Moorish revival

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Moorish revival

A revival style using horseshoe arches and multifoil window tracery.

Moorish Revival

A rarely used mode of Exotic Revival architecture from about 1845 to 1890. Usually characterized by the use of horseshoe arches, multifoil arches, and window tracery.
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The national Holocaust Memorial Museum in the heart of the Washington cityscape stands where a Moorish style synagogue would have stood in pre-Nazi Germany: close to the civic center, though admittedly still just a little to the side.
The original 1927 Moorish style main house & adjacent buildings have been meticulously restored, showcasing the original Spanish tiles & carved coral architectural details.
A friend and I visited Sunset's Southern California Idea House in Valencia ("Spanish Moorish Style," October, page 87).
The property, built in Moorish style, is set on a cliff-top near Albufeira with direct beach access via a lift and stairs.
In the nineteenth century, the Russian Empire enhanced its presence in Georgia bringing in Neo-Classical style, features of the Renaissance and Baroque and Moorish style, together with Art Nouveau and pseudo-Georgian styles which prevailed later.
In the design of the Moorish style synagogue in America, Jewish and non-Jewish architects quoted heavily from the influence of Medieval Spain.
Constructed in 1930 by Lord Bute, the El Minzah Hotel was built to reflect the Moorish style of Tangier.
Abo Alez Restaurant and its mazzas came to mind as we dined in the Alhambra Palace Hotel -- a Moorish style red-ochre palace overlooking the renowned Alhambra Palace.
mining the ``white gold'' that would spawn the romance of 20-mule teams and the 1950s TV show ``Death Valley Days'' (hosted by Ronald Reagan), constructed the building in a Moorish style in the late 1920s, employing a Spanish stonemason and Paiute and Shoshone adobe-brick craftsmen.
The synagogue's Moorish style flaunted both the "pride of Jewishness" and the social confidence to project such difference.
The room inside was lighted by a single lamp and was beautifully furnished in the Moorish style.