The Nasir al-Molk Mosque in Iran, also known as the ‘pink Mosque’, is one of the most colorful on earth. The entire building is flooded with color when sunlight hits in. The use of stained glass, which is not common, creates this color spectacle.
Iran glass work, exuberant decoration The intricate and ancient art of “stained glass work” dates back to 2500 years ago in Iran. Iranian stained glass work is done using insets of red, blue, emerald, and yellow placed within openwork wood panels.