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Shah-e-Cheragh Shrine, Shiraz
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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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  • This place is so beautiful! We happened to reach on last day of Muharram so saw the whole procession too. Also the only place in Iran which saw we were tourist so got english speaking guide provided b...  more »
  • 景點不收費,但一般觀光客會由他們的導遊陪同參觀,因此某些清真寺內部是無法進入的 但若是被認定為當地人,稍微搜身即放行,如此一來便可看到閃耀富麗的清真寺內部 
  • I visit it at night and since we are in the 3 sacred October months, November and December the interior cannot be visited but the outside also is worthwhile. We accompany a guide of way compulsory and free us play a boy student of Spanish charming Emilio them women must put is a chador that you lend in the same mosque.
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