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100 Centimeters
  • Girih (Persian: گره, "knot", also written gereh are decorative Islamic geometric patterns used in  architecture and handicraft objects, consisting of angled lines that form an interlaced strapwork pattern.  It became a dominant design element in the 11th and 12th centuries and therefore it was widely used as a pattern for Byzantine frescoes.This girih is inspired by the frescoes of St. Andrew's Church in Patras, Greece.

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