Turkey's IRCICA forms Islamic architectural database

The database, which was included in the work plans of IRCICA , was commended by the Council of Foreign Ministers and the Islamic Conference of Tourism Ministers in their sessions held during the last two years.

Turkey's IRCICA forms Islamic architectural database
World Bulletin / News Desk

The Istanbul based Research Centre for Islamic History, Art and Culture (IRCICA) is in the process of establishing a database relating to the Islamic sites and monuments which constitute the architectural heritage of the Muslim world.

This database work is sponsored by H.R.H. Prince Sultan Ibn Salman Ibn Abdulaziz, Secretary General of the Supreme Commission for Tourism and Founder-President of Heritage Foundation (Al-Turath), Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

The database, which was included in the work plans of IRCICA , was commended by the Council of Foreign Ministers and the Islamic Conference of Tourism Ministers in their sessions held during the last two years.

The database aims to register the Islamic archeological and architectural heritage assets around the world, depict them by recording comprehensive information on their history and present state, their environment, physical plan and features, past and present functions and restorations done. The database will include all sorts of information, in a way to meet the needs of all research disciplines including archeology, architecture and tourism.
Güncelleme Tarihi: 25 Ağustos 2008, 16:48
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