A minaret is a feature of Islamic architecture and is the place from where the call to prayer is sent out. They are also known as a manār or.
Borrowing from French minaret, from Ottoman Turkish [Term?] (Turkish minare), from Persian مناره (menâre), from Arabic مَنَارَة (manāra, “lighthouse”).
In Islam, a minaret (Arabic: “beacon”) is an element of Islamic religious architecture. It is the tower traditionally used by a muezzin, or crier to call the faithful to.
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minarets of Bandung Grand Mosque, Indonesia. Mosques usually have a center hall room with a raised ceiling or dome to allow for heat to accumulate and rise upwards leaving the cold air on the lower floor allowing for a system of natural air conditioning.