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Outside doesn’t look awesome, but architecture inside Mosque with a millions small mirrors give to this Mosque more and more beauty. On entrance is checking control. Cameras or external battery are not allowed.
When you visit the city of Shiraz the Shah-e-Cheragh Shrine is a must to visit. The architecture is overwhelming. Being a foreigner you are stopped at the entrance and then are guided by a free of charge English speaking guide showing you the whole complex....More
It’s a must see site in shiraz, a religious site where an offspring of prophet Mohammad is buried. Such a stunning design, millions of small broken mirrors from bottom to ceiling, every where you look you see the mirrors and lights. Plenty of different patterns...More
There are many shrines all over Iran and if you visited one of them, you wouldn't find anything new visiting another. Arts used in shrines are the same used in historical houses and mosques.
I believe it's not a must see place.
This shrine belongs to the imam Reza younger brother ( eighth's Shia I'm am)
His name is Ahmad son of Musa...
If you go there you can see many lights even during the day..so many mirrors with light it will attract your attention...
Located in the heart of Shiraz historical region with a lot of visitors mainly local people .It is a must to visit for those who are interested in Islam and its history . in addition to religious interests it Shah -e - Cheragh is enough...More
The Shāh Chérāgh (‘King of Light’) mausoleum is a funerary monument and mosque in Shiraz, Iran, housing the tombs of two martyred brothers of Ali Reza, the 8th Shia Imam who took refuge in the city during the Abbasid persecution of Shia Muslims. It was...More
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Hospitality here is second to none and there welcome visitors from all over the world regardless of your faith. You will find few Shia sites in Iran closed to non Muslims, there some exceptions but these tend to be the... More
Hospitality here is second to none and there welcome visitors from all over the world regardless of your faith. You will find few Shia sites in Iran closed to non Muslims, there some exceptions but these tend to be the holiest of the sites.