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Djibouti Collection

Djibouti is a small country located in the Horn of Africa, bordered by Eritrea to the north, Ethiopia to the west and south, and Somalia to the southeast

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Djibouti Collection: Arta

Arta Collection
2 Items

Djibouti Collection: Dikhil

Dikhil Collection
2 Items

Djibouti Collection: Djibouti City

Djibouti City Collection
2 Items

Djibouti Collection: Lakes

Lakes Collection
37 Items

Djibouti Collection: Maps

Maps Collection
5 Items

Djibouti Collection: Obock

Obock Collection
5 Items

Djibouti Collection: Tadjoura

Tadjoura Collection
5 Items

Djibouti Collection: Related Images

Related Images Collection
86 Items

Background imageDjibouti Collection: Djibouti. A Red Swimming Crab

Djibouti. A Red Swimming Crab (Charybdis erythrodactyla) swims in the Indian Ocean

Background imageDjibouti Collection: Africa Political Map

Africa Political Map
Antique illustration of a Africa Political Map from 1893

Background imageDjibouti Collection: Djibouti, Bay of Tadjourah

Djibouti, Bay of Tadjourah. A Whale Shark (Rhincodon typus) and snorkellers swim near the surface in the Bay of Tadjourah

Background imageDjibouti Collection: Man prepares his hair ready for his wedding day - Djibouti

Man prepares his hair ready for his wedding day - Djibouti, East Africa. Date: 1908

Background imageDjibouti Collection: Small tents of Somali refugees on the way to Lac Abbe, Republic of Djibouti, Africa

Small tents of Somali refugees on the way to Lac Abbe, Republic of Djibouti, Africa

Background imageDjibouti Collection: Djibouti Watercolor Map

Djibouti Watercolor Map
Michael Tompsett

Background imageDjibouti Collection: Djibouti Watercolor Map

Djibouti Watercolor Map
Michael Tompsett

Background imageDjibouti Collection: Migrants follow railway tracks towards the Canada-U. S. border as seen from Emerson

Migrants follow railway tracks towards the Canada-U. S. border as seen from Emerson
A group of migrants who said they were from Djibouti and Somalia follow railway tracks towards the Canada-U.S. border as seen from Emerson, Manitoba, Canada, March 27, 2017

Background imageDjibouti Collection: Desert of the Somalis coast (present-day Republic of Djibouti)

Desert of the Somalis coast (present-day Republic of Djibouti). Photograph on glass plate, late 19th century
LOD4353440 Desert of the Somalis coast (present-day Republic of Djibouti). Photograph on glass plate, late 19th century.; (add.info.: Desert of the Somalis coast (present-day Republic of Djibouti)

Background imageDjibouti Collection: Africa (Somalis Coast), Djibouti: two indigenous people on their dromedaries, 1885

Africa (Somalis Coast), Djibouti: two indigenous people on their dromedaries, 1885
LUX4749245 Africa (Somalis Coast), Djibouti: two indigenous people on their dromedaries, 1885; (add.info.: Africa (Somalis Coast), Djibouti: two indigenous people on their dromedaries

Background imageDjibouti Collection: Africa (Somalis Coast), Djibouti: Arrive of a camel convoy in front of an administrative building

Africa (Somalis Coast), Djibouti: Arrive of a camel convoy in front of an administrative building of grants?, 1890
LUX4748556 Africa (Somalis Coast), Djibouti: Arrive of a camel convoy in front of an administrative building of grants?, 1890; (add.info.: Africa (Somalis Coast)

Background imageDjibouti Collection: Africa (Somalis Coast), Djibouti: Convoy of camels resting in the courtyard of a caravan, 1885

Africa (Somalis Coast), Djibouti: Convoy of camels resting in the courtyard of a caravan, 1885
LUX4749152 Africa (Somalis Coast), Djibouti: Convoy of camels resting in the courtyard of a caravan, 1885; (add.info.: Africa (Somalis Coast)

Background imageDjibouti Collection: Africa (Somalis Coast), Djibouti: A walk in the center of the village, 1880

Africa (Somalis Coast), Djibouti: A walk in the center of the village, 1880
LUX4748570 Africa (Somalis Coast), Djibouti: A walk in the center of the village, 1880; (add.info.: Africa (Somalis Coast), Djibouti: A walk in the center of the village

Background imageDjibouti Collection: Africa (Somalis Coast), Djibouti: A street in the village lined with straw-covered boxes, 1880

Africa (Somalis Coast), Djibouti: A street in the village lined with straw-covered boxes, 1880
LUX4748551 Africa (Somalis Coast), Djibouti: A street in the village lined with straw-covered boxes, 1880; (add.info.: Africa (Somalis Coast)

Background imageDjibouti Collection: French possessions and colonies: french east africa, French Somaliland, (Djibouti today)

French possessions and colonies: french east africa, French Somaliland, (Djibouti today)
ELD4964718 French possessions and colonies: french east africa, French Somaliland, (Djibouti today). End of the 19th century (chromolithograph); Private Collection; Photo © The Holbarn Archive

Background imageDjibouti Collection: Africa (Somalis Coast), Djibouti: Preparation of a camel caravan, 1880

Africa (Somalis Coast), Djibouti: Preparation of a camel caravan, 1880
LUX4748569 Africa (Somalis Coast), Djibouti: Preparation of a camel caravan, 1880; (add.info.: Africa (Somalis Coast), Djibouti: Preparation of a camel caravan, 1880); Photo © Lux-in-Fine

Background imageDjibouti Collection: Africa (Somalis Coast), Djibouti: Marche shelters outdoors with butchers, 1890

Africa (Somalis Coast), Djibouti: Marche shelters outdoors with butchers, 1890
LUX4748429 Africa (Somalis Coast), Djibouti: Marche shelters outdoors with butchers, 1890; (add.info.: Africa (Somalis Coast), Djibouti: Marche shelters outdoors with butchers

Background imageDjibouti Collection: Place principale du village indigene de Djibouti; Le Nord-Est Africain, 1914. Creator: Unknown

Place principale du village indigene de Djibouti; Le Nord-Est Africain, 1914. Creator: Unknown
Place principale du village indigene de Djibouti; Le Nord-Est Africain, 1914. From "Grande Geographie Bong Illustree", 1914

Background imageDjibouti Collection: Djibouti. Obok. Tadjoura; Le Nord-Est Africain, 1914. Creator: Unknown

Djibouti. Obok. Tadjoura; Le Nord-Est Africain, 1914. Creator: Unknown
Djibouti. Obok. Tadjoura; Le Nord-Est Africain, 1914. From "Grande Geographie Bong Illustree", 1914

Background imageDjibouti Collection: De Djibouti a Addis-Abeba; Le Nord-Est Africain, 1914. Creator: Unknown

De Djibouti a Addis-Abeba; Le Nord-Est Africain, 1914. Creator: Unknown
De Djibouti a Addis-Abeba; Le Nord-Est Africain, 1914. From "Grande Geographie Bong Illustree", 1914

Background imageDjibouti Collection: A Young Galla Girl - Djibouti, East Africa

A Young Galla Girl - Djibouti, East Africa. Date: 1908

Background imageDjibouti Collection: Somalia with borders

Somalia with borders
Color satellite image of Somalia and neighbouring countries, with borders

Background imageDjibouti Collection: Somalia and neighbouring countries

Somalia and neighbouring countries
Color satellite image of Somalia and neighbouring countries

Background imageDjibouti Collection: Ethiopia with borders

Ethiopia with borders
Color satellite image of Ethiopia and neighbouring countries, with borders

Background imageDjibouti Collection: Ethiopia

Ethiopia
Color satellite image of Ethiopia and neighbouring countries in the Horn of Africa

Background imageDjibouti Collection: Djibouti with borders

Djibouti with borders
Color satellite image of Djibouti and neighbouring countries, with borders

Background imageDjibouti Collection: Djibouti with mask

Djibouti with mask
Color satellite image of Djibouti, with mask

Background imageDjibouti Collection: Djibouti

Djibouti
Color satellite image of Djibouti and neighbouring countries

Background imageDjibouti Collection: Djibouti with borders and mask

Djibouti with borders and mask
Color satellite image of Djibouti, with borders and mask

Background imageDjibouti Collection: Migrants walk along railway tracks after crossing the Canada-U. S. border in Emerson

Migrants walk along railway tracks after crossing the Canada-U. S. border in Emerson
A group of migrants who said they were from Djibouti and Somalia walk along railway tracks after crossing the Canada-U.S. border in Emerson, Manitoba, Canada, March 27, 2017

Background imageDjibouti Collection: Basket Makers

Basket Makers
Basket makers outside their home, a tent made of skin in a poor quarter of Djibouti, provincial capital in French Somaliland. In 1977 it was declared an independent country recognised by the UN

Background imageDjibouti Collection: Lac Abbe in Dikhil area

Lac Abbe in Dikhil area
Raphael Nguyen

Background imageDjibouti Collection: Lonely donkeys at Lac Abbe area, Dikhil

Lonely donkeys at Lac Abbe area, Dikhil
Raphael Nguyen

Background imageDjibouti Collection: The delivery of the Commanders Cross of the Legion of Honour to Commander

The delivery of the Commanders Cross of the Legion of Honour to Commander
XEE4143069 The delivery of the Commanders Cross of the Legion of Honour to Commander Jean-Baptiste (Jean Baptiste) Marchand (1863-1934) aboard the d Assas in Djibouti in 1899

Background imageDjibouti Collection: Installation De M Paul Soleillet A Obock (engraving)

Installation De M Paul Soleillet A Obock (engraving)
2783182 Installation De M Paul Soleillet A Obock (engraving) by French School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Installation De M Paul Soleillet A Obock)

Background imageDjibouti Collection: Obock Bay, near the Entrance to the Red Sea (engraving)

Obock Bay, near the Entrance to the Red Sea (engraving)
1626568 Obock Bay, near the Entrance to the Red Sea (engraving) by English School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Obock Bay, near the Entrance to the Red Sea)

Background imageDjibouti Collection: Tajourah, Bay of Obok (French Protectorate), at the Entrance to the Red Sea (engraving)

Tajourah, Bay of Obok (French Protectorate), at the Entrance to the Red Sea (engraving)
1626325 Tajourah, Bay of Obok (French Protectorate), at the Entrance to the Red Sea (engraving) by Fraipont, Georges (1873-1912); Private Collection; (add.info.: Tajourah)

Background imageDjibouti Collection: Merchant Mission. The return of Commander Jean Baptiste Marchand (1863-1934)

Merchant Mission. The return of Commander Jean Baptiste Marchand (1863-1934)
XEE4176582 Merchant Mission. The return of Commander Jean Baptiste Marchand (1863-1934): the escort from Abyssinia arrives in sight of Djibouti. Engraving

Background imageDjibouti Collection: M Paul Soleillet (engraving)

M Paul Soleillet (engraving)
2783183 M Paul Soleillet (engraving) by French School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: M Paul Soleillet. Illustration for Journal Des Voyages, 17 October 1886.); © Look and Learn

Background imageDjibouti Collection: Stamp of the French colony of Obock renamed 'Djibouti'

Stamp of the French colony of Obock renamed "Djibouti"
LSE4096667 Stamp of the French colony of Obock renamed " Djibouti" by French School, (20th century); Private Collection; (add.info)



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Djibouti Collection

Djibouti is a small country located in the Horn of Africa, bordered by Eritrea to the north, Ethiopia to the west and south, and Somalia to the southeast. With a population of approximately one million people, Djibouti is known for its strategic location at the entrance to the Red Sea. The country's economy relies heavily on its port facilities which serve as a gateway for trade between East Africa and other parts of the world. Despite being one of Africa's smallest countries, it has played an important role in regional peacekeeping efforts and hosts several foreign military bases including those belonging to France, Japan and China.
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What are Djibouti (Africa) art prints?

Djibouti art prints are a collection of artistic works that showcase the rich cultural heritage and natural beauty of Djibouti, a small country located in the Horn of Africa. These prints feature stunning images captured by talented photographers who have explored every corner of this beautiful nation. From breathtaking landscapes to vibrant street scenes, these art prints offer a unique glimpse into the daily life and culture of Djibouti. They are perfect for anyone looking to add some African flair to their home or office decor. Whether you're interested in wildlife photography, landscape art, or abstract designs inspired by traditional African motifs, there is something for everyone among our selection of Djibouti art prints. Each print is produced using high-quality materials and printing techniques to ensure that it looks great on your wall for years to come.
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We offer a wide range of Djibouti art prints that capture the beauty and culture of this African country. You can choose from stunning landscape photographs showcasing the rugged terrain, desert landscapes, and wildlife such as camels and antelopes. There are also colorful images of local markets, traditional architecture, and people going about their daily lives. For those interested in history and archaeology, we have a collection of prints featuring ancient ruins like the Gobaad Plain with its prehistoric rock art or the Arta Plage shipwreck site. Additionally, there are prints depicting Djibouti's colonial past when it was part of French Somaliland. Whether you're looking for striking wall art to decorate your home or office or simply want to add some African flair to your space, we have a diverse selection of Djibouti art prints that will appeal to any taste.
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We offer a range of delivery options for your Djibouti art prints. We use trusted and reliable couriers to ensure that your artwork arrives safely and securely. Our standard delivery option is available worldwide and typically takes between 5-7 working days to arrive. For customers in the UK, we also offer express delivery which guarantees next day delivery if you order before our cut-off time. If you require international shipping, we have various options available depending on your location. All of our art prints are carefully packaged to prevent damage during transit. We use high-quality materials such as acid-free tissue paper and sturdy cardboard tubes or boxes to protect your artwork. Once your order has been dispatched, you will receive an email with tracking information so that you can monitor its progress until it arrives at your door. We pride ourselves on providing excellent customer service and ensuring that our customers receive their orders promptly and in perfect condition.