The Jameh Mosque is a large, congregational mosque (Jameh) in Tabriz city, within the East Azerbaijan Province of Iran. It is located in the Bazaar suburb of Tabriz next to the Grand Bazaar of Tabriz and the Constitutional House of Tabriz.
Jameh Mosque is one of the historical monuments of Tabriz. Its date of construction is not known.
Since its foundation, it has been surrounded by a market. The most ancient part of this mosque is its vast roofed area. It has an arch and domes, based on octagonal brick pillars, and covered with delicate and artistic plasterwork of the 5th century.
This mosque was repaired during the rule of Mongol Ilkhanid Dynasty, which built additional sections to this mosque. Its high-altitude altar and plasterwork are reminders of that era.
During the rule of Aq Qoyonloyaan in the former undivided Azerbaijan province, a tall, tiled dome was built in the northern corner of this mosque--the remains of which can be currently observed.
Its height, solid structure and merited architecture makes for a compelling view and experts admire the skills of its architect.
The oldest section of the mosque is a large Shabestan, arches and domes with brick pillars that are adorned by elegant and artistic bed, related to Rawwadid or Ravvadid dynasty.
حتما ادرار كردن گربتون رو مخصوصا اگر نره كنترل كنين.
ادرار كردن بيرون از ظرف خاك، موندن زمان طولاني توي ظرف خاك و زور زدن، وجود خون توي ادرار، قطره قطره ادرار كردن و ليس زدن ناحيه تناسلي علائمي كه ميتونه نشون بده مشكل ادراري توي گربتون وجود داره.
و حتما سعي كنين رو رفتار گربه هاتون از بچگي كار كنين كه پرخاشگر نشن چون پروسه درمان رو دچار مشكل ميكنن،اينكه بتونين بهشون دارو هاي مورد نيازشون رو برسونين واقعا مسئله مهميه.
كريستال هاي ادراري توي عكس دوم و سوم
When you are looking for something unique, rare, spicy, decadent and appreciated to give as a gift or stuff a stocking with....look no further. Each one of these 1oz cuties in a reusable glass jar is accompanied by a description card that explains what it is and ideas on how to use. Be the hit of the holidays when you bring these along as a host/hostess gift. I will have them all available at tomorrow's All Things Detroit @allthingsdet at #easternmarketdetroit ,11-4 general admission. For those who can't make it find them on my website www.libertedumondegourmet.com All but the Persian Blue is available there. This one is only available in person.
I had some fun with this one! A very rustic style using a combination of many colours and techniques. @generalfinishes #antiquewhite#halcyonblue#persianblue#darkchocolate#limestone paired with this awesome wood plank wall paper on the sides of the frame! 👌🏼
I added an eclectic mix of knobs on this piece as I felt that suited the mix of colours on the drawers. Anchors, maps, clocks, planes and Fleur de lis.
33” wide x 16” deep x 38” tall
Please take note of the following before committing to buy:
1. I do not hold items for any length of time without payment. If you’ve arranged a time to “view” however haven’t made payment, the item may still sell in the meantime.
2. All sales are final, due to the size and nature of my business I cannot offer returns. Please ensure you inspect the item(s) and they meet your expectations prior to committing to purchase.
3. I revive and make over used furniture. All of the items I am selling have been previously loved and therefore may have cosmetic deficiencies. I do my best to ensure that all drawers/doors/slides are in good working order.
House of Blourchian
The existence of 800 historical and ancient house in Tabriz city has turned this town into the capital and showcase of historical houses in Iran. Becoming the Darossaltaneh during the era when Abbas Mirza was the crown prince is the reason of the high number of historical houses in this city. We introduce one of these houses in this part.
Bolourchian’s house is from Qajar dynasty and is located in Tabriz, Sorkhab Qapousi neighborhood, the current art gallery. And this relic was registered in March 15th, 2001 with the registration number of 3113 as one of Iran’s national relics. This house is one of the outstanding and beautiful relics of late Qajar dynasty and its patterned transom attracts the eyes of any observer.