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Baalbek is a city in Lebanon, located in the Beqaa Valley of the eastern Mediterranean, and is one of the oldest cities in the world

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Background imageBaalbek Collection: LEBANON. BIQA. Baalbek. Temple of Jupiter (60

LEBANON. BIQA. Baalbek. Temple of Jupiter (60 AD). Roman art. Early Empire. Architecture

Background imageBaalbek Collection: Ruins Of Baalbek, Lebanon, As Seen In The 19Th Century. From El Mundo En La Mano Published 1875

Ruins Of Baalbek, Lebanon, As Seen In The 19Th Century. From El Mundo En La Mano Published 1875

Background imageBaalbek Collection: Baalbek Temples Bacchus Jupiter sunset 1936 Lebanon

Baalbek Temples Bacchus Jupiter sunset 1936 Lebanon
Baalbek. Temples of Bacchus & Jupiter at sunset. 1936, Lebanon, Ba╩╗labakk

Background imageBaalbek Collection: Ruins At Baalbek

Ruins At Baalbek
November 1957: The remaining columns of the Temple of Jupiter (foreground) and the Temple of Bacchus at Baalbek (ancient Heliopolis). (Photo by Central Press/Getty Images)

Background imageBaalbek Collection: Baalbek (Libanon), Roman Temple of Venus, wood engraving, published 1855

Baalbek (Libanon), Roman Temple of Venus, wood engraving, published 1855
Baalbek (Libanon), Roman Temple of Venus (1st half of 3rd century AD). The temple is an example of Severan Baroque style. Wood engraving, published in 1855

Background imageBaalbek Collection: Baalbek - The Acropolis

Baalbek - The Acropolis
The Lebanese archaeological site of Baalbek (ancient Heliopolis), which features some of the finest and best preserved Roman remains in the Middle East

Background imageBaalbek Collection: Ruins Of Baalbek, Lebanon, As Seen In The 19Th Century. From El Mundo En La Mano Published 1875

Ruins Of Baalbek, Lebanon, As Seen In The 19Th Century. From El Mundo En La Mano Published 1875 ©UIG/Leemage
UIG5420646 Ruins Of Baalbek, Lebanon, As Seen In The 19Th Century. From El Mundo En La Mano Published 1875 ©UIG/Leemage

Background imageBaalbek Collection: French 19th century. illustration. showing Saint Barbara. known in the Eastern Orthodox Church as

French 19th century. illustration. showing Saint Barbara. known in the Eastern Orthodox Church as the Great Martyr
5306126 French 19th century. illustration. showing Saint Barbara. known in the Eastern Orthodox Church as the Great Martyr Barbara; (add.info.: French 19th century. illustration)

Background imageBaalbek Collection: Ruins of Temple, Baalbek, Lebanon, by Felix Bonfils, 1880 (b/w photo)

Ruins of Temple, Baalbek, Lebanon, by Felix Bonfils, 1880 (b/w photo)
3964086 Ruins of Temple, Baalbek, Lebanon, by Felix Bonfils, 1880 (b/w photo); Private Collection

Background imageBaalbek Collection: Ruins of Baalbek, Lebanon, as seen in the 19th century

Ruins of Baalbek, Lebanon, as seen in the 19th century
476124 Ruins of Baalbek, Lebanon, as seen in the 19th century.; Private Collection; (add.info.: From El Mundo en la Mano published 1875.)

Background imageBaalbek Collection: The French essayist, novelist and politician, Maurice BARRES (1862-1923)

The French essayist, novelist and politician, Maurice BARRES (1862-1923) in company of Michel Alom visits the relic of
1744151 The French essayist, novelist and politician, Maurice BARRES (1862-1923) in company of Michel Alom visits the relic of the Greek city of Baalbek in Lebanon

Background imageBaalbek Collection: The ruins of the Temple of the Sun, in Baalbek, ancient Heliopolis

The ruins of the Temple of the Sun, in Baalbek, ancient Heliopolis
3568330 The ruins of the Temple of the Sun, in Baalbek, ancient Heliopolis.; (add.info.: Baalbek, Lebanon 1890 - 1910 ca. Date of Artwork: 150 - 210 ca. Photographer: P.Z)

Background imageBaalbek Collection: Lebanon, Baalbek, Temple of Venus

Lebanon, Baalbek, Temple of Venus

Background imageBaalbek Collection: Vuie General De Balbek, Syrie #438, Printed c.1870. Creator: Felix Bonfils

Vuie General De Balbek, Syrie #438, Printed c.1870. Creator: Felix Bonfils
Vuie General De Balbek, Syrie #438, Printed c.1870

Background imageBaalbek Collection: The arch of Laodicea in Syria, near Latakia

The arch of Laodicea in Syria, near Latakia
View of the ruins of the hexagonal court in the Heliopolis, Temple of Baalbek, Beqaa Valley, Lebanon. Mistakenly labeled Arco di Laodicea

Background imageBaalbek Collection: Vue du Temple de Jupiter, a Baalbek (Heliopolis), September 15, 1850

Vue du Temple de Jupiter, a Baalbek (Heliopolis), September 15, 1850

Background imageBaalbek Collection: A window with broken glass overlooks the Lebanese-Syrian border as seen from a Lebanese

A window with broken glass overlooks the Lebanese-Syrian border as seen from a Lebanese military post, near the site of an ambush where gunmen killed at least six Lebanese soldiers

Background imageBaalbek Collection: Lebanon, Baalbek, Temple of Bacchus

Lebanon, Baalbek, Temple of Bacchus

Background imageBaalbek Collection: Lebanon, Baalbek, Roman Ruins

Lebanon, Baalbek, Roman Ruins

Background imageBaalbek Collection: Lebanon, Baalbek, Temple of Jupiter

Lebanon, Baalbek, Temple of Jupiter

Background imageBaalbek Collection: Ruins of the frieze and sculpted lione from the Temple of Jupiter, or Temple of the Sun

Ruins of the frieze and sculpted lione from the Temple of Jupiter, or Temple of the Sun, in the archeological zone of ancient Heliopolis, today Baalbek

Background imageBaalbek Collection: The temple of Jupiter also called the Sun in the archaeological site of Baalbek in Lebanon

The temple of Jupiter also called the Sun in the archaeological site of Baalbek in Lebanon Lebanon Baalbek Temple Antonine Period, Imperial Period, Roman Art, Europe, Ancient Civilization

Background imageBaalbek Collection: The ruins of the Temple of the Sun, in Baalbek, ancient Heliopolis

The ruins of the Temple of the Sun, in Baalbek, ancient Heliopolis. Lebanon Baalbek Temple Antonine Period, Imperial Period, Roman Art, Europe, Ancient Civilization

Background imageBaalbek Collection: Monumental remains of the Temple of the Sun in Baalbek in Lebanon

Monumental remains of the Temple of the Sun in Baalbek in Lebanon Lebanon Baalbek Temple Imperial Period, Roman Art, Europe, Ancient Civilization. Date of Photograph:1870 -1880 ca

Background imageBaalbek Collection: Ruins of a building in the archaeological site of Heliopolis in Lebanon

Ruins of a building in the archaeological site of Heliopolis in Lebanon Lebanon Baalbek Column Imperial Period, Roman Art, Europe, Ancient Civilization. Date of Photograph:1870 -1875 ca

Background imageBaalbek Collection: Interior of the Temple of the Sun in the archaeological site of Heliopolis in Lebanon

Interior of the Temple of the Sun in the archaeological site of Heliopolis in Lebanon Lebanon Baalbek Temple Imperial Period, Roman Art, Europe, Ancient Civilization

Background imageBaalbek Collection: Panorama of Baalbek in Lebanon. In the foreground, the low houses typical of the region

Panorama of Baalbek in Lebanon. In the foreground, the low houses typical of the region. In the background the ruins of the archaeological site of Heliopolis Lebanon Baalbek

Background imageBaalbek Collection: Ruins of the Temple of the Sun in Baalbek in Lebanon

Ruins of the Temple of the Sun in Baalbek in Lebanon Lebanon Baalbek Temple Imperial Period, Roman Art, Europe, Ancient Civilization. Date of Photograph:1870 -1875 ca.. Date of Artwork:II sec

Background imageBaalbek Collection: Close-up of the cyclopic walls of Baalbek in Lebanon

Close-up of the cyclopic walls of Baalbek in Lebanon Lebanon Baalbek Walls. Date of Photograph:1870 -1880 ca.. Date of Artwork:XI -VII sec. a.C

Background imageBaalbek Collection: Segment of trabeation decorated with friezes, detail of a monument in the archaeological site of

Segment of trabeation decorated with friezes, detail of a monument in the archaeological site of Heliopolis in Baalbek in Lebanon Lebanon Baalbek Frieze Imperial Period, Roman Art, Europe

Background imageBaalbek Collection: View of a funerary structure in Baalbek. It is octagonal in plan with eight large smooth columns

View of a funerary structure in Baalbek. It is octagonal in plan with eight large smooth columns, with an architrave and parts of the trabeation. At the top, lying down, a local boy

Background imageBaalbek Collection: View of the ruins of the Temple of the Sun in Baalbek, Lebanon

View of the ruins of the Temple of the Sun in Baalbek, Lebanon Lebanon Baalbek Temple Antonine Period, Imperial Period, Roman Art, Europe, Ancient Civilization. Date of Photograph:1940

Background imageBaalbek Collection: Baalbek Lebanon (print)

Baalbek Lebanon (print)
3793982 Baalbek Lebanon (print) by Perlberg, Friedrich (1848-1921); (add.info.: Baalbek, Lebanon. Illustration by Perlberg showing the ancient ruins of the Roman period when Baalbek was known as)

Background imageBaalbek Collection: Baalbek, View from the Acropolis to Lebanon (b / w photo)

Baalbek, View from the Acropolis to Lebanon (b / w photo)
5991157 Baalbek, View from the Acropolis to Lebanon (b/w photo) by Grober, Karl (1885-1945); Private Collection; (add.info.: Baalbek, View from the Acropolis to Lebanon)

Background imageBaalbek Collection: Ruins of Baalbek, Lebanon (engraving)

Ruins of Baalbek, Lebanon (engraving)
7172545 Ruins of Baalbek, Lebanon (engraving) by English School, (18th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Ruins of Baalbek, Lebanon)

Background imageBaalbek Collection: Temple De Jupiter aBaalbeck (Heliopolis, Interieur Du Naos;Syrie

Temple De Jupiter aBaalbeck (Heliopolis, Interieur Du Naos;Syrie
Temple De Jupiter a Baalbeck (Heliopolis, Interieur Du Naos; Syrie, 1849/51, printed 1852. A work made of salted paper print, plate 125 from the album " egypte, nubie)

Background imageBaalbek Collection: Baalbeck (Heliopolis), Temple Du Jupiter, Facade Occidentale;Syrie, 1849 / 51

Baalbeck (Heliopolis), Temple Du Jupiter, Facade Occidentale;Syrie, 1849 / 51
Baalbeck (Heliopolis), Temple Du Jupiter, Facade Occidentale; Syrie, 1849/51, printed 1852. A work made of salted paper print, plate 124 from the album " egypte, nubie

Background imageBaalbek Collection: Baalbeck (Heliopolis), Temple De Jupiter, Facade Orientale;Syrie, 1849 / 51

Baalbeck (Heliopolis), Temple De Jupiter, Facade Orientale;Syrie, 1849 / 51
Baalbeck (Heliopolis), Temple De Jupiter, Facade Orientale; Syrie, 1849/51, printed 1852. A work made of salted paper print, plate 123 from the album " egypte, nubie

Background imageBaalbek Collection: Baalbeck (Heliopolis), Hemicycle De L Enciente Des Temples Du Soleil Et De

Baalbeck (Heliopolis), Hemicycle De L Enciente Des Temples Du Soleil Et De Jupiter; Syrie, 1849/51, printed 1852. A work made of salted paper print, plate 120 from the album " egypte, nubie

Background imageBaalbek Collection: Baalbeck, Interieur De L Enceinte Des Temples Du Soleil Et De Jupiter;Syrie

Baalbeck, Interieur De L Enceinte Des Temples Du Soleil Et De Jupiter;Syrie
Baalbeck, Interieur De L Enceinte Des Temples Du Soleil Et De Jupiter; Syrie, 1849/51, printed 1852. A work made of salted paper print, plate 119 from the album " egypte, nubie

Background imageBaalbek Collection: Remains of the temple of Bacchus, 1st-2nd century

Remains of the temple of Bacchus, 1st-2nd century
LRI4732559 Remains of the temple of Bacchus, 1st-2nd century by Roman, (2nd century AD); Baalbek, Lebanon; (add.info.: Ancient Rome)

Background imageBaalbek Collection: The Ruins of the Smaller Temple at Baalbeck (oil on canvas)

The Ruins of the Smaller Temple at Baalbeck (oil on canvas)
CH139927 The Ruins of the Smaller Temple at Baalbeck (oil on canvas) by Roberts, David (1796-1864); 61.6x121.9 cm; Private Collection; Photo eChristies Images; Scottish, out of copyright

Background imageBaalbek Collection: The ruins of the Temple of Jupiter or the Sun, in the archeological zone of Heliopolis or Baalbek

The ruins of the Temple of Jupiter or the Sun, in the archeological zone of Heliopolis or Baalbek, ancient Syrian city
3566756 The ruins of the Temple of Jupiter or the Sun, in the archeological zone of Heliopolis or Baalbek, ancient Syrian city, now Lebanon by Bonfils, Felix (1831-1885); (add.info.: Baalbek)

Background imageBaalbek Collection: View of the temple of Jupiter in Baalbeck

View of the temple of Jupiter in Baalbeck
3619186 View of the temple of Jupiter in Baalbeck by Zais, Giuseppe (1709-84); Fondazione Cariplo, Milan, Lombardy, Italy; (add.info.: Milano, Fondazione Cariplo, Giuseppe Zais)

Background imageBaalbek Collection: Ruins of the ancient city of Ba albek (engraving)

Ruins of the ancient city of Ba albek (engraving)
5233504 Ruins of the ancient city of Ba albek (engraving) by English School, (18th century); Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imageBaalbek Collection: Qubba, ḳubba, kubbet and koubba, islamic tomb, Duris, Douris

Qubba, ḳubba, kubbet and koubba, islamic tomb, Duris, Douris
Vintage 19th century photograph: Qubba, ß©│ubba, kubbet and koubba, islamic tomb, Duris, Douris, Baalbek area, Lebanon

Background imageBaalbek Collection: Source of the Barada River at Baalbek, Baalbec, Lebanon

Source of the Barada River at Baalbek, Baalbec, Lebanon
Vintage 19th century photograph: source of the Barada River at Baalbek, Baalbec, Lebanon

Background imageBaalbek Collection: View inside the Acropolis, Baalbec, Baalbek, Lebanon

View inside the Acropolis, Baalbec, Baalbek, Lebanon
Vintage 19th century photograph: view inside the Acropolis, Baalbec, Baalbek, Lebanon



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Baalbek Collection

Baalbek is a city in Lebanon, located in the Beqaa Valley of the eastern Mediterranean, and is one of the oldest cities in the world, with evidence of settlement dating back to 9000 BC. The city is home to some of the most impressive ancient ruins in all of Asia. The most famous site is the Baalbek Temple Complex, which was built by Roman rulers and dedicated to Jupiter, Bacchus and Venus. It features three temples that are among the largest and best preserved Roman structures ever built. The complex also includes a large courtyard surrounded by colonnades and a monumental staircase leading up to an altar platform. Other important sites include two Hellenistic temples dedicated to Bacchus and Mercury as well as several other smaller ruins from various periods throughout history. Baalbek continues to be an important archaeological site today, attracting visitors from all over the world who come to marvel at its ancient wonders.
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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 Baalbek collection from Media Storehouse features a stunning array of wall art and framed prints that showcase the beauty and history of Lebanon's ancient city. Located in Asia, Baalbek is renowned for its impressive Roman ruins, including the Temple of Jupiter and the Temple of Bacchus. Our collection includes breathtaking photographs that capture the intricate details and grandeur of these architectural wonders, as well as other iconic landmarks such as the Heliopolis complex and the Great Court. The images are available in various sizes to suit different spaces, making it easy to add a touch of exotic elegance to any room. Whether you're an art enthusiast or simply looking for unique decor ideas, the Baalbek collection offers something truly special that will transport you to another time and place with every glance.
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What are Baalbek (Lebanon Asia) art prints?

Baalbek art prints are a collection of high-quality photographic images that capture the beauty and grandeur of the ancient city of Baalbek, located in Lebanon Asia. These prints showcase the intricate details and stunning architecture of this historic site, which is home to some of the most impressive Roman ruins in the world. The Baalbek art print collection includes a range of different styles and sizes to suit any taste or decor. From panoramic shots that capture the entire site, to close-up images that highlight specific features such as columns or statues, these prints offer a unique glimpse into one of history's most fascinating civilizations. Whether you're an art collector looking for something truly special, or simply someone who appreciates beautiful photography and rich cultural heritage, Baalbek art prints are sure to impress. So why not bring a piece of history into your home today with one of these stunning works?
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What Baalbek (Lebanon Asia) art prints can I buy from Media Storehouse?

We offer a wide range of Baalbek art prints that capture the beauty and history of this ancient city in Lebanon, Asia. You can choose from stunning photographs that showcase the impressive ruins of the Roman temples and other architectural wonders found in Baalbek. These images are available in various sizes to suit your preferences, whether you want a small print for your home or office or a larger one to make a statement on your wall. In addition to photographs, Media Storehouse also has an extensive collection of artwork inspired by Baalbek. From colorful paintings to intricate sketches, these pieces offer unique perspectives on the city's rich cultural heritage. Whether you're looking for something traditional or contemporary, there is sure to be a Baalbek art print at Media Storehouse that will catch your eye and add character to any space.
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We offer a wide range of Baalbek art prints that vary in price depending on the size and type of print you choose. Our collection includes high-quality posters, canvas prints, framed prints, and photographic prints featuring stunning images of this historic site located in Lebanon Asia. Each print is carefully crafted to capture the beauty and essence of Baalbek's ancient ruins and architecture. We understand that everyone has different preferences when it comes to art styles and budgets. That's why we have made sure to provide a variety of options for our customers to choose from. Whether you're looking for an affordable poster or a premium quality canvas print, we've got you covered. Our Baalbek art prints are perfect for adding character and charm to any room in your home or office. They also make great gifts for friends or family members who appreciate history and culture. So browse through our collection today and find the perfect piece that speaks to you.
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We take great care in delivering your Baalbek art prints to you. We use high-quality packaging materials and our team ensures that your print is carefully packaged to prevent any damage during transit. Your order will be shipped directly from our production facility to your chosen delivery address. We offer a range of shipping options for both domestic and international orders, so you can choose the option that best suits your needs. Our standard shipping service typically takes between 3-5 working days for domestic orders and up to 14 working days for international orders. Once your order has been dispatched, you will receive an email confirmation with tracking information so that you can track the progress of your shipment. If you have any questions or concerns about the delivery of your Baalbek art prints, please do not hesitate to contact us and we will be happy to assist you in any way possible.