Sana Dadani is a high school senior
People dream about traveling to beautiful resorts and beaches, such as Tonga or the Caribbean, and historical cities full of culture, such as Athens, or Rome. Something that is uncommon for some people though, is visiting cities where Muslim architecture is prolific. Some of the third graders in the religious education class I teach were content with just viewing several monumental pieces of Muslim architecture on Google Earth. Visiting the landmarks on the following list can serve as a good supplement to learning about Muslim history and culture.