Compared to churches no considerable amount of work has been done in evaluating the acoustical parameters of mosques. The present paper deals with acoustic computer simulations and in particular comparison between measured room acoustical parameters and calculated ones created in a computer model. Afterwards, models of former not any more existing mosques have been created and sound restoration for such mosques using an auralization tool will be within the main aim of this paper. Two former non anymore existing but in the literature well known mosques will be modeled and sound auralization will be performed to demonstrate what kind of acoustic conditions we have had inside these mosques and how the two mosques sounded at that time.
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