Nasir al-Mulk Mosque is one of the most beautiful and ancient religious buildings of Iran in the city of Shiraz. It was built 140 years ago during the Qajar regime by the order of one of the lords of Shiraz, known as Nasir al-Mulk, over 12 years. Because of Decoration such as tiling and Muqarnas Nasir al-Mulk Mosque is considered one of the top tourist attractions in Iran. In the northern part of the mosque there is a large courtyard with the huge vaulted entrance ceiling with tiles. In the eastern side there is a Hall with seven stone pillars, in the south two minarets, inside the courtyard is a large pool, the main Hall is at the west with colored hatch. The passing of light through the colored glass hatch creates a magnificent charming view that is really inevitable photo subject for many professional photographers.
Photo by: Ali Shadmehr