Isfahan's Jameh Mosque

This atmospheric mosque, said to be Iran's oldest shrine, has been under continuous reconstruction during the 7th to 20th centuries, and has been recognized since 2012 as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It's constructed in the form of a four-door architecture with four opposing faces.

Read more in Tripatini member Rashel Jones' post The Top 10 Historical Sites to Visit in Iran.


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