I wrote this in response to Leanne Cole‘s Monochrome Madness, photography theme. The picture above is one of the corridor in the Masjed-e Jameh, its one of the oldest mosques still standing in Iran, and located in Esfahan. It consist of four-iwan architectural style (prayer’s hall), placing four gates face to face. Up to now this mosque is not only a witness of Architecture development of the area, but also still functioning as a busy place of worship.
In this post I will not write about the history of this fascinating building, but more to the Monochrome Madness theme, inside a mosque’s hall that is made of bricks with different style for each dome but creates a monochrome colour for the whole. I will however write about this mosque in my next posts.