Moslem architecture

Muslim architecture, Muhammadan architecture, Saracenic architecture

Architecture developed from the 7th to the 16th cent. A.D., in the wake of the Muhammadan conquests of Syria and Egypt, Mesopotamia and Iran, North
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As a consequence, it has some of India's most magnificent Moslem architecture. And while Bidar in the far northeast is remote, its Persian-style mosques, mausoleums and impressive fort are a revelation for those prepared to make the effort.
During the Crusades, a compromise was reached with the Franks and despite the wars, Damascus was able to expand with a vast amount of religious, civil, funereal and commercial building - some of the best examples of Moslem architecture in existence.