077- A view of the façade of the assembly hall in the Is’ardiyya. The dominant feature of the façade is the cantilevered mihrab salient in the center of this image. This is a unique form in the architecture of Jerusalem. It is capped by a ribbed dome and rests on muqarnas corbelling. On each side of the mihrab are two windows, one taller and wider than the other; the windows are set in shallow muqarnas-headed recesses.