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An opening cut obliquely in a wall allowing a visual link between the high altar and the aisles or side chapels. (associated with Christian faiths)
A church with aisles but without a clerestory, the interior of which is of approximately uniform height throughout (i.e., the naves and aisles are the same height). (associated with Christian faiths)
A pool or tank, often in the centre of the courtyard of a mosque. (associated with Islam)
A tomb contained within an enclosure; it often includes a mosque. (associated with Islam)
Pitched roofs where four roof faces rest between gables and converge to a point at the top, often found on square church towers. (associated with Christian faiths)
A form of short spire or flèche with a punctuated parapet concealing its base. (associated with Christian faiths)
A distinctly Muslim arch where the semicircular shape narrows toward the base, creating a horseshoe appearance. (associated with Islam)
A royal gallery in an Ottoman mosque. (associated with Islam)
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