minaret #minaret Instagram Hashtag

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🕌 Strasbourg Mosque
🇫🇷 France
📸 @afinaiskandar
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#masjidgraphy

. 🕌 Strasbourg Mosque 🇫🇷 France 📸 @afinaiskandar . #masjidgraphy

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ISO100, f/22, 10s, EV:-0.7, 24mm (aps-c) #minaret #moon #bukhara #бухара #uzbekistan

ISO100, f/22, 10s, EV:-0.7, 24mm (aps-c) #minaret #moon #bukhara #бухара #uzbekistan

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🕌 Badshahi Mosque
🇵🇰 Pakistan
📸 @aabbiidd
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#masjidgraphy

. 🕌 Badshahi Mosque 🇵🇰 Pakistan 📸 @aabbiidd . #masjidgraphy

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Lunch #minaret station

Lunch #minaret station

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Minaret of Jam, Ghor Province , Afghanistan, filmed for a BBC documentary called ‘Adventures in Architecture’ with Dan Cruickshank. 2 days hard travel from Kabul, with multiple vehicles broken and some insurgent action thrown in to spice things up. Over 1000 years old - and  I’m one of the very lucky few to have been there. #photography #filming #cameradept #minaretofjam #bbc #travel #crazyshit #crazyplace #afghanistan #bestjobintheworld #minaret #ghuridempire #picoftheday #travelholic #travelphotography #offrhebeatentrack

Minaret of Jam, Ghor Province , Afghanistan, filmed for a BBC documentary called ‘Adventures in Architecture’ with Dan Cruickshank. 2 days hard travel from Kabul, with multiple vehicles broken and some insurgent action thrown in to spice things up. Over 1000 years old - and I’m one of the very lucky few to have been there. #photography #filming #cameradept #minaretofjam #bbc #travel #crazyshit #crazyplace #afghanistan #bestjobintheworld #minaret #ghuridempire #picoftheday #travelholic #travelphotography #offrhebeatentrack

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University of Tampa -April❤️ #inspirationbyapril #universityoftampa #tampa #florida #minaret #beauty #henryplant

University of Tampa -April❤️ #inspirationbyapril #universityoftampa #tampa #florida #minaret #beauty #henryplant

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✨ 🇹🇷 Made it to Istanbul! 🇹🇷 ✨

From the Hagia Sofia Church in Nessebar, Bulgaria to the Hagia Sophia Cathedral in Istanbul. I see a pattern here... 🤔⛪️ (Ps; a big fat hat is perfect to hide the fact you haven’t slept and spent eight hours on the road and running away from giant bees at the Turkish border. Hello giant eye bags at the end of this trip! 😑) .
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#istanbul #turkey #hagiasophia #cathedral #sultanahmet #travel #travelstories #femmetravel #sheisnotlost #roadtrip #ootd #fashion #minaret #mosque #holiday

✨ 🇹🇷 Made it to Istanbul! 🇹🇷 ✨ From the Hagia Sofia Church in Nessebar, Bulgaria to the Hagia Sophia Cathedral in Istanbul. I see a pattern here... 🤔⛪️ (Ps; a big fat hat is perfect to hide the fact you haven’t slept and spent eight hours on the road and running away from giant bees at the Turkish border. Hello giant eye bags at the end of this trip! 😑) . . . . #istanbul #turkey #hagiasophia #cathedral #sultanahmet #travel #travelstories #femmetravel #sheisnotlost #roadtrip #ootd #fashion #minaret #mosque #holiday

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"With age, comes wisdom. With travel, comes understanding." . . . . #medina #tunis #tunisia #mosque #minaret #rooftop #rooftopsoftunis #architecture #instagram #instadaily #wisdom #neverstopexploring

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Terrace with a view #wedding#tunis #minaret #adhan #tunisia #latergram #p20pro

Terrace with a view #wedding #tunis #minaret #adhan #tunisia #latergram #p20pro

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Enivrant #minaret #adhan #tunis #latergram #p20pro

Enivrant #minaret #adhan #tunis #latergram #p20pro

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#coexist ⛪️✨🕌

#coexist ⛪️✨🕌

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#kocatepecamii #minaret #grand

• g r a n d • #kocatepecamii #minaret #grand

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توں کیوں ڈھاویں مسجد میری
میں کیوں ڈھاواں مندر نوں
آجا دونوں بہہ کے پڑھیے
اک دوجے دے اندر نوں

Tu kyun dhawen masjid mere
Me kyun dhawan mandir nu
Aja donon bey k parhiyay
Aik duja de andar nu
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#architecture #minaret #travel #traveling #visiting #instatravel #instago #outdoors #tower #sky #religion #ancient #old #building #traditional #dusk #sunset #city #temple #evening #spirituality #dome

توں کیوں ڈھاویں مسجد میری میں کیوں ڈھاواں مندر نوں آجا دونوں بہہ کے پڑھیے اک دوجے دے اندر نوں Tu kyun dhawen masjid mere Me kyun dhawan mandir nu Aja donon bey k parhiyay Aik duja de andar nu . . . . . #architecture #minaret #travel #traveling #visiting #instatravel #instago #outdoors #tower #sky #religion #ancient #old #building #traditional #dusk #sunset #city #temple #evening #spirituality #dome

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800 years old minaret in Delhi 🇮🇳 Tallest one in the world made up of bricks!
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#delhi #india #qutubminar #history #architecture #mosque #minaret #islam #picoftheday #unesco #heritage

800 years old minaret in Delhi 🇮🇳 Tallest one in the world made up of bricks! . . . #delhi #india #qutubminar #history #architecture #mosque #minaret #islam #picoftheday #unesco #heritage

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🕌 ho scoperto che le uova di struzzo sui candelabri servono per tenere lontani i ragni. Porelli. Sono così carini 🕷🕸 #moschea #solimano #imam #preghiera #turchia #minareto #minaret #minarett #beten #moschee #mosque

🕌 ho scoperto che le uova di struzzo sui candelabri servono per tenere lontani i ragni. Porelli. Sono così carini 🕷🕸 #moschea #solimano #imam #preghiera #turchia #minareto #minaret #minarett #beten #moschee #mosque

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Minaret 😊 #minaret #lednice #výlet

Minaret 😊 #minaret #lednice #výlet

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Crazy storm in Ontario, Canada!

Folllow 👉 @locostravel
Folllow 👉 @locostravel
Folllow 👉 @locostravel

Thank You: 📽
cc: ʙʏ @andrew_gook @frederickbarnes

Crazy storm in Ontario, Canada! Folllow 👉 @locostravel Folllow 👉 @locostravel Folllow 👉 @locostravel Thank You: 📽 cc: ʙʏ @andrew_gook @frederickbarnes

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Good night Bandung. I hope you don't scare anyone in their dreams tonight. You are gorgeous, and will always be.
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#minaret #mosque #greatmosque #night #nightime #goodnight #solitude #city #bandung #westjava #indonesia #photography #mobilephotography

Good night Bandung. I hope you don't scare anyone in their dreams tonight. You are gorgeous, and will always be. . . . . #minaret #mosque #greatmosque #night #nightime #goodnight #solitude #city #bandung #westjava #indonesia #photography #mobilephotography

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Standing in the vicinity of where Genghis Khan stood - how crazy is that! I’ve always found time a fascinating concept - particularly when it surprises me either by making something trivial into something amazing or vice versa. Consider this tower which survived Genghis Khan by virtue of its size and beauty and now witnesses tourists like me and the countless shoppers from the nearby Bukhara bazaar... Here is an informative summary by Lonely Planet: “When it was built by the Karakhanid ruler Arslan Khan in 1127, the Kalon Minaret was probably the tallest building in Central Asia – kalon means ‘great’ in Tajik. It’s an incredible piece of work, 47m tall with 10m-deep foundations (including reeds stacked underneath in an early form of earthquake-proofing), and has stood for almost nine centuries. Chinggis (Genghis) Khan was so dumbfounded by it that he ordered it spared while his troops ransacked the rest of the city.
The minaret is an architectural masterpiece. Its 14 ornamental bands, all different, include the first use of the glazed blue tiles that were to saturate Central Asia under the Timurids. Up and down the southern and eastern sides are faintly lighter patches, marking the restoration of damage caused by Soviet general Frunze’s artillery in 1920.” #time #travel #uzbekistan #wanderlust #bukhara #genghiskhan #lonelyplanet #kalon #minaret #traveller #wanderer

Standing in the vicinity of where Genghis Khan stood - how crazy is that! I’ve always found time a fascinating concept - particularly when it surprises me either by making something trivial into something amazing or vice versa. Consider this tower which survived Genghis Khan by virtue of its size and beauty and now witnesses tourists like me and the countless shoppers from the nearby Bukhara bazaar... Here is an informative summary by Lonely Planet: “When it was built by the Karakhanid ruler Arslan Khan in 1127, the Kalon Minaret was probably the tallest building in Central Asia – kalon means ‘great’ in Tajik. It’s an incredible piece of work, 47m tall with 10m-deep foundations (including reeds stacked underneath in an early form of earthquake-proofing), and has stood for almost nine centuries. Chinggis (Genghis) Khan was so dumbfounded by it that he ordered it spared while his troops ransacked the rest of the city. The minaret is an architectural masterpiece. Its 14 ornamental bands, all different, include the first use of the glazed blue tiles that were to saturate Central Asia under the Timurids. Up and down the southern and eastern sides are faintly lighter patches, marking the restoration of damage caused by Soviet general Frunze’s artillery in 1920.” #time #travel #uzbekistan #wanderlust #bukhara #genghiskhan #lonelyplanet #kalon #minaret #traveller #wanderer

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Ruined #mosque #minaret #citadel of #Kruja #albania

Ruined #mosque #minaret #citadel of #Kruja #albania

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#ending #minaret#beerandchips

#ending #minaret #beerandchips

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Lodhi Garden in New Delhi 🇮🇳

Lodhi Garden in New Delhi 🇮🇳

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Enjoyed exploring around Qutub Minar, a UNESCO world heritage site! Having lots of fun in Delhi! 🇮🇳

Enjoyed exploring around Qutub Minar, a UNESCO world heritage site! Having lots of fun in Delhi! 🇮🇳

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Sitting in a remote valley about 70km (43 miles) north of Yazd in Central Iran, is the deserted and crumbling mud-brick village of Kharanaq. The site has been occupied for approximately 4,000 years, while the dilapidated adobe buildings that draw foreigners from around the world date back around 1,000 years.  The abandoned town is a photographer’s dream with a labyrinth of streets, tunnels, passageways, and rooms, as well as more impressive buildings such as a tiny mosque, a shaking minaret, and an old caravanserai that welcomed merchants and pilgrims centuries ago.
Kharanaq, which means ‘place of birth of the sun’, is divided into two parts – the Old Town, which is almost completely deserted, and the New Town, where some 130 families continue to live.
The Old Town was constructed with sun-baked mud bricks, forming one of the largest collections of adobe buildings in Iran. It was once a prosperous farming village, but when water supplies dried up the inhabitants left, leaving the town to turn to ruins.
In recent years, a New Town was constructed within 2km (1.4 miles) of the ancient town with government-supplied water and electricity. Apart from a few elderly people who refused to leave their old houses and continue to live among the ruins, the rest of the Old Town’s inhabitants moved to the New Town.
#Iran #Yazd #kharanagh #kharanaq #birthofthesun #arazmoghadami #deserts #vilage #valley #minaret #shakingminarets

Sitting in a remote valley about 70km (43 miles) north of Yazd in Central Iran, is the deserted and crumbling mud-brick village of Kharanaq. The site has been occupied for approximately 4,000 years, while the dilapidated adobe buildings that draw foreigners from around the world date back around 1,000 years.  The abandoned town is a photographer’s dream with a labyrinth of streets, tunnels, passageways, and rooms, as well as more impressive buildings such as a tiny mosque, a shaking minaret, and an old caravanserai that welcomed merchants and pilgrims centuries ago. Kharanaq, which means ‘place of birth of the sun’, is divided into two parts – the Old Town, which is almost completely deserted, and the New Town, where some 130 families continue to live. The Old Town was constructed with sun-baked mud bricks, forming one of the largest collections of adobe buildings in Iran. It was once a prosperous farming village, but when water supplies dried up the inhabitants left, leaving the town to turn to ruins. In recent years, a New Town was constructed within 2km (1.4 miles) of the ancient town with government-supplied water and electricity. Apart from a few elderly people who refused to leave their old houses and continue to live among the ruins, the rest of the Old Town’s inhabitants moved to the New Town. #Iran #Yazd #kharanagh #kharanaq #birthofthesun #arazmoghadami #deserts #vilage #valley #minaret #shakingminarets

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Sitting in a remote valley about 70km (43 miles) north of Yazd in Central Iran, is the deserted and crumbling mud-brick village of Kharanaq. The site has been occupied for approximately 4,000 years, while the dilapidated adobe buildings that draw foreigners from around the world date back around 1,000 years.  The abandoned town is a photographer’s dream with a labyrinth of streets, tunnels, passageways, and rooms, as well as more impressive buildings such as a tiny mosque, a shaking minaret, and an old caravanserai that welcomed merchants and pilgrims centuries ago.
Kharanaq, which means ‘place of birth of the sun’, is divided into two parts – the Old Town, which is almost completely deserted, and the New Town, where some 130 families continue to live.
The Old Town was constructed with sun-baked mud bricks, forming one of the largest collections of adobe buildings in Iran. It was once a prosperous farming village, but when water supplies dried up the inhabitants left, leaving the town to turn to ruins.
In recent years, a New Town was constructed within 2km (1.4 miles) of the ancient town with government-supplied water and electricity. Apart from a few elderly people who refused to leave their old houses and continue to live among the ruins, the rest of the Old Town’s inhabitants moved to the New Town.
#Iran #Yazd #kharanagh #kharanaq #birthofthesun #arazmoghadami #deserts #vilage #valley #minaret #shakingminarets

Sitting in a remote valley about 70km (43 miles) north of Yazd in Central Iran, is the deserted and crumbling mud-brick village of Kharanaq. The site has been occupied for approximately 4,000 years, while the dilapidated adobe buildings that draw foreigners from around the world date back around 1,000 years.  The abandoned town is a photographer’s dream with a labyrinth of streets, tunnels, passageways, and rooms, as well as more impressive buildings such as a tiny mosque, a shaking minaret, and an old caravanserai that welcomed merchants and pilgrims centuries ago. Kharanaq, which means ‘place of birth of the sun’, is divided into two parts – the Old Town, which is almost completely deserted, and the New Town, where some 130 families continue to live. The Old Town was constructed with sun-baked mud bricks, forming one of the largest collections of adobe buildings in Iran. It was once a prosperous farming village, but when water supplies dried up the inhabitants left, leaving the town to turn to ruins. In recent years, a New Town was constructed within 2km (1.4 miles) of the ancient town with government-supplied water and electricity. Apart from a few elderly people who refused to leave their old houses and continue to live among the ruins, the rest of the Old Town’s inhabitants moved to the New Town. #Iran #Yazd #kharanagh #kharanaq #birthofthesun #arazmoghadami #deserts #vilage #valley #minaret #shakingminarets

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Sitting in a remote valley about 70km (43 miles) north of Yazd in Central Iran, is the deserted and crumbling mud-brick village of Kharanaq. The site has been occupied for approximately 4,000 years, while the dilapidated adobe buildings that draw foreigners from around the world date back around 1,000 years.  The abandoned town is a photographer’s dream with a labyrinth of streets, tunnels, passageways, and rooms, as well as more impressive buildings such as a tiny mosque, a shaking minaret, and an old caravanserai that welcomed merchants and pilgrims centuries ago.
Kharanaq, which means ‘place of birth of the sun’, is divided into two parts – the Old Town, which is almost completely deserted, and the New Town, where some 130 families continue to live.
The Old Town was constructed with sun-baked mud bricks, forming one of the largest collections of adobe buildings in Iran. It was once a prosperous farming village, but when water supplies dried up the inhabitants left, leaving the town to turn to ruins.
In recent years, a New Town was constructed within 2km (1.4 miles) of the ancient town with government-supplied water and electricity. Apart from a few elderly people who refused to leave their old houses and continue to live among the ruins, the rest of the Old Town’s inhabitants moved to the New Town.
#Iran #Yazd #kharanagh #kharanaq #birthofthesun #arazmoghadami #deserts #vilage #valley #minaret #shakingminarets

Sitting in a remote valley about 70km (43 miles) north of Yazd in Central Iran, is the deserted and crumbling mud-brick village of Kharanaq. The site has been occupied for approximately 4,000 years, while the dilapidated adobe buildings that draw foreigners from around the world date back around 1,000 years.  The abandoned town is a photographer’s dream with a labyrinth of streets, tunnels, passageways, and rooms, as well as more impressive buildings such as a tiny mosque, a shaking minaret, and an old caravanserai that welcomed merchants and pilgrims centuries ago. Kharanaq, which means ‘place of birth of the sun’, is divided into two parts – the Old Town, which is almost completely deserted, and the New Town, where some 130 families continue to live. The Old Town was constructed with sun-baked mud bricks, forming one of the largest collections of adobe buildings in Iran. It was once a prosperous farming village, but when water supplies dried up the inhabitants left, leaving the town to turn to ruins. In recent years, a New Town was constructed within 2km (1.4 miles) of the ancient town with government-supplied water and electricity. Apart from a few elderly people who refused to leave their old houses and continue to live among the ruins, the rest of the Old Town’s inhabitants moved to the New Town. #Iran #Yazd #kharanagh #kharanaq #birthofthesun #arazmoghadami #deserts #vilage #valley #minaret #shakingminarets

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@onedanceweek is starting after few hours with the performance #Minaret by the Arab star choreographer Omar Rajeh! The performance is an artistic reaction against the destruction of ancient cities like Aleppo and the historical minaret of its Grand Mosque. 
#Plovdiv2019 #together #ECoC #onedanceweek #contemporarydance

@onedanceweek is starting after few hours with the performance #Minaret by the Arab star choreographer Omar Rajeh! The performance is an artistic reaction against the destruction of ancient cities like Aleppo and the historical minaret of its Grand Mosque. #Plovdiv2019 #together #ECoC #onedanceweek #contemporarydance

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Arabian architecture in the middle of Russia, at the bank of Volga river. Orthodox church near the minaret finishes this disappointing landscape.

#bolgar #minaret #tatarstan #svoyatropa #orthodoxchurch #ancientruins #muslimculrure

Arabian architecture in the middle of Russia, at the bank of Volga river. Orthodox church near the minaret finishes this disappointing landscape. #bolgar #minaret #tatarstan #svoyatropa #orthodoxchurch #ancientruins #muslimculrure

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"Let me share this Whole New World with you. 🎶"

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