Islamic blocks are a type of building block that is used to create Islamic-inspired structures. They are typically made of wood or plastic and are decorated with geometric patterns or Islamic calligraphy. Islamic blocks can be used to create a variety of structures, from simple towers to elaborate mosques.

Islamic blocks were first developed in the Middle East in the 10th century. They were originally used to create simple structures, such as houses and shops. However, over time, Islamic blocks became more elaborate and were used to create more complex structures, such as mosques and palaces.

Islamic blocks are still used today to create Islamic-inspired structures.