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Masjed-e Jomeh (Friday Mosque), Isfahan

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NOTES: The Masjed-e Jomeh dates from the 9th to the 20th centuries, but the majority of its construction was during the Seljuq period from 1038-1194.

Masjed-e Sheikh Lotfollah, Isfahan: the tiled dome

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NOTES: Also known as the Masjid-i Shaykh Lutfallah, it was built 1603-1619 by Shakyk Bahai during the reign of Shah Abbas I.

Madrasa Madar-i Shah, Isfahan: dome and minarets

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NOTES: The English name for the building is the Theological College of the Mother of the Shah.

Masjed-e Shah, Isfahan: the courtyard

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NOTES: The Masjed-e Shah (Shah Mosque) is also known as the Imam Mosque after the 1979 Islamic revolution in Iran. It was built 1611-1629, during the reign of Shah Abbas I.

Madrasa Madar-i Shah, Isfahan: the dome

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NOTES: The English name for the building is the Theological College of the Mother of the Shah.

Madrasa Madar-i Shah, Isfahan: dome and minarets

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NOTES: The English name for the building is the Theological College of the Mother of the Shah.

Madrasa Madar-i Shah, Isfahan: minarets

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NOTES: The English name for the building is the Theological College of the Mother of the Shah.

Great Mosque (Mezquita), Cordoba: Puerta de Al Hakam II on the west wall

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NOTES: This former mosque became a place of Christian worship in 1236 when Cordoba was captured from the Moors by King Ferdinand III of Castile and the cathedral was built inside it largely in the 1520s.

Hagia Sophia (Ayasofya Museum), Istanbul

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Anthemius of Tralles
NOTES: The Church of the Holy Wisdom, known as Hagia Sophia in Greek, Sancta Sophia in Latin, and Ayasofya or Aya Sofya in Turkish, was a Byzantine church until 1453 when Sultan Mehmet the Conqueror made it his imperial mosque. In 1934 the mosque was secularized and turned into the Ayasofya Museum.

Sultan Ahmet Camii (Blue Mosque), Istanbul

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Mehmet Aga, Sedefkar (1550-1622)
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