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    Behind the beauty of the Masjed-e Nasir-al-Mok (Pink Mosque) in Shiraz is an unrelenting endeavor of Rahman Soleymani, a researcher of ancient languages and culture, and his team to restore the colored tiling of the winter prayer hall. He was carefully exfoliating parts of the tiles, of which the paint has faded, one by one. I truly appreciate their hard work and dedication. Without people like Rahman and his team, the beauty of every great monument in the world may be just a fading memory.
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    I love the colors that are being created here with the light shining through the stain glass. I have never been to this location, but from your caption and photograph it looks incredible. I think I can agree with you that this is most certainly one of the most beautiful places in Iran.

    Matt Adams
    Senior Producer, Nat Geo Your Shot
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    Date Taken: Dec 10, 2017
    Date Uploaded: May 14, 2018
    Location: Shīrāz, Fars, Iran
    Focal Length: 24 mm
    Shutter Speed: 1/25 sec
    Aperture: f/16
    ISO: 450
    Copyright: © Athikhom Saengchai
    Categories: Architecture, Culture, Travel
    Assignments: Go Beyond, Places We Love