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Blue Mosque ( Masjed-e Kaboud )
Kaboud Mosque maintains a beautiful blue dome and red tiling in its façade and interior design. The construction of this mosque dates back to the reign of “Jahan Shah Qareh Qoyonlou”, in 15th Century AD, and its founder has been Jahan Shah’s daughter, Saalehe.
The mosque’s gate is located in a high-altitude region; and at the upper part of this gateway, an oval-shaped arc is observed. On the two sides of the mosque, there are a number of pillars; with an oval shaped crescent at their upper part. These pillars are made of pretty blue tiles, and are covered with decorations and patterns. By passing through the gateway, we enter the roofed section of the mosque. The inner walls under the mosque’s roofed part are covered with colorful tiles. These tiles have been bonded together in small pieces, with full uniformity. Delicate taste has been taken into consideration in the combination of colors, which astonishes any viewer. ( تبريز - مسجد كبود )

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