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Beautiful Tile Art from the shrine of famous Sufi Saint - Hazrat Sachal Sarmast located in village Daraza of district Khairpur Mirs, Sindh, Pakistan. This tile work from Pakistan is famously known as "Kashi-gari".

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I love seeing how art and design are so richly and deeply a part of other cultures and every day life - something like a doorway can be stunning and remarkable. Fez, Morocco - Brass Door and Tile Work at the Royal Palace, Dar al-Makhzen

Dar al-Jam’i  Hegira 1298–1300 / AD 1880–2, Alawid Meknès, Morocco. circa late 19th century. Built by viziers close to Sultan Hasan I.  Given to the State at the beginning of the 20th century  used as a military hospital by the Protectorate before being converted into the Meknès Museum of Traditional Arts and Crafts in 1926.

Dar al-Jam’i Hegira / AD Alawid Meknès, Morocco “” Built in the late century by a family of viziers close to Sultan Hasan I, Dar Jam'i covers a huge area and has sumptuously.

parrhisia: “ Abandoned glass botanical garden in England ”

First Pic : Abandoned Victorian Style Greenhouse, Villa Maria, in northern Italy near Lake Como. Photo taken in 1985 by Friedhelm Thomas. Update : The greenhouse has since been restored.

Alhambra - Granada, Spain by Elton Menezes

La Alhambra in Granada, Spain. The Moors knew a thing or two about design. Especially geometric Necessary to maintain Islamic rules about non figurative art.

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