Poster The Quays of Cognac
55,00€ – 77,00€
Immerse yourself in the history of the city of Cognac with this magnificent illustration of the quays of the Charente, created by the artist Lotza. Admire the beauty of the river that runs through the city and has played a key role in the history of cognac production. Boats and traditional houses bring to life this iconic scene of the city, from the Pont neuf to the Hennessy Cognac house.
The city of Cognac is famous worldwide for its brandy, which has been produced in the region for centuries. The city itself was founded in the 10th century and developed thanks to its location on the Charente River, which allowed the transportation of goods and building materials. The city’s docks were built to facilitate river trade, and have been the site of many commercial and cultural activities over the years.
Today, the quays of the Charente are a popular place to stroll, jog or simply enjoy the view of the river. The city of Cognac has preserved its historical heritage with many remarkable buildings and monuments such as the Saint-Pierre cathedral and the Saint-Léger church, witnesses of its rich medieval past.
Treat yourself to a piece of history with this Lotza illustration of the quays of Cognac, which perfectly captures the atmosphere of this iconic city in the Charente region.
The illustration is available in 12x37in and 19.7x59in.
Below you will find some settings to see the posters framed.
Each poster is shipped in a cardboard tube, rolled up and protected by bubble wrap.
The frame is not included in the order.