Mosque Architecture, a few samples, in Central Asia.
In Karakol, Kyrgyzstan this is a Dungan (Chinese Muslim) Mosque (built 1907). The blue makes it kin to the blue domes of Central Asia and Persia, but the rest of the architecture certainly looks like a Buddhist Pagoda.
Sky-blue minaret in Dungan Mosque, Karakol
Inside of the Dungan Mosque in Karakol
Astana, Kazakhstan (breathtaking mix of modern and ancient)
Golden Mosque in Astana, Kazakhstan