Exclusive to Stanfords.
Egyptian guides with European tourists at the Sphinx of Giza, Egypt, 1867 by an unknown photographer. This monolith has a lion’s body with the face of a man and stands at 241ft long, 20ft wide and 2,065ft high. It is located to the northeast of Khafre’s Valley Temple on the west bank of the Nile, near modern-day Cairo, Egypt.
Printed on matte archival quality photographic paper and cardboard mounted.
* About this range:
Exclusive to Stanfords, the Royal Geographical Society (with IBG) has selected a range of vintage photographs of travel and exploration. The images are from the Society’s prestigious archive collection.
As they are printed from the original negative, there is only a limited amount available.
|London Store||3 in stock|
|Bristol Store||Out of stock|
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