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Perhaps the most beautiful mosque in the world

This extraordinary mosque, built for the private worship of the shah and his family (and once... read more

Reviewed 4 days ago
Peter K
Sydney, Australia
The most beautifull Mosque in the world

I can say one of the most beautiful mosque in the world , inside is very peace full , the best... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Isfahan Province, Iran
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Naghshe-E Jahan Square, Sepah St, Imam Hossein Square, 4 Bagh St, Isfahan, Iran | Ghal-e-Tabarok, Esfahan 81464, Iran
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Reviewed 4 days ago

This extraordinary mosque, built for the private worship of the shah and his family (and once joined to the Ali Qapu palace by a tunnel under the square) is simple enough in design but the intricate tile decoration, both inside and out, defies description for...More

Thank Peter K
Reviewed 1 week ago

I can say one of the most beautiful mosque in the world , inside is very peace full , the best time for visiting is in the morning

Thank PersiaDesert
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

If you would only have time to visit one site in Isfahan, then it would have to be the Sheiks Lotfollah Mosque. It represents the summum of Iranian 17th century architecture. Visit it in day time when the Fayence decoration shimmers in the sun. And...More

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This mosque was closed the day we were in Esfahan due to a public holiday. We were still able to see the entrance way to the mosque, which itself was very interesting and impressive. The rare staircase at the front of the mosque is thought...More

Thank R0hanL
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This is one of the most beautiful mosques I have ever had the privilege of visiting. It is visually stunning and has an air of peace and tranquilly that is soothing. There is also a deep sense of history and grandeur. Being located on the...More

Thank NatashaC33
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

I usually go to Naqsh-e Jahan square to see the beauties of the square. The special hangout location for me is Sheikh Lotfollah mosque entrance, because of it's the wonderful view of the square and also very suitability to sit and communicate with other people....More

Thank NowruzBandB
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

It's a heaven garden on Tiles! A must see one! Its impossible to be at Isfahan and dont make time to see this very beautiful and well architectured mosque.

Thank Arcer S
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

It is strongly recommended to the travelers to make time for visiting this mosque. It has special features that can attract your attention. The main attraction for this place is the color of its outer part and inside decoration which are amazing

Thank M A
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Sheikh Lotfolah mosque is one of the historical attractions of Isfahan located on Naqshe Jahan square which has definitely unique buff color.

Thank Zahra N
Reviewed 5 weeks ago

This marvellous mosque was built for royal family so there are not no court and minarets. It's a good place for making pictures and playing with lights. In this mosque you can find out the difference between various types of file works.

Thank ChiyakoTravel
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