Searching Islamic patterns by location

A specific pattern may be found in several locations, but it is also to interest to note the patetrns found at a aspecific location.
To facilitate this form of searching, the Islamic area is divided into eight parts as listed below. We follow the web site Patterns in Islamic Art since that is a major source of photos used to construct the graphic on this web site.
A few points should be noted:
  1. Objects in Museums are listed under the country of origin, not the location of the Museum.
  2. We have tried to exclude patterns which are not thought to be classical. As an example, Palmeraie Golf Course Palace, Marrakesh.
  3. Please let me know if you find any errors in these lists.

Spain

237 patterns, of which 176 (76%) appear only in Spain, see list.
Site index.

Morocco

271 patterns, of which 219 (80%) appear only in Morocco, see list.
Site index.

Egypt

317 patterns, of which 219 (71%) appear only in Egypt, see list.
Site index.
A site index giving alternative names and the monument number may be useful for finding patterns, see: Index to Egyptian sites.

India

204 patterns, of which 135 (68%) appear only in India, see list.
Site index.

Iran

402 patterns, of which 283 (76%) appear only in Iran, see list.
Site index.

Syria

103 patterns, of which 60 (67%) appear only in Syria, see list.
Site index.

Turkey

287 patterns, of which 190 (65%) appear only in Turkey, see list.
Site index.

Central Asia

184 patterns, of which 105 (63%) appear only in Central Asia, see list.
Site index.

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