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The Naghsh-e JahanSquare in Isfahan is oneof the largest citysquares in the worldand an outstandingexample of Iranian andI...
One of the great works of Shah Abass was "The Pattern of the world" or Naqsh-e Jahan Square which is areal jewel in Isfaha...
Andre Malraux, the famous French author and adventurer says: "Who can claim tohave seen the most beautiful city of the wor...
Iran                                    Text : Internet                                    Pictures:      Sanda Foişoreanu...
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The Naghsh-e Jahan Square in Isfahan is one of the largest city squares in the world and an outstanding example of Iranian and Islamic architecture. It has been designated by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site.
Andre Malraux, the famous French author and adventurer says: "Who can claim to have seen the most beautiful city of the world without having seen Esfahan?"

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  • - Mina-Kari Enamel working and decorating metals with colorful and baked coats is one of the distinguished courses of art in Isfahan . Mina, is defined as some sort of glasslike colored coat which can be stabilized by heat on different metals particularly copper. Although this course is of abundant use industrially for producing metal and hygienic dishes, it has been paid high attention by painters, goldsmiths and metal engravers since long times ago. In the world, it is categorized into three kinds as below: painting enamel Charkhaneh or chess like enamel Cavity enamel.
  • What of more availability in Isfahan is the painting enamel of which a few have remained in the museums of Iran and abroad indicting that Iranian artists have been interested in this art and used it in their metal works since the Achaemenian and the Sassanid dynasties. The enamels being so delicate, we do not have many of them left from the ancient times. Some documents indicate that throughout the Islamic civilization of and during the Seljuk , Safavid and Zand dynasties there have been outstanding enameled dishes and materials. Most of the enameled dishes related to the past belong to the Qajar dynasty between the years 1810–1890 AD. There have also remained some earrings. Bangles, boxes, water pipe heads, vases, and golden dishes with beautiful paintings in blue and green colors from that time, Afterwards, fifty years of stagnation caused by the World War I and the social revolution followed. However, again the enamel red color, having been prepared, this art was fostered from the quantity and quality points of view through the attempts bestowed by Ostad Shokrollah Sani'e zadeh, the outstanding painter of Isfahan in 1935 and up to then for forty years.
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    1. 1. http://www.authorstream.com/Presentation/michaelasanda-1356011-relaxing-the-square/
    2. 2. The Naghsh-e JahanSquare in Isfahan is oneof the largest citysquares in the worldand an outstandingexample of Iranian andIslamic architecture. Ithas been designated byUNESCO as a WorldHeritage Site.Piaţa Naghsh-e Jahandin Esfahan este unadintre cele mai maripieţe citadine din lumeşi un formidabil exemplude arhitectură iranianăşi islamică. Ea a fostinclusă în PatrimoniulUniversal UNESCO
    3. 3. One of the great works of Shah Abass was "The Pattern of the world" or Naqsh-e Jahan Square which is areal jewel in Isfahans crown. This majestic collection of buildings fits money, worship and aristocraticpleasures together in deliberate visual harmony.
    4. 4. Andre Malraux, the famous French author and adventurer says: "Who can claim tohave seen the most beautiful city of the world without having seen Esfahan?"
    5. 5. Iran Text : Internet Pictures: Sanda Foişoreanu Nicoleta Leu Copyright: All the images belong to their authors Arangement: Sanda Foişoreanu www.slideshare.net/michaelasandaSound: Dariush - Aman az
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