This Mosque in Iran is Astonishing- The Colors Used are Magical


Using stained glass is common in interior designing, especially in Iranian architecture. It is even evident in their synagogues and churches. But, when you see them in Mosques, it is completely amazing.

Nasir-ol-Molk Mosque is among the few mosques on the planet that uses stained glass in its interior. And, from an ordinary place of worship, it has turned into a stunning piece of art.

Because of the enthusiasm of a photographer to explore the world through the lenses of his camera, he was able to discover a hidden beauty. During his exploration in the city of Shiraz, particularly in Nasir-ol-Molk Mosque, he got immersed in a world of light, colors, and the exquisiteness of the astonishing details of premium Iranian architecture.

Even though five years have passed, he still sees himself floating in colored lights that flow into the mosque through the windows of his bedchamber. With his photographs, he was able to share to the world his amazing discovery. Below is “The Mosque of Colors”, a collection of photos taken in Nasir-ol-Molk Mosque, which are taken in varying light conditions and seasons.

The Mosque Of Colors

Main Bedchamber

Arch Of Magic

Main arch of Nasir al-Molk Mosque

Calm Of Colors

In The Morning Light

Published in 14th February 2015 in “The TIMES” Newspaper – Great Britannia



The Arch Of Rainbow

Arch and Ceiling of the Mihrab

Magic Of Harmony

Columns Of Colors

The Mosque Of Colors

The Main Way to Mihrab

In Dream Of Colors



The Wall Of God

The Mosque Of Colors

Main Bedchamber

A young woman praying in main Bedchamber of Mosque

Main Bedchamber

The Ceiling of main Arch



The yard of Nasir al-Molk Mosque


The Ceiling of main Arch

In Celebration Of Colors

The Yard of Nasir al-Mulk Mosque appearance in night

Ceiling Of Colors

The Ceiling in main Bedchamber

Marvel at the beauty of Nasir-ol-Molk Mosque in the video below:



Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *