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Ramparts Collection

Background imageRamparts Collection: Scene on Conwy Harbour, North Wales

Scene on Conwy Harbour, North Wales
A wonderful, atmospheric view of Conwy Harbour, North Wales, with the silhouette of the Castle in the background. Photograph by Norman Synge Waller Budd 1960

Background imageRamparts Collection: Petrie at Daphne

Petrie at Daphne
The Pharoahs Palace at Daphne being excavated by renowned archaeologist William Matthew Flinders Petrie (1853 - 1942) who devoted his life to studying Egyptian culture

Background imageRamparts Collection: France / Rennes-Le-Chateau

France / Rennes-Le-Chateau
La Tour Magdala, built by Berenger Sauniere, circa 1900, on the western ramparts of the town, to house his library

Background imageRamparts Collection: Storming of Le Quesnoy by New Zealand troops, 1918, Matania

Storming of Le Quesnoy by New Zealand troops, 1918, Matania
The storming of Le Quesnoy by New Zealand troops on 4 November 1918. The soldiers, led by two second lieutenants, the men climbed up a ladder against the ramparts

Background imageRamparts Collection: Town Planning / Jena

Town Planning / Jena
A 17th century town - Jena, Germany - still defended by its ramparts but spilling out beyond them into the surrounding countryside

Background imageRamparts Collection: Aigues-mortes, France - Medieval ramparts

Aigues-mortes, France - Medieval ramparts Date: circa 1850s

Background imageRamparts Collection: York / Ramparts / Minster

York / Ramparts / Minster
York: view of the Minster from the ramparts

Background imageRamparts Collection: The Ramparts and the Harbour - Tangier, Morocco

The Ramparts and the Harbour - Tangier, Morocco
The Ramparts and the Harbour - Tangier, a Moroccan port on the Strait of Gibraltar. Date: 1903

Background imageRamparts Collection: Colonies of rooks fly above Harlech Castle, north Wales

Colonies of rooks fly above Harlech Castle, north Wales, before roosting for the night Date: 2019

Background imageRamparts Collection: Mazagan (El Jadida), Morocco

Mazagan (El Jadida), Morocco
The Harem of a Moorish Minister embarking at Mazagan. The Portuguese fortification of Mazagan, now part of the city of El Jadida, 90-km southwest of Casablanca

Background imageRamparts Collection: Kenilworth Castle, Ruins from the Ramparts

Kenilworth Castle, Ruins from the Ramparts
Kenilworth Castle, Warwickshire, showing the ruins from the ramparts Date: circa 1910

Background imageRamparts Collection: Berwick-upon-Tweed Castle, close to the England / Scotland border. Date: 1790

Berwick-upon-Tweed Castle, close to the England / Scotland border. Date: 1790

Background imageRamparts Collection: Kenilworth Castle, the ruins from the ramparts

Kenilworth Castle, the ruins from the ramparts by W.W. Quatremain

Background imageRamparts Collection: Fort and city from the ramparts, Gwalior, India

Fort and city from the ramparts, Gwalior, India
19th century vintage photograph: fort and city from the ramparts, Gwalior, India. Samuel Bourne photograph

Background imageRamparts Collection: On the Paris Ramparts during the war of 1870

On the Paris Ramparts during the war of 1870. Soldier, gentleman and fashionable women on the snow-covered ramparts during the Siege of Paris, Franco-Prussian War. Handcoloured lithograph by R.V

Background imageRamparts Collection: Fashionable woman in the Square of the Tuileries, 1870

Fashionable woman in the Square of the Tuileries, 1870
The Square of the Tuileries, 1870. Woman in green dress with train, mantelet lined with fur, black hat. Families and children play behind her

Background imageRamparts Collection: The Indian Memorial, Menin Gate Ramparts, Ypres

The Indian Memorial, Menin Gate Ramparts, Ypres
This white stone memorial was unveiled on 10 November 2002 as part of the Flanders India 2002 Partnership Year by Major-General A.J. Bajwa, who had come all the way from India for the ceremony

Background imageRamparts Collection: Ypres Ramparts CWGC Cemetery seen across the moat

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

Background imageRamparts Collection: The Lille Gate in the Ypres ramparts seen across the moat

The Lille Gate in the Ypres ramparts seen across the moat
Ypres is a walled city and it has several routes into it. The two most well-known of its gates through the ramparts are via the Menin Gate (on the old road to Menin)

Background imageRamparts Collection: Kiwanis Model of the Menin Gate - Menin Gate Ramparts

Kiwanis Model of the Menin Gate - Menin Gate Ramparts
The model is remarkably life-like and is Dedicated to the Relatives of the Soldiers who stood here from 1914-1918. Kiwanis International is an international service club founded in 1915 in Detroit

Background imageRamparts Collection: Young boy standing on the ramparts of Harlech Castle

Young boy standing on the ramparts of Harlech Castle, Gwynedd, Wales. Date: 1953

Background imageRamparts Collection: The Burial of Lieutenant-General Sir John Moore

The Burial of Lieutenant-General Sir John Moore (1761-1809), commander of the British forces during the Spanish War (1808-1809), killed in the Battle of Corunna on 16 January 1809

Background imageRamparts Collection: Murten (Morat), Switzerland - The Ramparts

Murten (Morat), Switzerland - The Ramparts
Murten (Morat), Fribourg Canton, Switzerland - The Ramparts. circa 1910s

Background imageRamparts Collection: Freemasons planting banners outside the Porte Maillot; Paris

Freemasons planting banners outside the Porte Maillot; Paris
A group of Freemasons planting their banners in front of the Porte Maillot, during the Paris Commune, April 1871. The Freemasons were one of many groups who tried to encourage Thiers

Background imageRamparts Collection: Masonic Banners on the Paris Ramparts; Paris Commune 1871

Masonic Banners on the Paris Ramparts; Paris Commune 1871
Masonic banners flying on the Paris ramparts, near the Octroi Gate and Porte Maillot, 1871. The Freemasons were one of many groups who tried to encourage Thiers

Background imageRamparts Collection: German walled town with gates and ramparts

German walled town with gates and ramparts
A German walled town with gates and ramparts. Date: medieval

Background imageRamparts Collection: Alexander the Great and the broken ladder, 326 BC

Alexander the Great and the broken ladder, 326 BC
Soldiers, enthused by Alexander the Greats example, swarm up a ladder, used to attack the fortified city walls of the Mallians

Background imageRamparts Collection: Thessaloniki, Greece - Young Gypsy Girl

Thessaloniki, Greece - Young Gypsy Girl standing in front of one of the Towers of the Heptapyrgion (modern Eptapyrgio), also known by its Ottoman Turkish name Yedi Kule - a Byzantine

Background imageRamparts Collection: Mazagan (El Jadida), Morocco

Mazagan (El Jadida), Morocco
The Harem of a Moorish Minister embarking at Mazagan. The Portuguese fortification of Mazagan, now part of the city of El Jadida, 90-km southwest of Casablanca

Background imageRamparts Collection: Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland - The Ramparts and Pier

Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland - The Ramparts and Pier. Date: 1942

Background imageRamparts Collection: Mont-St-Michel, France - Abbey ramparts

Mont-St-Michel, France - Abbey ramparts
The Abbey Mont St Michel in Lower Normandy France, showing the many ramparts on the exterior of the building. circa 1910s

Background imageRamparts Collection: Mont-St-Michel, France - North tower and ramparts

Mont-St-Michel, France - North tower and ramparts
The Abbey Mont Saint-Michel, built on the Mont Saint Michel island, just 600 metres from land in the mouth of the Couesnon River in Normandy

Background imageRamparts Collection: Avignon, France - Ramparts on the Boulevard St Michel

Avignon, France - Ramparts on the Boulevard St Michel
Avignon, France - the Remparts d Avigon line Boulevard Saint-Michel, surrounding the old town of Avignon. The ramparts measure 4.3 kilometres and were built between 1355 and 1370. circa 1910s

Background imageRamparts Collection: 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 Mozambiques eastern coast

Background imageRamparts Collection: Your Husbands Painting

Your Husbands Painting
- and you say your husband has sent a painting of Jean Hachette on the ramparts of Beauvais to the Salon... Date: 1905

Background imageRamparts Collection: St George Fort / Madras

St George Fort / Madras
Francis Day of the East India Company founds Fort St George in Madras. Date: March 1639

Background imageRamparts Collection: Bastions of Sangallo, Nettuno, Italy

Bastions of Sangallo, Nettuno, Italy. Date: 1927

Background imageRamparts Collection: View of Acre, Galilee, Northern Israel

View of Acre, Galilee, Northern Israel
View of the city and harbour of Acre, Galilee, Northern Israel, from the ramparts of the fort. Date: 1920s

Background imageRamparts Collection: Paris, France - La Bastille

Paris, France - La Bastille. Date: 1649

Background imageRamparts Collection: Paris, France - Bastille

Paris, France - Bastille. Date: circa 1600

Background imageRamparts Collection: Rumeli Hisari on the European Side of the Bosphorus, Turkey

Rumeli Hisari on the European Side of the Bosphorus, Turkey
The Rumeli Hisari, a Fortress on the European side of the Bosphorus. Built by Mehmet II 1451-1452 prior to his conquering of Constantinople. The castle was completed in 4 months

Background imageRamparts Collection: Thessaloniki, Greece - Panoramic View with Ramparts

Thessaloniki, Greece - Panoramic View with Ramparts
Thessaloniki, Greece - Panoramic View featuring the Ramparts of the Old Town and two rather unusual inset photographs showing a group of four Ottoman Turkish soldiers

Background imageRamparts Collection: Thessaloniki, Greece - The Ramparts

Thessaloniki, Greece - The Ramparts. Date: circa 1910s

Background imageRamparts Collection: Thessaloniki, Greece - Old City Walls and Heptapyrgion

Thessaloniki, Greece - Old City Walls and Heptapyrgion
A Hello from Thessaloniki - inset view of Old Thessaloniki with the old City Walls and Heptapyrgion (Citadel). Date: circa 1910s

Background imageRamparts Collection: Thessaloniki, Greece - Turkish Quarter and Citadel

Thessaloniki, Greece - Turkish Quarter and Citadel
WW1-era - Thessaloniki, Greece - Turkish Quarter and Citadel. Date: 1916

Background imageRamparts Collection: Thessaloniki, Greece - The Turkish Quarter

Thessaloniki, Greece - The Turkish Quarter, old city walls and hillside houses. Date: circa 1910s

Background imageRamparts Collection: Thessaloniki, Greece - Turkish Cafe behind the Ramparts

Thessaloniki, Greece - Turkish Cafe behind the Ramparts - Old City Citadel on the hilltop. Date: circa 1910s

Background imageRamparts Collection: Carcassonne, France - The lower walls of the South-east

Carcassonne, France - The lower walls of the South-east Date: circa 1910s



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