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Mosque in the old city, Aleppo, Syria

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The Citadel of Aleppo, Syria. A UNESCO World Heritage site, excavations have shown it was a neo-Hittite acropolis. Major restructuring work took place in the late and early century. Islamic World, Islamic Art, Islamic Quotes, Architecture Wallpaper, Islamic Wallpaper, Aleppo, Geometric Art, Historical Sites, World Heritage Sites

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Фото Сирии начала 20 века и ранее... Цитадель в Алеппо. Арка ворот Баб аль-Шарки в Дамаске. Мечеть Омейядов в Дамаске. Сокровищница Куббат аль-Хазна в мечети Омейядов. Улица в Дамаске. Северная сторона мечети Омейядов в Дамаске - человек ходит по крышам домов, пристроенных к мечети.…

The double arched facade of the hawd is all that remains of this fountain and watering trough built by al-Rahman in the 18th century. The hawd today is occupied by workshops and living units. The two large arches of the facade are supported by a central granite column, and the openings have been closed up. Two brick domes have collapsed and the roof is a temporary wooden structure. Two rear arches and a granite column in the rear, mirroring the facade, are intact. Cairo, Arches, 18th Century, Granite, Facade, Egypt, Fountain, Brick, Two By Two

Sabil wa Hawd 'Abd al-Rahman Katkhuda Cairo, Egypt

The double arched facade of the hawd is all that remains of this fountain and watering trough built by al-Rahman in the 18th century. The hawd today is occupied by workshops and living units. The two large arches of the facade are supported by a central granite column, and the openings have been closed up. Two brick domes have collapsed and the roof is a temporary wooden structure. Two rear arches and a granite column in the rear, mirroring the facade, are intact.