Islamic Architecture

The phrase Islamic architecture has been argued to be a useful but artificial concept, a modern concept created by art historians in the 19th century to categorize and study the material first produced under the Islamic peoples that emerged from Arabia in the 17th century. Ernst Grube defined Islamic architecture as that which displays a set of architectural and spatial features, such as introspection, that are inherent in Islam as a cultural phenomenon. Oleg Grabar argued that Islamic architecture is the architecture built by Muslims, for Muslims, in an Islamic country or in places where Muslims have an opportunity to express cultural independence in.

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