Islamic Architecture In Cairo: An Introduction

Islamic Architecture In Cairo: An Introduction
Publisher: American University in Cairo Press | ISBN: 9774242033 | edition 1996 | File type: PDF | 175 pages | 29,8 mb
Combining an analysis of Cairo's urban growth from the Islamic conquest up to the reign of Muhammad 'Ali, an overview of its main architectural styles, a descriptive catalog of the major monuments, and a discussion of domestic architecture. This concise and comprehensive study will appeal to specialists as well as beginning students and interested lay readers.

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