Anjar, Lebanon, near the Syrian border, was founded by Caliph Walid I at the beginning of the 8th century. Built at the beginning of the Islamic period, Anjar reflects this transition from a protobyzantine culture to the development of Islamic art and bears outstanding witness to the Umayyad civilization. Anjar was never completed, enjoying only a brief existence. In 744, Caliph Ibrahim, son of Walid, was defeated and afterwards the partially destroyed city was abandoned. It’s ruins were only discovered in the late 1940’s. Today the inhabitants of the surrounding areas are almost exclusively Armenian



Limited to 5 prints in each size

All my prints are printed on UV protected films which are glued on to aluminum plates, ready to hang and easily cleanable with a damp cloth. I’m told these prints last way longer than any paper prints.

Available in sizes;

80x60cm / 32×24″

40x30cm  / 16×12″

Or contact me for custom size (bigger or smaller)

All prints carefully packaged. Tracking number provided once print is shipped.

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