Wall murals of cities in different finishes
These fantastic city wall murals are ideal for decorating any place you want, a bedroom, the entrance hall of a house, an office, the lobby of a hotel or any other business, achieving a modern effect that is ideal for today's times. Choose your most suitable support for each place, self-adhesive to decorate the wall of the office, canvas to give a more nostalgic and close touch or translucent to place in a window, so that the light will enter highlighting its colours with the sun's rays, but will prevent them from seeing what is inside the room from outside.
Sticker murals of cities for all tastes.
Cities of the world wall mural on the Taj Mahal at dawn, considered the most beautiful example of a palace, a style that combines elements of Islamic, Persian, Indian and even Turkish architecture. Ideal for decorating a bedroom, despite being a funerary monument, the emperor Shah Jahan emptied the coffers to build this palace and remember forever the one who was his wife and favourite beloved Arjumand Banu Begum.
Decorative vinyl of the Sydney Opera House, the most famous building in Australia and one of the most famous in the world. This building was declared a World Heritage Site in 2007, designed by Danish architect Jorn Utzon and inaugurated by Queen Elizabeth II in 1973.
City sticker vinyl on Matsumoto Castle, located in the city of Matsumoto, Japan. It is one of the most original and striking architectures in existence. Known as the Raven Castle because of the black colour of its walls, it is one of the greatest exponents of hirajiro art.
Strasbourg wall mural, the capital of the Bas-Rhin department, is a French city located in the historical and cultural region of Alsace. In this wall mural we can see a beautiful scene with some candleholders next to the river Ill, in the background an old and romantic stone bridge crosses the same river, surrounded by buildings that seem to be taken out of a fairy tale, due to the architecture.
Tokyo wall mural, spectacular night image, where the true and current Japanese essence can be appreciated. Thousands of posters and advertisements decorate the city, filling its streets with colours, and the capture of the photograph is done in such a way that we can see the circulation of the cars along the central street as if it were a ghostly trail going back and forth.