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Damghan

(born 1982) - song writer * Husayn ibn Talib al-Damghani, architect-engineer, built the tomb over the grave of Muhammad ibn Ja'far (Muhammad ibn Ja'far al-Sadiq (Al-Dibaj)) in Bastam <


Bagan

a favourite theme in the Bagan period. The original Indic design was gradually modified first by the Pyu (Pyu people), and then by Burmans at Bagan where the ''stupa'' gradually developed a longer, cylindrical form. The earliest Bagan ''stupas'' such as the Bupaya (c


Jalalabad

11th chapterurl http: archive.org stream encyclopaediabri15chisrich#page 130 mode 2up chapter Jalalabad ;Published in the 21st century * *


Fes

editor C. Edmund Bosworth year 2007 publisher Koninklijke Brill location Leiden chapter Fez * External links


Anuradhapura

Department of Sri Lanka. p.&nbsp;310, 1994. *S. M. Burrows, ''The Buried Cities of Ceylon - A Guide Book to Anuradhapura and Polonaruwa'' Reprint, p.&nbsp;120, 1999. External links *UNESCO World Heritage List - Sacred City of Anuradhapura *Anuradhapura Case-Study by students of School of Planning &amp

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Kuwait City

in the Arabian Peninsula. Beginning in 1936, Kuwait was the first Gulf country to grant scholarships in the arts. The Kuwaiti artist Mojeb al-Dousari was the earliest recognized visual artist in the Gulf region.


Balkh

publication-date 1885 chapterurl http: www.archive.org stream cyclopaediaofind01balfuoft#page 248 mode 2up chapter Balkh ;Published in the 21st century * * Explore Balkh


Chicago Loop

title Art &amp; Architecture: Wrigley Square and Millennium Monument (Peristyle) accessdate 2008-06-03 publisher City of Chicago It contains the '''Millennium Monument''', a nearly full-sized replica of the semicircle of paired Greek Doric (Doric order)-style columns (called a peristyle) that originally sat in this area of Grant Park (Grant Park (Chicago)), near Michigan Avenue and Randolph Street, between 1917 and 1953. The square also


Islamabad

name "M. Bloom" A Greek firm of architects, Konstantinos Apostolos Doxiadis, designed the master plan of the city based on a grid plan which


Jerusalem

by the Ayyubids in 1247. From 1260 to 1517, Jerusalem was ruled by the Mamluk (Mamluk Sultanate (Cairo))s. During


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