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Abbasid architecture developed in the Abbasid Caliphate between 750 and 945, primarily in its heartland of Mesopotamia. The Abbasids were influenced mainly by Mesopotamian architectural traditions and later influenced Persian as well as Central Asian styles.They evolved distinctive styles of their own, particularly in decoration of their buildings.While the Abbasids lost control of large parts of their empire after 870, their architecture continued to be copied by successor states in Iran, Egypt and North Africa.

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  • Abbasid architecture
  • عمارة عباسية
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  • العمارة العباسية تطورت أثناء الخلافة العباسية بين عام 750 و 945 وخاصة في مركزها ببلاد الرافدين. ولقد توارث العباسيون التقاليد المعمارية الفارسية في بلاد الرافدين، والتي تأثرت لاحقاً بأساليب آسيا الوسطى المعمارية.
  • Abbasid architecture developed in the Abbasid Caliphate between 750 and 945, primarily in its heartland of Mesopotamia. The Abbasids were influenced mainly by Mesopotamian architectural traditions and later influenced Persian as well as Central Asian styles.They evolved distinctive styles of their own, particularly in decoration of their buildings.While the Abbasids lost control of large parts of their empire after 870, their architecture continued to be copied by successor states in Iran, Egypt and North Africa.
  • La arquitectura abasí se desarrolló en el califato abasí entre los años 750 y 945, principalmente en su centro de Mesopotamia. Los abasíes heredaron las tradiciones arquitectónicas persas y después se vieron influidos por los estilos de Asia Central. Desarrollaron estilos propios, sobre todo en la decoración de sus edificios y definieron fundamentalmente la forma y el arte de la arquitectura islámica. Bagdad, entonces centro del mundo islámico, se convirtió en el centro del arte islámico, y el gusto abasí ganó terreno gradualmente en Asia occidental y África del Norte. Fue aquí donde aparecieron por primera vez los intrincados patrones ornamentales que reemplazaron a la representación del hombre y del animal, que luego se convirtió en un sello distintivo de todo el mundo islámico. Aunque l
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