The Nasir al-Mulk Mosque is known as the Pink Mosque, and it's unlike any other mosque. It's in the middle of Shiraz, Iran, and the mosaic tiles alone are absolutely stunning.
Even at a distance, you can see the colorful, sparkling surface.
The mosque's construction started in 1876 and lasted for 12 years. It finally opened in 1888.
Every morning, the mosque bursts with colorful beams of light.
Can you imagine seeing this in person?
A whole kaleidoscope of color.
Stained glass windows are not a common feature in mosques.
But this one does it beautifully.
On a closer look, the detail is even more impressive.
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