Isfahan
Isfahan
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Bridge
chaojileThe 33-hole bridge, which was built between 1599 and 1602, is one of the 11 bridges in Isfahan, Iran. It is highly regarded as one of the most famous representatives of Safi bridge design. It is a double-layer structure, with 33 arches, so named 33-hole bridge, is a beautiful stone arch bridge, but also a multi-functional building, both bridge and dam.
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Square
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老吴华哥Imam Square is also known as Isfahan Royal Square, which means "the world's model", is the second largest square in the world, UNESCO is listed in the world cultural heritage list. The square is a collection of the most beautiful real architectural artifacts of the Safavid Empire, including the unparalleled Shah Mosque, the elegant Sheklofra Mosque, the luxurious Ali Capri Palace.
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Mosque
老吴华哥The imam mosque, also known as the Shah mosque, is a perfect visual spectacle, with its massive use of blue mosaic artworks and proportional Safavid architecture, demonstrating Abbas I's imagination and outstanding architectural talent.
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Palace
老吴华哥The Forty Columns of Isfahan, the only preserved palace in the Royal City, was used as a hedonistic palace and reception hall during the Safavid period, inspired by the colonnade of Achmenid. The historical record of this palace dates back to 1614, and the lavish palace fully reflects the luxury of the time.
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Mosque
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天鹅湖的青蛙Built in 1086, it was the largest dome in the world at that time. It was built by the prime minister of the Sejul dynasty, a great administrator. He also wrote the rule that the king should hunt and govern the army. Uh, this is really hard to imagine in our culture.
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Mosque
老吴华哥The Juli Mosque, also known as the Friday Mosque, is a magnificent building that stands out in the Old Town of Yazd, one of the highest in Iran. Built in the fifteenth century, the mosque replaced an earlier Zoroastrian Fire Temple with two majestic 48-meter-high light towers decorated with a 15th-century inscription. The dome and the fine mosaic tiles on the dome, with symbols of infinite, eternal and life and death.

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