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no doubt this is one of the biggest mosques in IRAN . unfortunately visiting inside is not permitted ( this is too strange , based on our -muslims belief mosque belong to GOD and all are welcomed to enter the mosques ) . too beautiful...More
It seemed to be nice, the architecture was quite different but the responsible guys there did not allow as( as women) to go inside! They said it has no visit and it is a building for islamic studies and even if we as women wanted...More
It is a huge building with adjacent seminary. If you enter through the main gate on Mostafa Khoneyni street near Baharestan square the first thing that struck me was you can wipe your feet either on an Israeli or on an American flag. It perhaps...More
Sepahsalar Mosque in mohammad reza shah era was very important and with historical images,but at now owing next to parliament,this mosque is closed and only in praying time for a few minutes is open.this mosque due to its architecture and color of tiles is unique...More
The tile work in this mosque is quite amazingly fantastic. The dome is of special interest, it a pity you cannot just lie down in the middle of the floor to properly gaze up at it. Well maybe you could, but.. Don't miss visiting this...More
It's built about 150 years ago, one of the last historical grand structure which is remained up to now,
During recent years, it went under a major rehabilitation process, by some prominent architect and academicians, according to its it's original techniques, though, no major difference...More