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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Climatic spaces in the architecture of Iran. Memar, (48): 122.
325-30), with emphases on the formative era of Islamic architecture in the seventh and eighth centuries, Salj[u.bar]q through Safavid architecture of Iran, Central Asia, and Afghanistan, and the arts of the book and painting in Persian manuscripts.
Islamic Architecture of Iran, Publication of University of Science and Technology, Tehran, Iran.
It was only a city based on the royal passion of a king Bishapour was a royal city which should reflect the tastes, power and the glory of a king and with the memorial characteristics it has, it can represent the great traditions in the architecture of Iran during the great history of Achaemenid.
Climatic spaces in the architecture of Iran. Member magazine, 48: 112-116.

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