists Tour in Algeria and Tunis, II (engraving)

An Artists Tour in Algeria and Tunis, II (engraving)
1060306 An Artists Tour in Algeria and Tunis, II (engraving) by English School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: An Artists Tour in Algeria and Tunis, II)

Background imageTunis Collection: City of Tunis (engraving)

City of Tunis (engraving)
1101094 City of Tunis (engraving) by English School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: City of Tunis. Illustration for The Illustrated London News)

Background imageTunis Collection: The Battle of Tunis or Lepanto (tapestry)

The Battle of Tunis or Lepanto (tapestry)
XIR212971 The Battle of Tunis or Lepanto (tapestry) by Flemish School, (16th century); Musee d Art et d Archeologie, Moulins

Background imageTunis Collection: Celebrating the best scholar 7, woman applying lead powder to her eyes 8

Celebrating the best scholar 7, woman applying lead powder to her eyes 8 and view of the city of Tunis 9
6337720 Celebrating the best scholar 7, woman applying lead powder to her eyes 8 and view of the city of Tunis 9 by English School, (19th century); (add.info.: Celebrating the best scholar 7)

Background imageTunis Collection: Mosaic work depicting the Summer Goddess (or Ceres, the Goddess of growing plants)

Mosaic work depicting the Summer Goddess (or Ceres, the Goddess of growing plants)
AIS5366557 Mosaic work depicting the Summer Goddess (or Ceres, the Goddess of growing plants), 3rd century BC (mosaic) by Roman, (3rd century BC); Musee du Bardo, Tunis

Background imageTunis Collection: Tunis Water-Carriers (engraving)

Tunis Water-Carriers (engraving)
1613183 Tunis Water-Carriers (engraving) by English School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Tunis Water-Carriers. Illustration for The Illustrated London News, 27 August 1864)

Background imageTunis Collection: A Moorish Bath at Tunis (engraving)

A Moorish Bath at Tunis (engraving)
1609499 A Moorish Bath at Tunis (engraving) by English School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: A Moorish Bath at Tunis. Illustration for The Illustrated London News, 24 April 1858)

Background imageTunis Collection: Palace of the Bey of Tunis (engraving)

Palace of the Bey of Tunis (engraving)
1620459 Palace of the Bey of Tunis (engraving) by English School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Palace of the Bey of Tunis)

Background imageTunis Collection: The French Occupation of Tunis (engraving)

The French Occupation of Tunis (engraving)
1590412 The French Occupation of Tunis (engraving) by English School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: The French Occupation of Tunis)

Background imageTunis Collection: Parc du Montsouris: the Palais du Bey in Tunis at the World Exhibition of 1867

Parc du Montsouris: the Palais du Bey in Tunis at the World Exhibition of 1867
LSE4083562 Parc du Montsouris: the Palais du Bey in Tunis at the World Exhibition of 1867. by French School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Parc du Montsouris)

Background imageTunis Collection: Sketches in the Ourghemma, Southern Tunis (engraving)

Sketches in the Ourghemma, Southern Tunis (engraving)
1624256 Sketches in the Ourghemma, Southern Tunis (engraving) by English School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Sketches in the Ourghemma, Southern Tunis)

Background imageTunis Collection: The War in Tunis, a French Column on the March (engraving)

The War in Tunis, a French Column on the March (engraving)
1623838 The War in Tunis, a French Column on the March (engraving) by English School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: The War in Tunis, a French Column on the March)

Background imageTunis Collection: The French Occupation of Tunis (engraving)

The French Occupation of Tunis (engraving)
1060516 The French Occupation of Tunis (engraving) by English School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: The French Occupation of Tunis)

Background imageTunis Collection: Ruins of the Coliseum at El Djem, near Tunis (engraving)

Ruins of the Coliseum at El Djem, near Tunis (engraving)
1105673 Ruins of the Coliseum at El Djem, near Tunis (engraving) by English School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Ruins of the Coliseum at El Djem, near Tunis)

Background imageTunis Collection: An Artists Tour in Algeria and Tunis, I (engraving)

An Artists Tour in Algeria and Tunis, I (engraving)
1060234 An Artists Tour in Algeria and Tunis, I (engraving) by English School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: An Artists Tour in Algeria and Tunis, I)

Background imageTunis Collection: The French Occupation of Tunis (engraving)

The French Occupation of Tunis (engraving)
1054681 The French Occupation of Tunis (engraving) by English School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: The French Occupation of Tunis)

Background imageTunis Collection: The Tomb of the Beys in Tunis (photo)

The Tomb of the Beys in Tunis (photo)
960119 The Tomb of the Beys in Tunis (photo) by French Photographer, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: The Tomb of the Beys in Tunis, Tunisia, published in the Figaro Illustre)

Background imageTunis Collection: The Capture of Carthage, 1539 (woodcut)

The Capture of Carthage, 1539 (woodcut)
942845 The Capture of Carthage, 1539 (woodcut) by Pencz, Georg (1500-50); Private Collection; Prismatic Pictures; German, out of copyright

Background imageTunis Collection: The Bey of Tunis (chromolitho)

The Bey of Tunis (chromolitho)
1094489 The Bey of Tunis (chromolitho) by French School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: The Bey of Tunis)

Background imageTunis Collection: Peacock, Detail of Mosaic - 4th century A. C. Bardo Museum, Tunis

Peacock, Detail of Mosaic - 4th century A. C. Bardo Museum, Tunis
LSE4417065 Peacock, Detail of Mosaic - 4th century A.C. Bardo Museum, Tunis by Roman; Musee du Bardo, Tunis, Tunisia; (add.info.: Peacock, Detail of Mosaic - 4th century A.C)

Background imageTunis Collection: Femmes et filles nomads - in 'Tunis et ses environs'

Femmes et filles nomads - in "Tunis et ses environs"
LSE4109317 Femmes et filles nomads - in " Tunis et ses environs" by Charles Lallemand, 1890, Paris Quentin by French School

Background imageTunis Collection: Muslim woman and girl, from Sousse - in 'Tunis et ses environs'

Muslim woman and girl, from Sousse - in "Tunis et ses environs"
LSE4109309 Muslim woman and girl, from Sousse - in " Tunis et ses environs" by Charles Lallemand, 1890, Paris Quentin by French School

Background imageTunis Collection: Carthage view of the Gulf of Tunis in a 17th century historical atlas

Carthage view of the Gulf of Tunis in a 17th century historical atlas
GIA4770285 Carthage view of the Gulf of Tunis in a 17th century historical atlas. by Unknown Artist, (17th century); Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imageTunis Collection: Tunis - Atlas of Abraham Ortelius, Antwerp, 1580

Tunis - Atlas of Abraham Ortelius, Antwerp, 1580
GIA4733535 Tunis - Atlas of Abraham Ortelius, Antwerp, 1580 by Ortelius, Abraham (1527-98); Private Collection; (add.info.: Tunis - Atlas of Abraham Ortelius, Antwerp)

Background imageTunis Collection: Les hotes de la France, Sidi Mohammed-En-Nasser, Bey de Tunis

Les hotes de la France, Sidi Mohammed-En-Nasser, Bey de Tunis
XEE4187646 Les hotes de la France, Sidi Mohammed-En-Nasser, Bey de Tunis. Portrait of Naceur Bey (Muhammad El Naceur Bey, Sidi Mohammed En Nasser, 1855-1922)

Background imageTunis Collection: Roman antiquite: 'banquet scene of the confraternity of the Amphitheatre'

Roman antiquite: "banquet scene of the confraternity of the Amphitheatre"
LRI4659141 Roman antiquite: " banquet scene of the confraternity of the Amphitheatre" Mosaic coming from El Djem (or Jem) in Tunisia. 3rd century AD. Dim



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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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Our beautiful pictures are available as Framed Prints, Photos, Wall Art and Photo Gifts

Media Storehouse offers a stunning collection of wall art and framed prints featuring the beautiful city of Tunis, located in Tunisia, Africa. Our collection showcases the vibrant culture and rich history of this ancient city through its architecture, landscapes, and people. From colorful souks to bustling streets filled with vendors selling their wares, these images capture the essence of Tunisian life. Our collection includes photographs taken by talented photographers who have captured the beauty of Tunis from different angles and perspectives. Each print is carefully crafted using high-quality materials that ensure longevity and durability. Whether you are looking for a statement piece to add to your home decor or an inspiring gift for someone special, our Tunis Collection has something for everyone. With its unique blend of traditional charm and modern sophistication, our collection is sure to impress anyone who appreciates fine art.
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What are Tunis (Tunisia Africa) art prints?

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