Mosques as sacred places of Islam maintained their characteristics throughout the centuries both in terms of their architecture and in the various elements of the interior architectural space and decoration.
The ‘God’ in Islam has no concrete form and, according to tradition, the depiction of living beings in a mosque
is not appropriate. When the practice of prayer is added to these concepts, the Qur’an
, which consists of the words of God and his teachings, inspired the artist in the decoration and furnishings for the interior of the sacred place.