1. Minaret, in Islamic religious architecture, the tower from which the faithful are called to prayer five times a day by a muezzin
2. Minaret definition, a lofty, often slender, tower or turret attached to a mosque, surrounded by or furnished with one or more balconies, from which the muezzin calls the people to prayer
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3. Minaret definition is - a tall slender tower of a mosque having one or more balconies from which the summons to prayer is cried by the muezzin.
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12. ‘Peve Minaret’ is a dwarf cultivar that slowly grows in a dense, pyramidal form to 6’ tall by 2-3’ wide over the first 10 years
13. The Minaret has been used for centuries by muezzins (Arabic mu'adhdhinun, Muslim criers) for the call to daily prayers, but its original use is unclear
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14. The earliest mosques in Arabia had no Minaret, and the first towers in seventh-century Cairo and Damascus may not have been built expressly for the call
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15. The Minaret is the architectural shape which best indicates the presence of mosque
16. The Great Mosque of Samarra was, for a time, the largest mosque in the world; its Minaret, the Malwiya Tower, is a spiralling cone 52 metres (171 ft) high and 33 metres (108 ft) wide with a spiral ramp
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17. A Minaret is a tower that Islamic holy men called muezzins climb in order to call out the call to prayer, five times a day
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18. A Minaret a muszlim mecsethez vagy dzsámihoz épített, vagy illesztett, esetleg különálló, nyúlánk, felfelé elkeskenyedő torony
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19. A Minaret lehet egy-, két-, és háromerkélyes.
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23. ‘The slender Minaret of a mosque and the spires of churches rise in sharp relief over the flat roofs of the homes.’ ‘Almost every child grew up in an environment that included the call to prayer from the Minarets of the mosques and the ringing of the church bells from church steeples.’
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24. Among the most distinctive sights in any Islamic city are the Minarets, tall slender towers attached to the city’s mosques from which muezzins call the faithful to prayer five times a day.
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26. A Minaret is a tall, slender tower which is attached to a mosque, a Muslim place of worship
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27. There are a number of uses for Minarets, but perhaps the most famous is the traditional call to prayer, which is often issued from the balconies Minarets
28. Many people associate Minarets with Muslim culture and the Muslim world, and they are common
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29. The Minaret was first included on the World Monuments Watch in 2010, in the context of ongoing conflict, to highlight a conservation priority and focus technical assistance on the site
30. In 2012, UNESCO and the Governorate of Nineveh agreed to collaborate on a project to study and conserve the al-Hadba’ Minaret.
31. Minaret definition: A Minaret is a tall thin tower which is part of a mosque
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34. The Minaret of Jam, located in the district of Shahrak in the Ghor Province in western Afghanistan, is a famous historic monument and a UNESCO World Heritage Site with rich architectural and religious value
35. Situated in a picturesque backdrop, at the banks of the Hari River, the 62-meter high Minaret is surrounded by a range of mountains up to
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36. A Minaret is a type of tower usually located near a mosque
37. Minarets developed along with Islam but
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39. ‘The slender Minaret of a mosque and the spires of churches rise in sharp relief over the flat roofs of the homes.’ ‘Almost every child grew up in an environment that included the call to prayer from the Minarets of the mosques and the ringing of the church bells from church steeples.’
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42. Taxodium distichum 'Pevé Minaret' is an amazing bald cypress selection that grows like a miniature tree; even at 2 feet (0.6 m) tall, its branching mimics that of a mature wild specimen
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43. It is possible to visit the mosque and Minaret for a small fee( 5 ron aprox 1 EU) .from the top is a nice view of the city.History :The Grand Mosque of Constanța was supported by Romanian King Carol I
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46. Minaret definition: A Minaret is a tall thin tower which is part of a mosque
47. This Minaret has stood for over 9 centuries and is the only thing spared by Gengis Khan when ransacking the city
48. The Kaylan (great) Minaret is a example of superior civil engineering and architectural creation
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53. Mosul's Famed Mosque And 'Hunchback' Minaret, Destroyed By ISIS, Will Be Rebuilt : The Two-Way The United Arab Emirates says it will contribute $50.4 million to …
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minaret (noun) · minarets (plural noun)
Definition of minaret. : a tall slender tower of a mosque having one or more balconies from which the summons to prayer is cried by the muezzin.
min·a·ret (mĭn′ə-rĕt′) n. A tall slender tower attached to a mosque, having one or more projecting balconies from which a muezzin or a recording of a muezzin summons the people to prayer.
Minarets attached to mosques serve two main functions: to perform the call to prayer and to act as a symbol of Islam. In the early 9th century, the first minarets were placed opposite the qibla wall.
min·a·ret. n. A tall slender tower attached to a mosque, having one or more projecting balconies from which a muezzin or a recording of a muezzin summons the people to prayer.