The Argentine metro was decorated with Islamic motifs: the Independencia metro stop in Buenos Aires, the capital of Argentina, attracted the attention of those who see wall decorations embellished with Islamic motifs “There is no winner other than Allah“ (La Galibe İllallah).
The Independencia metro stop in Buenos Aires, Argentina, attracts the attention of the Andalusian heritage, which is associated with the Alhambra Palace in Spain, and the Andalusian heritage, which includes the notion of 'La Galibe İllallah'.
The city's six subway lines use decorations on different themes, while the 'C “line at the 1935 is located on the walls of subway stations that offer views of different parts of Spain.
Tiles moved from Seville to Buenos Aires
In the wall decorations at the Independencia stop, the use of landscapes and tiles that include architectural and aesthetic elements belonging to Muslims dominating the 781 year in Spain gives the station a distinctive feature.
Although the artistic elements at the Independencia stop were known by architect Martin S. Noel and engineer Manuel Escasany, the wall decorations and decoration in the station were said to be the Spanish engineer Don Rafael Benjumea Burin.
Burin, who was born in the Andalusian autonomous region of Seville, is said to be influenced by the aesthetic legacy of the Islamic period and especially by the art of tile.
For this reason, Burin, the Andalusian architecture, as well as the most important structures of Islamic art in Granada (Galnata) associated with the Alhambra Palace l La Galibe İllallah öz and other Islamic motifs in the original copies of the tiles to be used in the decoration of the metro station to be used in Buenos Aires brought.
There is also a view of the Kurtuba Mosque on the wall decorations
On one side of the wall decorations at the Independencia metro stop man Landscapes from Spain inde, Granada, the prominent cities of Cordoba, Ronda, Paos and Huelva in the region of Andalusia were built and built by I. Abdurrahman in the 786 in the Umayyad period but the 13 In the 13th century, the church was converted into a church and the Alhambra Palace in Gırnata.
In the wall decoration on the other side of the stop, the panoramic view of Sevilla (Isbiliye), which was used as administrative center in Andalusia during the Muvahhids Era in 1090-1229, was built to reinforce the city walls of the city of Isbiliye at 1220 in the Muvahhid Era. The Golden Tower (La Torre del Oro) is located.
In addition, the city's street depictions, doors and windows with horseshoe arches, domes of ribbed arches, such as buildings from the Islamic architecture of Spain, drawing attention to the characteristic features.
On the same line, San Juan and Moreno also find tiles that contain Islamic motifs.
There is no example in the world
Ricardo Elia, Director of Historical Studies of the Argentine Islamic Center, who evaluates the ornaments, said that raf There is no winner other than Allah ip (La Galibe İllallah) in the world in the form of Arabic calligraphy, which is located only at this metro stop in Buenos Aires.
Elia pointed out that Islamic art from Andalusia began to be visible to some parts of the city since 1900s. Başla In some of the buildings in Buenos Aires, it is possible to find tile decorations or garden styles that reflect this art. But 'there is no winner other than Allah' calligraphy, there is no other place in the city, Ancak he said.
Metro management, a few years ago, stalls that contain information about the decorations of the signs put in reminding Elia, although most people decorate the meaning of a picture, not as a picture, he said.
Leonardo Musso, the 22-year-old student who used the Independencia metro stop every day, said that while the decorations did not know the meaning, the decorations had a separate character from the others.
A verse resounding from the Alhambra Palace to Buenos Aires: Aires La Galibe İllallah ham
According to the accounts of the period, the continuation of the Andalusian Umayyads in southern Spain, the state of the State of Oman Ahmer Sultan Muhammad bin Yusuf, who was established after a victory when the return to Gırnata 'El Galip' was met with the slogans. Muhammad bin Yusuf, the ring, "there is no winner other than God," he replied. When the people heard the sultan's words, they started to shout al There is no winner other than Allah al (La Galibe İllallah).
In the narrations, it is emphasized that the words later became the most important motto of the period of Muhammad bin Yusuf.
The foundations of the Alhambra Palace, in which the text ın La Galibe İllallah zamanında is still visible in different sections, was laid in 1232 again during the reign of Muhammad bin Yusuf.