Interlaced Moorish decoration from the Alhambra

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The decoration is rectangular and originates from the ancient Alhambra Palace located in Granada, Spain. We came across this ornament in an old book dedicated to ornaments that can be seen in the Alhambra. With its magnificently decorated buildings, the Alhambra is one of the most beautiful palaces in the world and represents an outstanding example of Islamic (Moorish) art. This is one of the interlacing ornaments which the Moors used to decorate the Palace. Ornaments like these are engraved in stone like reliefs, so that the original version of this decoration is found in 3D, i.e., as a bas-relief.
 
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