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Palaces in Greece and Europe are some of the most beautiful and historically significant buildings in the world

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Background imagePalaces Collection: EyeUbiquitous_20109882

EyeUbiquitous_20109882
Greece, Crete, Knossos, Dolphin fresco in the Queens Megaron, Knossos Palace

Background imagePalaces Collection: Hermes and the Infant Dionysus

Hermes and the Infant Dionysus
Antique illustration of a Hermes and the Infant Dionysus

Background imagePalaces Collection: Minoan art. Crete. Prince of the Lilies

Minoan art. Crete. Prince of the Lilies. Dated circa 1550 BC. Brings the Minoan belt and headdress made A?a?A?a?of lilies and peacock feathers. Fresco from the palace of Knossos

Background imagePalaces Collection: Fresco Three Minoan Women Knossos

Fresco Three Minoan Women Knossos
Minoan Fresco of the Ladies in Blue depicts the women in the open blouse that was typical in the later Minoan Culture. The fresco fragments were discovered during the excavation of a Minoan site in

Background imagePalaces Collection: The Blue Bird fresco from Knossos, 17th-14th century BC

The Blue Bird fresco from Knossos, 17th-14th century BC
The Blue Bird fresco from the Minoan royal palace at Knossos, now at the Archaeological Museum in Heracleion, 17th-14th century BC

Background imagePalaces Collection: Greece, Crete, Knossos Minoan Palace, Three Women frieze

Greece, Crete, Knossos Minoan Palace, Three Women frieze

Background imagePalaces Collection: Royal Wedding 1947

Royal Wedding 1947
A page from The Tatler entitled, Happiness was the Keynote with two photographs of the wedding day of Princess Elizabeth (Queen Elizabeth II) and Lieutenant Philip Mountbatten (Prince Philip)

Background imagePalaces Collection: Illustration of palace of Knossos

Illustration of palace of Knossos

Background imagePalaces Collection: The Queens bath. Knossos Palace dated to 2000 BC is considered to be Europes oldest City

The Queens bath. Knossos Palace dated to 2000 BC is considered to be Europes oldest City. Crete. Greece

Background imagePalaces Collection: Palace ruins at the Minoan archaeological site

Palace ruins at the Minoan archaeological site, Knossos, island of Crete, Greek Islands, Greece, Europe

Background imagePalaces Collection: A statue of Hercules and Cerberus

A statue of Hercules and Cerberus
Hercules is capturing Cerberus and completeing his twelfth labour. This is from the portal of the Michaelertrakt, Hofburg, Vienna

Background imagePalaces Collection: Scene of taurokathapsia, an acrobat leaping over the back of a charging bull

Scene of taurokathapsia, an acrobat leaping over the back of a charging bull
LRI4625720 Scene of taurokathapsia, an acrobat leaping over the back of a charging bull. 1700-1400 BC. (fresco) by Minoan, (2000-1400 BC); Archaeological Museum of Heraklion, Crete

Background imagePalaces Collection: The Saffron-Gatherer Fresco from Minoan Royal Palace, Knossos, Crete. c15th century BC

The Saffron-Gatherer Fresco from Minoan Royal Palace, Knossos, Crete. c15th century BC. At Archaeological Museum of Heraklion, Crete

Background imagePalaces Collection: Greek royal family outside the Palace on Corfu. August 1967

Greek royal family outside the Palace on Corfu. August 1967

Background imagePalaces Collection: In Her Wedding Gown - Princess Marina of Greece

In Her Wedding Gown - Princess Marina of Greece

Background imagePalaces Collection: Royal Wedding 1934 - brides dress and Trent Park

Royal Wedding 1934 - brides dress and Trent Park
Page from the Illustrated London News showing the wedding dress of Princess Marina of Greece on display alongside the wedding presents at St. Jamess Palace

Background imagePalaces Collection: Priest-King fresco from Knossos

Priest-King fresco from Knossos
Priest-King fresco from the Minoan palace at Knossos, from the Archaeological Museum of Heraclion, Crete

Background imagePalaces Collection: Acrobat. Minoian art

Acrobat. Minoian art
Acrobat. 16th c. BC. Minoan art / Cretan art. Sculpture on ivory. GREECE. CRETE. IRAKLION. Iraklion. Archaeological Museum. Proc: GREECE. CRETE. IRAKLION. Knossos. Knossos Palace

Background imagePalaces Collection: Venus (Venere Italica), 1810 (marble sculpture)

Venus (Venere Italica), 1810 (marble sculpture)
LRI4594082 Venus (Venere Italica), 1810 (marble sculpture) by Canova, Antonio (1757-1822); Palatine Gallery, Pitti Palace, Florence; (add.info.: Venere Italica (Venus) - Marble statue (h)

Background imagePalaces Collection: Bull-Leaping (from the Palace Complex of Knossos). Artist: Bronze Age culture

Bull-Leaping (from the Palace Complex of Knossos). Artist: Bronze Age culture
Bull-Leaping (from the Palace Complex of Knossos). Found in the collection of Heraklion Archaeological Museum, Crete

Background imagePalaces Collection: Yard in the Palace of the Grand Master, the Medieval Old Town of the City of Rhodes

Yard in the Palace of the Grand Master, the Medieval Old Town of the City of Rhodes, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Rhodes, Dodecanese Islands, Greek Islands, Greece, Europe

Background imagePalaces Collection: Princess Elizabeths Wedding - Procession - Admiralty Arch

Princess Elizabeths Wedding - Procession - Admiralty Arch
The marriage of Princess Elizabeth (future Queen Elizabeth II) to Prince Philip of Greece on 20th November 1947. The wedding procession en route to Westminster Abbey from Buckingham Palace

Background imagePalaces Collection: THE ACROPOLIS, MYCENAE

THE ACROPOLIS, MYCENAE
A general view of the Acropolis at Mycenae. The primary remains at the site are the walls and tombs. The Palace has been almost totally destroyed over time

Background imagePalaces Collection: View from Achilleon Palace

View from Achilleon Palace, Corfu, Ionian islands, Greece, Europe

Background imagePalaces Collection: Painting of the restored Taureador Fresco from the Palace of Minos at Knossos

Painting of the restored Taureador Fresco from the Palace of Minos at Knossos (Evans Fresco Drawing N/4)
7310000 Painting of the restored Taureador Fresco from the Palace of Minos at Knossos (Evans Fresco Drawing N/4), 1900-50 (paper, pigment) by Gillieron

Background imagePalaces Collection: Map of Knossos buildings surrounding the Palace, circa 1903

Map of Knossos buildings surrounding the Palace, circa 1903
7310021 Map of Knossos buildings surrounding the Palace, circa 1903 by Fyfe, Theodore (1875-1945); 31x100 cm; Ashmolean Museum, University of Oxford

Background imagePalaces Collection: Landscape with Psyche outside the Palace of Cupid (The Enchanted Castle), 1664

Landscape with Psyche outside the Palace of Cupid (The Enchanted Castle), 1664. Artist: Lorrain, Claude (1600-1682)
Landscape with Psyche outside the Palace of Cupid (The Enchanted Castle), 1664. Found in the collection of the National Gallery, London

Background imagePalaces Collection: Palace ruins at Knossos

Palace ruins at Knossos, Crete, Greece

Background imagePalaces Collection: The Pantheon and its fountain at dusk, Rome, Italy

The Pantheon and its fountain at dusk, Rome, Italy

Background imagePalaces Collection: Cup-Bearer Fresco In The South Propylon, The Minoan Palace Of Knossos, Knossos, Heraklion

Cup-Bearer Fresco In The South Propylon, The Minoan Palace Of Knossos, Knossos, Heraklion, Crete, Greek Islands, Greece, Europe

Background imagePalaces Collection: Bacchus makes his triumphal entry into Thebes, 1650-52 (wall tempera painting)

Bacchus makes his triumphal entry into Thebes, 1650-52 (wall tempera painting)
8683557 Bacchus makes his triumphal entry into Thebes, 1650-52 (wall tempera painting) by Boulanger, Jean (1606-c.1680); Palazzo Ducale Estense, Sassuolo, Emilia Romagna, Italy; (add.info.: Sassuolo)

Background imagePalaces Collection: The death of Priam by the hand of Pyrrhus, , 14th century (fresco)

The death of Priam by the hand of Pyrrhus, , 14th century (fresco)
8683312 The death of Priam by the hand of Pyrrhus, , 14th century (fresco) by Bindoccio, Cristoforo di & Piero, Meo di (14th century)

Background imagePalaces Collection: Aristotle, Aristotle, 384 BC Chr. 322 BC BC

Aristotle, Aristotle, 384 BC Chr. 322 BC BC
7278158 Aristotle, Aristotle, 384 BC Chr. 322 BC BC; Private Collection; (add.info.: Aristotle, Aristotle, 384 BC Chr. 322 BC BC)

Background imagePalaces Collection: Greece, Crete, Candia: English sector, archeological site, Knossos Palace, ancient Cretan ruins

Greece, Crete, Candia: English sector, archeological site, Knossos Palace, ancient Cretan ruins, 1908
LUX4763028 Greece, Crete, Candia: English sector, archeological site, Knossos Palace, ancient Cretan ruins, 1908; (add.info.: Greece, Crete, Candia: English sector, archeological site)

Background imagePalaces Collection: Myths and legends: Statue of the goddess Athena from the garden of the Palace of Versailles, France

Myths and legends: Statue of the goddess Athena from the garden of the Palace of Versailles, France
NWI4931113 Myths and legends: Statue of the goddess Athena from the garden of the Palace of Versailles, France; (add.info.: Myths and legends)

Background imagePalaces Collection: Alexander The Great assenting to set fire to the ancient palace of the Persian kings in Persepolis

Alexander The Great assenting to set fire to the ancient palace of the Persian kings in Persepolis in 330BC
3039808 Alexander The Great assenting to set fire to the ancient palace of the Persian kings in Persepolis in 330BC. Alexander III of Macedon, 356 BC - 323 BC, aka Alexander the Great

Background imagePalaces Collection: Odysseus in the palace of Circe (engraving)

Odysseus in the palace of Circe (engraving)
8634988 Odysseus in the palace of Circe (engraving) by German School, (19th century) (after); Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imagePalaces Collection: Greece, Candie, Heraklion, Heraklion, CR, Candie, Heraklion, Heraklion: Archaeological site

Greece, Candie, Heraklion, Heraklion, CR, Candie, Heraklion, Heraklion: Archaeological site, Palace of Cnossos
LUX4763551 Greece, Candie, Heraklion, Heraklion, CR, Candie, Heraklion, Heraklion: Archaeological site, Palace of Cnossos, Knossos, 1908; (add.info.: Greece, Candie, Heraklion, Heraklion, CR, Candie)

Background imagePalaces Collection: The Wheel of Aristotle with the cardinal virtues, 14th century (fresco)

The Wheel of Aristotle with the cardinal virtues, 14th century (fresco)
8683307 The Wheel of Aristotle with the cardinal virtues, 14th century (fresco) by Bindoccio, Cristoforo di & Piero, Meo di (14th century)

Background imagePalaces Collection: Entrance of the Persian royal palace (engraving)

Entrance of the Persian royal palace (engraving)
8635121 Entrance of the Persian royal palace (engraving) by German School, (19th century) (after); Private Collection; (add.info.: Entrance of the Persian royal palace. Illustration from Hellas)

Background imagePalaces Collection: View of the Palace Square, Athenes (Greece) - - Photography attributed to Athanasiou Konstantinos

View of the Palace Square, Athenes (Greece) - - Photography attributed to Athanasiou Konstantinos (1845-1898)
CSO4982702 View of the Palace Square, Athenes (Greece) - - Photography attributed to Athanasiou Konstantinos (1845-1898); (add.info.: View of the Palace Square)

Background imagePalaces Collection: Eole, the god of winds gives Ulysses an overflow filled with defavorable winds.fresco by

Eole, the god of winds gives Ulysses an overflow filled with defavorable winds.fresco by Pellegrino Tibaldi (or Tibaldo)
VEN5031395 Eole, the god of winds gives Ulysses an overflow filled with defavorable winds.fresco by Pellegrino Tibaldi (or Tibaldo) said il Pellegrini (1530-1596) at the Poggi Palace in Bologna

Background imagePalaces Collection: The Lion Hunt': Alexander the Great and Hephestion (Hephaestion)? hunting lion

The Lion Hunt': Alexander the Great and Hephestion (Hephaestion)? hunting lion
537369 The Lion Hunt': Alexander the Great and Hephestion (Hephaestion)? hunting lion. 4th century BC (mosaic from the royal palace at Pella); Universal History Archive/UIG

Background imagePalaces Collection: Mosaic floor at Vergina, Royal Palace of the Macedonian Dynasty

Mosaic floor at Vergina, Royal Palace of the Macedonian Dynasty
LRI4655566 Mosaic floor at Vergina, Royal Palace of the Macedonian Dynasty by Greek School; Vergina, Macedonia, Greece; (add.info.: Greek Art)

Background imagePalaces Collection: Pithos (plural - pithoi) - a large ancient Greek storage container

Pithos (plural - pithoi) - a large ancient Greek storage container. Some very fine examples excavated from within the Minoan palace at Knossos on Crete. Date: circa 1920s

Background imagePalaces Collection: Palace of the Grand Master of the Knights of Rhodes at dusk, Medieval Old Town, Rhodes City

Palace of the Grand Master of the Knights of Rhodes at dusk, Medieval Old Town, Rhodes City, Rhodes Island, Dodecanese, Greece

Background imagePalaces Collection: Defensive Wall and Palace of the Grand Master of the Knights of Rhodes, Medieval Old Town

Defensive Wall and Palace of the Grand Master of the Knights of Rhodes, Medieval Old Town, Rhodes City, Rhodes Island, Dodecanese, Greece

Background imagePalaces Collection: Minotaur at Palace of Minos, Knossos, Heraklion Region, Crete, Greece

Minotaur at Palace of Minos, Knossos, Heraklion Region, Crete, Greece



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Palaces Collection

Palaces in Greece and Europe are some of the most beautiful and historically significant buildings in the world. They were built by kings, queens, and other powerful figures to serve as a symbol of their power and wealth. Many they have been around for centuries, with some dating back to the Roman Empire. These structures often feature grand architecture with intricate designs that reflect their importance. Inside they can stunning works of art, such as frescoes, sculptures, tapestries, and mosaics that tell stories about past rulers or important events in history. It also served as centers for political activity or religious ceremonies throughout history. Today they remain popular tourist attractions for those who want to experience a bit of history firsthand.
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The Palaces collection from Media Storehouse offers a stunning array of wall art and framed prints that capture the beauty and grandeur of ancient Greek palaces. Our collection features high-quality images of some of Greece's most iconic architectural wonders, including the Palace of Knossos in Crete, the Palace of Nestor in Messenia, and the Palace of Mycenae in Argolis. These images are perfect for anyone who loves history or is interested in ancient architecture. Each print is expertly crafted using state-of-the-art printing technology to ensure that every detail is captured with precision and accuracy. The result is a breathtaking work of art that will add elegance and sophistication to any room. Whether you're looking for a statement piece for your living room or office, or simply want to add some cultural flair to your home decor, the Palaces collection from Media Storehouse has something for everyone. With its timeless beauty and rich history, these prints are sure to be treasured for years to come.
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What are Palaces (Greece Europe) art prints?

Palaces art prints are high-quality reproductions of artwork depicting the grand palaces found throughout Greece and Europe. These stunning prints capture the intricate details, ornate architecture, and rich history of these magnificent structures. From the opulent Palace of Versailles in France to the ancient ruins of Knossos in Crete, these art prints showcase some of the most iconic palaces from across Europe. Each print is carefully crafted using state-of-the-art printing technology to ensure that every detail is captured with precision and accuracy. Whether you're a lover of history or simply appreciate beautiful artwork, Palaces art prints make an excellent addition to any home or office. With a wide range of sizes and framing options available, it's easy to find the perfect print to suit your individual style and decor preferences. So why not bring a touch of European elegance into your space with one of these breathtaking art prints today?
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What Palaces (Greece Europe) art prints can I buy from Media Storehouse?

We offer a wide range of art prints featuring various palaces in Greece and Europe. You can find stunning images of the Palace of Versailles, Buckingham Palace, Schönbrunn Palace, and many more. These prints are available in different sizes and formats such as canvas prints, framed prints, and photographic prints. If you're looking for Greek palaces specifically, Media Storehouse also has a great selection to choose from. You can browse through beautiful photographs of the Acropolis in Athens or the Palace of Knossos on Crete. Other notable Greek palaces featured include the Royal Palace in Rhodes and the Mon Repos palace in Corfu. No matter which palace you choose to adorn your walls with, these high-quality art prints will add elegance and sophistication to any room. With so many options available at Media Storehouse, finding the perfect print is easy.
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To buy Palaces art prints from Media Storehouse, you can simply browse our extensive collection of artwork online. Once you have found the print that you would like to purchase, add it to your cart and proceed to checkout. At this point, you will be prompted to enter your shipping and payment information. We offer a range of different sizes and framing options for their art prints, so be sure to select the one that best suits your needs. We also offer a variety of other products such as canvas prints and posters if you prefer a different type of wall decor. Buying Palaces art prints from Media Storehouse is an easy process that can be completed entirely online. With their vast selection of high-quality artwork available at affordable prices, there's no better place to find beautiful pieces for your home or office.
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How much do Palaces (Greece Europe) art prints cost?

Palaces art prints from Greece in Europe are available at Media Storehouse. The cost of these prints varies depending on the size, quality, and type of print chosen by the customer. These prints can be purchased as canvas prints, framed prints or photographic prints. The price range for Palaces art prints is affordable and suitable for all budgets. Customers have a wide range of options to choose from based on their preferences and budget constraints. We offer high-quality Palaces art prints that are perfect for decorating homes, offices or any other space with beautiful artwork inspired by Greek architecture. These stunning pieces of art capture the essence of ancient Greece's rich history and culture. If you're looking to purchase a piece of Greek-inspired artwork that captures the beauty and majesty of its palaces, then Media Storehouse has got you covered with an extensive collection at reasonable prices.
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We take great care in ensuring that your Palaces art prints are delivered to you safely and securely. We use high-quality packaging materials to protect your artwork during transit, including sturdy cardboard tubes for rolled prints and durable flat-pack boxes for framed prints. Once your order is placed, our team of experts will carefully print and prepare your artwork before dispatching it from our production facility. Depending on the size and type of print you have ordered, delivery may be made by a courier service or postal carrier. We work with trusted shipping partners to ensure that your order arrives at its destination as quickly as possible. You can track the progress of your delivery online using the tracking number provided once your order has been dispatched. We pride ourselves on providing exceptional customer service and delivering high-quality products that exceed expectations. We look forward to sending you your beautiful Palaces art prints soon.