Nasir al-Mulk Mosque - Iran Tourist Attractions

Nasir al-Mulk Mosque

Walking through the Nasir al-Mulk Mosque is like strolling in a Western city. The colored glass windows of this mosque, combined with the sunlight, create a space full of light and color. Also known as the Pink Mosque, Nasir al-Mulk Mosque, with its hidden angles in every corner, is certainly an attractive place for tourists. It can be considered the most beautiful mosque in Iran.

Mosques are one of the main tourist attractions in Iran, and many beautiful mosques have been built throughout the country. Perhaps the most beautiful is in Shiraz, located in the Goud-e-Araban neighborhood (Lotf Ali Khan Zand Street). The Nasir al-Mulk Mosque, near the Shah Cheragh mausoleum, was built during the Qajar era. The pink color of its tiles and glass has led to its nickname as the Pink Mosque. The lighting and architecture create a mystical atmosphere. To witness the peak of Iranian art, visit the mosque at 7 a.m. The images of this mosque entice many to visit Shiraz, the city of bitter oranges. The construction of this building took 12 years, and each of its courtyards, porches, and prayer halls will amaze you with their beauty.

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