House of Abdu’llah Pasha

House of Abdu’l Pasha

The house of Abdu’llah  Pasha was formally the residence of the Governor of Akka, and later home of Abdu’l-Baha from 1896 to 1910. It was the birthplace of Shoghi Effendi  on 1st March in 1897 and it was here the remains of the Bab were concealed for ten years before being moved to the Shrine on Mount Carmel. It was also here the first group of Western pilgrims met Abdu’l- Baha in 1898 and Abdul- Baha’s table talks were recorded and published as Some Answered Questions. It was also where Abdu’l- Baha wrote His first will and Testament. It is now a place of pilgrimage.

This limited edition giclèe print measuring 18” x 24” on acid-free museum quality paper, numbered and signed by the artist is available for $75. This includes free shipping & handling worldwide.

This is a limited edition giclèe print measuring 20” x 32” on acid-free museum quality paper, numbered and signed by the artist is available for $115. This includes free shipping & handling worldwide.

A print on canvas of this original painting of “House of Abdu’l Pasha” measuring         20” x 16” stretched, hand embellished, repainted to perfection and varnished  by the artist ready for display with all the appearance of the original oil painting is available for $900. (Please allow a one month turnaround for the oil paint and varnish to dry with this order.) This includes free shipping & handling worldwide.

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