Damascus, Syria

Mosque in Damascus, the capital of Syria. Damascus is the oldest continuously inhabited city in the world.

Islamic Architecture.

Ceiling of Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates

Mosaics,ISLAMIC ART AND ARCHITECTURE - Explore the World with Travel Nerd Nici, one Country at a Time. http://TravelNerdNici.com

Nasir al-Mulk Mosque - Shiraz, Iran i love the tall structural beams within the space and the pattern which flows from the floor to the walls up to the ceiling

Nine Bridges Country Club / Shigeru Ban Architects

Nine Bridges Country Club / Shigeru Ban Architects

Texture and Pattern // wood pattern on wall // Nine Bridges Country Club / Shigeru Ban Architects

Islamic Design, Arabesque and Geometry

Arabesque geometry tutorial by majnouna on deviantART

Pattern in Islamic Art - Sheik Lotfallah Mosque, Iran, ceramic tile

Image IRA 0135 featuring interior dome from the Sheik Lotfallah Mosque, in Isfahan, Iran, showing Floriated Arabesque using ceramic tiles, mosaic or pottery.

iran79: Iran - Tehran - bazar mosque - tiles - photo by M.Torres - (c) Travel-Images.com - Stock Photography agency - Image Bank

Iran - Tehran - bazar mosque - tiles - photo by M.Torres - (c)…

Hama (Syria): nories Wow! #Syria #syrian #middleeast #islam #arab #Kurd #rojava #Damascus #Aleppo #Nowar #peace #assad

Hama (Syria): nories (water wheels) by tango-

Sebastià Giralt, The Jāmeh Mosque of Yazd, Iran

Sebastià Giralt, The Jāmeh Mosque of Yazd, Iran: Color

bella-luna-cha-cha: Incredible decorative Arabesques are the most often used decorations.

F&O Fabforgottennobility - bella-luna-cha-cha: Morocco

Photo By M.Montague http://www.mmontague.com/ Islamic Architecture

Ornate fountain in Morocco It is the Art and Architecture purely Moroccan.

Wall tiling decoration of Qasr Radwan, Cairo, 17th century.

Wall tiling decoration of Qasr Radwan, Cairo, C. From The Influence of Islamic Decoration on the Victorians

Beautiful Islamic Architecture

Borobudur Silhouette in an Islamic Architecture

Detail of a shamsa from a Safavid Shahnameh (Iran, 16th century).

Detail of a shamsa from a Safavid Shahnameh (Iran, century) turkish art persian rug art

Camel riders crossing under the Arch of Hadrian in Palmyra, Syria (by roba66).

♕ through the Arch of Hadrian - Palmyra, Syria Camel riders passed through the Arch of Hadrian in the evening light and said “Ciao”.

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