Diyarbakır Ulu Camii in Diyarbakir Turkey. Courtyard: close view of facade of Şafi Kısmı on north side, west end. https://archnet.org/sites/1927?utm_content=bufferf396e&utm_medium=social&utm_source=pinterest.com&utm_campaign=buffer
The Generalife, built during the reign of Muhammad III was used as a Nasrid summer retreat.
Istanbul: view looking over domes and chimneys of the Suleymaniye Camii to the Bosporus and city along its banks, 2012 photo by Sharon C. Smith
Aslan Pasha Mosque in Ioannina, Greece | http://archnet.org/sites/9159 Southern elevation, showing closed portico over stone vaults for ablution; eight-sided mausoleum believed to belong to Aslan Pasha at right. Photo by Stephania Zographaki
Exterior view of the minaret of Tangier's Great Mosque http://archnet.org/sites/6353
Exterior of the restored Mosque of the Mechouar in Tlemcen, Algeria. The citadel was a seat of government for Almohad, Ziyanid, and Ottoman rulers. https://archnet.org/sites/16019?utm_content=buffer0b8b2&utm_medium=social&utm_source=pinterest.com&utm_campaign=buffer. Photo: Anas Soufan, 2012.
Historic view of the Jami' al-Nuri al-Kabir in Mosul https://archnet.org/sites/15592?utm_content=buffer3a82e&utm_medium=social&utm_source=pinterest.com&utm_campaign=buffer Yesterday the mosque was reported destroyed .