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Abbasid architecture developed in the Abbasid Caliphate between 750 and 945, primarily in its heartland of Mesopotamia.The Abbasids inherited Persian architectural traditions in Mesopotamia, and were later influenced by 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 developed in the Abbasid Caliphate between 750 and 945, primarily in its heartland of Mesopotamia.The Abbasids inherited Persian architectural traditions in Mesopotamia, and were later influenced by 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. (en)
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  • Abbasid architecture developed in the Abbasid Caliphate between 750 and 945, primarily in its heartland of Mesopotamia.The Abbasids inherited Persian architectural traditions in Mesopotamia, and were later influenced by 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. (en)
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  • Abbasid architecture (en)
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