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The Great Mosque of Aleppo Post-war Landscape & Architecture Restoration

The Umayyad Mosque is the largest mosque at the heart of Aleppo, a UNESCO ancient city in Syria, where the war had raged for five years. Many cultural and historical architectures were damaged and ruined by bombs, leaving numerous bomb craters.

Throughout the pre-research of Islamic culture, Islamic people do the prayer on a weekly basis, regularly at noon on Friday. Initially, they are called by Muezzin to gather in the mosque. Then, they will do the ablution to clean up their faces, elbows, and feet by the ablution fountain to show respect to their god. What’s next,

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