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This unmissable building is a "Hussainiya", a typical institution of Shiite Islam. It's a building that can be found not only in Iran and Iraq, but wherever there is a significant Shiite community. It's intended to host the collective commemoration called "Mourning of Muharram", ie...More
It's a 140 years old monument. In the past it was used as a residence and a place for holding special religious ceremonies. It has very beautiful architecture and nice tile works on the walls of the yards. Very nice traditional Iranian architecture in general.
Loved the tilework in this place, the combination of colours and designs was quite stunning. Several of the windows also have beautiful stained glass windows, which add to the dramatic effect. It was quite busy when we visited, yet it still felt like a calm...More
There are 3 parts in this Takieh for different ceremonies. Walls have beautiful paintings of religious events and the windows have colorful glasses. There is a garden in the back of the building with a nice atmosphere.
The first time we went there was past 4pm, so it was a futile attempt to really explore the place. We went back the following day, early in the morning, and we couldn't be more in a better time --- the morning sunlight illuminates the...More