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 Amazing Mosque of Djenne

It seems that time has stopped here. These were the homes in Djenne, probably, five centuries ago. So they stayed and now - entirely built of clay, in full accordance with the local traditional style. The most famous building in clay, carefully preserved here more than a century - Mosque, the largest such mosque in the Islamic world. 08 more images after the break...

Amazing Mosque of Djenne

Amazing Mosque of Djenne

Amazing Mosque of Djenne

Islam - the main religion of Mali, ninety percent of which are devout Muslims. In this case, not everywhere Islam is life itself, forming its foundation. Jenna - one of those places where a mosque - not just a house of prayer, and spiritual center of the city. And here is the greatest achievement of the Sudano-Sahelian style in architecture - clay mosque, the largest mosque in such a world.

Amazing Mosque of Djenne

Amazing Mosque of Djenne

Amazing Mosque of Djenne

The mosque is built entirely out of the bank - a mixture of clay, straw and manure. From the bank then build everything - there's even a special committee, diligence and for ensuring that all new buildings were erected in Djenne exclusively from the bank. Congregational mosque was built in the period between 1906 and 1909 years, and has since been repaired almost every year - the clay - a material is shaky, and if you do not upgrade every year, the walls and roof, the building just "melt" in the rainy season.

Amazing Mosque of Djenne

Amazing Mosque of Djenne


Users' Comments (3) RSS feed comment
Posted by Lukman, on 17-02-2012 09:26, , Guest
I can say dt due to it natural built it is most Amazing Mosque in d World
 

Posted by josh lewis ox, on 01-11-2011 11:44, , Guest
are you my grandma
 

Posted by Asma, on 10-05-2011 03:46, , Guest
wow.. loved it
 

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