Dome of Soltaniyeh (Soltaniyeh Cupola), Soltaniyeh

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Architectural Building
An alluring and immense World Heritage Site, Dome of Soltaniyeh (Soltaniyeh Cupola) boasts detailed, geometrically patterned mosaics upon its roofs and walls. The teal dome and the red brick building compliment the color of the sand and the sky, making for exceptionally photo opportunities. A masterpiece of architecture, the 14th-century structure features underground baths and offers breathtaking views from the top of the dome. To visit Dome of Soltaniyeh (Soltaniyeh Cupola) and other attractions in Soltaniyeh, use our Soltaniyeh itinerary planner.

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  • You cannot find any other dome in Iran which has the spirituality Soltanieh has in its ambiance. I experienced a truly lovely moments there between the beauty of coloreful seramics, fabulous brick art...  more »
  • A great architectural building made of mud with about 700 years old! The patterns on the walls and vaults are awesome. The building is under reconstruction but fortunately you are allowed to go inside...  more »
  • From outside the brick dome is impressive but inside it is still under renovation.The interior is full of scaffolds and there is nothing to see inside because of this. You can also see it on the pictu...  more »
  • Great place to visit. The dome looks absolutely fantastic and the interior is just mesmerizing!
  • Soltanieh Dome is considered as the third biggest Brick dome in the world after Florence Cathedral Dome & Hagia Sophia Dome . it has remarkable brick work and plaster carving . It should be noted that Soltanieh Dome area had a beautiful grassland & gardens in 8 AH (Ilkhanate) but today it has altered to another places...
  • Well worth the visit. Would be good if they could continue the restaration work.
  • A Beautiful Historical site for Tourist.
  • That was amazing place.