Stunningly Kaleidoscopic Mosque

If you happen to be in Iran, do make an effort to visit the most stunning mosque of Nasir al-mulk Mosque. It’s so stunning that such mosque hides a gorgeous secret between the walls of its simply traditional exterior. A very special sensation can soon be felt as you step inside where you will feel as if you are walking into a kaleidoscope of colors.


As the early morning sun rays comes slide through its niches and colorful stained-glass windows, it soon transforms the halls into a dazzling wonderland because the rich light, patterns and hues beautifully play on the mosque’s floor.


Those rich hues of light reflected by the stained glass window have been the main attraction. In addition to that, the mosque can elegantly feature other striking elements of design and architecture, not to mention its intricate geometric tile designs, spectacular domes and painted arches and niches.


Nasir al-mulk Mosque is located in Shiraz, Iran. It was built some time from 1876 to 1888 by the order of one of the Qajar Dynasty lords.