one of the place that worth visiting in Yazd,It has a beautiful architecture and you will get familiar with Islamic architecture belong to Al-e Bouyeh dynasty .
I've been in Yazd 3 times and every time I visited this beautiful mosque.the combination of blue ceramics and Islamic architecture is a masterpiece.most of the time it is very silent and not crowded and you can have your own time inside halls and take many photos but it is not open for visitors at pray time.best season for visiting... More
This place is originally an ancient holly place, belonging to Sassanids period. It was a fire temple before being a mosque. The most notable fact about this mosque is it's minarets, which are very tall (more than 52 meters) and the amazing fact is that they have beautiful tilings till the climax. A must see in Iran !
You will have to spend some time exploring the many different Islamic and philosophic elements embedded into the architecture of this amazing building.
The Friday Mosque of Iran can be seen from all over the mud-brick old town. With its narrow tiled portal reaching high above the old city, the tiles blue-green in a desert-beige landscape, it is an incomparable sight. Dating back largely to the Il-Khanid period, this beautifully preserved mosque is a masterpiece of Islamic art and architcture.
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