The Nasir-ul-Mulk Mosque, or Pink Mosque, stands in the middle of Shiraz, Iran and is one of the most beautiful buildings created by man. The mosque stands apart from any other architectural work of art on the planet.
Every day, when the sun hits the mosque, the whole building is flooded with a rainbow of color which will surely enchant anyone who visits it. Colors from the stained glass dance across the floor in every shade imaginable, while the walls and ceilings glow with intricately painted colors of their own. The breathtaking mosque was built from 1876 to 1888 and has been a sight of beauty since then. The exterior of the mosque is visible from a distance and onlookers can tell that it is covered in every color under the sun. Images below give you a glimpse of the breathtaking interior of the mosque illuminated in the sunlight.
The walls and ceilings of the mosque are painted with the most vibrant colors
Every sunny day produces a beautiful display of color
As you get closer to the mosque the details become more impressive
The Pink Mosque is one of the few mosques in the world to have stained glass
The beauty of the mosque is beyond belief
People who visit the mosque are enchanted by its beauty