A black and white impression of Lake Garda, with a view of the fairytale castle of Malcesine.
The castle was built in the 12th century and has been enthroned dreamily above the picturesque town of Malcesine ever since.
It gained fame not only because of its idyllic location on the shores of Lake Garda, but also through Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, who visited Malcesine on his trip to Italy and sketched the castle (which, however, promptly brought him accusations of espionage…).
Today, the Scaliger Castle (Castello Scaligero) is a popular museum and the landmark of Malcesine on Lake Garda.
Malcesine Castle as Canvas Picture
Get this beautiful motif as a canvas picture and bring the unique atmosphere of Malcesine directly into your living room or office.
Give yourself (or another loved one) the gift of joy and inspiration – with a picture that brings back fond memories and puts a smile on your face every day.
Whether as XXL wall picture or in mini format – each picture is individually and lovingly handcrafted in museum quality for you.
Get your favourite motif as a canvas picture – a real piece of Malcesine for your home or office.
These are your benefits:
– You pay no shipping costs within Germany. We even deliver large-format pictures to you (by special shipping company) free of shipping costs. Promise!
– You buy directly from an independent photo artist without a middleman. This way you benefit from fair prices – and you sustainably support creative work and locally rooted family businesses.
– You will receive your picture ready to hang on a stretcher frame. This saves you time and money, because you don’t need any additional framing. Simply unpack, attach, enjoy!
– And the most beautiful thing: The smile that this picture brings to your face.
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