Rethinking Al-Darb Al-Ahmar: Impact of Cultural Heritage on Human Well-Being | Archnet
New: Rethinking Al-Darb Al-Ahmar: Impact of Cultural Heritage on Human Well-Being. edited by Nancy Abdel-Moneim, and Asmaa Medhat.
Maridani Mosque Restoration | Archnet
New: Maridani Mosque Restoration in Cairo, Egypt. In this photograph, a conservator works diligently to clean a brass grille exposing a unique blazon of a Mamluk Sultan. @tuhfatulhind #MamlukArchitecture #blazon #mosque #restoration @akdn #blazon #detail
On #InternationalWomensDay we invite you to explore some of the great monuments in the history of #IslamicArchitecture built by women! Shown here, Qarawiyyin Mosque in Fés, Morocco. 857/242 AH #IWD2021 #Idrisid #university #mosque #historicarchitecture #IslamicArt
News reel on Bala Hissar Conservation | Archnet
New Video: Newsreel on Bala Hissar Conservation A video showing the consolidation process taking place at the Bala Hissar in Kabul, Afghanistan. The Bala Hissar, which is a registered National Monument and the largest open space in Kabul, will be transformed by the Aga Khan Trust for Culture into a public archaeological park.
Mosquée de Paris | Archnet
For International Day of Commemoration in Memory of the Victims of the Holocaust, we share the Paris Mosque, which played a role in saving North African Jews during the occupation of France in WWII.
Beit al-Ajaib | Archnet
The Sultan's Palace at Zanzibar, more commonly known as Beit-al-Ajaib or the House of Wonders, was built in 1883 by Sayyid Barghash, the third Sultan of Zanzibar.
Khwaja Parsa Complex Conservation | Archnet
With support from the German Federal Foreign office, the early 16th century shrine of Abu Nasr Khwaja Parsa and a complex of historic structures,...
Kudus Menara | East Façade of Mosque and Minaret | Archnet
The minaret at the Masjid Menara (Minaret Mosque) in Kudus, Indonesia, is the earliest example of a Javanese minaret, dating back to the early sixteenth century.