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Choose from 77 pictures in our Ramparts collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Scene on Conwy Harbour, North Wales
Scene on Conwy Harbour, North Wales
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Petrie at Daphne
Petrie at Daphne
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Aigues-mortes, France - Medieval ramparts
Aigues-mortes, France - Medieval ramparts
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York/Ramparts/Minster
York/Ramparts/Minster
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Town Planning / Jena
Town Planning / Jena
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Fort and city from the ramparts, Gwalior, India
Fort and city from the ramparts, Gwalior, India
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On the Paris Ramparts during the war of 1870
On the Paris Ramparts during the war of 1870
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Fashionable woman in the Square of the Tuileries, 1870
Fashionable woman in the Square of the Tuileries, 1870
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The Indian Memorial, Menin Gate Ramparts, Ypres
The Indian Memorial, Menin Gate Ramparts, Ypres
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Ypres Ramparts CWGC Cemetery seen across the moat
Ypres Ramparts CWGC Cemetery seen across the moat
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The Lille Gate in the Ypres ramparts seen across the moat
The Lille Gate in the Ypres ramparts seen across the moat
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Kiwanis Model of the Menin Gate - Menin Gate Ramparts
Kiwanis Model of the Menin Gate - Menin Gate Ramparts
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Ypres Ramparts CWGC Cemetery seen across the moat Featured Print

Ypres Ramparts CWGC Cemetery seen across the moat

The earliest settlement in this area is thought to have been near Langemarck in about AD960 and gradually a cluster of villages grew up around the Yperlee. As Ypres increased in importance it was occupied or fought over by different nationalities - English, French, Dutch and the Austrians. In the late 1600s Vauban built a series of ramparts and fortifications and Ypres became a walled city surrounded by a moat, as it is today. The cemetery has 153 UK, 11 Australian, 10 Canadian, and 14 New Zealand burials. The approach path is named after Rose Coombs, the IWM author whose Before Endeavours Fade book was one of the first reference works for the area. Date: 2011

© Holts Battlefield Collection / Mary Evans

Young boy standing on the ramparts of Harlech Castle
Young boy standing on the ramparts of Harlech Castle
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The Burial of Lieutenant-General Sir John Moore
The Burial of Lieutenant-General Sir John Moore
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Murten (Morat), Switzerland - The Ramparts
Murten (Morat), Switzerland - The Ramparts
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Colonies of rooks fly above Harlech Castle, north Wales
Colonies of rooks fly above Harlech Castle, north Wales
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Mazagan (El Jadida), Morocco
Mazagan (El Jadida), Morocco
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Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland - Ramparts and Cannon
Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland - Ramparts and Cannon
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Mont-St-Michel, France - Abbey ramparts
Mont-St-Michel, France - Abbey ramparts
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Mont-St-Michel, France - North tower and ramparts
Mont-St-Michel, France - North tower and ramparts
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Avignon, France - Ramparts on the Boulevard St Michel
Avignon, France - Ramparts on the Boulevard St Michel
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East Africa - Old Fort
East Africa - Old Fort
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Your Husbands Painting
Your Husbands Painting
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St George Fort/Madras
St George Fort/Madras
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East Africa - Old Fort Featured Print

East Africa - Old Fort

East Africa - Old Fort - Soldiers Guarding Ramparts. Part of Box 249 Boswell Collection - East Coast of Africa. Inhambane is one of the oldest settlements on Mozambique's eastern coast. Dhows traded here as early as the 11th century. Muslim and Persian traders were the first outsiders to arrive to the area by sea and traded pearls and ambergris, and they also traded at Chibuene in the south Date: circa 1900

© The Boswell Collection, Bexley Heritage Trust / Mary Evans

Bastions of Sangallo, Nettuno, Italy
Bastions of Sangallo, Nettuno, Italy
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Storming of Le Quesnoy by New Zealand troops, 1918, Matania
Storming of Le Quesnoy by New Zealand troops, 1918, Matania
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Paris, France - La Bastille
Paris, France - La Bastille
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Paris, France - Bastille
Paris, France - Bastille
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Alexander the Great and the broken ladder, 326 BC
Alexander the Great and the broken ladder, 326 BC
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Rumeli Hisari on the European Side of the Bosphorus, Turkey
Rumeli Hisari on the European Side of the Bosphorus, Turkey
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Thessaloniki, Greece - Heptapyrgion or Yedi Kule Fortress
Thessaloniki, Greece - Heptapyrgion or Yedi Kule Fortress
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Thessaloniki, Greece - Young Gypsy Girl
Thessaloniki, Greece - Young Gypsy Girl
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Thessaloniki, Greece - Panoramic View with Ramparts
Thessaloniki, Greece - Panoramic View with Ramparts
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Thessaloniki, Greece - The Ramparts
Thessaloniki, Greece - The Ramparts
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Thessaloniki, Greece - Old City Walls and Heptapyrgion
Thessaloniki, Greece - Old City Walls and Heptapyrgion
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Thessaloniki, Greece - Turkish Cafe behind the Ramparts
Thessaloniki, Greece - Turkish Cafe behind the Ramparts
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Alexander the Great and the broken ladder, 326 BC Featured Print

Alexander the Great and the broken ladder, 326 BC

Soldiers, enthused by Alexander the Great's example, swarm up a ladder, used to attack the fortified city walls of the Mallians. The ladder breaks under their weight, leaving their leader open to attack on the ramparts, but instead of leaping back to safety, Alexander fights on, into the enemies midst: an example of his bravery, and rashness. Date: 326 BC

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Carcassonne, France - The lower walls of the South-east
Carcassonne, France - The lower walls of the South-east
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View of Caernarvon Castle, North Wales
View of Caernarvon Castle, North Wales
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Abbey from the ramparts, Mont St. Michel, France
Abbey from the ramparts, Mont St. Michel, France
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From the ramparts of the Kremlin, Nigni-Novgorod, (i.e., Niz
From the ramparts of the Kremlin, Nigni-Novgorod, (i.e., Niz
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The ramparts from Grand Bey, St. Malo, France
The ramparts from Grand Bey, St. Malo, France
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The ramparts, Avignon, Provence, France
The ramparts, Avignon, Provence, France
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City Walls/Ramparts and gate at Gruyeres, Switzerland
City Walls/Ramparts and gate at Gruyeres, Switzerland
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The Ramparts of the Casbah - Tangiers, Morocco
The Ramparts of the Casbah - Tangiers, Morocco
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Italy/775/Pavia Siege
Italy/775/Pavia Siege
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Social Scenes/France/C12
Social Scenes/France/C12
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Plain of Bejaia viewed from the ramparts
Plain of Bejaia viewed from the ramparts
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Guerande - Saint Michael Gate
Guerande - Saint Michael Gate
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