Vabkent Minaret

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Illustration

Mark Cartwright
by Alaexis
published on 29 January 2013
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The minaret of Vabkent (or Vobkent), 1196-7 CE.
Location: Town of Vabkent north of Bukhar, Uzbekistan. Patron by Abd al-Aziz II.
Embellished by wide bands with high relief carving and crowned by a lantern at the top.

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Alaexis, . (2013, January 29). Vabkent Minaret. World History Encyclopedia. Retrieved from https://www.worldhistory.org/image/1040/vabkent-minaret/

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