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Still from a film of the Qala-Quraysh cemetry. Petersburg hosted the exhibition Words of Stones: An experiment in reading and conveying the legacy of Qala Quraysh , the first ever at this world-famous institution to comprise only facsimile objects.
The exhibition traces the history of Qala-Quraysh also known as Kala-Koreysh , one of the oldest Islamic settlements in Dagestan, through the tombstones in the mosque cemetery. The tombstones at Qala-Qoreysh, as well as the mosque doors, were recorded using photogrammetry in as part of an initiative between the Peri Foundation and Factum Foundation.
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