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The Ceilings In Iran Should Be Part of the Wonders of the World List

Art is everywhere in Iran – especially when you look up.

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Iran is a country that is rich in culture and surprisingly, architecture. Its art is deeply rooted in its faith and customs which makes it astonishingly attractive and awe-inspiring. An Instagram photographer was able to capture the ornate details of the ceiling art of the country, and the images are absolutely breathtaking.

This is the intricate ceiling of Jameh mosque of Isfahan, Iran. It is 900 years old.

This is the intricate ceiling of Jameh mosque of Isfahan, Iran. It is 900 years old.

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This is another view of the ceiling in the same mosque.

This is another view of the ceiling in the same mosque.

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The photos were able to depict the complex details of the mosaic patterns of the ceilings with the use of opulent materials. Unless one looks up at the mosques in Iran, the person will never get to enjoy the ornate view from above.

The ornate and intricate detail of the star-shaped mosaic on the ceiling of the Shah-e-cheragh mosque in Shiraz, Iran.

The ornate and intricate detail of the star-shaped mosaic on the ceiling of the Shah-e-cheragh mosque in Shiraz, Iran.

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This is another section of the ceiling. Pretty isn't it?

This is another section of the ceiling. Pretty isn't it?

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The awe-inspiring ceiling design of Hazrat-Masoumeh mosque in Qom, Iran.

The awe-inspiring ceiling design of Hazrat-Masoumeh mosque in Qom, Iran.

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Sections of the ceiling are gilded in gold.

Sections of the ceiling are gilded in gold.

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Everything feels calm and serene under the 400-year-old ceiling of Sheikh Lotfollah mosque in Isfahan, Iran.

Everything feels calm and serene under the 400-year-old ceiling of Sheikh Lotfollah mosque in Isfahan, Iran.

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Some of the ceilings are over 900 years old, yet the details of the artwork are still exquisite up to this day. The designs are well thought of and crafted painstakingly that it must have taken years for each ceiling design to be finished. No two ceilings are the same and from the looks of the photos below it seems like each design gets more intricate than the first one.

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Parents at time offer their children their favourite food, or they let them choose which food they prefer, sometimes they also make sure that the food presentation is nice and creative.

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February is Darwin's birthday month. And although there is no official holiday to commemorate him, some science enthusiasts tried to celebrate his birth by making funny comics inspired by his Theory of Evolution.

The illustrations are very funny and you'll be amazed at how such ancient theory is able to apply to different concepts in today's modern society.

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See What Happens When a Blind Man was Asked to Draw Things Based on How He Imagines It

Blind man come up with ways to perceive the things around him by using his senses and it’s amazing!

Do blind people experience complete darkness? What do blind people see? Perhaps, these are the questions most of you are curious about.

Those that suffer partial visual loss from glaucoma, cataract and the like see hazy, cloudy and fuzzy images. A functionally blind person can see a little light or bright lights or intensely minimal vision while NLP or total blindness has no light perception at all but this is a very rare condition.

There are times people who are totally blind will see flashes of light that aren't really present. It's called a biological glitch; we can compare it to the flashes people with normal vision see for a short while if they get hit on the head.

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