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Old May 28th, 2010, 03:17 PM   #81
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Le plan évoque une église avec nef!!!!!!!!! c'est bizard ça!!!!!
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Durant la colonisation française: bar a cote de la mosquée!!!!?????
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Cette mosquée, l’un des édifices les plus importants de la période ottomane, est encore aujourd’hui le grand temple hanafite[1] Certaines de ses formes évoquent l’art byzantin. Elle aurait été conçu par le maître d’œuvre musulman al-Hâjj Habîb qui se conforma aux modèles ottomans, et non comme le raconte la légende par un esclave chrétien qui aurait marqué cette mosquée du symbole de sa foi.

Son plan est basilical, ses trois nefs perpendiculaires au mur de la qibla sont coupées par cinq travées. La nef centrale et l’avant dernière travée sont surélevées formant au niveau du toit une croix latine, dont le croisement des bras est surplombé d’une coupole, tandis que les nefs latérales sont couvertes de coupolettes et de terrasses plates surmontant des arcs de cloître, allégés à leur base de défoncements en arc brisé. La nef centrale est couverte en berceau, ses arcs doubleaux retombent sur des piliers cruciformes ; elle magnifie l’espace de la qibla par une largeur importante et par une coupole sur pendentifs légèrement ovoïde, dont le profil à la pointe nettement accusée rappellerait le dôme de l'église syrienne de Saint-Georges d'Ezra. L’usage des pendentifs évoque les coupoles d'Istanboul. La coupole est circonscrite aux quatre angles par les coupolettes ovoïdes des nefs latérales, qui reposent sur un tambour octogonale et quatre pendentifs. Solution classique dans le monde byzantin, dont on connaît de nombreux exemples à Constantinople, comme à la Kilise Camii. De larges voûtes en berceau relient ces coupoles d'angles. Des massifs de maçonnerie en assurent la stabilité, suivant un procédé familier aux constructeurs byzantins. Les arcs de cloître ont pu être ici préférés aux coupoles car les espaces à couvrir étaient rectangulaires et non carrés.

Son mihrâb possède une niche octogonale, coiffée d'un cul-de-four. La partie inférieure est ornée de carreaux de céramique encadrés par deux plinthes de marbre. Le magnifique minbar en marbre, fabriqué en Italie, provient de la mosquée al-Sayyida détruite en 1832, qui se trouvait non loin de là, en face de l’entrée principale de la résidence du Dey (Djenina).
Vue générale, fin du XIXe siècle

Cette mosquée, d'allure si profondément byzantine, est pourvue d'un minaret carré à lanternon de silhouette maghrébine, couronnées d’une frise de céramique, aux proportions très élégantes. Sa forme proche des églises se retrouve dans certaines mosquées de la péninsule balkanique. On rencontre également des édifices algérois au profil similaire, comme les mosquées d’Ali-Bitchnin ou de Ketchawa. Dans l'un et dans l'autre cas, il s'agissait d'allonger la salle de prière afin d’augmenter la place réservée aux fidèles.

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Durant la colonisation , c'était une église je pense ... sinon l'intérieur est très riche en ornement !! :cheers: ... mais je n'arrive pas à trouver des photos !! ...

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Le plan évoque une église avec nef!!!!!!!!! c'est bizard ça!!!!!
....je viens de lire l'histoire de la mosquée avec ton post....j'ai cru que c'était l'oeuvre d'un renégat Italien comme on le raconte....
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