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Mosques

Our vector illustration show the Kaaba, Al-Masjid an-Nabawi and the Dome of the Rock. Our selection of the best vector illustrations with so much detail that you’ll certainly want to look twice at each creation which are made with love. The English word “mosque” denotes a Muslim house of worship. The architecture of a mosque is shaped most strongly by the regional traditions of the time and place where it was built. As a result, style, layout, and decoration can vary greatly. Nevertheless, because of the common function of the mosque as a place of congregational prayer, certain architectural features appear in mosques all over the world.

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