Symposiume on Mosque Architecture
1999 - 1419H
The impact of mosques, and specially the two Holy Mosques and the Aqsa Mosque, on the urbanism of the Islamic City requires further study and documentation. Therefore, this refereed scientific symposium comes in response to the increasing need to highlight mosque architecture in general and that of the two Holy Mosques· in Particular. Also the Symposium has granted four prizes to refereed and distinguished works concerning Mosques Architecture. The symposium is accompanied by an exhibition, which will highlight the new expansions of the two Holy Mosques. in addition to the architecture of mosques and major Islamic centers in the world , and will feature the use of new technologies in the design of these facilities, as well as presenting the Symposium prize winning projects. The symposium is sponsored by the College of Architecture and Planning at King Saud University, In collaboration with the Ministry of Islamic Affairs. Endowment. Da'wa. and Guidance.
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