Tag Archives: Islamic architecture

Islamic designs, architecture & calligraphy

Posted on February 23, 2014 by Toothpicker

The last entry on Andalusia is about Islamic designs and calligraphy.
My fascination with the Middle East began when I was kid, thanks to the Japanese cartoon: 'The adventures of Sinbad'. Over the years, I have traveled to several Muslim countries in the Middle East and North Africa; although the experiences varied each [...]

This post was posted in Architecture, Travel, Calligraphy, Traditional arts & crafts, Andalusia, Islamic design, Design and was tagged with Arabic calligraphy, Andalusia, Islamic design, Islamic architecture, Spain


1 Item(s)