Great Mosque of Manah Restoration
Manah, Oman
The mosque dates to the 12th century and suffered from deterioration owing to dampness, salt, and structural degradation. The renovation was conducted with special attention to archaeological remains, as it is believed that the mosque may have been built upon several older structures dating back to antiquity. Lime mortar and traditional materials were used to preserve the building character.

Source: Aga Khan Trust for Culture
Location
Manah, Oman
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Events
12th c., restored 1993
Variant Names
Great Mosque of Manah Restoration
Building Usages
mosque
religious
Keywords
restoration and conservation