Iranian architecture


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Iranian architecture

(500–1000)
Decorative patterned brickwork, colored tile and molded stucco characterize this style. Other attributes are the use of stalactite vaults. The essential elements are richly decorated surfaces with brightly colored tiles and molded stucco. The minaret evolved into a standard form that had an influence on Indian architecture.
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Iranian architecture is not luxurious, as seen in the skyscrapers of New York, but it's inspiring to so many visitors.
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A background of investigations and archaeological excavations in Bishapur, in [The history of Iranian architecture and urbanism 2] (a collection of papers presented in the Second Congress of History of Iranian Architecture and Urbanism, 3-7 March 1999): 11-71.
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New forms of architecture and decorating methods led Iranian architecture to gain the development of a gradually gained final shape and finally reach the coherence, coordination and evolution.

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