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Istanbul is the only bi-continental city between Europe and Asia. It has not only become an intercontinental transportation junction, but also the golden knot on the Silk Road because of the exceptional natural geography. Istanbul has always been a unique city, which contains a mix of the philosophy, culture and arts of all the European, Asian and African nations for more than 2600 years.
2 Mar 2017
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Istanbul is the only bi-continental city between Europe and Asia. It has not only become an intercontinental transportation junction, but also the golden knot on the Silk Road because of the exceptional natural geography. Istanbul has always been a unique city, which contains a mix of the philosophy, culture and arts of all the European, Asian and African nations for more than 2600 years.
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Istanbul is the only bi-continental city between Europe and Asia. It has not only become an intercontinental transportation junction, but also the golden knot on the Silk Road because of the exceptional natural geography. Istanbul has always been a unique city, which contains a mix of the philosophy, culture and arts of all the European, Asian and African nations for more than 2600 years.
2 Mar 2017
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A beautiful animation of a beautiful mosque.
24 Aug 2006
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Some of the most beautiful mosques.
14 Jan 2007
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Amazing Islamic Fine Arts inside Mohammed Ali Mosque in Cairo, worths to be visited and seen
13 Mar 2007
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Beautiful Shah Alam Mosque at Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia's very nice and designed mosque
25 Apr 2007
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Insurgents have destroyed the two remaining Minarets of the sacred Al-Askari or Askariya mosque, further threatening U.S. plans and Political accord.
15 Jun 2007
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Hasankeyf is the most popular area of the vicinity due to its historic wealth. The city stands as living evidence to the multifaceted cultural foundations of the Arabs, Seljuks, Mongolians and Ottomans and houses a plethora of valuable remnants from the past. The place is a major tourist attraction with its unlimited treasure of antique civilizations. Sadly, most of it will be lost under the flows of rivers after the completion of the GAP project for building dams in the region. Work is already on to salvage as much of historical evidence as possible. The golden era of Hasankeyf was as the capital of the Artuklu Seljucks. A grand fortress was built during the time on wonderful limestone structures. The remains of the fortress are a sight to be seen. The other spots of prominence are the wide bridge over Tigris, the Ulu Mosque, the Cizre Bridge, Carsi Mosque, Veysel Karani tomb, Zeynel Bey's tomb, Rizk Mosque, Koc Mosque and Eyyubi Tomb. Most of these historical representations are symbols of the architectural and aesthetic tastes of the flourishing civilizations. Currently, tourists will find small rest rooms and eating joints in the numerous caves of Hasankeyf. You can enjoy a truly remarkable experience when you see history so closely in the magnificent remnants of the place. This mosque - the Ulu of Great Mosqu - in the Kale region is from 1325, it is called the oldest monument of the Eyyubians on a notice nearby. Under it are big tanks for storing huge quantities of water. This is the minaret or what's left of it. The jewels are the ancient citadel and several mosques, in particular, Ulu Mosque. Also visit the world's oldest universities at Midyat and Mardin Darulzafeyran where you will discover highlights of Assyrian civilization.
29 Jun 2007
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the prophets mosque in madinah
2 Jul 2007
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video of the prophets mosque in madinah
2 Jul 2007
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the prophets mosque in madinah
3 Jul 2007
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Mosque and Saddam Hussein segment from “India and Nepal”, a free 1991 Intrepid Berkeley Explorer video. Visit all of India’s leading historic sites, including the Taj Mahal, Delhi, and Varanasi; plus Kathmandu, Nepal. Walk the streets of India’s cities. With urban cows, tigers, elephants, camels, and the wonderful people of India and Nepal. To enjoy all of this film, and over 30 other free, non-commercial, streaming travel videos from every continent, plus still pictures, please click on the link below the screen, and then on the direct link to my geocities Video Page that follows; or ask a search engine for: Intrepid Berkeley Explorer
15 Jul 2007
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Babri Mosque Demolising by BJP & RSS... MUSLIMS UNITED NOW...
19 Jan 2008
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5 people accept Islam in one day at a German Mosque
30 Sep 2008
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Real life footage of Faces on the Crystal Mosque.
6 Mar 2008
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