Afro-Brazilian Mosques in West Africa

Mimar 29:16--23 (1988)
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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.



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