Ottoman Tiles Representing the Kaaba

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Syed Muhammad Khan
by Anonymous
published on 29 November 2019
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It is a decorated tile from the 17th Century CE, during Ottoman era, it depicts the Ka'aba - the cubical mosque and Muslim sacred site in Mecca, Arabia.

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