| Zaav Collection, Spring 2015 |
Naeen mosque is one of the oldest mosques in Iran. It has been refurbished in parts in some eras of history, but the main part of the mosque stays untouched.
It does not take one much effort to discover the footprints of artists and craftmen that, wanted it or not, have left a part of their soul in each brick they laid, each line they draw or each figure they painted. Bricks, lines and paintings that have lived through the history, with great patience for that one pair of curious eyes to see them, feel them and admire all the love that is in every little detail; so that they can wake up, peek above the history and resume the life of magnificence they had in this modern world.
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