Muslim Cities

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Muslim cities

Muslim city

Medina
Farmhouse. The term is still used in our island.
Alcassaba or Alcazar
Sacred building for a Jew
Mosque
The place where the Caliph or the governor lived
Palace
Fortress. It was usually located at high spots
Souk
This word has two meanings: It is the neighbourhood
where Jews lived as well as the main mosque of the city
Alqueria
Sacred building for a Muslim
Watermill
A suburban area built outside the walls of the city
Almodi or Alhondiga
A warehouse where the wheat was kept, bought and sold
Call or Aljama
Old city with the most important buildings
Sinagogue
The market; it was located in a central position
Raval
Industrial building with different purposes

Alcassaba
Wall
Alqueria
Medina
Sinagogue Aljama
Medina
Mosque
Alcassaba
Go Watermill
Mosque
Palace
Palace
Baths
Souk
Alqueria
Watermill
Baths
Souk
Mosque
Almodi
Almodi
Aljama
Sinagogue
A Muslim city in
Raval
Raval
Al-Andalus
Wall

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Granada

Girona
Sinagogue
Palma

Palma

Valencia

Who lived in the city?
Arabs
MUSLIMS
Berbers
Muladis
Mozarabs
?
NON MUSLIMS
Jews