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Vakil Mosque - Shiraz II

Vakil Mosque It is one of the most valuable monuments dating back to Zandieh period. It's construction was completed in 1773 AD. The said premises with an area of 3600 m2. have been furnished with large stones. Its nocturnal area or Shabestan (night prayer hall) with an area of 2700 m2. contains 48 similar tall pillars of stone with a beautiful ceiling and a marble altar that is considered to be one of the master pieces of the Zandieh era.

Vakil Mosque - Shiraz I

Vakil Mosque It is one of the most valuable monuments dating back to Zandieh period. It's construction was completed in 1773 AD. The said premises with an area of 3600 m2. have been furnished with large stones. Its nocturnal area or Shabestan (night prayer hall) with an area of 2700 m2. contains 48 similar tall pillars of stone with a beautiful ceiling and a marble altar that is considered to be one of the master pieces of the Zandieh era.

Shah(Emam) Mosque-Esfahan 2

Entrance to the magnificent Masjed-é Emam mosque at the south end of Emam Khomeini Square. The Imam Mosque (AK: Masjed-é Shah) of Esfahan is one of the everlasting masterpieces of architecture in Iran and all over the world. It is regarded as one of the religious and national glories of the country being registered as a cultural remain, together with the complex of Naqsh-e Jahan square, by UNESCO.
This mosque has been constructed during the Safavid period, in 1611, and its splendor is mainly because of the beauty of its seven-color mosaic tiles and valuable inscriptions.

Shah(Emam) Mosque-Esfahan 1

Entrance to the magnificent Masjed-é Emam mosque at the south end of Emam Khomeini Square. The Imam Mosque (AK: Masjed-é Shah) of Esfahan is one of the everlasting masterpieces of architecture in Iran and all over the world. It is regarded as one of the religious and national glories of the country being registered as a cultural remain, together with the complex of Naqsh-e Jahan square, by UNESCO.

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