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Jameh Mosque (Isfahan, 15th century)

Jameh Mosque (Isfahan, 15th century)

Its architectural solutions and ornamentation rank this mosque among the masterpieces of Islamic art.

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Jameh mosque, ISFAHAN, mosque, church, Muslim, Islam, religion, building, Iran, dome, minaret, bow down, prayer

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