The stunning beauty of the ceiling in Iranian mosques.

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The architecture of the Middle East is famous for its stunning beauty. If you haven’t seen it for yourself yet, Instagram photographer m1rasoulifard can show you incredible images. He takes amazing pictures of the architectural details in Iran.

The photographer is trying to show the history of Iranian architecture and design by taking pictures of places like the Jāmeh Mosque, one of the oldest still standing in Iran, and the Chahār Bāgh school.

You can also check out this post for more photos of the inside of Iranian mosques. It’s difficult to take pictures of these mosques since they’re historical buildings, so these photos are especially special!

The Mosque of Hazrat-Masomeh in Qom, Iran.

The Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque in Esfahan, Iran is four hundred years old.

The Hazrate-Masomeh Mosque is located in Qom, Iran.

Jameh’s Mosque in Esfahan, Iran is 900 years old.

The school in Esfahan, Iran, is called Chahar-Bagh.

The Heikh-Lotfollah Mosque is located in Esfahan, Iran.

Shah Abbas Safavi’s palace in Iran was built 400 years ago.

In Shiraz, Iran, there is a mosque called Shahe-Cheragh.

The tomb of the poet Hafez is located in the city of Shiraz in the Iranian province of Fars.

The mosque in Esfahan, Iran that is named after Sheikh-Lotfolah.

The Palace of Forty Columns in Esfahan, Iran

The Shahe-Cheragh Mosque is located in Shiraz, Iran.

Jameh’s Mosque in Esfahan, Iran has been around for 900 years.

The Sheikh Lotfollah mosque in Esfahan, Iran is four hundred years old.

Masomeh’s Mosque in Qom, Iran is holy.

The Hazrate-Masomeh Mosque is located in Qom, Iran.

The Shah Mosque in Esfahan, Iran is four hundred years old.

Jameh Mosque in Esfahan, Iran is 900 years old.

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