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Algerie, une peinture représentant une scène d'un artisan bijoutier forgeron de la tribu arabe OULED NAIL du peintre T.F.M Sheard

Algerie, une peinture représentant une scène d'un artisan bijoutier forgeron de la tribu arabe OULED NAIL du peintre T.F.M Sheard

Tony Belobrajdic WATERCOLOR

Tony Belobrajdic WATERCOLOR

Jewish girls from Tafilalet, Morocco, early 1900s. Photographer unknown

Jewish girls from Tafilalet, Morocco, early 1900s. Photographer unknown

Deli Ayten'in Heykeli

Deli Ayten'in Heykeli

James Appleton, photographer Beautiful Bedouin man near Petra, Jordan

James Appleton, photographer Beautiful Bedouin man near Petra, Jordan

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I miss png

Colorfull India

Colorfull India

Africa | "Young Fulani Girl. Sudan" | Vintage Postcard; Photographer M. Simon, Djenne (?), date unknown.

Africa | "Young Fulani Girl. Sudan" | Vintage Postcard; Photographer M. Simon, Djenne (?), date unknown.

YEMEN.

YEMEN.

The Qibla (Arabic: قبلة‎, "direction"), also transliterated as Qiblah, Kiblah, Kıble or Kibla, is the direction that should be faced when a Muslim prays during salah. It is fixed as the direction of the Kaaba in Mecca. Most mosques contain a wall niche, known as mihrab, that indicates the Qiblah. Most multifaith prayer rooms will also contain a Qibla, although usually less standardized in appearance than one would find within a mosque.

The Qibla (Arabic: قبلة‎, "direction"), also transliterated as Qiblah, Kiblah, Kıble or Kibla, is the direction that should be faced when a Muslim prays during salah. It is fixed as the direction of the Kaaba in Mecca. Most mosques contain a wall niche, known as mihrab, that indicates the Qiblah. Most multifaith prayer rooms will also contain a Qibla, although usually less standardized in appearance than one would find within a mosque.

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