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  • Sophia Katsikea

    Blue Mosque at Mazar e sharif | Travel to beautiful places

  • Kelsey Zeran

    The magnificent Blue Mosque at Mazar e Sharif, in Herat, North Afghanistan, believed to be the burial ground of Ali Ibn Abi Talib, cousin and son in law of the Prophet Muhammad, and Islam's fourth caliph. Mazar-e-Sharif means "Tomb of the Exalted." I really love the colors and architecture

  • Jayde Ashen

    Beautiful colors in this building. The magnificent Blue Mosque at Mazar e Sharif, in Herat, North Afghanistan

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