Seeing this mosque in, you will lose the gift of speech!

The mausoleum of Shah-Cerami is a funerary monument and mosque in Shiraz, Iran. It is called the “King of the world” and, once inside, it is not difficult to see why millions of tiny mirrored fragments that adorn the arches and domes of the mosque, getting to her scatter light in different directions.

This facility has its own story. According to one legend, around 900 ad, one traveler noticed something shining in the distant distance. He came to know that there is, and found lit the grave. And in it the remains of an important Muslim figure. Over time, this place became a place of pilgrimage for Shiite Muslims. The grounds were improved and expanded to place on her tomb, and over the years she became more and more beautiful.

Despite the fact that after all this time, the mosque suffered considerable damage both from people and from nature, still numerous repairs and restoration have allowed her to reach this day and to please the contemporaries of his majestic beauty.

Seeing this mosque in, you will lose the gift of speech!

Seeing this mosque in, you will lose the gift of speech!

Seeing this mosque in, you will lose the gift of speech!

Seeing this mosque in, you will lose the gift of speech!

Seeing this mosque in, you will lose the gift of speech!

Seeing this mosque in, you will lose the gift of speech!

Seeing this mosque in, you will lose the gift of speech!

Seeing this mosque in, you will lose the gift of speech!