Umayyad Caliphate art. Madinat al-Zahra replicas

Caliphic art is one of the stages of development of Islamic art in Al-Andalus, and passes between the 8th and 10th centuries, (beginning of the Taifa Kingdoms). Andalusí Muslim art developed according to religious canons and oriental influences, adapting many times to pre-Muslim architectural and decorative techniques or motifs. In Cordoba, capital of the caliphate Continue Reading