Visit These UNESCO Heritage Sites on Your First Visit to Iran

This is one great reason to hope for world peace.
by | July 26, 2018

This UNESCO Heritage-listed mosque provides visitors with a glimpse of Islamic design over the centuries; the most prominent being the style from the Seljuq epoch. As you explore the complex, you’ll see the differences in approach of the artists that made it. The browns and the blues mix with elaborate tile work, all of which represent the era they are from.

Entrance Fee: IRR 200,000

Naqsh-e Jahan Square (Isfahan)

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