The Royal Iran Mosque, also known as the "Blue Mosque", is located on the south side of Isfahan Square in Iran. It is a majestic dome-shaped Persian-style building. It is the most gorgeous one among the ancient mosques. The facade of the mosque is very simple, but the inlaid glass with exquisite patterns makes it extremely exquisite and gorgeous, which is amazing. Its vaults and minarets are decorated with Turkish blue tiles, inlaid with exquisite Arabic patterns and various geometric figures.
This Blue Mosque is not large in scale, and it is already very dilapidated. Although it has been repaired and repaired, it can be seen that the damage to the mosque after two earthquakes can be seen. This is one of the three major blue mosques and is worthwhile Look at
The Blue Mosque is the prayer hall under the huge blue dome. Looking up at the top of the dome, the Blue Mosque is filled with the "Quran" in Arabic. The rows of beautiful star patterns on the carpet are not only for decoration, but also provide Muslims gatherings, and they are very orderly.
One of the three blue mosques in the world. It has a long history and serious appearance. It is worth seeing.
The Blue Mosque was built in 1465 and has the same name as the Blue Mosque in Turkey, but on a much smaller scale. The mosque was damaged by the earthquake twice. Although repaired many times, it is still relatively broken. Only a few blue mosaics remain on the outer wall. The quaint buildings and the blue glaze of the walls are all telling the glory of the mosque at that time.