The Iranian mosque is also a very interesting small place. You can see a lot of interesting projects here. The scale of the mosque is also quite large. It is quite comfortable to play and visit here, and you can see many small things.
Dubai, half sand and half sea, can live on the clouds or sleep under the sea. A colorful five-star resort, you can enjoy many high-end luxury "world's best". Modern buildings, clean streets, beautiful waterfronts, and luxurious tourist facilities can all be experienced here.
Lang Mosque is sharp and angular, presenting a futuristic style. At night, against the backdrop of the green neon lights, it looks very beautiful. Very beautiful, rich in Arabic style, which can be described as gorgeous. I really like the decoration style of the mosque's outer wall. The blue and green are matched, and the decoration inside is also very gorgeous.
There are so many mosques in Iran that can be seen everywhere. Compared with the luxury of Dubai, it is more peaceful and old, but there are many tourists who come to visit.
Okay, the cost-effective scenery is ok
[Iranian Town] The Iranian town is not in Iran, but in Dubai, UAE. This area of "Iranian Town" is called Bastakiya, and its name is derived from a small town called Bastak in early Iran, where many wealthy Persian merchants lived. With the discovery of oil, residents gradually left Bastakiya and the area gradually became lonely.