Iran Mosques

Mosques in all the places that are built have common architectural elements; the courtyard, the porch, the porch, the minaret, the dome, the shrine, and the altar, but some mosques like Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque in Isfahan have no courtyard and minaret.
The process of mosque from the Safavid era to the present day has been based on the authenticity of the beautiful designs in the facades, which have been presented in many ways to the Islamic world in a remarkable way for Iran.

The fire temple is said to be a part of the Zoroastrian sanctuary, where the fire is located in a special place, and the most important religious prayers in it and against the fire are done.
The shape and structure of fire temples are the same everywhere. Usually each fire temple has 8 ports and several rooms with 8 corners and the fireplace is located in the middle of the building. As time passes, it gradually decreases the sun. Therefore, they did not hold the fire outdoors and built a room in the middle of which the fireplace was located. Firecracker called Hirbad.
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