Mosque at Munirka. Located almost in the centre of the village of Munirka. Grid ref. F-11. Ill. 32b.
The building consists of a domed central chamber which is the main prayer room, and adjoining rooms to the north and south, each three bays long and one bay deep. The two bays nearest the main room are wide open on the east, while the bays at each end form a closed room. East of that again, an outside staircase leads to the roof. Some kind of building appears to have continued to the north and south, but now, because of the large amount of alteration that has occurred, and the press of private dwellings around, it is unclear what their original form was. Period Ⅱ.
IOC:Ⅶ-12; ASI:Ⅱ-310.

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