Qeshm Island, The Art Of Nature🎭
Located in Persian Gulf, the marvelous UNESCO Global Geopark of Qeshm Island is on top of the bucket list of those nature lovers who enjoy wonders made by mother nature🤩
The Island has a plethora of natural attractions, from pristine islands to forests, valleys to caves.
Almost all throughout the island, one can find a wide array of beautiful phenomena, which are the work of the erosion’s artistic hand. Abundance of weak and not resisting beds and their alternation with more resisting ones, results in the formation of erosional forms. In other words, intense erosion in some parts and the survival of more resisting parts is the main cause of such formations.
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Colorful Like A Dream🌸💖🌈
With the spread of Islam, the art of tile grew into one of the major elements used in decorating and covering the facades of various buildings, especially religious monuments.
In the decorative architecture of the early Islamic era, the use of turquoise and azure tiles flourished, which was widely utilized in addition to glazed bricks.
Over time, they succeeded in establishing their place in the decoration of buildings. Iranian artists, by integrating tiles of various colors in mosaic style, created a type of “mosaic” tile. They took the simple and mono-colored tile bricks of the pre-Islamic era and dyed them into various colors to create a type of “seven-color” tile.
“Sholeh Zard”, Or A Bowl Of Sweet Yellow Pudding Out Of Rice😋🌼💛
Sholeh Zard is a delicious old fashioned dessert that is very delicate and light in texture, mild in sweetness and it gets its golden color from saffron. This traditional Persian dessert is usually served at dinner parties in individual dessert goblets and garnished with designs made with ground cinnamon and slivered pistachios or almonds.