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Dezful city tourism
Iran Khuzestan Dezful City
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یکشنبه 6 تیر 1395 :: author : نجمه نوری
Lab-khandagh, a historic mosque in Dezful
Iran’s islamic mosques in all cities have a special atmosphere and despite similarities, in every region have their own identity and architecture

dezful mosque

 In southern Iran, there is historic city of Dezful which is known as “the city of historic mosques” because of it’s numerous old mosques. Lab-khandagh mosque is one of them which dating back to 417 AH and is one of the oldest buildings of city. Lab-khandagh mosque is located in the historic part of city and in city center, a distance of 500 meters to the important shrine of Dezful, “Sabzeghaba”.
Some of its walls are decorated with old navy-blue and aqua Enamelled bricks. On the tiles of mosque walls, some verses of Holy Quran and some Islamic names have been painted with a beautiful (hand)writing. This mosque has an old altar and two very beautiful minarets which have been used by muezzin. This mosque has been registered in the list of national heritage by number 2547. Tourists which like Architectural and ancient works can visit this mosque when visiting Dezful. According to the mosque’s location, it can be visited during all months of year

Translated by: Fatemeh Koureh paz

Text & Photo: Mohammad Azarkish





category : Religious attractions of Dezful، Photo of Dezful، Iran tourism، Dezful historical toutist atraction، 
tag : dezful، khuzestan، iran، dzeful attractive، dezful travel، lab khandagh mosque، iran travel،
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شنبه 19 فروردین 1396 07:24 ب.ظ
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