Afro-Brazilian Mosques in West Africa

Mimar 29:16--23 (1988)

Barry Hallen
Boston University (PhD)
The architecture of mosques in West Africa, specifically southwestern Nigeria, evidences the input of Africans who were involved with the design of the Baroque churches of Bahia, Brazil.
Keywords West African Architecture  Bahia, Brazil  History
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