Dome over the tomb of Shah Ne'matollah Vali, a well-known Sufi dervish, dates from the early 15th century, but many of the other structures in the small enclosed complex of religious buildings around it were built in the reign of Shah Abbas I or later the mausoleums renowned for its the work, and the seven ancient wooden doors throughout the building. The doors were originally from India, but no-one knows how they got to Mahan.( ماهان - آرامگاه شاه نعمت الله ولي )
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daddo (20621) 2013-10-15 15:10
Salam Mehrdad.You have caught the virus of your countryman Omid who takes every image on a slant. He leans to the left.of course I am joking. Wonderful details and light. I love the intricate minarets. Regards. Klaudio.
MGHPARSI (675) 2013-10-17 7:24
Very nice and perfect unusual angle of shot.
I like Colours and Lights.
mcmtanyel (5173) 2013-10-19 18:44
You have photographed a a beautiful structure very skillfully and then put an interesting twist on it. I love frames within frames and you have used it most effectively. The slight CW tilt is like icing on the cake! Not only is the tomb a gem, but also the photo depicting it, TFS.