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Volcano Greeting Card featuring the photograph Mt. Etna and Gangi by Richard Gehlbach

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Mt. Etna and Gangi Greeting Card

Richard Gehlbach

by Richard Gehlbach

$4.95

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Our greeting cards are 5" x 7" in size and are produced on digital offset printers using 100 lb. paper stock. Each card is coated with a UV protectant on the outside surface which produces a semi-gloss finish. The inside of each card has a matte white finish and can be customized with your own message up to 500 characters in length. Each card comes with a white envelope for mailing or gift giving.

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Numerous ethnic groups have influenced the history of Sicily. Sicily at times has been controlled by the Romans, Vandal and Ostrogoth, Byzantine and... more

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Comments (2)

Johanna Hurmerinta

Johanna Hurmerinta

Wonderful! Fv

Doug Norkum

Doug Norkum

Perhaps you would consider submitting the gorgeous image to my group “Stitched Panoramas”.

Richard Gehlbach replied:

I saw your group and joined after I posted this picture, thanks for the reminder it sounds like an interesting group for me.

Artist's Description

Numerous ethnic groups have influenced the history of Sicily. Sicily at times has been controlled by the Romans, Vandal and Ostrogoth, Byzantine and Islamic powers, but also experiencing important periods of independence, as under the Siceliotes of Greek origin and later as the autonomous Emirate then Kingdom of Sicily. Roger II, belonging to the Siculo-Norman family of Hauteville, founded the Kingdom in 1130. Gangi's origins have been connected to the ancient Greek city of Engyon, or Herbita, but this theory remains unconfirmed. As the theory goes, Engyon was founded by Byzantines (Greeks 460-700AD) who came to Sicily. They were eventually stranded when their ships were burned during conflicts with the current occupants of Sicily. Never to return home they founded Engyon at the site where Gangi is now located. Although this theory remains unconfirmed, archaeological excavations under the Abbey of Gangivecchio in old Gangi confirm traces of a former Roman presence. The curren...

About Richard Gehlbach

Richard Gehlbach

Two of my passions are traveling and photography. I caught the traveling bug when I was in the military. The love for photography actually developed when I was trying to capture memories of my children as they were growing older. What better way to spend my retirement than to travel and try to improve my photographic skills. I hope you enjoy these photographs. Photographs can enhance the beauty of your home or office. They can bring light into a room or happiness into your heart. If any of these photographs or those of other artists are of interest to you, simply click on the photograph to review purchasing options. Thanks for visiting.

 

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