Located on the southern side of Isfahan's Naqsh-e Jahan Square, this mosque belongs to the Safavid era and was built under orders from Shah Abbas I.
This mesmerizing building has an enormous dome, nearly 57 meters (170 feet) high, as well as tall minarets.
"The ceiling of this place is like none other," says Ganji. "One of the most exquisite works of architecture, it's hard to look away.
"I stood in the middle of this structure and used a wide lens so I could capture its perfect symmetry and the ceiling in its entirety."
Royal Mosque, Esfahan Iran