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Moorish revival (redirected from Neo-Moorish architecture)
A revival style using horseshoe arches and multifoil window tracery.
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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Empain chose a neo-Moorish architecture
that suited the local climate and culture, paying heed to the social needs of the wealthy clientele he intended to attract.