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Choose from 598 pictures in our Cupola collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Europe, Italy, Rome. View toward the dome of Saint Peter' Featured Print

Europe, Italy, Rome. View toward the dome of Saint Peter'

Europe, Italy, Rome. View toward the dome of Saint Peter's at sunset from the Pincio Terrace and Villa Borghese.

© Catherina Unger/AWL Images Ltd.

Architecture, Awl, Basilica, Building, Buildings, Church, Cupola, Dome, Europe, European, Italian, Italy, Mediterranean, Orange, Outdoors, Palm Tree, Religion, Religious, Roma, Rome, Saint Peters, Silhuette, Sky, Southern Europe, Sunset, Town, Unesco, Unesco World Heritage Site, Western Europe, Worldheritage Site

Development of trench warfare in France by Matania Featured Print

Development of trench warfare in France by Matania

Protecting the man and armouring the trench. French soldiers wearing the new steel helmet holding an armoured trench during a violent German artillery bombardment. The picture also shows how trenches themselves became further protected such as with the revolving steel cupola which was captured from the Germans and used by the French against the enemy. Scene shows a French armoured trench under heavy enemy fire. All the men are wearing the new steel helmets and are seeking shelter from the severe overhead bombardment. Drawn by Fortunino Matania from photographic material.
1915

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Buildings of the world Exhibitions, 19th century Featured Print

Buildings of the world Exhibitions, 19th century

Exhibition buildings of world exhibitions in the 19th century: 1-3) Buildings for the World Exhibition 1893 in Chicago, USA: 1) Machine exhibition building, 2) Building for horticulture, 3) Exhibition area (bird's eye view); 4) Main building of the world exhibition Copenhagen in 1888; 5) Map of the Paris World exhibition in 1889; 6) Interior view of the machine exhibition building from the Paris World Exhibition in 1889. Wood engravings, published in 1897.