3.03 Domes


According to the book entitled "The Dome In The Roman Architecture: Development, Design, Construction" (1985) by Jürgen Rasch, the
Romans were the first to build the dome. It is imperative to note that domes are only found in post-Greek architecture for they were not constructed until after Greenland was discovered around 1 B.C./1 A.D. when it was finally realized that the upper part of Earth resembles a dome-like shape. The discovery of dome-like Greenland was so monumental to the Romans, they marked the occasion by changing their entire timeline from B.C. to A.D. and traded in their Julian Calendar (J/G+L+N), meaning something to the effect of "GL No" or No Greenland", for the Gregorian calendar (G+R+G+R+N), meaning something to the effect of "Greenland Rome X" (N=X). Regardless of the literal interpretation of the Roman calendar titles, modern historical accounts confirm that "Monumental domes began to appear in the 1st century B.C." (i.e., the 1st century B.C. spans from the first day of 100 B.C. until the last day of 1 B.C), essentially confirming that the first Roman dome was built around the time of the B.C. to A.D. transition, otherwise known as Anno Domini (N+N+D+M+N), meaning “No Dome”. Although the Romans are historically only credited with building 78 domes and 8 half domes, Roman domes can be found today in every country, state and major city on Earth. It’s not a coincidence that all governments and major religions of the world just happen share the same architectural tastes—it’s part of a much larger Roman conspiracy.

Defining "Dome"
The term "Dome" (D+M) is the algebraic total of the two English consonant letters known as "D" and "M". The letter "D" represent "Day", while "M" represents "M-fire" or "Empire". The letter "M" is the 13th letter in the English alphabet and equates to the
number 13 which is representative of the 13 bloodlines of Rome which have since moved to Greenland. In other words, the country of Greenland is physically shaped like a dome and it is always daytime there, hence the term “D+M” or “Dome”. Roman English terms such as “dominate”, “domination”, "dominion", and "democide" all originate from the term "dome", for the Roman Empire exerts her dominion over the Earth from Greenland. Other English words such as "damn", "dam", "democrat, "democracy", "demand", "demon", "dim", "doom", and "dumb" are also derived from the term "dome". Dome related terminology had also been embedded in many facets of modern life and pop culture. A few examples of this include but are not limited to: the “dime” (U.S. currency coin); the term known as "doomsday"; the game of Dominoes; Domino’s Pizza; the University of Notre Dame; the movie entitled "Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom" (1984); the book "Under The Dome" (2009); and the television show "Under The Dome" (2013). 

Modern Roman Domes
Today, a majority of the world's most important and recognizable buildings feature a Roman dome: the “
Dome of the Rock”  (Jerusalem, Israel); the Kremlin (Moscow, Russia); the Royal Pavilion (Brighton, England); St. Peter's Basilica (Vatican City, Italy); the Taj Mahal (Agra, India); and the U.S. Capitol Building (Washington, D.C.). Aside from the aforementioned tourist attractions, there are literally tens of thousands of other buildings which also feature a Roman dome (e.g., capitol buildings, cathedrals, churches, governmental buildings, museums, mosques, synagogues, temples, theaters and universities, etc.), including numerous sports stadiums around the world such as the Mercedes-Benz Superdome (New Orleans, Louisiana) and nuclear reactors such as the San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station (San Diego, California). The Roman dome is also featured in the logo of Hamas, an Islamic terror group which was spawned by the state of Israel.

Number of Roman Domes
Although a majority of Roman domes are currently camouflaged under the guise of puppet governments and various religious denominations (i.e., Catholicism, Christianity, Islam, Hinduism, and Buddhism), the fact is that Romans domes exist in mass unequivocally indicates that the world is still under the brutal “dome-ination” of the Roman Empire. A total of 1,125 Roman domes have been identified thus far, most of which happen to be religious buildings such as basilicas, cathedrals, churches, mosques, and temples. Considering that as of 2011, there were reportedly
3,068 Roman Catholic cathedrals and 1,615 Roman Catholic basilicas around the world, the total number of domed Roman Catholic Churches is likely in the thousands. In respect to mosques, as of 2004, China reportedly had 45,000 mosques, and as of 2013, Turkey reportedly had 82,693 mosques, many of which also feature a Roman dome. In other words, the total amount of religious buildings around the world which currently feature a Roman dome is simply staggering and hard to fathom. A very conservative estimate would put the number in the tens of thousands.

Freedom (Free Dome)
Although the English term “
freedom” is defined as “the quality or state of being free”, its true definition is rooted deep in Roman Norse mythology and Viking paganism. Pronounced “Free”, Freyja (other names include Freya, Frejya, Freyia, Frøya, Frøjya, and Freia) was the Viking goddess of fertility while Freyr (other names include Frey) was the Viking phallic god of fertility who "bestows peace and pleasure on mortals (earthlings)". These Norse Viking god and goddesses represent the physical and sexual freedom of Greenland which is physically shaped like a “dome” rising above the Earth. In essence, the word “freedom” literally means “fertility dome”.

Sunday = Dome Day
There are currently 19 languages which used the Roman letters of “D” and “M” in their name for Sunday, the 7th day of the week (e.g., Ecclesiastical Latin (Dominica); Italian (
domenica); Old Portuguese (domingo); Portuguese (domingo); Spanish (domingo); Romanian (duminică); French (dimanche); Galician (domingo);  Catalan (diumenge); Asturian (domingu); Friulian (domenie); Neapolitan (Dummeneca); Filipino (Dominggo); Sardinian (dominiga); Interlingua (Dominica); Esperanto (dimanĉo); Irish (An Domhnach and Dé Domhnaigh); and Scottish Gaelic (Di-Dòmhnaich/Didòmhnaich). In the modern England alphabet, the number 7 equates to the letter “G” and is representative of the Greenland which is physically shaped like a dome. 

Roman Dome Hats
Complementing the Roman architectural dome are the domed shaped hats known as the Jewish
Yamaka or Kippah and the Roman Catholic Zucchetto. Although they tend to vary in color, the Kippah and the Zucchetto are symbolic of Rome's domination over humanity, mostly due to Rome’s horrific use and abuse of the Jewish race, and their very successful brainwashing program of Catholic based religions (e.g., Christian, Lutheran, Protestant, Pentecostal, Orthodox, etc.). Although domed articles of religious headdress have no doubt been given a fake and colorful history by their respective religions, in reality they symbolize continued both Roman domination and the true shape of the Earth.

Disguising Roman Dome-ination
Prior to the alleged fall of the Roman Empire, openly Roman domes could be found all across Europe, Africa, the Middle East and Asia. However, after the Roman Empire faked its own death and decided to go undercover, proxy governments and other Roman religions, namely Christianity, Islam, and Judaism, took over these once Roman domes and made them their own, at least cosmetically speaking. According to
modern historical accounts, “The conversion of non-Muslim places of worship into mosques occurred primarily during the life of Muhammad (570 A.D. – June 8, 632 A.D.) and continued during subsequent Islamic conquests and under historical Muslim rule. As a result, numerous Hindu temples, churches, synagogues, the Parthenon and Zoroastrian temples were converted into mosques”. According to early Muslim historians, towns that surrendered without resistance and made treaties with the Muslims gave the Muslims permission to take their churches and synagogues. The conversion of Roman domes from one religious domination to another has continued even in modern times and shows fluid continuity between allegedly competing Roman religions. For example, the Tripoli Cathedral (Tripoli, Libya) was built in 1928 as a Roman Catholic Church, only to be later turned into a mosque in 1970. Minus the colorful paint, tiles and minarets, mosques generally exhibit the same Greco-Roman architectural features (e.g., arches, columns, domes, minarets, phallic symbols, and twin towers) generally found in Roman Catholic basilicas, cathedrals and churches around the world. It is imperative to note that first the Roman Catholic Church served as the official government up until only a few hundred years ago. Therefore, their churches, mosques and synagogues served (and still do) as an integral part of the Roman intelligence network which used minarets and church steeples for secret electronic communication, most likely with the use of two-way radios using AM and FM-like frequencies.

African Domes

A total of 23 Roman domes have been identified in Africa thus far: Algeria: Notre Dame d'Afrique (Algiers); Angola: Luanda Cathedral (Luanda); Ethiopia: St. George's Cathedral (Addis Abab); Fasil Ghebbi (Gonder); Guyana: Parliament Building (Georgetown); Ivory Coast: Basilica of Our Lady of Peace of Yamoussoukro (Yamoussoukro); Kenya: Jamia Mosque (Nairobi); Libya: Ottoman Clock Tower (Tripoli); Tripoli Cathedral (Tripoli); Mali: Monument Al Quoods (Bamako); Mozambique: Maputo Railway Station (Maputo); Niger: Niamey Grand Mosque (Niamey); Nigeria: Abuja National Mosque (Abuja) ; Senegal: Dakar Cathedral (Dakar); Uganda: Bahá'í House of Worship (Kampala); South Africa: City Hall (Cape Town); Old Council Chambers (Pretoria); The Old Raadsaal (Bloemfontein); The Palace of Justice (Pretoria); Union Buildings (Pretoria); Town Hall (Pretoria); and Tunisia: Cathedral of St. Vincent de Paul (Tunis); Mosque of Oqba (Kairouan); and Saint Louis Cathedral (Carthage).

Asian Domes
A total of 27 Roman domes have been identified in Asia thus far: Bangladesh: Ahsan Manzil (Dhaka); Hussaini Dalan (Dhaka); Mosque City of Bagerhat (Bagerhat); Saat Masjid (Dhaka); Brunei: Sultan Omar Ali Saifuddin Mosque (Bandar Seri Begawan); Thailand: Royal Plaza (Bangkok); China: Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception (Beijing); Presidential Office Building (Taipei, Taiwan); St. Joseph Cathedral (Tianjin); St. Joseph's Church (Beijing); Saint Sophia Cathedral (Harbin); Tsinghua University Auditorium (Beijing); Indonesia: Jakarta History Museum (Jakarta); Istiqlal Mosque (Jakarta); Japan: National Diet Building (Tokyo); Hiroshima Peace Memorial (Hiroshima); Holy Resurrection Cathedral (Tokyo); Urakami Cathedral (Urakami); Malaysia: Mosque Jamek (Kuala Lumpur); Sultan Salahuddin Abdul Aziz Mosque (Shah Alam); Mongolia: Holy Trinity Church (Ulan Bator); Palau:  Ngerulmud Capitol Building (Ngerulmud); Philippines: Binondo Church (Manila); Malolos Cathedral (Malolos City); Manila Cathedral (Manila); Manila City Hall (Manila); Quiapo Church (Manila); and Singapore: Old Supreme Court Building (Singapore).

Oceanic Domes
A total of 10 Roman domes have been identified in Oceana thus far: Australia: Australian War Memorial (Canberra, ACT); Bahá'í House of Worship (Sydney, New South Wales); Garden Palace (Sydney, New South Wales); Our Lady of Victories Basilica (Melbourne, Victoria); Royal Exhibition Building (Melbourne, Victoria); St. Francis Xavier’s Cathedral (Geraldton); St. Peter and Paul Cathedral (Melbourne, Victoria); Sydney Exchange Square (Sydney, New South Wales); and New Zealand: Cathedral of the Blessed Sacrament (Christchurch); and St. Mary's Basilica (Invercargill).

Canadian Domes
A total of 15 Roman domes have been identified in Canada thus far: Cathedral of St. George (Saskatchewan, Saskatoon); Cathedral of the Transfiguration (Markham, Ontario); Manitoba Legislative Building (Winnipeg, Manitoba); Mary, Queen of the World Cathedral (Montreal, Quebec); Notre-Dame Basilica-Cathedral (Quebec City, Quebec); Our Lady of Assumption Co-Cathedral (Gravelbourg, Saskatchewan); Saint François Xavier Cathedral (Chicoutimi, Quebec); Saint Joseph's Oratory (Montreal, Quebec); Saint Sophie Ukrainian Orthodox Cathedral (Montreal, Quebec); St. George's Cathedral (Kingston, Ontario); St. John Cathedral (Edmonton, Alberta); St. Josaphat Cathedral (Edmonton, Alberta); St. Jude's Cathedral (Iqaluit, Nunavut); St. Nicholas Church (Windsor, Ontario); and Tabaret Hall, University of Ottawa (Ottawa, Ontario).

Caribbean Domes
A total of 23 Roman domes have been identified in the Caribbean thus far: Antigua and Barbuda: St. John's Cathedral (St. John’s); Barbados: Guardhouse Garrison (Bridgetown); Mutual Life Assurance Society Building (Bridgetown); Cuba: Castillo de la Real Fuerza (Havana); Castillo de San Pedro de la Roca (Santiago de Cuba); Convento de San Francisco (Trinidad); Cienfuegos Catedral (Cienfuegos); City Hall (Cienfuegos); El Capitolio (Havana); Morro Castle (Havana); Museum of the Revolution (Havana); Lonja del Comercio Building (Havana); Our Lady of Kazan Orthodox Cathedral (Havana); San José Church (Holguín); Yacht Club (Cienfuegos); Dominica Republic: National Palace (Santo Domingo); Haiti: National Palace (Port-au-Prince); Puerto Rico: Aguadilla City Hall (Aguadilla); Capitol of Puerto Rico (Old San Juan); University of Puerto Rico Clock Tower (San Juan) Trinidad and Tobago: Queen's Royal College (Port of Spain); Red House (Port of Spain); and the West Indies: Port Zante (Basseterre).

Central Asian Domes
A total of 20 Roman domes have been identified in Central Asia thus far: Armenia: Büyük Han (Nicosia); Kyrenia Gate (Nicosia); Azerbaijan: Bibi-Heybat Mosque (Baku); Iran: Mausoleums of Sheikh Safi (Ardabil); Oljeitu Mausoleum (Soltaniyeh); Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque (Isfahan); Sheykh Safi Courtyard (Ardabil) Soltaniyeh (Zanjan); Kazakhstan: Ak Orda Presidential Palace (Astana); Ascension Cathedral (Almaty); Mausoleum of Khoja Ahmed Yasawi (Turkestan); Kyrgyzstan: Orthodox Cathedral (Bishkek); Tajikistan: Presidential Palace (Dushanbe); Turkmenistan: Bahá'í House of Worship (Ashgabat); Ertuğrul Gazi Mosque (Ashgabat); Türkmenbaşy Palace (Ashgabat); Pakistan: Alamgiri Gate at Lahore Fort (Lahore); Thatta Tomb (Makli Hill); and Uzbekistan:  Historical Museum (Tashkent); and Kok Gumbaz (Shahrisabz).

European Domes
A total of 48 Roman domes have been identified in Europe thus far: Austria: Agia Triada (Vienna); Historic Center (Vienna); Melk Abbey (Wachau, Austria); Naturhistorisches Museum (Vienna); Salzburg Cathedral (Salzburg); St. Charles's Church (Vienna); St. Peter's Abbey (Salzburg); Belgium: Basilica of Our Lady (Hanswijk); Basilica of Our Lady (Scherpenheuvel); Basilica of the Sacred Heart (Brussels); Church of Saint Jacques-sur-Coudenberg (Brussels); St. Andrew's Abbey (Bruges); Denmark: Frederik's Church (Copenhagen); England: Brentwood Cathedral (Brentwood); Christ Church (Oxford University); Devonshire Royal Hospital (Buxton); Royal Pavilion (Brighton, England); National Gallery (London); Port of Liverpool Building (Liverpool); Radcliffe Camera (Oxford); Royal Albert Hall (London); Sheldonian Theatre (Oxford University); St. Paul's Cathedral (London); St. Philip's Cathedral (Birmingham); Tower of London (London); University College London (London); Wembley Stadium (London); Westminster Cathedral (Westminster); Finland: Helsinki Cathedral (Helsinki); Helsinki Old Church (Helsinki); Helsinki Senate Square (Helsinki); Lapua Cathedral (Lapua); Oulu Cathedral (Oulu); Gibraltar: Ibrahim-al-Ibrahim Mosque (Europa Point); Greece: Saint Nicholas Church (Montevideo); Ireland: Cathedral of Christ the King (Mullingar); Cathedral of the Assumption (Thurles); Church of St Nicholas of Myra (Dublin); Dublin Castle (Dublin); National Museum of Ireland (Dublin); St. Mel's Cathedral (Longford); The Custom House (Dublin); Malta: Carmelite Church (Valletta); Rotunda of Mosta (Mosta); Monaco: Monte Carlo Casino (Monaco); Netherlands:  Basilica of St. Nicholas (Amsterdam); Royal Palace (Amsterdam); Norway: National Theatre (Oslo); Portugal: Basilica of the Sacred Heart of Jesus of Estrela (Lisbon); Ribeira Palace (Lisbon); Jerónimos Monastery (Lisbon); Scotland: Cowdray Hakll (Aberdeen); Dr. Grays Hospital (Eglin); Edinburgh Bank of Scotland (Edinburgh); His Majesty's Theatre (Aberdeen); McEwan Hall (Edinburgh); Mitchell Library (Glasgow); Museum and Art Gallery (Perth); St. Marks Church (Aberdeen); Standard Life Building (Edinburgh); University of Edinburgh (Edinburgh); and Wellington Square Gardens (Ayr); Sweden: Royal Dramatic Theatre (Stockholm); Stockholm School of Economics (Stockholm); and Switzerland: Federal Palace of Switzerland (Bern).

Eastern European Domes
A total of 86 Roman domes have been identified in the Eastern Europe thus far: Albania: Resurrection Cathedral (Korçë); Belarus: Cathedral of Saint Virgin Mary (Minsk); Island of Courage and Sorrow (Minsk); St. Elizabeth Monastery (Minsk); St. Francis Xavier Cathedral (Grodno); St. Mary Magdalene (Minsk); Bosnia and Herzegovina: Academy of Arts (Sarajevo); Cathedral of Christ the Saviour (Banja Luka); Ferhadija Mosque (Sarajevo); Sahat Kula (Sarajevo); Sarajevo Synagogue (Sarajevo); Sebilj (Sarajevo); Serb Orthodox Cathedral (Sarajevo); Serbian Orthodox Church (Sarajevo); Tsars Mosque (Sarajevo); University of Sarajevo Faculty of Law Building (Sarajevo); Bulgaria: Alexander Nevsky Cathedral (Sofia); Bulgarian Academy of Sciences Headquarters (Sofia); Church of St. George (Kyustendil); Dormition of the Mother of God Cathedral (Varna); National Assembly of Bulgaria (Sofia); Patriarchal Cathedral of the Holy Ascension of God (Veliko Tarnovo); St. Nedelya Church (Sofia); Croatia: Đakovo Cathedral (Đakovo); Dubrovnik Cathedral (Dubrovnik); Kingdom of Croatia-Slavonia Statue (Zagreb); Orthodox Cathedral (Zagreb); Šibenik Cathedral (Šibenik); St. Peter's Cathedral (Ðakovo); Czech Republic: St. Nicholas Church (Prague); Basilica of the Assumption (Svatý Hostýn); Basilica of St, Lawrence and St Zdislava (Jablonné v Podještědí); Estonia:Alexander Nevsky Cathedral (Tallinn); Georgia: Presidential Palace (Tbilisi); Hungry: Buda Castle (Budapest); Budapest-Nyugati Railway Terminal (Budapest); Esztergom Basilica (Esztergom); Hungarian Parliament Building (Budapest); Museum of Applied Arts (Budapest); Pannonhalma Archabbey (Pannonhalma); St. Stephen's Basilica (Budapest); Széchenyi Thermal Bath (Budapest); Kosovo: Church of St. Nicholas (Prizren); National Public Library (Pristina); The Stone Mosque (Pristina); Latvia: City Hall (Riga); Nativity Cathedral (Riga); Ss. Boris and Gleb Cathedral (Daugavpils); Lithuania: Karaite Kenesa (Vilnius); Palace of the Grand Dukes of Lithuania (Vilnius); Panevėžys Cathedral (Panevėžys); Vilnius Cathedral (Vilnius); Vilnius University.Observatory (Vilnius); Macedonia: Archeological Museum (Skopje); Čifte Hammam (Skopje); Church of St. Panteleimon (Nerezi); Church of the Holy Mother of God (Skopje); Clocktower of St. Dimitri (Skopje); Isa Bey Mosque (Skopje); Marko's Monastery (Skopje); Mustafa Pasha Mosque (Skopje); Moldova: Tiraspolskaya Dubosarskaya Church (Tiraspol); Montenegro: Cathedral of the Resurrection of Christ (Podgorica); Church of Our Lady of Health (Kotor Bay); Clock Tower (Podgorica); Poland: Basilica of Our Lady (Licheń); Basilica of St Vincent de Paul (Bydgoszcz); Basilica of the Immaculate Conception (Gostyń); Sejm Parliament Building (Warsaw); Romania: Bucharest Russian Church (Bucharest); Cademia de Studii Economice (Bucharest); CEC Palace (Bucharest); Palace of the Patriarchate (Bucharest); Romanian Athenaeum (Bucharest); Spitalul Colțea (Bucharest); Slovenia: Ljubljana Cathedral (Ljubljana); Serbia: Cathedral of Saint Sava (Belgrade): Switzerland: ETH Dome (Zürich); Grossmünster (Zürich); Kirche Enge (Zürich); University of Zurich (Zürich); and Ukraine: Holy Dormition Cathedral (Kiev); Saint Sophia's Cathedral (Kiev); St. Michael's Golden-Domed Monastery (Kiev); St. Volodymyr's Cathedral (Kiev); and Verkhovna Rada Building (Kiev).

French Domes
A total of 55 Roman domes have been identified in the France thus far: Basilica of Notre-Dame (Boulogne-sur-Mer); Basilica of Our Lady (Grey); Basilica of Our Lady of Victory (Saint-Raphaël); Basilica of Saint-Ferjeux (Besançon); Basilica of St. Clotilde (Reims); Basilica of St. Martin (Tours); Basilica of the Sacred Heart (Nancy); Basilique du Sacré-Cœur (Paris); Blois Cathedral (Blois); Boulevard Haussmann and Rue Pasquier (Paris); Bourg-en-Bresse Cathedral (Bourg-en-Bresse); Bourse de Commerce (Paris); Cathedral Basilica of St John the Evangelist (Besançon); Chapelle Expiatoire (Paris); Chapelle Notre Dame de Consolation (Paris); Chapelle Notre-Dame-des-Ardilliers (Saumur); Church of the Val-de-Grâce (Paris); Coupole Dauphinoise (Grenoble); Église du Saint-Esprit (Paris); Église Notre-Dame-de-l'Assomption (Paris); Église Saint-Augustin (Paris); Église Saint-Dominique (Paris); Église Saint-Joseph-des-Carmes (Paris); Église Saint-Paul-Saint-Louis (Paris); Eglise Saint Saturnin (Blois); Église Saint-Sulpice (Paris); Évreux Cathedral (Évreux); Gaumont Opéra (Paris); Guimet Museum (Paris); Hôtel-Dieu de Lyon (Lyon); Hotel Negresco (Nice); Institut de France (Paris); La Santé Prison (Paris); Les Invalides (Paris); Marseille Cathedral (Marseille); Nice Observatory (Nice); Notre-Dame de Bon-Port (Nantes); Palais de la Découverte (Paris); Palais de la Légion d'Honneur (Paris); Palais Garnier (Paris); Panthéon (Paris); Parc Monceau (Paris); Périgueux Cathedral (Périgueux); Petit Palais (Paris); Pitié-Salpêtrière Hospital (Paris); Printemps (Paris); Regard de la Lanterne (Paris); Rennes Cathedral (Rennes); Russian Orthodox Cathedral (Nice); Saint Front Cathedral (Périgueux); Sorbonne (Paris); Temple du Marais (Paris); Théâtre du Rond-Point (Paris); Tribunal de Commerce (Paris); and Vaux-le-Vicomte (Melun).

German Domes
A total of 15 Roman domes have been identified in Germany thus far: Aachen Cathedral (Aachen); Bahá'í House of Worship (Langenhain); Berlin Cathedral (Berlin); Bode Museum (Berlin); Charlottenburg Palace (Berlin); Einhard Basilica (Seligenstadt); Ettal Abbey (Bavaria); French Cathedral (Berlin); Neue Kirche (Berlin); New Synagogue (Berlin); Reichstag Building (Berlin); St. Blaise's Cathedral (Baden-Württemberg); St. Clement's Basilica (Hanover); St. Hedwig's Cathedral (Berlin); and St. Nicholas' Church (Potsdam).

Indian & Sri Lankan Domes
A total of 24 Roman domes have been identified in India and Sri Lanka thus far: India: Akshardham (Delhi); Audienzhalle (Fatehpur Sikri); Basilica of Our Lady of Graces (Sardhana); Cathedral Church of the Redemption (New Delhi); Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus (Mumbai); Gol Gumbaz (Karnataka); Gurudwara Bangla Sahib (Delhi); Humayun's Tomb (Delhi); Lotus Temple (Delhi); Madhya Pradesh (Sanchi); Our Lady of Rosary (Mangalore); Our Lady of Snows Basilica (Thoothukudi); Prem Mandir (Rajkot); Rashtrapati Bhavan (Delhi); Red Fort (Old Delhi); Sacred Heart Cathedral (New Delhi); St. Francis Xavier's Cathedral (Bangalore); St. George Syro-Malabar Basilica (Angamaly); St. Xavier's Church (Kottar); Taj Mahal (Agra); and the Victoria Memorial (Calcuta); and Sri Lanka: Town Hall (Colombo); Royal College Colombo (Colombo); and Ruwanwelimahaseya (Ruwanwelisaya).

Italian Domes
A total of 39 Roman domes have been identified in Italy thus far: Ales Cathedral (Ales, Sardinia); Ancona Cathedral (Ancona); Archbasilica of St. John Lateran (Rome); Baptistry (Pisa); Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore (Rome); Basilica of San Lorenzo (Milan); Bosa Cathedral (Bosa); Castelsardo Cathedral (Castelsardo, Sardinia); Catania Cathedral (Catania, Sicily); Chiesa di S.Giorgio dei Greci (Venice); Ducal Palace (Urbino); Florence Cathedral (Florence); Forum Romanum (Rome); Manfredonia Cathedral (Manfredonia); Monte Cassino (Cassino); Montefiascone Cathedral (Viterbo); Orto botanico di Padova (Padua); Palermo Cathedral (Palermo, Sicily); Pantheon (Rome); Parma Cathedral (Parma); Piazza dei Miracoli (Pisa); Piazza dei Miracoli (Tuscany); Piazza Vittorio Veneto Church (Canosa); San Giorgio dei Greci (Venice); San Pietro in Montorio (Rome); Santa Maria dei Miracoli (Rome); Santa Maria in Montesanto (Rome); Santi Cosma e Damiano (Rome); Sanctuary of Vicoforte (Vicoforte); St. Mark's Basilica (Venice);  St. Peter's Basilica (Vatican City); Teatro Massimo (Palermo, Sicily); Treviso Cathedral (Treviso);  Trinita dei Monti (Rome); Turin Cathedral (Turin); Urbino Cathedral (Urbino); Vercelli Cathedral (Vercelli); Vicenza Cathedral (Vicenza); Vigevano Cathedral (Vigevano); and Villa Capra "La Rotonda" (Vicenza).

Mexican Domes
A total of 16 Roman domes have been identified in Mexico thus far: Basílica Colegiata de Nuestra Señora (Guanajuato); Basilica of Our Lady of Guadalupe (Mexico City); Basilica of Zapopan (Zapopan); Catedral Basílica (Durango); Catedral De Morelia (Morelia); Cathedral of Chihuahua (Chihuahua); Cathedral of Cuernavaca (Popocatépet); Cuernavaca Cathedral (Cuernavaca); Guadalajara Cathedral (Guadalajara); Metropolitan Cathedral (Mexico City); Monument to the Mexican Revolution (Mexico City); Morelia Cathedral (Morelia); Palacio de Bellas Artes (Mexico City); Tepoztlan Monastery (Popocatépetl); Sanctuary of Atotonilco (Guanajuato); and the Secretary of Education Headquarters (Mexico City).

Middle Eastern Domes
A total of 37 Roman domes have been identified in the Middle East thus far: Egypt: Ain Shams University (Cairo); Al-Azhar Mosque (Cairo); Cairo Citadel (Cairo); Cairo University (Cairo); Mashhad of Sayyida Ruqayya (Cairo); Mohammed ali Basha Mosque (Cairo); Mosque Mausoleum Zaynab (Cairo); Mosque of Ibn Tulun (Cairo); Nafisa Mausoleum (Cairo); Saint Catherine's Monastery (Mount Sinai); Saint Mark's Coptic Orthodox Cathedral (Cairo); Israel: Church of the Holy Sepulchre (Jerusalem); Dome of the Rock (Jerusalem); Heichal Shlomo (Jerusalem); Mahmood Mosque (Haifa); Russian Compound (Jerusalem); Shrine of the Báb (Haifa); Jordan: King Abdullah Mosque (Amman); Umayyad Palace (Amman); Kuwait: Grand Mosque (Kuwait City); Lebanon: Saint George Maronite Cathedral (Beirut); Qatar: Birla Public School (Doha); Saudi Arabia: Green Dome (Medina); Syria: Kuppel Nur ad-Din Madrasa (Damascus); Qubbat al-Khazna (Damascus); Umayyad Mosque (Damascus); Saladin Mouselum Tomb (Damascus); Tekkiye Mosque (Damascus); Turkey: Agia Triada Greek Orthodox Church (Istanbul); Hagia Sophia (Istanbul); Kocatepe Mosque (Ankara); Museum of Anatolian Civilizations (Ankara); Ortaköy Mosque (Istanbul); Selimiye Mosque (Edirne); Suleymaniye Mosque (Istanbul); Sultan Ahmed Mosque (Istanbul); and Yemen: Mosque (Sana'a, Yemen).

Russian Domes
A total of 32 Roman domes have been identified in tRussia thus far: Antoniev Monastery (Novgorod); Assumption Cathedral (Yaroslavl); Cathedral of Christ the Saviour (Moscow); Cathedral of Saint Demetrius (Vladimir); Church of Boris and Gleb (Kideksha); Church of Elijah the Prophet (Yaroslavl); Church of the Assumption of the Virgin (Novgorod); Church of the Intercession (Vladimir); Dormition Cathedral (Vladimir); Great Patriotic War Monument (Moscow); Golden Gate (Vladimir); International House of Music (Moscow); Monastery of Saint Euthymius (Suzdal); Novodevichy Convent (Moscow); Peryn Chapel (Veliky Novgorod); Russian Orthodox Church (Moscow); Saint George Cathedral (Yuryev-Polsky); Saint Isaac's Cathedral (St. Petersburg); Saint Nicholas Cathedral (Novgorod); Saint Nicholas Church (Lipno Island); Sanatorium (Saratov, Russia); Savior's Cathedral (Pereslavl-Zalessky); Saviour Church (Nereditsa); Spaso-Preobrazhensky Monastery (Yaroslavl); St. John the Baptist Church (Yaroslavl); St. Nicholas Church (Buzhaninovo); St. Nicholas Church (Taganrog); Sts. Peter and Paul Church (Novgorod); Suzdal Kremlin (Suzdal); Trinity Lavra of St. Sergius (Sergiyev Posad); Yuriev Monastery (Novgorod); and Zverin Monastery (Novgorod).

South American Domes
A total of 61 Roman domes have been identified in South America thus far:  Argentina: Alta Gracia (Córdoba); Atardecer en el Congreso (Buenos Aires); Basílica Itatí (Itatí); Buenos Aires Cabildo (Buenos Aires); Buenos Aires Metropolitan Cathedral (Buenos Aires); Cathedral Basilica of Our Lady of Peace (Lomas de Zamora); Cathedral Basilica of Our Lady of the Rosary (Rosario); Cathedral Basilica of Our Lady of the Valley (San Fernando del Valle de Catamarca); La Recoleta Cemetery (Buenos Aires); Nuestra Señora de Belén Church (Buenos Aires); Rosario Board of Trade (Santa Fe); Torre Monumental (Buenos Aires); Bolivia: Catedral Metropolitana (La Paz); Chiesa di Santa Barbara (Santa Cruz de Mompox); Government Palace (La Paz); Metropolitan Cathedral of Saint Sebastian (Cochabamba); San Francisco Church (La Paz); Brazil: Congresso Nacional (Brasilia); Igreja Matriz (Diamantina); São Paulo Cathedral (São Paulo); Chile: Basilica of Lourdes (Santiago); Biblioteca Nacional de Chile (Santiago); Cerrosantalucia (Santiago); Metropolitan Cathedral (Santiago); Sagrario Cathedral (Rancagua); Costa Rica: Morazan (San José,); Nuestra Señora de los Ángeles (Cartago); Santiago Stock Exchange (Santiago); Colombia: Abou Bakr Alsiddiq Mosque (Bogotá); Basilica of Our Lady of Mercies (Yarumal); Basilica of Our Lord of Miracles (San Pedro); Basilica of the Sacred Heart of Jesus (Bogotá); Cartagena Cathedral (Cartagena); Cathedral Basilica of St James (Tunja); Journalists' Park (Bogotá); Primary Cathedral (Bogotá); Ecuador: Basilica of Our Lady of the Heights (Ambato); Cathedral of Quito (Quito); Church of the Society of Jesus (Quito); Domes of the New Cathedral (Cuenca); National Shrine of Our Lady (El Quinche); New Cathedral (Cuenca); Metropolitan Cathedral (Quito); El Salvador: Maria Auxiliadora "Don Rua" Church (San Salvador); Metropolitan Cathedral (San Salvador); Guatemala: Guatemala Cathedral (Guatemala City); Honduras: Basilica Virgen de Suyapa (Tegucigalpa); Metropolitan Cathedral (Tegucigalpa, Honduras); Panama: Bahá'í House of Worship (Panama City); San Francisco de Asis Church (Panama City); Paraguay: National Pantheon of Heroes (Asunción); Peru: Basilica of St. Francis (Lima); Cathedral Basilica of Santa María (Trujillo); Lima Stock Exchange (Lima); San Francisco Church (Lima); Uruguay: Iglesia Punta Carretas (Montevideo); Palacio Salvo (Montevideo); Plaza Constitución (Montevideo); and Venezuela: National Capitol Building (Caracas); and the National Pantheon of Venezuela (Caracas).

Spanish Domes
A total of 20 Roman domes have been identified in Spain thus far: Almudena Cathedral (Madrid); Basilica of Our Lady of the Holm Oak (Ponferrada); Basilica of St. Ignatius of Loyola (Azpeitia); Basilica of St. Mary of Elche (Elche); Cathedral of Santiago (Compostela); Concatedral de San Nicolás (Alicante); Crystal Palace (Madrid); El Escorial (Madrid); Las Palmas Cathedral (Gran Canaria); Metropolis Building (Madrid); Monasterio de Guadalupe (Guadalupe); Museo Nacional de Ciencias Naturales (Madrid); New Cathedral (Salamanca); Old Cathedral (Salamanca); Royal Palace (Madrid); Sanctuary of Loyola (Azpeitia); School of Mines (Madrid); Spanish National Observatory (Madrid); St. Isidore Church (Madrid); and the Tower of Hercules (Galicia).

U.S. Capitol Domes

A Roman dome is
prominently featured atop the United States Capitol (Washington, D.C.) and 40 of 50 U.S. state capital buildings: Alabama State Capitol (Montgomery); Arizona State Capitol (Phoenix); Arkansas State Capitol (Little Rock); California State Capitol (Sacramento); Colorado State Capitol (Denver); Connecticut State Capitol (Hartford); Florida State Capitol (Tallahassee); Georgia State Capitol (Atlanta); Idaho State Capitol (Boise); Illinois State Capitol (Springfield); Indiana Statehouse (Indianapolis); Iowa State Capitol (Des Moines); Kansas State Capitol (Topeka); Kentucky State Capitol (Frankfort); Maine State House (Augusta); Maryland State House (Annapolis); Massachusetts State House (Boston); Michigan State Capitol (Lansing); Minnesota State Capitol (Saint Paul); Mississippi State Capitol (Jackson); Missouri State Capitol (Jefferson City); Montana State Capitol (Helena); Nebraska State Capitol (Lincoln); Nevada State Capitol (Carson City); New Hampshire State House (Concord); New Jersey State House (Trenton); North Carolina State Capitol (Raleigh); Oklahoma State Capitol (Oklahoma City); Pennsylvania State Capitol (Harrisburg); Rhode Island State House (Providence); South Carolina State House (Columbia); South Dakota State Capitol (Pierre); Tennessee State Capitol (Nashville); Texas State Capitol (Austin); Utah State Capitol (Salt Lake City); Vermont State House (Montpelier); Washington State Capitol (Olympia); West Virginia State Capitol (Charleston); Wisconsin State Capitol (Madison); and the Wyoming State Capitol (Cheyenne). Although the U.S. states of Alaska, Delaware, Hawaii, Louisiana, New Mexico, New York, North Dakota, Ohio, Oregon, and Virginia do not feature a Roman dome, the exhibit other unmistakably Greco-Roman architecture such as arches and columns.

U.S. Domes
A total of 40 Roman domes have been identified in the United States thus far: Bahá'í House of Worship (Wilmette, Illinois); Baker Memorial Library (Dartmouth College, New Hampshire); Basilica of Saint Mary (Minneapolis, Minnesota); Basilica of Saint Stanislaus Kostka (Winona, Minnesota); Basilica of St. Hyacinth (Chicago, Illinois); Basilica of St. Josaphat (Milwaukee, Wisconsin); Basilica of St. Lawrence (Asheville, North Carolina); Basilica of St. Stanislaus (Chicopee, Massachusetts); Basilica of the National Shrine of Our Lady of Fatima (Lewiston, New York); Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception (Washington, D.C.); Basilica of the National Shrine of the Little Flower (San Antonio, Texas); Cathedral Basilica (Saint Louis, Missouri); Cathedral Basilica of St. James (Brooklyn, New York); Cathedral Basilica of St. Joseph (San Jose, California); Cathedral Basilica of the Immaculate Conception (Mobile, Alabama); Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception (Memphis, Tennessee); CitySpire Center (New York, New York); Founders Library, Howard University (Washington, D.C.); Freedom Tower (Miami, Florida); Great Dome (Cambridge, Massachusetts); Independence Hall (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania); Journey to Atlantis (Orlando, Florida); Journey to Atlantis (San Diego, California); Low Memorial Library (New York, New York); Mission San Carlos Borromeo de Carmelo (Carmel-by-the-Sea, California); Monticello (Charlottesville, Virginia); Nassau Hall (Princeton University, New Jersey); Nicholas Serracino (New York, New York); San Francisco City Hall (San Francisco, California); Woolsey Hall (Yale University, Connecticut); St. Nicholas (Salem, Massachusetts); St. Nicholas Cathedral (Washington, D.C.); St. Nicholas' Catholic Church (Zanesville, Ohio); St. Nicholas Church (Watervliet, New York); Texas A&M Academic Building (College Station, Texas); Two World Financial Center (New York, New York); Williamsburgh Savings Bank Tower (New York, New York); and Woolsey Hall (New Haven, Connecticut).

African Domed Mosques

A total of 31 Roman domed mosques have been identified in Africa thus far: Algeria: Great Mosque (Algiers); Great Mosque (Tlemcen); Ketchaoua Mosque (Algiers); Egypt: Abu Haggag Mosque (Luxor); Aqsunqur Mosque (Cairo); Al-Azhar Mosque (Cairo); Al-Hakim Mosque (Cairo); El-Mursi Abul Abbas Mosque (Alexandria); El-Tabia Mosque (Aswan); Mosque-Madrassa of Sultan Hassan (Cairo); Mosque of Amr ibn al-As (Fustat); Mosque of Ibn Tulun (Cairo); Mosque of Muhammad Ali (Cairo); Sidi Arif Mosque (Sohag); Eritrea: Sheikh Hanafi Mosque (Massawa); Morocco: Hassan II Mosque (Casablanca); Niger: Niamey Grand Mosque (Niamey); Nigeria: Abuja National Mosque (Abuja); Senegal: Central Mosque of Saintlouis (Saint-Louis); Great Mosque of Ouakam (Ouakam); Great Mosque (Touba); Somalia: Fakr ad-Din Mosque (Mogadishu); South Africa: Darul Uloom Zakariyya (Lenasia); Habibia Soofie Saheb Jamia Masjid (Cape Town); Ladysmith-Sufi Mosque (Ladysmith); Sudan: Masjid Al-Nilin (Omdurman); Tunisia: Al-Zaytuna Mosque (Tunis); Great Mosque of Mahdiya (Mahdiya); Mosquée Ennasr (Aryanah); Mosque of Uqba (Kairouan); and Uganda: Uganda National Mosque (Kampala).

Asian Domed Mosques
A total of 44 Roman domed mosques have been identified in Asia thus far: Bangladesh: Bibi Maryam Masjid (Killarpur); Chandanpura Masjid (Kaptai); Chawk Mosque (Chowk Bazaar); Khan Mohammad Mridha Mosque (Dhaka); Nine Dome Mosque (Bagerhat); Sixty Dome Mosque (Bagerhat); Sona Mosque (Chapai Nawabganj); China: Dongguan Mosque (Xining); Harbin Mosque (Harbin); Id Kah Mosque (Kashgar); Khotan Mezquita (Khotan); Kowloon Masjid and Islamic Centre (Kowloon, Hong Kong); Muslim Mosque (Lhasa, Tibet); Taichung Mosque (Taichung City); Taipei Grand Mosque (Taipei, Taiwan); Yarkand Calles Mezquita (Yarkand);  Yarkand Mosque (Hotan); Japan: Kobe Mosque (Kobe); Thailand: Ban Hoe Mosque  (Chiang Mai); Malaysia: An-Nur Jamek Mosque (Labuan); As Syakirin Mosque (Kuala Lumpur); City Mosque (Kota Kinabalu); Crystal Mosque (Wan Man); Jamek Mosque (Kuala Lumpur); Malacca Straits Mosque (Malacca Island); Putra Mosque (Putrajaya);  Sabah State Mosque (Kota Kinabalu); Sultan Abdul Samad Mosque (Selangor); Sultan Abu Bakar State Mosque (Johor); Sultan Ahmad Shah State Mosque (Pahang); Sultan Salahuddin Abdul Aziz Mosque (Selangor); Sultan Salahuddin Abdul Aziz Mosque (Shah Alam); Tengku Ampuan Afzan Mosque (Pahang); Tengku Tengah Zaharah Mosque (Kuala Terengganu); Tuanku Mizan Zainal Abidin Mosque (Putrajaya); Ubudiah Mosque (Kuala Kangsar); Zahir Mosque (Alor Setar); Philippines: Masjid Al-Dahab (Manila); Singapore: Masjid Al-Ansar (Singapore); Masjid Hajjah Fatimah (Singapore); Masjid Malabar (Singapore); Masjid Omar Kampong Melaka (Singapore); Masjid Sultan (Singapore); and South Korea: Seoul Central Mosque (Seol).

Central Asian Domed Mosques
A total of 91 Roman domed mosques have been identified in Central Asia thus far:Afghanistan: Abdul Rahman Mosque (Kabul); Friday Mosque (Herat); Jama Masjid (Herat); Khost Mosque (Khost); Lashkar Gah Mosque (Lashkar Gah); Mosque of Jalalabad (Jalalabad); Shrine of Hazrat Ali (Mazari Sharif); Shrine of the Cloak (Kandahar); Armenia: Abbas Mirza Mosque (Yerevan); Blue Mosque (Yerevan); Azerbaijan; Agdam Mosque (Agdam); Ali ibn Abi Talib Mosque (Buzovna); Bibi-Heybat Mosque (Baku); Haji Rufai Bey Mosque (Nakhichevan); Juma Mosque (Baku); Juma Mosque (Ganja); Mashadi Garib Mosque (Buzovna); Mustafa Qazdal Mosque (Qusar); Palace Mosque (Baku);  Taza Pir Mosque (Baku); Yukhari Govhar Agha Mosque (Shusha); Iran: Agha Bozorg Mosque (Kāshān); Al-Nabi Mosque (Qazvin); Blue Mosque (Tabriz); Fatima Masumeh Shrine (Qom);  Imam Mosque (Isfahan);  Imam Reza Shrine (Mashhad); Imamzadeh Hamzah (Tabriz); Imamzadeh Hashem (Amol); Imamzadeh Husayn (Qazvin); Imamzadeh Ja'far (Borujerd); Jameh Mosque (Bastak); Jameh Mosque (Borujerd); Jamkaran Mosque (Jamkaran); Jameh Mosque (Nain); Jameh Mosque (Qazvin); Jame Mosque (Yazd); Jameh Mosque (Zanjan); Jameh Mosque (Tabriz); Mausoleum of Khomeini (Tehran); Shah-Abdol-Azim Shrine (Rey); Shah Cheragh (Shiraz); Pakistan: Badshahi Mosque (Lahore); Bhong Mosque (Rahim Yar Khan District); Data Durbar Complex (Lahore); Golden Mosque (Lahore); Khizra Masjid (Lahore); King Mosque (Shahi Eid Gah); Lohari Gate Mosque (Lahore); Masjid Alkauthar (Islamabad); Masjid-e-Shohdah (Lahore); Masjid e Tooba (Karachi); Moti Masjid (Lahore); Shah Jahan Mosque (Thatta); Suneri Mosque (Lahore); Wazir Khan Mosque (Lahore); Turkey: Bayezid II Mosque (Istanbul); Bursa Grand Mosque (Bursa); Emir Sultan Mosque (Bursa); Eyüp Sultan Mosque (Istanbul); Fatih Mosque (Istanbul); Kocatepe Mosque (Ankara); Laleli Mosque (Istanbul); Mihrimah Mosque (Istanbul); Muğdat Mosque (Mersin); New Mosque (Istanbul); Nuruosmaniye Mosque (Istanbul); Ortaköy Mosque (Istanbul); Rüstem Pasha Mosque (Istanbul); Sabancı Merkez Camii (Adana); Şehzade Mosque (Istanbul); Selimiye Mosque (Edirne); Sinan Pasha Mosque (Istanbul); Süleymaniye Mosque (Istanbul); Sultan Ahmed Mosque (Istanbul); Tarsus Grand Mosque (Tarsus); Üç Şerefeli Mosque (Edirne); Yavuz Selim Mosque (Istanbul); and Turkmenistan: Ertuğrul Gazi Mosque (Ashgabat); Gökdepe Mosque (Gokdepe); Gurbanguly Hajji Mosque (Mary); and Türkmenbaşy Ruhy Mosque (Gypjak).

European Domed Mosques

A total of 71 Roman domed mosques have been identified in greater Europe thus far: Albania: Et'hem Bey Mosque (Tirana); Austria: Vienna Islamic Centre (Vienna); Bosnia and Herzegovina: Ali Pasha's Mosque (Sarajevo); Emperor's Mosque (Sarajevo); Ferhat Pasha Mosque (Banja Luka); Gazi Husrev-beg Mosque (Sarajevo); Karadzozbey Mosque (Mostar); Denmark: Hvidovre Mosque (Copenhagen); England: Al Mahdi Mosque (Bradford); Al-Rahma Mosque (Liverpool); Aziziye Mosque (London); Baitul Futuh (London); Birmingham Central Mosque (Birmingham); Bristol Jamia Mosque (Bristol);  Central Mosque (Manchester); Chesham Mosque (Chesham); Darul Barakaat Mosque (Birmingham); East London Mosque (London); Fazl Mosque (London); London Central Mosque (London); Nasir Mosque (Hartlepool); Shah Jahan Mosque (Woking); Suleymaniye Mosque (London); France: Mosque of Créteil (Créteil); Mosque of Nantes (Nantes); Germany: Anwar Mosque (Rodgau); Bait-ul Aziz (Riedstadt); Baitul Ghafur (Ginsheim-Gustavsburg); Baitul Hadi Mosque (Seligenstadt); Baitul Huda (Usingen); Baitul Momin (Münster-Hiltrup); Baitus Sami (Hanover); Bashir Mosque (Bensheim); Berlin Mosque (Berlin); Centrum Mosque (Rendsburg); Cologne Central Mosque (Cologne); DITIB-Merkez-Moschee (Duisburg); Ehsan Mosque (Mannheim); Fatih Mosque (Bremen-Gröpelingen); Fatih Mosque (Stadtallendorf); Freimann Mosque (Munich-Freimann); Große Moschee (Buggingen); Hamd Mosque (Wittlich); Islamic Centre (Hamburg); Khadija Mosque (Berlin); Mevlana Mosque (Eppingen); Mosque in Sendling (Munich); Nasir Mosque (Isselburg); Noor Mosque (Frankfurt am Main); Noor ud Din Mosque (Darmstadt); Salimya Mosque (Göttingen); Schwetzingen Mosque (Schwetzingen); Tahir Mosque (Koblenz-Lützel); Vatan Mosque (Bielefeld-Brackwede); Wesseling Mosque (Wesseling); Italy: Grande Mosquée (Rome); Kosovo: Sinan Pasha Mosque (Prizren) Netherlands: Mevlana Mosque (Rotterdam); Norway: World Islamic Mission Mosque (Oslo); Portugal: Central Mosque (Lisbon); Russia: Moscow Cathedral Mosque (Moscow); Qolşärif Mosque (Kazan); Serbia: Bajrakli Mosque (Belgrade);Scotland: Edinburgh Central Mosque (Edinburgh); Glasgow Central Mosque (Glasgow); and Sweden: Fittja Mosque (Stockholm); Gothenburg Mosque (Gothenburg); Malmö Mosque (Malmö); Stockholm Moské (Stockholm); Trollhättans Mosque (Trollhättan); and Uppsala Mosque (Uppsala).

Indian & Sri Lankan Domed Mosques
A total of 15 Roman domed mosques have been identified in India and Sri Lanka thus far: India: Asfi Mosque (Lucknow); Atala Masjid (Jaunpur); Central Mahallu Jama'ath (Kerala); Charminar Karachi (Hyderabad); Cheraman Juma Masjid (Kodungallur); Darul Uloom Deoband (Deoband); Fatehpuri Masjid (Old Delhi); Hazratbal Shrine (Srinagar); Jama Masjid (Delhi); Mecca Masjid (Hyderabad);  Moti Masjid (Delhi); Sir Syed Masjid (Aligarh); Tipu Sultan Mosque (Kolkata); Ziarat Shareef (Kakrala); and Sri Lanka: Jami Ul-Alfar Mosque (Pettah).

Middle Eastern Domed Mosques
A total of 57 Roman domed mosques have been identified in the Middle East thus far: Bahrain: Al Fateh Grand Mosque (Manama); Cyprus: Arabahmet Mosque (Nicosia); Büyük Han (Nicosia); Hala Sultan Tekke (Akykes); Kyrenia Mosque (Kyrenia); Lala Mustafa Pasha Mosque (Famagusta); Selimiye Mosque (Nicosia); Iraq: Abu Hanifa Mosque (Baghdad); Al Abbas Mosque (Karbala); Al-Askari Mosque (Sāmarrā); Al-Kadhimiya Mosque (Baghdad);  Great Mosque (Kufa); Imam Ali Mosque (Najaf); Imam Husayn Shrine (Karbala); Israel: Al-Aqsa Mosque (Jerusalem); Al-Khanqah al-Salahiyya Mosque (Jerusalem); Dome of the Rock (Jerusalem); Hassan Bek Mosque (Jaffa);  Jezzar Pasha Mosque (Acre); Mahmood Mosque (Haifa); Mahmoudiya Mosque (Jaffa); Sidna Ali Mosque (Herzliya); Jordan:  Abu Darweesh Mosque (Amman);  King Abdullah I Mosque (Amman); Kuwait: Al Maylem Mosque (Kuwait City); Al Othman Mosque (Hawalli); Grand Mosque (Kuwait City); Lebanon: Khatem Al-Anbiyaa Mosque (Beirut); Mansouri Great Mosque (Tripoli); Mohammad Al-Amin Mosque (Beirut); Oman: Sultan Qaboos Grand Mosque (Muscat); Palestine: An-Nasr Mosque (Nablus); Jamal Abdel Nasser Mosque (Ramallah); Saudi Arabia: Al-Masjid an-Nabawi (Medina); King Saud Mosque (Jeddah); Quba Mosque (Medina); Syria: Al-Adiliyah Mosque (Aleppo); Al-Otrush Mosque (Aleppo); Al-Sahibiyah Mosque (Aleppo); Ar-Rahman Mosque (Aleppo); Great Mosque (Hama); Great Mosque (Maarrat al-Numan); Khusruwiyah Mosque (Aleppo); Khalid Ibn Al-Walid Mosque (Homs); Murad Pasha Mosque (Al-Midan); Nabi Habeel Mosque (Damascus); Sayyidah Ruqayya Mosque (Damascus); Sayyidah Zaynab Mosque (Sayyidah Zaynab); Tawhid Mosque (Aleppo); Tekkiye Mosque (Damascus); Umayyad Mosque (Damascus); Uwais al-Qarni Mosque (Ar-Raqqah); United Arab Emirates: Al Noor Mosque (Sharjah); Grand Mosque (Dubai); Jumeirah Mosque (Dubai City); Sheikh Zayed Mosque (Abu Dhabi); and Yemen: Saleh Mosque (Sana'a).

American Domed Mosques
A total of 25 Roman domed mosques have been identified in North and South America thus far: Argentina: King Fahd Islamic Cultural Center (Buenos Aires); Brazil: Mesquita Foz do Iguaçu (Foz do Iguaçu); Canada: Al-Rashid Mosque (Edmonton, Alberta); Baitul Islam (Toronto, Ontario); Baitun Nur (Calgary, Alberta); Islamic Center (Calgary, Alberta); Masjid-an-Noor (St. Johns, Newfoundland and Labrador); Ottawa Mosque (Ottawa, Ontario);  Salaheddin Islamic Centre (Scarborough, Ontario); Columbia: Mosque of Omar Ibn Al-Khattab (Maicao); Panama: El Centro Cultural Islamico (Colón); United States: Assalam Center (Boca Raton, Florida); BaitulSamee (Houston, Texas); Baitur Rehman (Silver Spring, Maryland); Dearborn Mosque (Dearborn, Michigan); Islamic Cultural Center (New York, New York); Islamic Society of Boston (Cambridge); Mosque Maryam (Chicago, Illinois); Mosque Tucson (Tucson, Arizona); Islamic Center of America (Dearborn, Michigan);  Masjid Al-Islam (North Smithfield, Rhode Island); Masjid DarusSalam (Lombard, Illinois); Mosque Foundation (Bridgeview, Illinois); Mosque No. 7 (New York, New York); and the Tucson Islamic Center (Tucson, Arizona).

Oceanic Domed Mosques

A total of 44 Roman domed mosques have been identified in Oceana thus far: Australia: Auburn Gallipoli Mosque (Sydney, New South Wales); Baitul Huda (Sydney, New South Wales); Sunshine Mosque (Melbourne, Victoria); Brunei: Sultan Omar Ali Saifuddin Mosque (Bandar Seri Begawan); Indonesia: Al Azhar Mosque (Jakarta); Al-Ittihad Mosque Jatibarang (Brebes); Baiturrahman Grand Mosque (Banda Aceh); Cut Mutiah Mosque (Jakarta); Great Mosque (Garut); GreatMosque of Banten (Banten); Great Mosque of Central Java (Semarang); Istiqlal Mosque (Jakarta); Masjid Agung Al-Karomah (Banjar); Masjid Agung An-Nur (Pekanbaru); Masjid Agung Baitul Makmur Meulaboh  (Kabupaten Aceh Barat); Masjid Agung Malang (Malang); Masjid Agung Natuna (Kabupaten Natuna); Masjid Agung Nurul Islam (Sawahlunto); Masjid Agung Sumenep (Sumenep); Masjid Al-Osmani (Medan); Masjid Azizi (Tanjung); Masjid Baiturrahim Ulee Lheue (Ulee Lheue); Masjid Baiturrahman Sungayang  (Nagari Sungayang); Masjid Ba'angkat (Hulu Sungai Selatan); Masjid Cheng Ho Palembang (Palembang); Masjid Dian Al-Mahri (Depok); Masjid Islamic Center Samarinda (Samarinda); Masjid Jami Banjarmasin (Banjarmasin); Masjid Jami Sungai Banar (Hulu Sungai Utara); Masjid Jami Tuhfaturroghibin (Banjarmasin); Masjid Muhammadiyah (Kelayan); Masjid Miftahul Jannah (Lamongan); Masjid Nurul Iman (Kota Padang); Masjid Raya Andalas (Kelurahan Andaleh); Masjid Raya Bandung (Bandung); Masjid Raya Darussalam (Samarinda); Masjid Raya Makassar (Makassar); Masjid Raya Sabilal Muhtadin (Banjarmasin); Masjid Raya Syekh Burhanuddin (Sumatera Barat); Medan Grand Mosque (Medan); Menara Kudus Mosque (Kudus); Menara Masjid Al Akbar Surabaya (Makassar); Syuhada Mosque (Yogyakarta); and New Zealand: Canterbury Mosque (Christchurch).

European Domed Synagogues
A total of 19 Roman domed synagogues have been identified in Europe thus far: Belgium: Hollandse Synagoge (Antwerp); England: Bournemouth Hebrew Congregation (Bournemouth); Fieldgate Street Great Synagogue (London); Montefiore Synagogue (Kent); New West End Synagogue (London); Princes Road Synagogue (Liverpool); United Hebrew Congregation (Blackpool); Roof-Top Synagogue (Brighton and Hove); Finland: Helsinki Synagogue (Helsinki); Turku Synagogue (Turku); Germany: Fasanenstrasse Synagogue (Berlin); New Synagogue (Berlin); Old Synagogue (Essen); Regensburg Synagogue (Regensburg); Italy: Great Synagogue (Florence); Sweden: Gothenburg Synagogue (Gothenburg); Malmö Synagogue (Malmö); Switzerland: Beth Yaakov Synagogue (Geneva); and Wales: Cardiff United Synagogue (Cardiff).

Eastern European Domed Synagogues
A total of 21 Roman domed synagogues have been identified in Eastern Europe thus far: Bosnia and Herzegovina: Sarajevo Synagogue (Sarajevo); Bulgaria: Burgas Synagogue (Burgas); Gotse Delchev Synagogue (Gotse Delchev); Sofia Synagogue (Sofia); Croatia: Rijeka Synagogue (Rijeka); Czech Republic: Great Synagogue (Plzeň); Georgia: Oni Synagogue (Oni); Hungary: Dohány Street Synagogue (Budapest); Szeged Synagogue (Szeged); Lithuania: Kaunas Synagogue (Kaunas); Poland: Bytom Synagogue (Bytom); Great Synagogue (Warsaw); White Stork Synagogue (Wrocław); Romania: Cluj-Napoca Neolog Synagogue (Cluj-Napoca); Fabric Synagogue (Timişoara); Great Synagogue (Iași); Iosefin Synagogue (Timişoara); Serbia: Novi Sad Synagogue (Novi Sad); Subotica Synagogue (Subotica); Slovakia: Orthodox Synagogue (Košice); and Ukraine: Great Choral Synagogue (Kiev).

Other Domed Synagogues
A total of 10 Roman domed synagogues have been identified in Africa, Canada, Israel, Turkey and Russia:  Algeria: Great Synagogue (Oran); Canada: Congregation Shaar Hashomayim (Westmount, Quebec); Kiever Synagogue (Toronto, Ontario); Israel: Great Synagogue (Tel Aviv); Hurva Synagogue (Jerusalem, Israel); Turkey: Ashkenazi Synagogue (Istanbul); and Russia: Choral Synagogue (Moscow); Grand Choral Synagogue (St. Petersburg); and Königsberg Synagogue (Kaliningrad).

U.S. Domed Synagogues
A total of 20 Roman domed synagogues have been identified in the United States thus far: United States: Beth Israel Synagogue (New Haven, Connecticut); Beth Israel Synagogue (Norwalk, Connecticut); Congregation B'nai Israel (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania); Congregation Beth Israel (Portland, Oregon); Congregation Beth Israel (West Hartford, Connecticut); Congregation Emanu-El (San Francisco, California); Congregation Mickve Israel (Savannah, Georgia); Congregation Sherith Israel (San Francisco, California); KAM Isaiah Israel (Chicago, Illinois); Ohev Sholom Temple (Huntington, West Virginia); Park Synagogue (Cleveland, Ohio); Temple Beth Israel (Hartford, Connecticut); Temple Beth Or (Montgomery, Alabama); Temple B'nai Sholom (Huntsville, Alabama); Temple Emanuel Sinai (Worcester, Massachusetts); Temple Israel (Boston, Massachusetts); Temple of Israel (Wilmington, North Carolina); Temple Sinai (Oakland, California); Washington Hebrew Congregation (Washington, D.C.); and Wilshire Boulevard Temple (Los Angeles, California).

Domed Hindu Temples
A total of 35 Roman domed Hindu temples have been identified around the world thus far: Bangladesh: Puthia Temple Complex (Puthia); India: Akshardham (Delhi); Belur Math (Belur, West Bengal); Bhairabi Temple (Tezpur, Assam); Bhuleshwar Temple (Pune); Dakshineswar Kali Temple (Kolkata, West Bengal); Hajo (Guwahati, Assam);  Hanuman Temple (New Delhi); Jagannath Temple (Delhi); Kalupur Swaminarayan Mandir (Ahmedabad, Gujarat); Kalyaneshwari Temple (Kalyaneshwari, Bardhaman); Kamakhya Temple (Guwahati, Assam); Kanaka Durga Temple (Vijayawada, Andhra Pradesh); Kashi Vishwanath Temple (Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh); Lakshmi Narasimha Temple (Bhadravathi); Madanmohan-jiu Temple (Samta, West Bengal); Mahabaleshwara Temple (Gokarna, Uttara Kannada); Mahamaya Dham (Bilasipara, Assam); Mandodari Temple (Betki); Mangueshi Temple (Mangeshi, Priol); Raghunath Temple (Jammu); Ram Raja Temple (Orchha, Madhya Pradesh); Sahasrakshi Meru Temple (Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh); Shanta Durga Temple (Ponda Taluka, Goa); Sri Kurmanatha Temple (Sri Kurmanatha); Shri Swaminarayan Mandir (Gadhada, Gujarat); Shri Swaminarayan Mandir (Junagadh, Gujarat); Shri Swaminarayan Mandir (Vadtal, Gujarat); Sthaneshwar Mahadev Temple (Thanesar, Haryana); Tirumala Venkateswara Temple (Tirumala); Uttara Swami Malai Temple (New Delhi); Vishnupad Mandir (Gaya, Bihar); Nepal: Doleshwor Mahadeva Temple (Sipadol); Janaki Mandir (Janakpur); and the United States: BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir (Atlanta, Georgia); and BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir (Chicago, Illinois).

Domed Buddhist Temples
A total of 7 Roman domed Hindu temples have been identified around the world thus far: India: Vishwa Shanti Stupa (Rajgir); Mangueshi Temple (Priol, Goa); Ramnathi (Ramnathim, Goa); Shanti Stupa (Dhauligiri); Deekshabhoomi (Nagpur, Maharashtra); Parinirvana Temple (Kusinara), and Thailand: Wat Phra Dhammakaya (Bangkok).