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Panorama of the Week: Pink Mosque — Shiraz, Iran
Posted By Daniel Noll and Audrey Scott On November 16, 2011 @ 2:26 pm In Iran,Middle East,Panorama | 10 Comments
There’s nothing like early morning light falling through a stained-glass window…casting designs on a Persian carpet…amidst immaculately tiled pink columns.
This is the winter prayer hall inside the Pink Mosque in Shiraz, Iran.
When we entered the complex of Masjed-e Nasir-ol-Molk (a.k.a. Pink Mosque), we initially figured the intricately tiled exterior for the main attraction. Then we went into the winter prayer hall and realized how wrong we were.
Open the panorama below to take a look for yourself. Imagine sitting in the middle of this room with the warmth of stained-glass light around you. A beautiful feeling. A beautiful place.
Panorama: Masjed-e Nasir-ol-Molk (aka, Pink Mosque) – Shiraz, Iran
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