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Entrance door to the Sheik Lutf Allah Mosque, Isfahan, Iran. The Islamic love of floral design, rendered in tiles is beautifully evident here.

Morrocan Doors- stuff like this makes AWESOME room separaters (...is that word?)

Moroccan Interior with aqua blue painted doors and Moroccan zellige (tile).

El hermoso colorido de India

Detail of the iwan of the Nasir al-Molk mosque in Shiraz, Iran. God, i wish i could visit Iran without the the fear of being kidnapped to work in their secret uranium enrichment facility with no right or say as a woman.


25 Fairytale Rooms You Won’t Believe Actually Exist. #16 Will Leave You Breathless

The Peacock Room – Castello di Sammezzano in Reggello, Tuscany, Italy. Within an abandoned castle in Tuscany, you can find the Peacock Room, a hidden jewel which features intricate Moorish designs and a breathtaking assortment of patterns and colors

A Mosque in Samarkand, Uzbekistan - Mache eine Reise durch Mittelasien und besuche Samakarkand, Dushanbe und Taschkent, die brotreiche Stadt...

Samarkand >>> A major centre on the ancient Silk Road, conqueror Tamerlane's capital city, and second largest city in modern Uzbekistan. Not somewhere I want to visit in person, but I can surely appreciate a dazzling interior like this one.

Blue arch of a mosque in Isfahan.  Photo by Tandis Khodadadian (Woodland Hills, CA); #Isfahan, #Iran

bobbycaputo: “ The Blue Arch of a Mosque in Esfahan Photo and caption by Tandis Khodadadian; Photographed April Esfahan, Iran ” Cyan and electric blue! IN THE SAME PLACE!

Art Nouveau - Maison St Cyr, Brussels built between 1901 and 1903. Architect Gustave Strauven

Art Nouveau - Maison St Cyr, Brussels built between 1901 and Architect Gustave Strauven. I love Art Nouveau, but sometimes the buildings are so busy they are unsettling to me.

Middle Eastern wood carving mosaic patterns

Cairo - carved plaster have been there.have drawn it :)

Beautiful India

I must find a way to see India. -SP Taj Mahal, Agra, Uttar Pradesh, India >>> I love the perspective in this image. It looks so much bigger than I imagined it!