Take me to Blue Mosque...
by Roshanak Tootoonchi, PhD student, Atmospheric and Earth Sciences, Università di Trento, Trento, Italy
constructed in the 15th century (1465) in Tabriz, Blue Mosque is one of the most historical and iconic places in Iran.
Blue Mosque -or "Kabud" Mosque- is called "Blue" because of the various magnificent tiling works in blue colour, calligraphy lines, and different patterns. And all that have concluded the fact that why it is called "Turquoise of Islam".
Blue Mosque or Jahanshah Mosque is one of the valuable Persian architectural wonders and masterpieces.
Taken on 25
Submitted on 10 April 2020
- Asia (928)
- Southern Asia (244)
- Iran (Islamic Republic of) (106)
- Exact location (46.3018 E, 38.0560 N)
Credit: Roshanak Tootoonchi (distributed via imaggeo.egu.eu)
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