The Lighthouse in Acre (Akko, Northern Israel). (2019)
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Aside from coastal trading, it was also an important waypoint on the region’s coastal road and the road cutting inland along the Jezreel Valley. During the Early Bronze Age, the first settlement was abandoned after a few centuries, but a large town was established during the Middle Bronze Age. Continuously inhabited since then, it is among the oldest continuously-inhabited settlements on Earth. However, it has been subject to conquest and destruction several times and survived as little more than a large village for centuries at a time.
Acre was an important city during the Crusades and was the site of several battles. It was the last city held by the Crusaders in the Levant before it was captured in 1291.
The Lighthouse is located in the old seaport of the city with very picturesque surroundings.
The Lighthouse in Acre | Akko | Nothern Israel |
The photograph is made in a very high resolution, which provides exceptional prints.
|Dimensions||50 × 6 × 6 cm|
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Art-Paper (Hahnemuehle Photo Rag Baryta 315g), Canvas (Hahnemuhle art canvas Smooth 370g) stretched on a wooden frame, Photo Paper (Fujifilm Photo Paper Glossy 240 or Matte)
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