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Basra Collection

Basra is a city located in southeastern Iraq, on the Shatt al-Arab river, and is the capital Governorate and has a population of around 2.5 million people

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Background imageBasra Collection: Challenger 2 Main Battle Tank patrolling outside Basra, Iraq

Challenger 2 Main Battle Tank patrolling outside Basra, Iraq
Soldiers of 1 A Squadron, Queens Royal Lancers (QRL) patrolling outside Basra, Iraq onboard a Challenger 2 Main Battle Tank during Operation Telic 4

Background imageBasra Collection: A day with the Royal Corps of Signals

A day with the Royal Corps of Signals
An Army Land Rover patrol vehicle is silhouetted whilst operating with thee Royal Corps of Signals, testing the new Bowman equipment and shooting with them on the range

Background imageBasra Collection: Storage jar, 8th-9th century AD (earthenware)

Storage jar, 8th-9th century AD (earthenware)
7394085 Storage jar, 8th-9th century AD (earthenware) by Iranian School, (8th century); Ashmolean Museum, University of Oxford, UK; (add.info.: Display: earthenware)

Background imageBasra Collection: American Mission Hospital, Basra, Iraq, WW1

American Mission Hospital, Basra, Iraq, WW1
American Mission Hospital, Basra, Iraq, during the First World War. circa 1916

Background imageBasra Collection: V430 troop carrier (Bulldog)

V430 troop carrier (Bulldog)
The first delivery of the upgraded FV430 Mk3 Bulldog vehicles arrived in Iraq just before Christmas 2006 with the RGJ Battalion based at Basra Palace the first to use them on operations

Background imageBasra Collection: Sketches in the Persian Gulf - Margill, the Residence of the British Consul, near Bussorah, 1857

Sketches in the Persian Gulf - Margill, the Residence of the British Consul, near Bussorah, 1857. Creator: Unknown
Sketches in the Persian Gulf - Margill, the Residence of the British Consul, near Bussorah, [Basra], 1857. Engraving after a sketch by an officer belonging to the expeditionary force...Margill...is

Background imageBasra Collection: Basra, Iraq - The Rafidain Bank on Strand Road

Basra, Iraq - The Rafidain Bank on Strand Road. Date: circa early 1950s

Background imageBasra Collection: Whitely Bridge Ashar Basrah, Basrah city, Iraq, 1925 (print)

Whitely Bridge Ashar Basrah, Basrah city, Iraq, 1925 (print)
3793997 Whitely Bridge Ashar Basrah, Basrah city, Iraq, 1925 (print); (add.info.: Whitely Bridge Ashar Basrah, Basrah city, Iraq. Photo taken in early 1920s after creation of Iraq)

Background imageBasra Collection: Date Palms, Basra

Date Palms, Basra
3790945 Date Palms, Basra; (add.info.: Iraqi man standing on a path between date palms, Basra, Iraq. Postcard, 1900s.); Lebrecht History

Background imageBasra Collection: Queen Mary Theatre, Basra, Iraq, WW1

Queen Mary Theatre, Basra, Iraq, WW1
Queen Mary Theatre, Basra, Iraq, during the First World War. circa 1916

Background imageBasra Collection: IRAQ-ASTRONOMY-FULL MOON

IRAQ-ASTRONOMY-FULL MOON
This picture taken on March 28, 2021 shows a view of the rising full " Worm Moon" above Basra International Stadium in the southern Iraqi city. (Photo by Hussein FALEH / AFP)

Background imageBasra Collection: Archways at Az Zubayr, Iraq

Archways at Az Zubayr, Iraq
Archways at Az Zubayr is a city in and the capital of Al-Zubair District, part of the Basra Governorate of Iraq. The city is just south of Basra. The name can also refer to the old Emirate of Zubair

Background imageBasra Collection: The Amputation village near Basra, Iraq

The Amputation village near Basra, Iraq
An anti-tank mine is seen near the village of Bitr, which in Arabic means " amputation", in Shalamjah district, east of Basra, Iraq March 4, 2018. Picture taken March 4, 2018

Background imageBasra Collection: Waste dumped in the river near one of the ancient historic houses dated back to the time

Waste dumped in the river near one of the ancient historic houses dated back to the time of Ottomans in the old downtown of Basra, Iraq May 9, 2018. Picture taken May 9, 2018. REUTERS/Essam al-Sudani

Background imageBasra Collection: HMS Bulwark, took part in an operational tasking off the coast of Southern Iraq

HMS Bulwark, took part in an operational tasking off the coast of Southern Iraq. During operations in Southern Iraq, Sea King Mk4s of 845 & 846 Naval Air Squadrons were tasked with multiple jobs to

Background imageBasra Collection: A Sea King Mk4 is shown landing at Basra Airport

A Sea King Mk4 is shown landing at Basra Airport. During operations in Southern Iraq, Sea King Mk4s of 845 & 846 Naval Air Squadrons were tasked with multiple jobs to carryout during their tours of

Background imageBasra Collection: British soldiers disembarking at Basra, Iraq

British soldiers disembarking at Basra, Iraq
1923

Background imageBasra Collection: Basra Date Association Headquarters - Iraq

Basra Date Association Headquarters - Iraq. Date: circa 1930s

Background imageBasra Collection: HMS Crocus, British sloop, at Basra, Iraq

HMS Crocus, British sloop, at Basra, Iraq
HMS Crocus, British Arabis class sloop, at Margil jetty, Basra, Iraq. Date: circa 1923

Background imageBasra Collection: Times Office in Basra, Iraq, WW1

Times Office in Basra, Iraq, WW1
Times Office in Basra, Iraq, during the First World War. circa 1916

Background imageBasra Collection: Waterway, Basra, Iraq, WW1

Waterway, Basra, Iraq, WW1
Waterway in Basra, Iraq, during the First World War. circa 1916

Background imageBasra Collection: Wards in Beil Naura Hospital, Basra, Iraq, WW1

Wards in Beil Naura Hospital, Basra, Iraq, WW1
Wards in Beil Naura Hospital, Basra, Iraq, during the First World War. circa 1916

Background imageBasra Collection: Pulley Bridge, Ashar Creek, Basra, Iraq, WW1

Pulley Bridge, Ashar Creek, Basra, Iraq, WW1
Pulley Bridge, Ashar Creek, Basra, Iraq, during the First World War. circa 1916

Background imageBasra Collection: View of Shatt El Arab Waterway, Basra, Iraq, WW1

View of Shatt El Arab Waterway, Basra, Iraq, WW1
View of Shatt El Arab Waterway, Basra, Iraq, during the First World War. circa 1916

Background imageBasra Collection: Route of British Troops, Basra, Iraq, WW1

Route of British Troops, Basra, Iraq, WW1
Route by which British troops entered Basra, Iraq, on 22 November 1914, in the early stages of the First World War, photographed about two years later. circa 1916

Background imageBasra Collection: Serai, old Turkish Headquarters, Basra, Iraq, WW1

Serai, old Turkish Headquarters, Basra, Iraq, WW1
Serai, old Turkish Headquarters, Basra, Iraq, during the First World War. circa 1916

Background imageBasra Collection: Remains of old British Residence, Magill, Basra, Iraq, WW1

Remains of old British Residence, Magill, Basra, Iraq, WW1
Remains of the old British Residence, Magill, Basra, Iraq, during the First World War. circa 1916

Background imageBasra Collection: Red Cross Hospital Ship, Basra, Iraq, WW1

Red Cross Hospital Ship, Basra, Iraq, WW1
Red Cross Hospital Ship, Basra, Iraq, during the First World War. circa 1916

Background imageBasra Collection: Paddle boat with war gifts, Basra, Iraq, WW1

Paddle boat with war gifts, Basra, Iraq, WW1
Paddle boat with war gifts, Basra, Iraq, going up the River Tigris to the Front, during the First World War. circa 1916

Background imageBasra Collection: Ottoman Bank Square Coffee House, Basra, Iraq, WW1

Ottoman Bank Square Coffee House, Basra, Iraq, WW1
Ottoman Bank Square Coffee House, Basra, Iraq, during the First World War. circa 1916

Background imageBasra Collection: Beil Naura Officers Hospital, Basra, Iraq, WW1

Beil Naura Officers Hospital, Basra, Iraq, WW1
Beil Naura Officers Convalescent Hospital, Basra, Iraq, with orange trees in fruit, during the First World War. circa 1916

Background imageBasra Collection: Old Basrah Times Office, Basra, Iraq, WW1

Old Basrah Times Office, Basra, Iraq, WW1
Old Basrah Times Office, Basra, Iraq, during the First World War. circa 1916

Background imageBasra Collection: Motor Boat Dry Dock, Basra, Iraq, WW1

Motor Boat Dry Dock, Basra, Iraq, WW1
Motor Boat Dry Dock, Basra, Iraq, during the First World War. circa 1916

Background imageBasra Collection: Jaypore Bridge, Ashar Creek, Basra, Iraq, WW1

Jaypore Bridge, Ashar Creek, Basra, Iraq, WW1
Jaypore Bridge, Ashar Creek, Basra, Iraq, during the First World War. circa 1916

Background imageBasra Collection: German Workshop at Magill, Basra, Iraq, WW1

German Workshop at Magill, Basra, Iraq, WW1
German Workshop at Magill, Basra, Iraq, during the First World War. circa 1916

Background imageBasra Collection: German House, Basra, Iraq, WW1

German House, Basra, Iraq, WW1
German House in Basra, Iraq, where British Forces landed on 22 November 1914. circa 1916

Background imageBasra Collection: Customs House and reclaimed roads, Basra, Iraq, WW1

Customs House and reclaimed roads, Basra, Iraq, WW1
Customs House and reclaimed roads, Basra, Iraq, during the First World War. circa 1916

Background imageBasra Collection: Crane at Magill, Basra, Iraq, WW1

Crane at Magill, Basra, Iraq, WW1
Crane at Magill, Basra, Iraq, during the First World War. circa 1916

Background imageBasra Collection: Civil and Telegraph Office, Basra, Iraq, WW1

Civil and Telegraph Office, Basra, Iraq, WW1
Civil and Telegraph Office, Basra, Iraq, during the First World War. circa 1916

Background imageBasra Collection: Christmas mail going to the Front, Basra, Iraq, WW1

Christmas mail going to the Front, Basra, Iraq, WW1
Christmas mail going to the Front, Basra, Iraq, during the First World War. circa 1916

Background imageBasra Collection: Camel Unit, Basra, Iraq, WW1

Camel Unit, Basra, Iraq, WW1
Camel Unit, Basra, Iraq, during the First World War. circa 1916

Background imageBasra Collection: Bomb Store, Basra, Iraq, WW1

Bomb Store, Basra, Iraq, WW1
Bomb Store, Basra, Iraq, during the First World War. circa 1916

Background imageBasra Collection: Bellum Creek, Shaiba, Basra, Iraq, WW1

Bellum Creek, Shaiba, Basra, Iraq, WW1
Bellum Creek, Shaiba, Basra, Iraq, during the First World War. circa 1916

Background imageBasra Collection: Street Scene, Basra, Iraq, WW1

Street Scene, Basra, Iraq, WW1
Street Scene in Basra, Iraq, during the First World War. circa 1916

Background imageBasra Collection: PO Companys Oil Tank, Basra, Iraq, WW1

PO Companys Oil Tank, Basra, Iraq, WW1
PO Companys Oil Tank, Basra, Iraq, during the First World War. circa 1916

Background imageBasra Collection: Basra, Iraq, WW1

Basra, Iraq, WW1
Basra, Iraq, during the First World War. circa 1916

Background imageBasra Collection: Shatt El Arab Waterway, Basra, Iraq, WW1

Shatt El Arab Waterway, Basra, Iraq, WW1
Basra, Iraq - view from Lychs Verandah, HMS Odin in the Shatt El Arab Waterway. circa 1916

Background imageBasra Collection: Bussorah, on the Persian Gulf (engraving)

Bussorah, on the Persian Gulf (engraving)
2785801 Bussorah, on the Persian Gulf (engraving) by English School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Bussorah, on the Persian Gulf)



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Basra Collection

Basra is a city located in southeastern Iraq, on the Shatt al-Arab river, and is the capital Governorate and has a population of around 2.5 million people, and is Iraq's main port, with access to the Persian Gulf and its oil exports. Basra has been an important trading center since ancient times, due to its strategic location at the head of the Persian Gulf. The city was once known for its lush gardens and canals, but these have been destroyed by war and neglect over time. Today, Basra remains an important commercial hub for Iraq's oil industry as well as a major cultural center with many historical sites such as mosques and palaces from various eras in history. Despite ongoing security issues in recent years, Basra continues to be an important part of Iraqi life today.
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Our beautiful pictures are available as Framed Prints, Photos, Wall Art and Photo Gifts

The Basra collection from Media Storehouse showcases a stunning array of wall art and framed prints that capture the essence of this ancient city in Iraq. Our collection features a range of images, from historic landmarks to everyday street scenes, all captured by talented photographers who have expertly captured the unique character and beauty of Basra. One standout image is a photograph of the iconic Shatt al-Arab river, which flows through the heart of Basra and has played an important role in shaping its history. Another striking piece is a black-and-white print that depicts traditional boats sailing along the waterways, providing a glimpse into daily life in this bustling port city. Whether you're looking to add some cultural flair to your home or office décor or simply want to celebrate your love for this fascinating part of Asia, the Basra collection offers something for everyone. With high-quality prints available in various sizes and formats, it's easy to find the perfect piece to suit your style and space.
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What are Basra (Iraq Asia) art prints?

Basra art prints are a collection of artistic representations that capture the essence and beauty of Basra, Iraq. These prints showcase the rich cultural heritage and history of this ancient city in Asia. They feature stunning images of its landmarks, architecture, landscapes, people, and traditions. The Basra art prints available at Media Storehouse are created using high-quality printing techniques to ensure that every detail is captured with precision. They come in various sizes and formats such as canvas or framed prints to suit different preferences. These art pieces make for great home decor items or gifts for anyone who appreciates fine art or has a connection to Basra. They can be used to add character and personality to any living space while also serving as a reminder of the unique beauty found in this part of the world. Basra art prints offer an opportunity to own a piece of history while supporting artists who have dedicated their talents towards capturing the spirit of this remarkable city.
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What Basra (Iraq Asia) art prints can I buy from Media Storehouse?

We offer a wide range of Basra art prints that are perfect for adding a touch of culture and history to your home or office. You can choose from stunning photographs, vintage posters, and artistic illustrations that capture the beauty and essence of this fascinating city. Some popular options include images of the famous Basra Grand Mosque, the historic Shatt al-Arab riverfront, and traditional markets bustling with activity. There are also many depictions of local landmarks such as the Al-Minaa Stadium and the impressive Basrah International Hotel. Whether you're looking for something modern or classic, colorful or subdued, we have an extensive collection of Basra art prints to suit every taste. These high-quality prints are sure to impress anyone who sees them and make great gifts for friends and family who appreciate fine art.
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How do I buy Basra (Iraq Asia) art prints?

To purchase Basra art prints from Media Storehouse, you can browse our extensive collection of images featuring this location. Once you have found the print that you would like to buy, simply add it to your cart and proceed to checkout. You will be prompted to enter your shipping and payment information before finalizing your order. We offer a wide range of printing options for their art prints, including canvas, framed, and poster styles. We also offer a variety of sizes so that you can find the perfect fit for your space. When purchasing Basra art prints from Media Storehouse, be sure to review their return policy in case there are any issues with your order. Additionally, if you have any questions or concerns about the ordering process or specific products, don't hesitate to reach out to our customer service team for assistance.
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How much do Basra (Iraq Asia) art prints cost?

We offer a wide range of Basra art prints at varying prices. The cost of the prints depends on several factors such as the size, quality, and type of print chosen by the customer. Our collection includes high-quality canvas prints, framed prints, and photographic prints that are available in different sizes to suit individual preferences. We work with a network of talented photographers who capture stunning images of Basra's rich cultural heritage and natural beauty. These images are then transformed into beautiful art pieces that can be used to decorate homes or offices. Our pricing is competitive and reflects the quality of our products. We strive to provide affordable options for customers while maintaining high standards in terms of printing techniques and materials used. We believe that our Basra art print collection offers excellent value for money without compromising on quality or creativity.
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How will my Basra (Iraq Asia) art prints be delivered to me?

We take pride in delivering your Basra art prints to you safely and securely. We use high-quality packaging materials to ensure that your artwork arrives at its destination in pristine condition. Our delivery partners are carefully selected for their reliability and efficiency, so you can rest assured that your order will be delivered on time. Once your order has been processed, it will be carefully packaged and dispatched from our warehouse. You will receive a tracking number via email or SMS which you can use to track the progress of your delivery online. We offer a range of delivery options depending on your location and preferences. These include standard shipping, express shipping, and international shipping. Our team is always available to answer any questions you may have about the delivery process or any other aspect of our service. In short, we are committed to providing a seamless and hassle-free experience when it comes to delivering your Basra art prints right to your doorstep.