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Al-Andalus architecture in Muslim Spain
Transcript of Al-Andalus architecture in Muslim Spain
Domestic architecture. FORMS Mediterranean and Middle Eastern climates The Ottomans GARDENS Islam came to have a significant influence on garden design.
The concept of paradise garden was commonly used the Persian gardens, as well as Charbagh garden of Mughal architecture. Arabs Architecture Forms and Styles of mosques and buildings in Muslim countries Al-Andalus Architecture in Muslim Spain Moorish Architecture Moorish architecture - a style of architecture common in Spain from the 13th to 16th centuries; characterized by horseshoe-shaped arches Al-Andalus Architecture We can explore the Al-Andalus architecture in 5 different eras. Aljafería Best buildings of Al-Andalus in Muslim Spain Medina Azahara •A Golden Age: The Caliphate •The Age of the Petty Kings Merida Bobastro Great Mosque of Córdoba The extension of the Friday Mosque •The Visigothic Kingdom at the Beginning of the 8th Century Nasrid Architecture in the City The Alhambra Sultanate of Granada. •The Rule of the Nasrids •The Period of Berber Domination Palaces and Fortresses In Islamic architecture architects use verses from the holy book of Islam, Quran, because of expression of spiritual concepts. Calligraphy Bibliography
Barrucand, Marianne; Bednorz, Achim. Moorish Architecture in Andalusia. Taschen. p. 240 pages. ISBN 3-8228-2116-0.
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http://www.islamonline.net/servlet/Satellite?c=Article_C&cid=1158658332974&pagename=Zone-English-ArtCulture%2FACELayout A Tour of Architecture in Islamic Cities Thank you for listen...:) Rana Tınarlıoğlu
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