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Go here in early morning when the sun comes through the stained glasses so you can see the reflection of sunlight which is really amazing.
I travel to Shiraz a lot and every time i come here in the morning because it is reaaly amazing....More
Nasir al-Malek Mosque is one of the most visible and different mosques in Iran.
The mosque is famous for its colored glasses.
Nasir al-Mulk Mosque tiles are unique in their kind.
The use of pink color in the tile of this mosque has made the...More
i went there twice , once in the evening witch it was not like the photo you see and i came back next morning
its magnificent , architecture is something different even in persian or islamic architecture
its a mosque , somewhere to prey and...More
The Nasir Al-Mulk Mosque (or more frequently known as The Pink Mosque) is absolutely stunning. The mosque isn't huge and it is usually crowded with tourists 9am onwards.
I would suggest going before 9am in order to get better photos and to avoid the crowds....More
So first, i asked around and apparently the best time to go there is "The sooner the better" 😂. Because of sun angle and stuff. So i arrived there with a cab. Honestly, it was beautiful even from the outside,specially the entrance. Interesting thing that...More
Very cool lighting, but very hard to get in without other people, even in winter. We had a group of Iranian tourists ready with us at 9am when they opened. There were like hundreds of them. They kept taking selfies for like over an hour....More
A colorful window and doors with beautiful tile work , creates a manifestation that can be watched only before 9 Am . I have never seen these many church drowning on tiles in a masque . I was really impressed . Shiraz without a visit...More