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Design #2

Design #2

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Puzzles are for workshop only.

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■ Cancellation policy
8 days before: 100% cancellation fee
9-11 days before: 25% cancellation fee
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Age Limits

Participants who are 10 years old or older require a ticket. Children aged 7 to 9 can participate for free (accompanied by a parent/guardian should have a ticket).

The size of the design is approximately 90 x 79 cm.

The history of this design dates back to about 600 years ago.

This design ornaments the interior part of a wall niche in the Comares Palace, which is a part of Alhambra palace and fortress complex in Granada, Andalusia. This niche is located in the entrance archway leading to the Hall of the Ship on the northern side of the Court of the Myrtles.

The Alhambra complex was begun in 1238 by Muhammad I Ibn al-Ahmar, the first Amir of the Nasrid dynasty and founder of the Emirate of Granada. The Comares Palace was the core of a large royal palace complex begun by Isma'il emir I in the early 13th century and subsequently modified and refurbished by Yusuf I and Muhammad V emir over the course of the same century.

In Arabic, Alhambra is called Al-Hamra (الحَمْرَاء Al-Ḥamrā), which is the feminine form of the adjective "red."

The pattern is made according to the Zellij method, which is a style of mosaic tilework made from individually hand-chiseled tile pieces.

This method of presenting Islamic geometric art is popular in the west of the Islamic World such as Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, and Andalusia.

We have prepared the blueprint for this design according to the original traditional method that uses circles and constructional lines to produce the geometric design, where the proportion between the angles of the shapes and the component elements is precisely geometrically controlled.

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