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Background imageMena Collection: Scenes of Mestizaje. Circa 1750. Casta paintings

Scenes of Mestizaje. Circa 1750. Casta paintings
" Scenes of " Mestizaje". Circa 1750. Casta paintings by Luis de Mena. Colonial baroque. Oil on canvas. SPAIN. Madrid. Americas Museum."

Background imageMena Collection: Mena House Hotel, Cairo, Egypt - View of Cheops Pyramid

Mena House Hotel, Cairo, Egypt - View of Cheops Pyramid. The hotel was a former Royal hunting lodge, which opened as a Hotel in 1869. Date: circa 1920s

Background imageMena Collection: Mena House Hotel in Giza, Egypt

Mena House Hotel in Giza, Egypt
Mena House Hotel in Giza near Cairo, Egypt. Originally a hunting lodge it was expanded and opened as a hotel in 1886, housing many famous guests such as Arthur Conan Doyle

Background imageMena Collection: Mena House Hotel and Pyramids, Giza, Egypt

Mena House Hotel and Pyramids, Giza, Egypt - Vintage Lantern Slide - original photograph taken by George H. Goree (1906-1980)

Background imageMena Collection: Egyptian Pyramids and the Mena House Hotel early 1900s

Egyptian Pyramids and the Mena House Hotel early 1900s
Mena House Hotel and Pyramids, Giza, Egypt - Vintage Lantern Slide - original photograph taken by George H. Goree (1906-1980)

Background imageMena Collection: Hotels in Egypt

Hotels in Egypt
Health and Sunshine Beckon You to Egypt Advertisement for Egypts top hotels catering to wealthy European and American tourists who went to Cairo for the season during the winter months

Background imageMena Collection: Early Christian Art. Egypt. Clay jar (AMPULLAE) with Saint

Early Christian Art. Egypt. Clay jar (AMPULLAE) with Saint
Early Christian Art. Egypt. Clay jar (AMPULLAE) representing Saint Mena flanked by two camels. Dated in the seventh century. It comes from the sanctuary of Saint Mena in Egypt. Byzantine Museum

Background imageMena Collection: Laberinto de Fortuna (Labyrinh of Fortunes), by Juan de Mena

Laberinto de Fortuna (Labyrinh of Fortunes), by Juan de Mena
Juan de Mena (1411-1456). Spanish poet. Labyrinth of Fortune, or The Three Hundred, 1444. Edition in 1566, Alcala de Hernares. Poem CXXXVI

Background imageMena Collection: Saint Mary Magdalene penitent. Polychrome sculpture

Saint Mary Magdalene penitent. Polychrome sculpture by Pedro de Mena. Baroque art. Sculpture on wood. SPAIN. CASTILE AND LEON. Valladolid. National Museum of Sculpture

Background imageMena Collection: Francisco Franco going for a drive through the Paseo

Francisco Franco going for a drive through the Paseo de la Castellana in Madrid after presiding the Parade of the Victory. He is with the Minister of the Army, Juan Casta񯮮 1964

Background imageMena Collection: MENA, Alonso de (1587-1646). Reliquary-altarpice

MENA, Alonso de (1587-1646). Reliquary-altarpice of the Royal Chapel. ca. 1623. SPAIN. Granada. Royal Chapel. Detail of the pedestal with the portraits of Charles V and Isabel of Portugal

Background imageMena Collection: Spain. Madrid. The Neptune Fountain

Spain. Madrid. The Neptune Fountain. Built by Juan Pascual de Mena, 1780. In 1786 his disciple Jose Rodriguez finished off the project. Neo-classical. Night Photography

Background imageMena Collection: Fountain of Neptune by Juan Pascual de Mena. 18th century. M

Fountain of Neptune by Juan Pascual de Mena. 18th century. M
Fountain of Neptune. Designed by Ventura Rodriguez in 1782 and sculpted by Juan Pascual de Mena (1707-1784) between 1780-1784. White marble. Canovas del Castillo square. Madrid. Spain

Background imageMena Collection: Egypt. Abu Mena. Basilica of Arcadius

Egypt. Abu Mena. Basilica of Arcadius
Basilica of Arcadius. EGYPT. ALEXANDRIA. Abu Mina. Basilica of Arcadius. Ruins. Paleo-christian art. Architecture

Background imageMena Collection: MENA, Juan de (1411-1456). Spanish poet of the

MENA, Juan de (1411-1456). Spanish poet of the
" MENA, Juan de (1411-1456). Spanish poet of the pre renaissance. Cronist of Juan II de Castilla. First page of his selected works

Background imageMena Collection: MENA, Alonso de (1587-1646). Altarpice-Reliquary

MENA, Alonso de (1587-1646). Altarpice-Reliquary of the Royal Chapel of Granada. 1630 - 1632. Detail from the base, with a portrait of Philip the Handsome and Joanna the Mad. Wood golden relief


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