an old and ancient mosque minbar from the Mamluk period, dating back to the 13th century AD. The minbar is located inside the Tower of David, situated in the Old City of Jerusalem. The minbar, or pulpit, holds a significant place in Islamic architecture and is used by the imam to deliver sermons during Friday prayers. The minbar featured in the image is representative of the architectural style prevalent during the Mamluk period. It have been constructed using materials such as marble, or stone and adorned with decorative motifs, carvings, and calligraphy. The Tower of David, a historic citadel located near the Jaffa Gate in the Old City of Jerusalem, houses this ancient minbar. The tower has witnessed the passage of time and various civilizations, making it a significant historical site.Image ID#: 8578 / Category: Religion, Architecture / Price: 499$
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