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1131-196 - Statue of the Prophet Daniel, Santuario de Bom Jesus de Matosinhos, Aleijandinho masterpiece, Congonhas do Campo, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Minas Gerais, Brazil, South America
832-135967 - Stained glass window in the Cathedral of Our Lady, one of the world's oldest figurative stained glass windows, mid 11th Century, prophets window, Prophet Daniel, Augsburg Cathedral, Augsburg, Bavaria, Germany, Europe
1113-66299 - Details prophet statues, of the main portal of the west facade, Details prophet statues, of the main portal of the west facade, Our Lady's Cathedral Cathedrale Notre-Dame, Strasbourg, Alsace, France
857-68216 - Every Friday dervishes gather an hour before sunset in front of Sheikh Hamed al-Nil tomb in Omdurman, Sudan to perform a ritual called Zikr (Dhikr). The ceremony starts chanting words of gratitude to the Prophet Mohammed. The audience interacts with the chanters, dancing to the rhythms of the percussion instruments. The dervishes start whirling around. The music, the fragrance of burning incense, the endless repetition of religious chants creates a state of ecstasy, a kind of trance in which human soul is believed to communicate directly with God.
857-68209 - Every Friday dervishes gather an hour before sunset in front of Sheikh Hamed al-Nil tomb in Omdurman, Sudan to perform a ritual called Zikr (Dhikr). The ceremony starts chanting words of gratitude to the Prophet Mohammed. The audience interacts with the chanters, dancing to the rhythms of the percussion instruments. The dervishes start whirling around. The music, the fragrance of burning incense, the endless repetition of religious chants creates a state of ecstasy, a kind of trance in which human soul is believed to communicate directly with God.
749-1351 - The statue of the prophet Jeremiah by Aleijadinho at the Basilica do Bom Jesus de Matosinhos, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Congonhas, Minas Gerais, Brazil, South America
749-1350 - The statue of the prophet Jeremiah by Aleijadinho at the Basilica do Bom Jesus de Matosinhos, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Congonhas, Minas Gerais, Brazil, South America
857-33933 - Women in burqas flock like doves to the entrance of the main mosque at the Blue Mosque complex, Mazar-i-Sharif, Balkh Province, September 23, 2002. Wednesday mornings are reserved for women to come and worship at the mosque.Elaborate tilework and decorated spires adorn the mosque, also known as the Shrine of Hazrat Ali (Hazrat Ali was the son-in-law of the prophet Mohammed), who is believed to be buried here. The shrine, of particular importance for Afghanistan's Shi'ite Muslims, was first built in the 12th century, destroyed by Genghis Khan, and rebuilt in 1481. The current mosque, considered by some to be one of the most beautiful in Central Asia, is a modern restoration.
857-33936 - A man feeds white doves at dawn in front of the Blue Mosque, Mazar-i-Sharif, Balkh Province. Hundreds of doves, who are fed by worshippers and tended by special workers, live around the mosque, and it is thought that the place is so holy that a grey or brown dove will turn white if it lands on the Mosque. The mosque is also known as the Shrine of Hazrat Ali (Hazrat Ali was the son-in-law of the prophet Mohammed), who is believed to be buried here. The shrine, of particular importance for Afghanistan's Shi'ite Muslims, was first built in the 12th century, destroyed by Genghis Khan, and rebuilt in 1481. The current mosque, considered by some to be one of the most beautiful in Central Asia, is a modern restoration.
857-33935 - Tajik women proudly pose with their children, burqa's thrown back, in front of the main entrance to the Blue Mosque, Mazar-i-Sharif, Balkh Province. Wednesday mornings are reserved for women to come and worship at the mosque. Elaborate tilework and decorated spires adorn the mosque, also known as the Shrine of Hazrat Ali (Hazrat Ali was the son-in-law of the prophet Mohammed), who is believed to be buried here. The shrine, of particular importance for Afghanistan's Shi'ite Muslims, was first built in the 12th century, destroyed by Genghis Khan, and rebuilt in 1481. The current mosque, considered by some to be one of the most beautiful in Central Asia, is a modern restoration.
700-11592 - Syria, Damascus, The Omayyad Mosque By Khalif Walid The First And 12 000 Workers, The Site Was Occupied By A Temple Then A Church, Pilgrims From The Whole Islamic World Visit The Mausoleum Supposed To Contain The Prophet Yaya's Head (Alias St John The Baptist) Discovered In Viii Th Cent, Iranian Shiites Believe The Prophet Mahomet's Grandson Hussein's Head (Son Of Ali) Was Also Stored Here, Copper Spacelab In The Yard
700-11527 - Syria, Damascus , Omayyad Mosque, Interior, People At Prayer, Pilgrims Come From The Whole Islamic World To Visit The Mausoleum Supposed To Contain The Prophet Yaya's Head (St John The Baptist), Iranian Shiites Believe The Prophet Mahomet Grandson Hussein's Head (Son Of Ali) Was Also Stored Here
312-1948 - Band-i-Zulfiqar, the main lake at Band-E-Amir (Dam of the King), Afghanistan's first National Park set up in 1973 to protect the five lakes, believed by locals to have been created by the Prophet Mohammed's son-in-law Ali, making them a place of pilgrimage, Afghanistan, Asia
312-1908 - One of the crater lakes at Band-E-Amir (Dam of the King), Afghanistan's first National Park set up in 1973 to protect the five lakes, believed by locals to have been created by the Prophet Mohammed's son-in-law Ali, making them a place of pilgrimage, Afghanistan, Asia
312-1910 - Band-i-Zulfiqar, the main lake at Band-E-Amir (Dam of the King), Afghanistan's first National Park set up in 1973 to protect the five lakes, believed by locals to have been created by the Prophet Mohammed's son-in-law Ali, making them a place of pilgrimage, Afghanistan, Asia
312-1925 - Band-i-Zulfiqar, the main lake at Band-E-Amir (Dam of the King), Afghanistan's first National Park set up in 1973 to protect the five lakes, believed by locals to have been created by the Prophet Mohammed's son-in-law Ali, making them a place of pilgrimage, Afghanistan, Asia
312-1909 - Band-i-Zulfiqar, the main lake at Band-E-Amir (Dam of the King), Afghanistan's first National Park set up in 1973 to protect the five lakes, believed by locals to have been created by the Prophet Mohammed's son-in-law Ali, making them a place of pilgrimage, Afghanistan, Asia
312-1936 - Band-i-Zulfiqar, the main lake at Band-E-Amir (Dam of the King), Afghanistan's first National Park set up in 1973 to protect the five lakes, believed by locals to have been created by the Prophet Mohammed's son-in-law Ali, making them a place of pilgrimage, Afghanistan, Asia
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