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Nasir-al-Mulk MosqueNasir-al-Mulk Mosque

This beautiful shrine situated in Shiraz, Iran, was ready to be used in 1888 during Qaja dynasty (1785-1925) and was constructed under the ordeof Mirza Hansan Ali Nasir al Molk in 1876. The mosque is still active today and protected by the Nasir al Mulk’s Endowment Foundation.

The particularity of this building is the used colored glass in its façade as well as the colorful array of painted geometric tiles on its walls. There are also traditional elements such as iwan arches and a central fountain used for ablutions. Iwan arches are rectangular hall or space usually vaulted walled on three sides with one opened end.

The best time to have a look at such beauty is during the early morning where the rays of the morning light pass through the glass.

Wat Rong Khun temple or White templeWat Rong Khun temple or White temple

This marvelous temple was designed in 1997 and is a contemporary Buddhist temple in Chiang Rai Province in Thailand.

Unfortunately, due to the earthquake of May 2014, the construction was suspended for an indefinite period of time. Nevertheless, the reconstruction is now taking palce and you can visit this delicate peice of art from the outside.

It has 9 buildings which represent the vision of Buddhist paradise on earth as the artist would have represented it.

The incredible white colour of the building and the glass fragments which reflect and show illumination both define the purity of Buddhism.

In order to access the core temple, you have to go through first two fangs, skulls and a lake with creature from hell which will represent what one has to go through in order to reach paradise.

Phraya Nakhon Cave Phraya Nakhon Cave

The cave is situated in Sam Roi Yot National Park in Prandbury, Thailand which is the 1st coastal national park.

The cave is composed of two chambers with both opened ceilings in order to allow light to come inside and give a mystical value to the place. On the first cave, you will see a dry waterfall and vegetation all around as it allows rains and sun to get into the cave.

The best time to appreciate this beautiful place is the early morning as that’s where the rays of the sun are entering the cave through the openings.

Regarding the Temple it was built in late 19th century for the visit of King Chulalongkorn the Great (Rama V) in 1880 who is the 5th Monarch of Sian and known as being Phra Phutta Chao Luang which means Royal Buddha. He is considered as being one of the greatest kings of Siam as he has implemented new reforms to modernize the government and the society. One of his major doing was the cessation of territory to the British Empire and French Indochina which helped saving Siam from being colonized.

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