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by D-Stanley

"Serving Testour since 1631"

Testour's Great Mosque is a striking edifice, designed with Moorish and Ottoman styles of architecture. Mohamed Tagharinu, who built the mosque in 1631, was of Andalusian origin, and the building's unique mix of architectural styles conspicuously reflects this. One of the mosque's highlights is the 23 meter (75.4 feet) tall minaret with a clock that runs counter-clockwise; one of the few such clocks in existence.
Testour, Testour, Tunisia
"Serving Testour since 1631"
Testour's Great Mosque is a striking edifice, designed with Moorish and Ottoman styles of architecture. Mohamed Tagharinu, who built the mosque in 1631, was of Andalusian origin, and the building's unique mix of architectural styles conspicuously reflects this. One of the mosque's highlights is the 23 meter (75.4 feet) tall minaret with a clock that runs counter-clockwise; one of the few such clocks in existence.
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