Tatar dating

The earliest examples of Islamic Tatar architecture are located in Bolghar; none of them are in use today.

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The edict on unification of church buildings of 1817 was expanded to the mosques in 1831, when the exemplary project was developed and circulated to governorate architectural offices of Kazan, Nizhny Novgorod, Perm and Simbirsk Governorates.

Tatar mosques, such as Märcani and Apanay were built in baroque style.

İske Taş and Pink Mosques were contributed to classicism style.

'I needed that song to free myself, to release the memory of my great-grandmother, the memory of that girl who has no grave, the memory of thousands of Crimean Tatars', who have nothing left, not 'even photographs', she said Over a span of three days in May 1944, Stalin accused the Turkic ethnic group of collaborating with the Nazis and deported them thousands of miles to the east, where nearly half the people died of severe living conditions.'I needed that song to free myself, to release the memory of my great-grandmother, the memory of that girl who has no grave, the memory of thousands of Crimean Tatars', who have nothing left, not 'even photographs', Jamala told AFP last week ahead of the vote.

Crimean Tatars, who began returning to the their ancestral homeland after the fall of the Soviet Union in 1991, were horrified by Russia's takeover of the region, with the majority opposing the new authorities.

Tatar mosque — is the typical mosque architecture in Tatarstan and other Volga Tatar-populated areas of Russia.

Occasionally found in other regions of Russia, modern Tatar religious architecture was developed in the late 18th century and gained popularity in the 19th century Idel-Ural.

The oldest of the still active modern Tatar mosques is the Märcani mosque in the Tatar capital of Kazan.

Dating from the reign of Catherine the Great, the mosque's minaret is placed in the center of a gabled roof.

It is believed that the concept was adopted from traditional rurual Tatar mosques.

The Märcani mosque is an example of revival Tatar religious architecture as most mosques were destroyed due to the Christianization edict of 1742.