Three Minarats.

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This is a Masjid named Faruqi Masjid, quite an old one. It has a gopod open spaces once, but urbanization and heavy land use fill up its compound as well take away its archeological value. These three Domes is the symbol of its old age glory.

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Comments (10)

Godo Nikolov on May 17, 2012

Very interesting place and nice photo. Like. Greetings from Bulgaria.

Faysal Bin Darul on May 17, 2012

Dear Godonikolov thanks for your kind comment and many many greetings as well, see yah!

Very good! Like!

Faysal Bin Darul on June 1, 2012

Dear Varkos thanks again...

Bermard Agulo on June 16, 2012

Very nice shot!

L3

best wishes,

Bernardo

Faysal Bin Darul on June 19, 2012

Dear Silverhead, thanks for your kind comment about this ordinary photo...many many greetings from Bangladesh.

Excellent, and of course i Like it!!!!!

Greetings and best wishes dear friend from Greece-Piraeus.

Nikos1954.

Faysal Bin Darul on October 7, 2012

Dear NIKOS thanks for your kind comment about this snap as well as visiting my amateur gallery, many many greetings for you from Bangladesh. Have fun in photography :)

Diane - No Views on October 16, 2012

It's too bad that the mosque is buried in tin roofs! It must be a beautiful building. LIKE this shot.

Faysal Bin Darul on October 16, 2012

The interior of this masjid is perfectly match with Khaza Sahbaz Masjid. Thanks for your kind complement. You are my favorite photographer now :)

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Photo details

  • Uploaded on May 17, 2012
  • Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works
    by Faysal Bin Darul
    • Camera: Nokia C7-00
    • Taken on 2012/05/02 09:07:43
    • Exposure: 0.001s
    • ISO Speed: ISO103
    • No flash

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