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Interior: Here the inside of the Islamic Studies centre can be seen, with spots of light dancing over the ceiling and elegant lettering towering over the faithful
Mosque in Education City, Watar: The Mihrab features a golden texture and a Qur’anic ayah which translates as: “So turn your face toward al-Masjid al-Haram. And wherever you [believers] are, turn your faces toward it [in prayer].” 2:144
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محراب مسجد بكرواتيا
Mihrab wall in Assyafaah Mosque, Singapore.
الله سندك حين ينفض الجميع يده منك ، الله نُّورك حين تمشي وحيدًا في مكان مظلم ، الله صوتك حين تدعي بخفاء من قلبّك ؛ كُن لله يكن لك كل شيء
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Jumaa Mosque female prayer hall
Details of the simple, geometric aesthetic of Yeşil Vadi Mosque, Istanbul, Turkey. Built in 2010 and designed by Adnan Kazmaoğlu.
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The main hall of Sancaklar Mosque in Istanbul, Turkey. A simple, cave-like space 7 meters below ground with exposed stone and concrete walls. Designed by Emre Arolat Architects (EAA) and built in 2011. Photos by Bünyamin Salman, via Flickr.:
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The prayer hall of Şakirin Mosque in Istanbul, Turkey. Decorative motifs derived from Seljuk art. Interior designer: Zeynep Fadıllıoğlu