Great Mosque of Heart

The Great Mosque of Herat is a historic mosque located in the city of Herat in western Afghanistan. The mosque was first built in the 12th century but has been renovated and expanded over the centuries, resulting in a unique blend of architectural styles, including Timurid, Safavid, and Ghurid. The mosque is known for its intricate tilework, calligraphy, and geometric designs adorning its walls, domes, and minarets. The Great Mosque of Herat is one of Afghanistan’s most significant Islamic monuments, and it is a popular destination for tourists exploring the country’s rich cultural and architectural heritage. Despite being affected by conflict in recent years, efforts are being made to preserve and promote the Great Mosque of Herat as a tourist destination.