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The "Pink Mosque" of Iran
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The Nasīr al-Mulk Mosque in Shiraz, Iran. While it looks like a fairly typical mosque from the outside, its intricate pink tiles and extensive use of colored glass have earned it the nickname "Pink Mosque." Construction began in 1876 upon the order of one of the lords of the Qājār dynasty, and it is still in use today under the protection of an endowment.

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