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General view of Obelisk of Theodosius (Obelisk of Tuthmosis III) and minarets of Blue Mosque. Istanbul, Turkey. 2012 April 23.
Close view of The Obelisk of Theodosius (Obelisk of Tuthmosis III). Istanbul, Turkey. 2012 April 23.
Obelisk of Theodosius (Obelisk of Tuthmosis III). Istanbul, Turkey. 2012 April 23.
Courtyard door detail. Blue Mosque. Istanbul, Turkey. 2012 April 23.
Quranic inscription carved in marble on mosque portal. Blue Mosque. Istanbul, Turkey. 2012 April 23.
Quranic inscription. Blue Mosque. Istanbul, Turkey. 2012 April 23.
Close view of Blue Mosque. Istanbul, Turkey. 2012 April 23.
One of the minarets of Blue Mosque. Istanbul, Turkey. 2012 April 23.
Door detail. Blue Mosque. Istanbul, Turkey. 2012 April 23.
Door handle. Blue Mosque. Istanbul, Turkey. 2012 April 23.
Courtyard of Blue Mosque. Istanbul, Turkey. 2012 April 23.
Halilu'r Rahman Mosque. Urfa, Turkey. 2012 April 21.
View of the courtyard of Halilu'r Rahman Mosque and the Pool of Abraham (Balikli Göl). Urfa, Turkey. 2012 April 21.
Courtyard of Halilu'r Rahman Mosque from Pool of Abraham (Balikli Göl). Urfa, Turkey. 2012 April 21.
Courtyard of Halilu'r Rahman Mosque and Pool of Abraham (Balikli Göl). Urfa, Turkey. 2012 April 21. The legendary Pool of Abraham (Balıklıgöl) where Abraham was thrown into the fire by Nimrod. The pool is in the courtyard of the Halilu'r Rahman Mosque, built by the Ayyubids in 1211.
Halilu'r Rahman Mosque and the Pool of Abraham (Balikli Göl). Urfa, Turkey. 2012 April 21. The legendary Pool of Abraham (Balıklıgöl) where Abraham was thrown into the fire by Nimrod. 
The pool is in the courtyard of the Halilu'r Rahman Mosque, built by the Ayyubids in 1211.
General view of the Pool of Abraham (Balikli Göl) and Halilu'r Rahman Mosque. Urfa, Turkey. 2012 April 21. The legendary Pool of Abraham (Balıklıgöl) where Abraham was thrown into the fire by Nimrod. 
The pool is in the courtyard of the Halilu'r Rahman Mosque, built by the Ayyubids in 1211.
Whirling dervishes at Yenikapi Mevlevihanesi. Istanbul, Turkey. 2011 December 01.
Emperor's Mosque (Careva Džamija, Hünkâr Camii). Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina. 2011 July 16. Careva Džamija (Hünkâr Camii) is an important landmark in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, being the first mosque to be built in 1457 after the Ottoman conquest of Bosnia. It is the largest single-subdome mosque in Bosnia and Herzegovina, built in the classical Ottoman style of the era. It was built by one Isaković-Hranušić who dedicated it to the Sultan, Mehmed the Conqueror, the conqueror of...
Star and crescent carved on a mosque's ablution fountain. Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina. 2011 July 06. The star and crescent symbol only became associated with Islam in the mid-20th century, following its use in the national flags of various successor states of the Ottoman Empire.
Ottoman Cemetery. Veliki Park, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina. 2011 July 16.
Minaret of Emperor's Mosque (Careva Džamija, Hünkâr Camii). Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina. 2011 July 16. Careva Džamija (Hünkâr Camii) is an important landmark in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, being the first mosque to be built in 1457 after the Ottoman conquest of Bosnia. It is the largest single-subdome mosque in Bosnia and Herzegovina, built in the classical Ottoman style of the era. It was built by one Isaković-Hranušić who dedicated it to the Sultan, Mehmed the Conqueror, the conqueror...
The German Fountain (Alman Çeşmesi) (Deutscher Brunnen) is a gazebo styled fountain in the northern end of old hippodrome (Sultanahmet Square), Istanbul, Turkey.  It was constructed to commemorate the second anniversary of German Emperor Wilhelm II's visit to Istanbul in 1898. It was built in Germany, then transported piece by piece and assembled in its current site in 1900.
-THIS PHOTO IS A LITTLE BIT SOFT FOCUS-. Yemeni dagger dance to celebrate coming of Eid al-Adha (Feast of the Sacrifice). Sana'a, Yemen. 2005 January 18.
Dagger dance to celebrate coming of Eid al-Adha (Feast of the Sacrifice). Sana'a, Yemen. 2005 January 18.
-THIS PHOTO IS A LITTLE BIT SOFT FOCUS-. Yemeni men dance with traditional daggers to celebrate coming of Eid al-Adha (Feast of the Sacrifice). Sana'a, Yemen. 2005 January 18.
Young drummers playing to celebrate coming of Eid al-Adha. Sana'a, Yemen. 2005 January 18.
Street drummers playing to celebrate coming of Eid al-Adha. Sana'a, Yemen. 2005 January 18.
Yemeni youngs wearing daggers (Janbiya). Sana'a, Yemen. 2005 January 15.
Bab El Yemen market square, old city of Sana'a, Yemen. 2005 January 15.
Traditional daggers (Janbiya) lined up for sale. Sana'a, Yemen. 2005 January 15. Janbiya, also spelled janbia, jambiya, and jambia, is the Arabic term for dagger, but it is generally used to describe a specific type of dagger with a short curved blade and a medial ridge.
Nut seller. Sana'a, Yemen. 2005 January 14.
Nut seller in Sana'a, Yemen. 2005 January 14.
Date seller in Souq al Milh. Sana'a, Yemen. 2005 January 14. The Souq al-Milh lies at the center of the old city.
Market in old Town. Sana'a, Yemen. 2005 January 14.
Market stall. Sana'a, Yemen. 2005 January 14.
Market place in front of old houses. Sana'a, Yemen. 2005 January 14.
A market scene in Sana'a, Yemen. 2005 January 14.
Multi-storey houses. Sana'a, Yemen. 2005 January 17.
Narrow streets of Sana'a, Yemen. 2005 January 16.
Backstreets of Sana'a, Yemen. 2005 January 16.
A street scene. Sana'a, Yemen. 2005 January 16.
Street scene in Sana'a, Yemen. 2005 January 16.
Traditional houses decorated with geometric patterns of fired bricks and white gypsum. Sana'a, Yemen. 2005 January 17. The walled city of Sana'a is one of the best preserved old cities in the world today. Within its partially preserved wall, Sana'a is an outstanding example of a homogeneous architectural ensemble whose design and detail illustrate an organization of space characteristic of the early centuries of Islam which has been respected over time.
Traditional multi-storey houses in Yemen’s capital, Sana’a. 2005 January 17. Sana'a has a distinctive visual character due to its unique architectural characteristics, most notably expressed in its multi-storey buildings decorated with geometric patterns.
Traditional old houses. Sana’a, Yemen. 2005 January 17.
Typical tower houses in old Sana’a. Yemen. 2005 January 17.
The narrow streets in Sana'a, lined with centuries-old buildings. Yemen. 2005 January 14. Yemen’s capital, Sana’a, is the oldest inhabited place in the world. This charming city is located in a mountain valley and recognized as “the most authentic and significant examples of the extraordinary urban civilization.”
Traditional houses of Sana'a, Yemen. 2005 January 17.
Gingerbread houses of Sana'a, Yemen. 2005 January 17.

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