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Isfahan Iran An abandoned tower shows a typically honeycombed interior that could house 5000 to 7000 pigeons. To the birds, the towers offered refuge from nocturnal predators.

Often rising 18 meters or more above the fields, elegant mud-brick pigeon towers near Isfahan were once sources of fertilizer as well as chemicals used in tanning and making gunpowder.

Alhambra - honeycomb detail (800×533)

The roof the Sala de las dos Hermanas (Hall of the two Sisters) — a dome honeycombed with tiny cells, all different, and said to number is a magnificent example of the so-called 'stalactite vaulting' of the Moors.

This type of thick-walled glass cup is relatively common. The glass was originally clear with a green tinge. The iridescent patina here is the result of a long period of burial. The surface is cut with circular facets in a honeycomb pattern. When Iran was ruled by the Sasanian dynasty (about AD 224 to631), the techniques used to cut precious and semi-precious stones were also used on glass. (Iran)

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The surface of this is cut with circular facets in a pattern. When Iran was ruled by the Sasanian dynasty (about AD 224 the techniques used to cut precious and semi-precious stones were also used on glass.

Fig 165 Shah Mosque (Detail of entrance portal mosaic). Materials: Polychrome glazed tile. Year/Era: 1611-1666/Safavid. Location: Isfahan, Iran. Use: Religious. Pages 310-311 (Shelley C)

Fig 165 Shah Mosque (Detail of entrance portal mosaic). Pages (Shelley C)

Bowl, thick, colorless glass, facet-cut, Sasanian, Iran or Iraq, 6th-7th C. It is covered entirely by a pattern of hexagonal, slightly concave facets that were cut on a grinding wheel. The form of the facets varies slightly so that the pattern can continue uninterrupted from top to bottom. This type of “honeycomb” decoration was adopted by the early Islamic glassmakers, who used it on glass objects in other shapes. Renowned Sasanian glass was exported all the way to the Far East.

Bowl, thick, colorless glass, facet-cut Iran or Iraq; century H: Diam: cm

Sohan-e Qom is a traditional Persian saffron brittle candy coming from the city of Qom, Iran. Buttery, crunchy and scented with saffron, this candy is easy to make and utterly addictive with tea.

Sohan-e Qom - Persian Saffron Brittle Candy

Sohan-e Qom is a traditional Persian saffron brittle candy coming from the city of Qom, Iran. Buttery, crunchy and scented with saffron, this candy is easy to make and utterly addictive with tea.

Honeycomb vaults at the Agha Bozorg Mosque in Kashan, Iran travel tips

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Uncovering the Beauty of Iran - A close-up of the honeycombed ceiling of one of the mosques in Imam Square, Isfahan. So intricate and exquisite. The ceilings are all hand-painted. I couldn’t take my eyes off them

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The honeycomb architecture of Iran.

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