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"Minarets: Architectural Marvels Across Continents" Aya Sofya (Hagia Sophia) Sultanahmet: The iconic minaret of Istanbul's Hagia Sophia stands tall

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War Office and Tower of Seraskerat, Istanbul Turkey
Vintage 19th century photograph: War Office and Tower of Seraskerat, Constantinople, Istanbul Turkey

Background imageMinaret Collection: Aya Sofya (Hagia Sophia) Sultanahmet

Aya Sofya (Hagia Sophia) Sultanahmet, UNESCO World Heritage site, Istanbul, Turkey Elevated view of Aya Sofya (Sancta Sophia), illuminated at dusk, in Sultanahmet

Background imageMinaret Collection: A Street Scene in Cairo, by Charles Robertson

A Street Scene in Cairo, by Charles Robertson (1844-1891)

Background imageMinaret Collection: Tallinn, Estonia, Baltic States, Europe

Tallinn, Estonia, Baltic States, Europe

Background imageMinaret Collection: Hagia Sophia, Ayasofya, UNESCO World Heritage Site, European side, Istanbul, Turkey

Hagia Sophia, Ayasofya, UNESCO World Heritage Site, European side, Istanbul, Turkey

Background imageMinaret Collection: Taj Mahal, Built by Shah Jahan in memory of Mumtaz Mahal (his wife). Agra, Uttar Pradesh

Taj Mahal, Built by Shah Jahan in memory of Mumtaz Mahal (his wife). Agra, Uttar Pradesh, India

Background imageMinaret Collection: Samarra Minaret

Samarra Minaret, Iraq

Background imageMinaret Collection: View over buildings from city centre towards Alborz Mountains, Tehran, Iran, Middle East

View over buildings from city centre towards Alborz Mountains, Tehran, Iran, Middle East

Background imageMinaret Collection: General view and Minaret of the Bride, Damascus, Holy Land

General view and Minaret of the Bride, Damascus, Holy Land, (i.e. Syria). Date between ca. 1890 and ca. 1900

Background imageMinaret Collection: Seville Cathedral and La Giralda

Seville Cathedral and La Giralda, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Plaza Virgen de los Reyes, Santa Cruz district, Seville, Andalusia, Spain, Europe

Background imageMinaret Collection: The Taj Mahal at dawn

The Taj Mahal at dawn, Agra, Uttar Pradesh, India

Background imageMinaret Collection: Aya Sofia (Hagia Sophia)

Aya Sofia (Hagia Sophia), Sultanhamet, Istanbul, Turkey

Background imageMinaret Collection: Kyrenia Harbour, Cyprus

Kyrenia Harbour, Cyprus circa 1960s

Background imageMinaret Collection: GMDE2A-00032

GMDE2A-00032
Baghdad straddling the Tigris River. Hand-colored woodcut of a 19th-century illustration

Background imageMinaret Collection: Street and bay, Philippeville (Skikda), Algeria

Street and bay, Philippeville (Skikda), Algeria
Street with a view of the bay, Philippeville (Skikda), Algeria. Date: circa 1932

Background imageMinaret Collection: Narrow street in Kut Al Amara, Mesopotamia, WW1

Narrow street in Kut Al Amara, Mesopotamia, WW1
A narrow street in Kut Al Amara, Mesopotamia (now Iraq), during the First World War. Date: circa 1915-1918

Background imageMinaret Collection: Ankara - Turkey

Ankara - Turkey
Ankara. The capital city and administrative centre of Turkey, located in Central Anatolia. Established before 1200BC by the Hittites

Background imageMinaret Collection: Poster advertising Casablanca

Poster advertising Casablanca
Poster for the PLM, advertising Casablanca, Morocco

Background imageMinaret Collection: Israel, Jerusalem, View of Muslim Quarter

Israel, Jerusalem, View of Muslim Quarter

Background imageMinaret Collection: Nizwa fort, Oman

Nizwa fort, Oman

Background imageMinaret Collection: Everning light shine over Hagia Sophia

Everning light shine over Hagia Sophia

Background imageMinaret Collection: Turkey - Kars - 10th century Armenian Church and Kars Canal

Turkey - Kars - 10th century Armenian Church and Kars Canal
The 10th century Armenian Church of the Holy Apostles and Minaret at Kars, Turkey viewed fom the Castle/Citadel Mount. Originally an Armenian capital

Background imageMinaret Collection: Doha Islamic Center, Doha, Qatar, Middle East

Doha Islamic Center, Doha, Qatar, Middle East

Background imageMinaret Collection: The Golden Tower, Seville, Spain, from Spanish Pictures by Reverend Samuel Manning

The Golden Tower, Seville, Spain, from Spanish Pictures by Reverend Samuel Manning
KW268382 The Golden Tower, Seville, Spain, from Spanish Pictures by Reverend Samuel Manning, published in 1870 (engraving) by English School

Background imageMinaret Collection: Qutub minar

Qutub minar
Qutub Minar, at 74 meters, is the tallest brick minaret in the world, and the second tallest minar in India. Qutub Minar, along with the ancient and medieval monuments surrounding it

Background imageMinaret Collection: Thessaloniki, Greece - Church of St Demetrios

Thessaloniki, Greece - Church of St Demetrios Date: circa 1910s

Background imageMinaret Collection: The Call to Prayer - Constantinople

The Call to Prayer - Constantinople
The Hodja upon the minaret calling the believers to prayer at Constantinople, Turkey

Background imageMinaret Collection: Minarets and church towers symbolise religions of former Turkish town, Mostar

Minarets and church towers symbolise religions of former Turkish town, Mostar, Bosnia Herzegovinia, Europe



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"Minarets: Architectural Marvels Across Continents" Aya Sofya (Hagia Sophia) Sultanahmet: The iconic minaret of Istanbul's Hagia Sophia stands tall, a symbol of the city's rich history and cultural fusion. A Street Scene in Cairo, by Charles Robertson: Amidst the bustling streets of Cairo, minarets rise gracefully into the sky, offering a glimpse into Egypt's vibrant Islamic heritage. Tallinn, Estonia, Baltic States, Europe: Surprising yet captivating, Tallinn boasts an enchanting skyline adorned with minarets that reflect the city's diverse architectural influences. Hagia Sophia, Ayasofya: As a UNESCO World Heritage Site on Istanbul's European side, this majestic structure showcases its grandeur through its magnificent minarets. Taj Mahal: Standing as an eternal testament to love and devotion, the Taj Mahal is crowned by elegant white marble minarets that add grace to its already breathtaking silhouette. Samarra Minaret: Rising above ancient ruins in Iraq lies the towering Samarra Minaret—a remarkable example of Islamic architecture from centuries past. Tehran Cityscape: From the heart of Iran's capital city emerges a mesmerizing view where modern buildings harmoniously coexist with traditional Persian elements like ornate minarets against the backdrop of Alborz Mountains. Damascus' Holy Land Charm: The General View and Minaret of the Bride in Damascus transport visitors back in time to experience religious significance intertwined with architectural brilliance. Seville Cathedral and La Giralda: In Spain's Andalusian gem Seville stands La Giralda—an awe-inspiring former mosque turned cathedral featuring an intricately designed minaret that captivates all who behold it. The Blue Mosque & Beyond .