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With a variety of beautiful colors and pearls on the walls and portions of this vast mosque, we will face a spectacularly impressive collection. A collection that looks like a lazium and turquoise palace.
This mosque is one of the most beautiful Iranian architecture with two porches with two south and eastern shrines, and it reminds of Karim Khan Zand's rule in this region. One of the most beautiful parts of this mosque is its southern hut, with 48 columns of monolithic stone and spiral, adjoining these pillars with spectacular displays of Iranian authentic architecture.The nursery has an area of about 5,000 square meters, and alongside its altar, the 14-pillar monolithic marble pulp has added to its beauty. The marble is said to have been taken from Maragheh to Shiraz on the order of Karim Khan to be used at the mosque.
The "Pearl Arch" is the most famous part of the mosque of the Shiraz Vakil Mosque, located on the northern side, and one of the Qur'an's suras is written round it up to the third perfect font. This vault, the entrance to the great vault and the arched vault of the entrance to the most magnificent and strongest arches built in Iran and a sample of the Iranian masterpiece. The interesting colors of the tiles of the forefront of the arches and gates of the Shiraz lawyer's mosque have been given in the form of tiled tiles, with slavic designs, bergamot and beautiful flowers.This vault, the entrance to the large vault and the entrance vault, is one of the most magnificent and strongest arches built in Iran, and is an example of an Iranian masterpiece.The interesting colors of the frontal tiles of the Shiraz Vakil Mosque, In the form of tiled tiles, with designs of slalom and bergamot and flowers, the beautiful fringes have given to this place.
Tile works performed in different parts of the Shiraz Vakil Mosque are very beautiful and remarkable in their kind. The altar constructed on this nest reflects the art of architecture and designers of the Zandieh era, with a roof overlaid, and the words written on the tiles in the middle of the altar are very lovely.
This mosque has two eastern and southern porches. The architects of the mosque, in order to match the qibla of the mosque with the Shiite qibla, and on the other hand, the mosque's facade is in line with the market's suburbs and the market itself; the corridors are connected to the courtyard of the mosque, which is not clear at the same angle of the pitch. This level of accuracy in architecture has been admirable in a period that has been the culmination of Iran's rise in architecture.