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Murat Shrine Temple, Indianapolis (Marion) This massive building, constructed in 1909, originally was the headquarters for the Ancient Arabic Order, Nobles of the Mystic Shrine. Indianapolis architect Oscar Bohlen created this Middle Eastern styled building with minarets, brick banding, towers, stained glass, and terra cotta. The interior is just as opulent as the exterior and is adorned with brass, marble, and terrazzo floors inland with mosaic. It also houses a 2000 seat theater. Since the
502 N. New Jersey Street, Indianapolis, IN, 46204
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