The Seljuk Minarets

The Seljuk Minarets

The Seljuk mosques took a form of minaret which was substantially different from that of North Africa. The adoption of the cylindrical form, instead of the usual square, with tapered shafts often broken by balconies was an Iranian preference later expanded to most of Muslim Asia.

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