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the Haram complex, Mecca
Dome of the Rock, Jerusalem (691-92)— umayyad
Great Mosque of Damascus, Syria, (709-15)— umayyad
Samarra, great mosque of al-mutawakkil, —abbasid
Great Mosque of Cordoba/la mezquita, Spain, ( )—Umayyad spain
Great Mosque of Cordoba, Spain, ( )— Umayyad spain
Mosque of ibn-tulun, cairo, c.876—tulunid
Mosque of al-azhar, cairo, c.972—fatimid
Tomb of Ismail the Samanid, Uzbekistan, c.907— central asian
Friday Mosque of Isfahan, Iran, (8 th -17 th century)—seljuk
Sultan Han caravanserai, kayseri, turkey, c.1250—seljuk turk
Tomb of Oljeytu, Sultaniya, iran, — ilkhanid
Funerary complex of sultan hassan, cairo, — mamluk
Alhambra palace, granada, 1370—nasrid
Registan square, samarkand, uzbekistan, Timurid
Qutb Complex, Delhi, c sultanate
Tomb of Shah-Rukn-i-Alam, Multan, sultanate
Fatehpur Sikri c —mughal
Diwan-i-Khas Fatehpur Sikri c —mughal
Anup Talau Fatehpur Sikri c —mughal
Fatehpur Sikri (c ) Jodh Bai Palace
Tomb of Akbar, Sikandra, 1613— mughal
Taj Mahal, Agra, —mughal
Taj Mahal, Agra, —mughal
Suleymaniye Mosque ( )
Asokan pillars, mauryan empire, c b.c.--buddhist
Rock-cut arch., lomas rsi, mauryan empire, c. 3 rd cent., b.c..--buddhist
Mahastupa at sanchi, mauryan empire, c. 1 st cent., b.c.--buddhist
Rock-cut arch., karli, c. 120., a.d.--buddhist
Rock-cut arch., ajanta, gupta empire, c. 390., a.d.--buddhist.
Rock-cut arch., temple at elephanta, c. 5 th century., a.d.--hIndu
Ratha at mamallapuram, chalukyan, c. 600., a.d.--hindu.
Parashurameshvara, bhubaneswar, c. 750—hindu (nagara)
mukteshvara, bhubaneswar, c. 10 th century—hindu (nagara)
Khandariya mahadeva, khanjuraho,
Rajarajehsvara, tanjapvur, c. 1003—hindu (dravidian)
Gangaikondacholisvaram, Tamilnadu c.1035—hindu (dravidian)
Airavatesvara temple at Darasuram, c.10 th -11 th century—hindu (dravidian)
Dilwara, mt. abu, c century--jain.
Temple of Adinatha, Ranakpur, c Jain.
Stupa of borobudur, syailendra dynasty, java, c.800, a.d.--buddhist.
Angkor wat, suryavarman ll, khmer/cambodia, c.12 th century, a.d.—hindu/buddhist.
Imam Mosque, Isfahan (Iran). Hassan II Mosque, Casablanca, Morocco.
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