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I visited this dome several times. Iranian Islamic architecture is waving in it. Soltaniyeh turquoise dome is visible from a distance of 5 km.
Other attractions can be found around Soltanieh's beautiful dome
You cannot find any other dome in Iran which has the spirituality Soltanieh has in its ambiance. I experienced a truly lovely moments there between the beauty of coloreful seramics, fabulous brick arts and amazing architecture.
A great architectural building made of mud with about 700 years old!
The patterns on the walls and vaults are awesome. The building is under reconstruction but fortunately you are allowed to go inside.
From outside the brick dome is impressive but inside it is still under renovation.The interior is full of scaffolds and there is nothing to see inside because of this. You can also see it on the pictures here in TripAdvisor.
All in all it's not...More
While this Unesco listed dome shape mausoleum looks really impressive from outside, thanks to its shining blue color dome, its interior is really disappointing. We saw a full view of construction structure that not only overshadow all delicate works of art but also the remaining...More
The place is unique because of architectural and specially dome dimensions,style and interior design but the history behind the order for construction and religion switching over King to The Prince era made many things in a shadow of varieties of belief.You can sense that the...More
The dome of Soltaniyeh displays amazing brick work architecture and blue mosaics. It has been undergoing major restoration since the 1970s which is still ongoing, so expect scaffolding. Despite this, the visit is memorable.
This astounding brick dome was built in about 10 years, from 1303. Some forty years ago Queen Farah Diba recognized its value and began restoring it. Since the revolution the work has moved very slowly, and may take another century or two to complete. Meanwhile,...More