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This event is part of the series Converging Paths , a year-long series of events curated for , and organised in partnership by Asia House and The Barakat Trust. With this series we aim to engage audiences in challenging cultural misconceptions about the Islamic world, building bridges between communities and highlighting the importance of the arts of that region. We aim to provide wider access, combining digital platforms and curated cultural programmes that appeal to adults and families. Click here to see other events in the Converging Paths series.
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Description The British Mosque: An Architectural and Social History Join us for a presentation of Shahed Saleem latest book, the first overview of Muslim architecture in Britain from the earliest examples in the late 19th century, to mosques being built today. Read more Read less.
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