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We took off our shoes and went into the marble mausoleum of the Sultan Mahmoud, the neatest piece of architecture, inside, that I have seen lately.
I now glanced sideways at this piece of architecture.
Rather than presenting an exhibition, we want to offer an unmediated experience through a new piece of architecture, which offers a generous space to reflect and to come together.
It's such an imposing piece of architecture, it deserved to be more of a city landmark than it perhaps is right now.
The old, original wing of the museum is a fine piece of architecture, consisting of a series of large rooms, with ancient decorated wooden ceilings and beautiful mashrabiyas.
A fountain is a piece of architecture which pours water into a basin or jets it into the air for a decorative effect.
It is a piece of architecture with a touch of modern, relaxed comfort, a grayish green palette and a successful combination of a shell building in strict and straight lines and beautiful furniture in organic curves.
Council corporate director of economy Waheed Nazir said: "The former Curzon Street station building is one of the oldest railway terminus buildings in the world and a monumental piece of architecture.
Council corporate director of economy Waheed Nazir, said: "The former Curzon Street station building is one of the oldest railway terminus buildings in the world and a monumental piece of architecture.
It is described as an impressive piece of architecture in its own right.
Julian said: "Just as a piece of architecture, it's beautiful.