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Large scale application of mirror mosaics in the hall of Golestan Palace, Tehran, Iran Image by youngrodv (Rob&Ale) - flickr

Large scale application of mirror mosaics in the hall of Golestan Palace, Tehran, Iran. Golestān Palace is the former royal Qajar complex in Iran's capital city.

During the reign of Fathali Shah and by his order, a great throne was made under the supervision of Nezamoldoleh Mohammad Hossein Khan Sadr Isfahani, the governor of Isfahan, using gold and loose stones from the treasury. As a motif of the sun, encrusted with jewels, was used on the top of the throne, it became known as the Sun Throne. The throne was later called the Peacock Throne.

During the reign of Fathali Shah and by his order, a great throne was made under…

Peacock Throne in Delhi, India (National Geographic | December 1932)

Rs is the estimated cost of the looted "Peacock Throne" made of precious Jewels, it used to be the seat of emperor Shah Jahan, Red Fort, New Delhi in early century

The Crowning Chair in Westminster Abbey, every British King or Queen has been crowned in this chair since 1308

King Edward's Crowning Chair in Westminster Abbey, every British King or Queen has been crowned in this chair since It was commissioned in 1296 by King Edward I built to contain the coronation stone of Scotland (the Stone of Scone).

Golestan Palace, Hall of Mirrors, Tehran, Iran

Please view on Dark Background for better effects or wear your sunglasses:) This is inside of the "Hall of Mirror", Part of Golestan Palace ( Last 2 Uploads) a World Heritage Site in Tehran , Iran dating back to

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