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This mosque is most likely one of the most impressing buildings in Esfahan. Beside it's beautiful artiecture, it hides a mosaik manufactory as well as a architectural fun fact - standing in the middle under the dome, you may hear peoples voice throughout the buidling,...More
It was such a fun day when i visit isfahan , all people tell me first place you should visit is shah mosque . When i went there , there was some horse to ride , and they take not more than the taxis there...More
Every year they cover the courtyard with scafoldings and big huge tent to start the memorial of Imam Hosein in Ashoora, so consider that you wont be able to take clear shots of the Iwans from courtyard, but still amazing to see this 400 years...More
Another iranian spot that could have been beautiful and impressive if only they cared a bit about their heritage. Not only it was under renovations (that apparently are lasting forever) but it was also extremely dirty and neglected. It has a fridge and laundry raks...More
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I would expect that it's like many other sites in Iran: scaffolding goes up, work starts, but then everything gets delayed for years. But, as others say, you can still enjoy the building. (The Oljeitu mausoleum in Soltaniyeh... More
I would expect that it's like many other sites in Iran: scaffolding goes up, work starts, but then everything gets delayed for years. But, as others say, you can still enjoy the building. (The Oljeitu mausoleum in Soltaniyeh has had an interior filled with scaffolding for literally decades, and is still hugely impressive; try it too if you get to the Zanjan area.)