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Lebanon Heritage Sites Collection

Lebanon is home to a number of heritage sites, many of which are recognized by UNESCO as World Heritage Sites

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Lebanon Heritage Sites Collection: Anjar

Anjar Collection
12 Items

Lebanon Heritage Sites Collection: Baalbek

Baalbek Collection
256 Items

Lebanon Heritage Sites Collection: Byblos

Byblos Collection
43 Items

Background imageLebanon Heritage Sites Collection: Ouadi Qadisha (the Holy Valley) and the Forest of the Cedars of God (Horsh Arz el-Rab)

Ouadi Qadisha (the Holy Valley) and the Forest of the Cedars of God (Horsh Arz el-Rab)
Cous du Kadisha, Monte Libon, 1860s-80s, printed ca. 1870. Creator: Felix Bonfils

Lebanon Heritage Sites Collection: Tyre

Tyre Collection
69 Items

Background imageLebanon Heritage Sites 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 imageLebanon Heritage Sites Collection: Lebanon, Byblos, Harbour

Lebanon, Byblos, Harbour

Background imageLebanon Heritage Sites 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 imageLebanon Heritage Sites Collection: Map of ancient Palestine kingdoms of Judah and Israel

Map of ancient Palestine kingdoms of Judah and Israel
Map of Phoenicia and Judea in the time of King Solomon, 10th century BC. Hand-colored woodcut of a 19th-century illustration

Background imageLebanon Heritage Sites Collection: Harbour, Byblos, Nr

Harbour, Byblos, Nr. Beirut, Beirut, Lebanon

Background imageLebanon Heritage Sites Collection: Byblos, Lebanon

Byblos, Lebanon, Middle East

Background imageLebanon Heritage Sites Collection: Ancient Phoenician traders in port

Ancient Phoenician traders in port
Phoenician sailors trading goods in an ancient Mediterranean seaport. Hand-colored woodcut of a 19th-century illustration

Background imageLebanon Heritage Sites Collection: Cedars of Lebanon for Solomons Temple

Cedars of Lebanon for Solomons Temple
Solomons servants hewing the cedars of Lebanon to build the temple in Jerusalem. Hand-colored woodcut of a 19th-century illustration

Background imageLebanon Heritage Sites 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 imageLebanon Heritage Sites Collection: Baby sea turtles crawl to the sea at a seashore in El-Mansouri village

Baby sea turtles crawl to the sea at a seashore in El-Mansouri village, near the southern city of Tyre, Lebanon July 24, 2017. Picture taken July 24, 2017. REUTERS/Jamal Saidi TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY

Background imageLebanon Heritage Sites 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 imageLebanon Heritage Sites Collection: LEBANON. BIQA. Baalbek. Temple of Jupiter (60

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

Background imageLebanon Heritage Sites Collection: Lebanon, Byblos, Harbour

Lebanon, Byblos, Harbour

Background imageLebanon Heritage Sites 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 imageLebanon Heritage Sites Collection: Civilization of Antiquity: Alexander The Great at the head of the Greek army built a

Civilization of Antiquity: Alexander The Great at the head of the Greek army built a surevevevevevee during the siege
NWI4910687 Civilization of Antiquity: Alexander The Great at the head of the Greek army built a surevevevevevee during the siege of Tyre, Lebanon, 332 BC

Background imageLebanon Heritage Sites 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 imageLebanon Heritage Sites Collection: Map of Palestine, circa 1800

Map of Palestine, circa 1800. From Gaza and Ashkelon in the south to Tyre and Sidon (Lebanon) in the north. La Palestina. Handcoloured copperplate engraving after Giulio Ferrario in his Costumes

Background imageLebanon Heritage Sites 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 imageLebanon Heritage Sites 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 imageLebanon Heritage Sites 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 imageLebanon Heritage Sites Collection: Plan of the Island Tyre (engraving)

Plan of the Island Tyre (engraving)
8632834 Plan of the Island Tyre (engraving) by English School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Plan of the Island Tyre)

Background imageLebanon Heritage Sites Collection: The Tyre of Alexander's Time (engraving)

The Tyre of Alexander's Time (engraving)
8632830 The Tyre of Alexander's Time (engraving) by English School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: The Tyre of Alexander's Time)

Background imageLebanon Heritage Sites 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 imageLebanon Heritage Sites Collection: Map of Phenicia and the Kingdom of Judee under King Solomon, 10th century BC (Old Testament)

Map of Phenicia and the Kingdom of Judee under King Solomon, 10th century BC (Old Testament)
NWI4856509 Map of Phenicia and the Kingdom of Judee under King Solomon, 10th century BC (Old Testament). The following territories are represented: Holy Land, Palestine, Gaza Strip, Lebanon, Syria

Background imageLebanon Heritage Sites Collection: The Phoenician alphabet developed from the Proto-Canaanite alphabet, during the 15th century BC

The Phoenician alphabet developed from the Proto-Canaanite alphabet, during the 15th century BC
529061 The Phoenician alphabet developed from the Proto-Canaanite alphabet, during the 15th century BC. Before then the Phoenicians wrote with a cuneiform script

Background imageLebanon Heritage Sites 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 imageLebanon Heritage Sites Collection: The assault of a castle - Assault on a castle. Illustration on ' Gran Conquista de Ultramar'

The assault of a castle - Assault on a castle. Illustration on " Gran Conquista de Ultramar". 1291-95
CUL4867576 The assault of a castle - Assault on a castle. Illustration on " Gran Conquista de Ultramar". 1291-95

Background imageLebanon Heritage Sites Collection: A Palestine sunbird eats the nectar of flowers as a bee flies over at Orange House garden

A Palestine sunbird eats the nectar of flowers as a bee flies over at Orange House garden in El-Mansouri village, near Tyre, Lebanon, Lebanon July 29, 2018. Picture taken July 29, 2018

Background imageLebanon Heritage Sites Collection: The entrance to a house is pictured in the old city of Tyre

The entrance to a house is pictured in the old city of Tyre, southern Lebanon November 12, 2016. REUTERS/Ali Hashisho - S1BEUMKDWEAB

Background imageLebanon Heritage Sites Collection: Lebanon, Tyre, Al Bass UNESCO site, Colonnaded Street and Roman Triumphal Arch

Lebanon, Tyre, Al Bass UNESCO site, Colonnaded Street and Roman Triumphal Arch

Background imageLebanon Heritage Sites Collection: Lebanon, Baalbek, Temple of Venus

Lebanon, Baalbek, Temple of Venus

Background imageLebanon Heritage Sites 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 imageLebanon Heritage Sites Collection: A1 Grand Prix

A1 Grand Prix
A1 Team Lebanon watch practice unfold on their screen. A1 Grand Prix, Rd10, Practice Day, Laguna Seca, Monterey, USA, 10 March 2006. DIGITAL IMAGE

Background imageLebanon Heritage Sites Collection: A1 Grand Prix

A1 Grand Prix
Graham Rahal (LIB) A1 Team Lebanon. A1 Grand Prix, Rd10, Qualifying Day, Laguna Seca, Monterey, USA, 11 March 2006. DIGITAL IMAGE

Background imageLebanon Heritage Sites Collection: Indian princess having her hair done, 18th century

Indian princess having her hair done, 18th century. A princess smokes a hookah pipe while maids fix her hair, hold a mirror and play music. In a courtyard with pond, fountains and garden

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

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

Background imageLebanon Heritage Sites 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 imageLebanon Heritage Sites Collection: Lebanon, Baalbek, Temple of Bacchus

Lebanon, Baalbek, Temple of Bacchus

Background imageLebanon Heritage Sites Collection: Lebanon, Baalbek, Roman Ruins

Lebanon, Baalbek, Roman Ruins

Background imageLebanon Heritage Sites Collection: Lebanon, Byblos, archaeological site, Crusader Castle

Lebanon, Byblos, archaeological site, Crusader Castle

Background imageLebanon Heritage Sites Collection: Lebanon, Baalbek, Temple of Jupiter

Lebanon, Baalbek, Temple of Jupiter

Background imageLebanon Heritage Sites Collection: Lebanon, Tyre, Al Bass UNESCO site, Colonnaded Street and Roman Triumphal Arch

Lebanon, Tyre, Al Bass UNESCO site, Colonnaded Street and Roman Triumphal Arch



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Lebanon Heritage Sites Collection

Lebanon is home to a number of heritage sites, many of which are recognized by UNESCO as World Heritage Sites. These sites include the ancient city of Byblos, the Temple of Eshmun, and Baalbek. Byblos is one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world and has been inhabited since at least 5000 BC. The Temple of Eshmun is an ancient Phoenician temple dedicated to the god Eshmun. Finally, Baalbek is an archaeological site that was once part of a larger Roman city known as Heliopolis. It contains some impressive ruins including temples dedicated to Jupiter and Bacchus. All three sites are important cultural landmarks in Lebanon and provide insight into its rich history and culture.
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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 Lebanon Heritage Sites collection is a series of wall art and framed prints available through Media Storehouse. Our collection features stunning photographs of various heritage sites located in Lebanon, showcasing the country's rich history and culture. From ancient ruins to religious landmarks, each print captures the beauty and significance of these important locations. Some notable sites featured in our collection include the Temple of Bacchus at Baalbek, one of the best-preserved Roman temples in existence; Byblos Castle, a Crusader-era fortress overlooking the Mediterranean Sea; and Jeita Grotto, a network of limestone caves with underground rivers and waterfalls. Whether you're looking to add some cultural flair to your home or office decor or simply appreciate beautiful photography, our collection offers something for everyone. Each print is carefully crafted using high-quality materials to ensure that it will last for years to come.
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What are Lebanon Heritage Sites (Lebanon Asia) art prints?

Lebanon Heritage Sites art prints are a collection of high-quality images showcasing the country's rich cultural and historical heritage. These prints feature stunning photographs of ancient ruins, historic landmarks, traditional architecture, and natural wonders that have been carefully preserved over time. Each print captures the essence of Lebanon's unique identity and serves as a testament to its enduring legacy. These art prints are perfect for anyone who wants to celebrate Lebanon's rich history or add a touch of elegance to their home or office decor. They make great gifts for friends and family members who appreciate fine art and culture. Whether you're looking for something bold and dramatic or subtle and understated, there is sure to be a Lebanon Heritage Sites art print that will suit your taste. These beautiful prints offer an opportunity to explore the beauty of Lebanon from afar while preserving its cultural heritage through artistic expression.
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What Lebanon Heritage Sites (Lebanon Asia) art prints can I buy from Media Storehouse?

We offer a wide range of Lebanon Heritage Sites art prints that are perfect for those who appreciate the rich cultural heritage of this beautiful country. Some of the popular sites include the ancient city of Byblos, which is one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world and boasts impressive ruins such as its Crusader Castle and Roman Amphitheatre. Another must-see site is Baalbek, an ancient Phoenician city that features some of the most well-preserved Roman temples in existence today. Other notable heritage sites available as art prints from Media Storehouse include Tyre's Hippodrome, Beiteddine Palace, Jeita Grotto, and many more. These high-quality prints are perfect for adding a touch of elegance to any home or office space while also celebrating Lebanon's rich history and culture. Whether you're looking for a unique gift or simply want to decorate your own space with stunning artwork, we have something to suit every taste and budget.
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How do I buy Lebanon Heritage Sites (Lebanon Asia) art prints?

To purchase Lebanon Heritage Sites art prints from Media Storehouse, you can browse our collection online and select the print(s) you wish to buy. Once you have made your selection, add the item(s) to your cart and proceed to checkout. At this point, you will be prompted to enter your shipping information and payment details. We offer a range of payment options including credit card, PayPal, and Apple Pay. Once your order has been placed, it will be processed by their team and shipped directly to your chosen address. It is important to note that all artwork sold by Media Storehouse is for personal use only and cannot be used for commercial purposes without prior permission. Additionally, we offer a variety of framing options but do not currently offer acrylic prints. Purchasing Lebanon Heritage Sites art prints from Media Storehouse is a simple process that can be completed entirely online with just a few clicks of a button.
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How much do Lebanon Heritage Sites (Lebanon Asia) art prints cost?

We offer a wide range of Lebanon Heritage Sites art prints that are available for purchase. The cost of these prints may vary depending on the size and type of print you choose. Our collection includes various options such as canvas prints, framed prints, photographic prints, and more. We take pride in offering high-quality art prints that showcase the beauty and cultural significance of Lebanon's heritage sites. Each print is carefully crafted to capture the essence of its subject matter while maintaining exceptional quality standards. Our Lebanon Heritage Sites art prints make excellent additions to any home or office decor. They also serve as unique gifts for friends and family who appreciate fine art and culture. We strive to provide our customers with affordable yet premium-quality products that meet their needs and exceed their expectations.
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How will my Lebanon Heritage Sites (Lebanon Asia) art prints be delivered to me?

We take great care in ensuring that your Lebanon Heritage Sites art prints are delivered to you safely and securely. Once you have placed your order with us, our team will carefully package your print using high-quality materials to protect it during transit. We use trusted courier services for all of our deliveries, so you can be sure that your print will arrive on time and in perfect condition. You will receive a tracking number once your order has been dispatched, allowing you to keep an eye on its progress as it makes its way to you. When your print arrives, simply unpack it and enjoy the stunning beauty of Lebanon's heritage sites captured in exquisite detail. Whether you choose to display it in a frame or hang it directly on the wall, we're confident that this piece of artwork will bring joy and inspiration into your home or office for years to come.