Top Islamic attractions of Iran

Top Islamic attractions of Iran

Top Islamic attractions of Iran

Iran is among the oldest civilizations in the world, and for this reason, as well as because of its diverse climate and numerous beautiful natural attractions, it is considered one of the most important tourist centers in the world.

Also, this Islamic country has attractive historical Islamic places that attract many tourists from all over the world every year. Kental Iran Travel intends to introduce you to some of the best Islamic tourism places in Iran so that you can make a better decision about choosing your travel destination.

■ Nasir al-Mulk Mosque

The Nasir al-Molk Mosque in Shiraz, known as the Pink Mosque, is one of the most beautiful mosques in the world, which is pink in color due to the many patterns of red flowers in its tiles.

This mosque has a porch called Taq Mawarid, whose morals are architectural masterpieces.

Nasir al-Molk Mosque of Shiraz is one of the most prominent sights of Shiraz in the world. This mosque, which is also known as the Pink Mosque, was built by the order of the then-ruler of Fars, Haj Hassan Ali Nasir al-Mulk, to become one of the most spectacular and magical tourist places in the world today.

The colored windows of Shabestan Mosque are its most famous feature and attract many tourists to Shiraz every year. But it is good to know that the colored windows are not the only exciting part of Nasir al-Mulk Mosque. If you want to get to know the Nasir al-Molk Mosque and other sights of Shiraz, you can contact Kental Iran Travel.

■ Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque

Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque is one of the mosques and historical monuments of Iran, which is famous for its architectural style and use of unique decorations. This building, which is located in Naqshe Jahan Square, is a unique example of Islamic-Iranian architecture, the design of which differs from other mosques in Iran.

These differences have caused tourists to consider this mosque as one of the historical wonders of Iran. This mosque is one of the historical monuments left from the Safavid era, which is located on the eastern side of Naqshe Jahan Square in Isfahan, and in terms of design, architecture, motifs, and colors Gone is an amazing example.

In addition to this mosque, there are many tourist attractions in Isfahan. If you plan to travel to Isfahan, visit Iran Kental Travel to learn more about these places.

■ Vakil mosque

The Vakil Mosque of Shiraz dates back to the Zandiye period. At that time, Shiraz was the center of the caliphate. That’s why we see many stunning works from that era in Shiraz. This mosque can be considered one of the most important architectural masterpieces in Iran. In the post-Islam era, mosques were not only a religious symbol but also a form of power display.

This artistic masterpiece is located exactly in the center of Shiraz city and in the Darb Shahzad neighborhood. It can be accessed from Ayatollah Taleghani Street and it is a short distance from Hammam and Vakil Bazaar. Geographically, this mosque is located exactly between Hammam and Vakil Bazaar. It is not bad to know that this mosque is also known as Soltani Vakil Mosque.

■ Amir Chakhmaq complex

Amir Chakhmaq Square is one of the most famous tourist places in Yazd and is considered one of the historical squares of the country, which shines like a gem in the old context of this city.

This square, which contains many attractions from the market to the mosque and the mosque, is considered an excellent option for tourism; Especially during the night, which presents a very beautiful landscape in front of you. The most attractive part of this square is its three-storied building that attracts the attention of tourists before any other attraction.

■ Goharshad Mosque

The Goharshad Mosque in Mashhad was built by the wife of Shahrukh Timuri in the 9th century AH and is one of the busiest mosques in Iran, as well as a sight-seeing place inside Imam Reza’s shrine, which is used for offering prayers and holding various religious and cultural events. In this mosque, you can see the art and historical architecture of that period.

Goharshad Mosque is located in the vicinity of the Holy Shrine and this short distance allows you to reach it in less than 5 minutes on foot.

■ Soltanieh Dome

Soltanieh Dome is one of the largest double-walled brick domes in the world. It can be said that the most important and biggest relic left from the reign of Sultan Muhammad Khudabandeh is this magnificent building. It might be interesting for you to know that Soltanieh Dome is the third highest dome-shaped place in the world after Santa Maria Church in Italy and Hagia Sophia Mosque in Turkey!

■ Imamzadeh Saleh

Imamzadeh Saleh is located near Tajrish Square. Our special suggestion is to reach Imamzadeh Saleh by walking on Valiasr Street. Of course, if you have the ability, time, and conditions. If you can, at least walk the path from Parkway to Tajrish and enjoy the beauty and feeling of walking on this long and spectacular street.

With this method, you might be able to understand a little bit the feeling of the past people who went on foot to the Imamzadeh Saleh pilgrimage. Of course, don’t forget to take photos, as there is a good opportunity to take beautiful and memorable photos on this route.

But don’t worry, walking is not the only way to get to this place, and there are several different ways to get there, either by private or public vehicles.

To go to Imamzadeh Saleh by metro, you need to get to Tajrish Square metro station. Tajrish Square station is the last station of Tehran Metro Line 1. When you leave the station, you will reach the place of Imamzadeh by walking a little past the peddlers’ table. If you need more information about this Imamzadeh, contact the guides of Kontal Iran Travel

■ Tekye moavenolmolk

Tekiye in the city of Kermanshah has been considered a religious base since the Qajar period, which has hosted various ceremonies. Tekeya Azafar al-Molk is considered one of the most beautiful and famous examples of these religious bases, which is standing today in the heart of Kermanshah city.

■ Atigh Jame Mosque

Jame Atiq Mosque is located in the east of Shah Cheragh Shrine. This mosque is an example of Islamic and Iranian architecture. The ancient mosque of Shiraz is one of those buildings that you have seen in a few places like it. The architecture of this mosque and its spectacular parts amaze every viewer. If you plan to travel to Shiraz, visit this building in your plans.

You can use a private car or public transportation to reach this place. The building of this mosque, each of the four sides of the building has valuable architectural features, and in this sense, it attracts the attention of art lovers and fans of Iranian architecture.

If you plan to travel to Iran to visit its tourist attractions such as its Islamic attractions, the best thing to do is to choose a professional Iran tour guide. One of the best Iran tour guides is Kental Iran[3] Travel. This team has outstanding experts who will guide you in all stages of your trip, from getting an Iran visa, choosing the right accommodation and flight, and choosing the best places to visit.