Where faith and beauty bloom: Inside Edmonton’s new Islamic-inspired garden | The Globe and Mail

After years of planning and a $25-million donation from the Aga Khan, a monument to Muslim culture and the majesty of nature is opening to the public this weekend

Where faith and beauty bloom: Inside Edmonton’s new Islamic-inspired garden | The Globe and Mail
Lit niches in the fountain system. Design elements were drawn from 16th-century Persian gardens and Islamic cultural treasures like India’s Taj Mahal and Egypt’s al-Azhar Park. JASON FRANSON/THE GLOBE AND MAIL

Read at the source: The Globe and Mail / MARTY KLINKENBERG / JUNE 26, 2018

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Independent, civil society media featuring Ismaili Muslim community, inter and intra faith endeavors, achievements and humanitarian works.

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