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Categories: Seljuk architecture, Islamic architectural elements, Arabic architecture, Iranian architecture, Ornaments (architecture)
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Banna'i  Hazarbaf
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In Iranian architecture, banna'i is an architectural decorative art in which glazed tiles are alternated with plain bricks to create geometric patterns over the surface of a wall or to spell out sacred names or pious phrases. Wikipedia
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In Iranian architecture, banna'i is an architectural decorative art in which glazed tiles are alternated with plain bricks to create geometric patterns over the surface of a wall or to spell out sacred names or pious phrases. Wikipedia
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