If you are into history , religion,art and architecture, you're in luck this has it all. Beautiful example of the symmetry incorporated in Islamic art and architecture. Also great insight into the life of Islamic students in the glory years. Gives a totally different connotation to the word "Madrasa" then what it is often associated with in today's charged political climate. Must see
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