This elegant mosque, with its iconic blue-tiled mosaics and its perfect proportions, forms a visually stunning monument at the head of Esfahan's main square. Unblemished since its construction 400 years ago, it stands as a monument to the vision of Shah Abbas I and the accomplishments of the Safavid dynasty.
Masjid-e Imam (formerly Masjid-e Shah) is a congregational mosque located in the historic bazaar of Tehran. Fath Ali Shah Qajar commissioned the building, which is dated to 1824/1240 AH in an inscription.
This unique mosque in Tabriz is one of the great and best sample of Persian architecture for mosques. Still the locals pray and ceremonies held in this beautiful mosque. It is one of the worth visit sites in Tabriz and also a world heritage site.
This bazaar is located between Imam Khomeini Mosque or the former Shah Mosque and the Jameâ€™ Mosque. It was constructed during the reign of Mohammad Shah Qajar. This bazaar deals with stationary articles.
This mosque is also known as the Shah mosque, and is a remnant of the Qajar period . The courtyard of the mosque is 61 x 47 sq. m. which has a pool in the center. The mosque has three large entrances. The northern entrance has an arched ceiling, adorned ...
This mosque is near the chamber of Aqa Mir in Dezful. Its entrance had tile works, the pattern of which has been disrupted in later repairs. The fringes of the adythum have been worked in a spiral design, and the internal pattern is plaster work which ...
This mosque is located in the Javanshir Square of Kermanshah and dates back to the Qajar period and was built by Mohammad Ali Mirza Dowlatshah in the years 1221-1237 AH. In recent years this mosque has been repaired, comprising of separate nocturnal ...
Imam Mosque (known as Shah Mosque before 1979 revolution) is a part of the complex of Naqsh-e Jahan Square (the main attraction of Isfahan). It is regarded as one of the masterpieces of Persian architecture in the Islamic era.
Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque is a famous masterpiece of Iranian architecture, standing on the eastern side of Naqsh-e Jahan Square — the first built of the four monuments of the square. The blend of modest shape and rich interior and exterior tile ornaments made the mosque one of the most recognizable tourist sites of Isfahan.
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