Figure 1: Statue of Ibn Khaldun in Tunis. (Source).
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Figure 1: Map showing Merv at the heart of trade routes of the Islamic east and central Asia.
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Figure 1. The general plan of Ince minaret madrasa (1260-65)
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Figure 1. View of Toledo, the city of Al-Zarqali, dominated by the famous Alcazar. Source: http://www.toledoaldia.com/alcazarIV_toledo.htm
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Entrance of the exhibition "1001 Inventions" in Abu Dhabi (19 November-22 December 2011).
The Flyer for the Science and Poetry event of the exhibition.
Sheikha Al Mutairy giving the opening speech of the Science and Poetry event.
Professor Mohamed El-Gomati, Chairman of FSTC, giving a speech at 1001 Inventions London Science Museum Exhibition 2010
(Left to Right) Professor Mohamed El-Gomati, Chairman of FSTC, and Professor Salim T S Al-Hassani, President of FSTC.
Professor Mohamed El-Gomati receiving the Fazlur Rahman Khan Award for Excellence in Engineering, Science and Technology. The presenter is Professor Mark Welland, University of Cambridge. (Source).Professor Mohamed El-Gomati receiving the Fazlur Rahman Khan Award for Excellence in Engineering, Science and Technology. The presenter is Professor Mark Welland, University of Cambridge. (Source).