Shah-e-Cheragh Shrine, Shiraz
Categories: Monuments, Tourist Spots
Shiraz's most important pilgrimage destination, Shah-e-Cheragh Shrine features tombs of Shi'a brothers Amir Ahmad and Mir Mohammad, killed here during the Sunni Abbasid persecution in 835. Two gilt-top minarets flank the tulip-like tiled dome of this mosque and funerary monument. Inside, numerous mirrors reflect light in all of its elaborately designed rooms. A large pool in the front courtyard features evenly spaced fountains and reflects the impressive entrance door plated with gold, which devotees kiss upon entrance. Apparently, entrance is forbidden to non-Muslims unless you know a local. Work out when and for how long to visit Shah-e-Cheragh Shrine and other Shiraz attractions using our handy Shiraz tour planner.
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Probably the most sacred mosque in town. For tourists visiting, you need to be accompanied by staff there. They will also tell you where you can and cannot take photo. There are two mosques inside, bo... read more »
ガラスの様なものが貼って入りキラキラしています。イランはこのスタイルを結構見ました。夜に行きましたが非常に美しかったです。異教徒ですが中に入ることも出来ました。Like a glass into the glitter. Iran saw it this style. On the night I went was very beautiful. Able to be heathens will get inside.show original
ここは835年にシーラーズで殉教した第8代エマーム、アリー・リダー（通称エマーム・レザー）の2人の兄弟を祀ったモスクで、イランのシーア派にとってはマシュハドやゴムに次ぐ重要な聖地になっています。北側にあるモスクは弟のミール・アフマドを祀ったもの。外から見る分には普通のモスクなのに、中は壁から天井までびっしりと鏡で埋め尽くされていて、まるで宝石箱の中にいるような感覚になります。This is a mosque dedicated to the two brothers of the No. 8's Emme to 835, martyred in Shiraz, Ali al-Rida (commonly known as Emam-leather), has become the most important holy places for Shiites in Iran after Mashad and rubber. Mosque located on the north side is dedicated to his brother Mir Ahmad. Enough to look out of the ordinary mosque, in wall ceiling and in a mirror filled, feeling as if in a jewelry box.show original
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