WOODEN MOSQUES
explores the endangered architectural legacy of the Adjara region’s Muslim communities 

Across Adjara, over fifty mosques built between 1817 and 1926 survive today—some the center of religious revival in their communities, others abandoned. This research project showcases those wooden mosques, with the aim of broadening our understanding of Georgia’s rich and varied architectural heritage


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