Mudejar architecture

Mudejar architecture

(1200–1300)
A Spanish style created by the Moors while under Christian domination, characterized by a fusion of Romanesque and Gothic styles but retaining some Islamic elements, such as the horseshoe arch.
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Mudejar architecture

A Spanish style created by Moors under Christian domination in the 13th and 14th cent., but retaining Islamic elements such as the horseshoe arch.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Architecture and Construction. Copyright © 2003 by McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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The exhibition "Expressions of Arab Architecture in Mexico" is composed of 30 photographs of Mudejar architecture monuments, such as the convent of San Gabriel in Puebla, built in 1540 during the Spanish colonial period in Mexico.
Open by appointment only, the tiny space, also by Sn0hetta, pays homage to the Mudejar architecture of the city of Cordova, home to the world's first guild of cordwainers.
It is a place of history, particularly from when it was occupied by Moors from North Africa, giving riwRh th pim HNc rise to slender-arched Mudejar architecture and white-washed hilltop towns such as beautiful Ronda.
Mudejar architecture represents a relatively seamless continuation of the <<local, living urban architecture>>, in the words of David Raizman (78).
Hopefully, windmills, castles, Mudejar architecture and monasteries will never rival sun, sea and sangria.
On a massive rock in the hills behind Lisbon, It was the country seat of the kings of Portugal, and their palace, which dominates the village, is memorable not only for its fantastic conical kitchen chimneys, but for the intricacy of Its Mudejar architecture: a subtle blend of Classical and Arab themes.