BYBLOS
Byblos, also known as Jubayl or Jebeil, is believed to be first occupied between 8800 and 7000 BC and continuously inhabited since 5000 BC. Byblos is listed as a candidate for the world’s oldest city. Numerous civilisations have come and gone, including the ancient Egyptian, Assyrian, Persian, Hellenistic and Roman, Fatimid, Genoese, Mamluk and Ottoman. Byblos is UNESCO World Heritage Site. The photograph was captured from the rooftop of a hotel.

Beno Saradzic

Print Only: $7,000.00
Framed Print: $7,276.48
Print Size: 1599x700 mm
Frame Size: 1800x900 mm
Paper Type: Canson® Infinity Baryta Prestige 340gsm
Frame Colour: Black
Exhibit: POS BS 330 12

 

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BYBLOS

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Byblos, also known as Jubayl or Jebeil, is believed to be first occupied between 8800 and 7000 BC and continuously inhabited since 5000 BC. Byblos is listed as a candidate for the world’s oldest city. Numerous civilisations have come and gone, including the ancient Egyptian, Assyrian, Persian, Hellenistic and Roman, Fatimid, Genoese, Mamluk and Ottoman. Byblos is UNESCO World Heritage Site. The photograph was captured from the rooftop of a hotel.

Photographer:
Beno Saradzic

Print Only: $7,000.00

Framed Print: $7,276.48

Print Size: 1599x700 mm

Frame Size: 1800x900 mm

Exhibit: POS BS 330 12

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