Charles Bridge VI Framed Print | Horstmann Designs, Photography Wall Art
Charles Bridge VI Framed Print | Horstmann Designs, Photography Wall Art
Charles Bridge VI Framed Print | Horstmann Designs, Photography Wall Art
Charles Bridge VI Framed Print | Horstmann Designs, Photography Wall Art
Charles Bridge VI Framed Print | Horstmann Designs, Photography Wall Art
Charles Bridge VI Framed Print | Horstmann Designs, Photography Wall Art
Charles Bridge VI Framed Print | Horstmann Designs, Photography Wall Art
Charles Bridge VI Framed Print | Horstmann Designs, Photography Wall Art
Charles Bridge VI Framed Print | Horstmann Designs, Photography Wall Art
Charles Bridge VI Framed Print | Horstmann Designs, Photography Wall Art
Horstmann Designs, Photography Wall Art

Charles Bridge VI Framed Print

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Charles Bridge VI. This photographic print shows the historic bridge that crosses the Moldau) river in Prague, Czech Republic. Its construction started in 1357 and was finished in the beginning of the 15th century. As the only means of crossing the river until 1841, Charles Bridge was the most important connection between Prague Castle and the city's Old Town. It is framed-to-order in your choice of size and frame color. (Photography by Boje "Bo" Horstmann)

  • Print Sizes - 11 x 14 inch, 16 x 20 inch
  • Art Material - Kodak Endura Premier Paper
  • Art Material Finish - Lustre
  • Mat Color - White
  • Mat Size - 2 inch
  • Frame Style - Contemporary
  • Frame Material - Solid Wood
  • Frame Thickness - 1.25 inch
  • Frame Depth - .8 inch
  • Finished Product Sizes - 17 x 20 inch, 22 x 26 inch
  • Frame Colors - Cherry, Walnut, Natural, Black, White

This city photography artwork is printed on premier paper with a lustre finish in your choice of size. It is stored behind scratch-resistant acrylic and finished with a custom-built solid wood contemporary frame in your choice of color. Comes ready to hang.


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