Nasir al Molk Mosque in Iran looks quite ordinary on the outside, but the inside is absolutely extraordinary. Each morning as sunlight peeks through a large number of stained glass windows the mosque’s interior into a unique life size Kaleidoscope of colors and shapes. The Mosque is located in Shiraz (south central Iran) and it is a also known as “the Pink Mosque” (Due to the numerous roses-like tiles but if you ask me, picking just one color to describe this place is totally unjust… there is an outrageous amount of colors all around – in a very good way.)
TIP: make sure to visit around early morning, when it gets closer to midday the light and colors via the windows is far less striking.
For more information about Nasir al Molk Mosque, visit Wikipedia
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