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jame Mosque of Isfahan, Esfahan

Categories: Sacred & Religious Sites, Tourist Spots
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Pay a visit to the World Heritage Site of jame Mosque of Isfahan, a sprawling mosque complex that has been restored and decorated many times over the past millennium. Built in the 11th century, with origins going back as far as 841 CE, the mosque displays the evolution of the Iranian architectural style in the many details and structures that have been added under different rulers throughout the centuries. Admire its grandiose domes and intricately decorated tiles, or take a guided tour to find out more about the mosque’s rich history. Use our Esfahan travel itinerary maker to add jame Mosque of Isfahan and other attractions to your Esfahan vacation plans.
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  • Very big mosque in Esfahan. But to my surprise, it looks not very well maintained. Tile works are not colorful. Inside is barebone bricks. Many zones are also closed to enter. A bit dissappointed actu...  read more »
  • Start his tour of Isfahan by this site is probably wise. The place impressive because of the size of the place but also the different types of architecture. Close to the new Bazaar of Isfahan.
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  • Is the largest mosque in the country with interesting application of brick for construction from different periods. Because high altitude it is enough to stay in shade to be comfortable and in wintert...  read more »
  • The Friday Mosque may looked similar to other grand mosques in Iran. However, if you go inside, you will find out that it was so special that it was built in different era and you can see the differences. It is the largest mosque in Iran and not many tourists come here. Entrance is around US$5.
  • The simplicity of this mosque offers a certain grandeur! A must-see
  • It`s so magical and marvelous place to visit! It was my dream to go there after I saw a movie about Jameh Mosque. Just one year after my dream came true, and I had chance to see this architecture wonder...It was in the winter, but the weather was soft, and I took some nice photos. I was impressed from the gorgeous blue mosque, surrounding the huge area, the amazing arcs and dark blue color and ornaments. I never will forget this place.
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  • Beautiful. The brick columns are a piece of art, too, although less colourful.
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