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Sitarah (curtain) for the door of the Ka‘bah, commissioned by Sultan Abdülmejid I, Ottoman Egypt, Cairo, dated 1263 AH (1846-7 AD); black silk, with coloured silk appliqués, embroidered in silver and silver-gilt wire over cotton and silk thread padding, Nasser D. Khalili Collection of Islamic Art © Nour Foundation.

Curtain for the Holy Ka’ba door. An Ottoman silk and metal-thread, bearing the name of Sultan Abdülmejid. Khalili Collection of Islamic Art © Nour Foundation.

Old Photo of the Ka`ba (Makkah, Saudi Arabia)

Islamic Art and Quotes - Old Photo of the Ka`ba (Makkah, Saudi Arabia).

Futuh al-Haramayn (Description of the Holy Cities) Muhi al-Din Lari (Bukhara)

illustration from the Futuh al-Haramayn (Description of the Holy Cities) of Muhi al-Din Lari Bukhara, cen.

Al aqsa mosque, sky view ♥

AL-AQSA mosque ("the Farthest Mosque") and Bayt al-Muqaddas, is the holiest site in Islam (after Makkah and Madina). Let all people around you know that the al-Aqsa mosque and AS-SAKHRA mosque ("The Dome of The Rock") are NOT the same.

Map of the Masjid al-Haram. Probably the Hijaz (Arabia), 18th century.

Map of the Masjid al-Haram. Probably the Hijaz (Arabia), century. -- part of the literary tradition surrounding the pilgrimage to Mecca (hajj)

The door curtain (burqa') of the Ka’ba, with a dedication to Sultan Muhammad V Reshad, dated 1327 AH/1909 AD | lot | Sotheby's

The door curtain (burqa') of the Ka’ba, with a dedication to Sultan Muhammad V Reshad, dated 1327 AD

10th C. Persian. Bilal, giving the call to prayer. Azaan.

Islamic miniature from Persia (c.), depicting Bilal ibn Rabah al-Habashi giving the call to prayer

Ottoman metal-thread embroidered external curtains made for the door of the Holy Ka’aba

Ottoman metal-thread embroidered external curtains made for the door of the Holy Ka’aba

Glazed ceramic tile depicting the Ka’ba at Mecca. It marks the positions of the four schools of Islamic law and gives the name of the owner Shehab al-Din Efendi.tile; Ottoman dynasty; 17thC-18thC; Iznik

Glazed ceramic tile depicting the Ka’ba at Mecca. It marks the positions of the four schools of Islamic law and gives the name of the owner Shehab al-Din Efendi.

Walters Art Museum - Islamic art

Tile with the Great Mosque of Mecca, Turkish artist century (Ottoman period) Metropolitan Museum of Art

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