Art, Artist and Architecture
Category: Sense of Place
Photo and caption by Ali Kordzadeh
The Jameh Mosque of Isfehan. Part of UNESCO World Heritage site since 2012. This is the oldest mosque still standing in Iran. The construction started in 771. This mosque has lots of architectural significance for its miniature tile works, domes, Iwans ( courtyards) symmetry and minars. The mosque represents condensed history of Iranian Architecture.
Location: Isfahan, Iran
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