Iran’s Nasir al-Mulk, commonly known as the “Pink Mosque,” is a technicolor daydream. Although the exterior showcases traditional Islamic architecture, hidden inside is an interior covered with intricate stained glass windows, creating a stunning kaleidoscopic effect each time they catch morning sunlight. The unique design and gorgeous color palette create a peaceful environment for prayer, drawing worshippers from all around the world.
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