Which of the following best describes the architectural style of the Islamic Golden Age?
Few buildings were constructed, as architecture was frowned upon during the Islamic Golden Age.
Buildings tended to be decorated with both Christian and Islamic symbols.
Buildings were designed without walls so that worshippers could be seen praying outside.
Buildings tended to be ornately decorated
with geometric patterns.
The answer is Buildings tended to be ornately decorated with geometric patterns. [
Islamic architecture encompasses a wide range of both secular and religious styles from the foundation of Islam to the present day, influencing the design and construction of buildings and structures in Islamic culture. The principal Islamic architectural types are: the Mosque, the Tomb, the Palace and the Fort.
From these four types, the vocabulary of Islamic architecture is derived and used for buildings of lesser importance such as public baths, fountains and domestic architecture ]
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