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Askia relidanaboxa

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Askia relidanaboxa ( francavon Tombeau des Askia ), tir burkaf debak ke Malia.

Askia relidanaboxa tir tano katcalapafo izvaxo ke tawava nume bak 2004 wetce arayaf debak ke tamavafa gadakiewega ke UNESCO zo bendeyer.

Bat debak tigis koe Gao re ( 2018 ) bevular iyelaf.


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Askia relidanaboxa
Disukexafe relidadre ke naboxa ke Askia gazikeem, kolnayane gan Askia Moxamed Sonxai gindik bak 1495 koe Gao kelu, va gijarotiuca is kuluca ke gindaxo vrutar, i va gindaxo dilizeso remi XV-eafa is XVI-eafa decemda tuke stujera va remsaxarafa kazara va tulon eip is moava. Belca, don relidanaboxa is toloya mazjida dem azekafa kepaita is mazjidafo awalkikxo is kokagoba, zo kolnayar ugale Gao vanpiyir kelu ke Sonxai gindaxo isen vielu Askia Moxamed dim Makka va islameva wetce winugafa alka koaykayar. ~ UNESCO : Askia relidanaboxa

(en) The dramatic 17-m pyramidal structure of the Tomb of Askia was built by Askia Mohamed, the Emperor of Songhai, in 1495 in his capital Gao. It bears testimony to the power and riches of the empire that flourished in the 15th and 16th centuries through its control of the trans-Saharan trade, notably in salt and gold. It is also a fine example of the monumental mud-building traditions of the West African Sahel. The complex, including the pyramidal tomb, two flat-roofed mosque buildings, the mosque cemetery and the open-air assembly ground, was built when Gao became the capital of the Songhai Empire and after Askia Mohamed had returned from Mecca and made Islam the official religion of the empire. ~ UNESCO website, licence CC-BY-SA IGO 3.0


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Askia relidanaboxa
World Heritage Logo global.svg Tamavafa gadakiewega ke UNESCO
Askia relidanaboxa, arayaf debak
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Ord Arayaf debak
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Debakaf otuk 1139
Bendesa ilana 2004 ( 28-eaf frugot )
Welma 0.4 km²