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Tourist attractions in ISFAHAN (city)

Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque
in Isfahan City
Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque is situated on the eastern side of Naghsh-e Jahan square and the northern side opens into the Isfahan Grand Bazaar. This mosque was built during Shah Abbas ... MORE
Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque is one of the architectural masterpieces of Iranian architecture that was built during the Safavid Empire, standing on the eastern side of Naghsh-e Jahan Square, Esfahan, Iran.
Chehel Sotoun
in Isfahan City
The Chehel Sotoun Palace and its garden cover an area of approximately 67,000 sq. m. This palace was constructed during the reign of Shah Abbas I. Shah Abbas II was also responsible ... MORE
Chehel Sotoun (or Chihil-Sutun) is a pavilion in Isfahan, in the middle of a park at the end of a long pool. It was built by Shah Abbas II.
Naghsh-e-Jahan Square
in Isfahan City
Built by Shah Abbas I the Great at the beginning of the 17th century, and bordered on all sides by monumental buildings linked by a series of two-storeyed arcades, the site is known ... MORE
The most famous attraction of Isfahan city, placed at the center of Isfahan, Iran. It is one of the most important historical place listed in UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
Ali Qapoo Edifice
in Isfahan City
This palace was also called 'Daulat Khaneh-e-Mobarakeh Nagsh-e-Jahan' and the 'Daulat Khaneh Palace'. Its unique archaic architecture is related to the Safavid era. ... MORE
This palace was also called 'Daulat Khaneh-e-Mobarakeh Nagsh-e-Jahan' and the 'Daulat Khaneh Palace'. Its unique archaic architecture is related to the Safavid era. This edifice was constructed under the orders of Shah Abbas I. The monarch would receive special envoys in this palace ...
Vank Cathedral
in Isfahan City
The Vank Church is one of the most beautiful and largest churches in the Jolfa vicinity of Esfahan. Its gilded ceiling, interior section of the dome and fine historical paintings are ... MORE
The Vank Church is one of the most beautiful and largest churches in the Jolfa vicinity of Esfahan. Its gilded ceiling, interior section of the dome and fine historical paintings are matchless. Internally, the walls are adorned with oil paintings that are also gilded similar to that of Iranian art. ...
Hasht Behesht Palace
in Isfahan City
Hasht-Bihisht (lit. Persian - Eight Paradises, Persian: هشت بهشت)
This historical edifice was constructed during the reign of Shah Soleiman Safavid. Today, only a minor portion ...
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Hasht-Bihisht (lit. Persian - Eight Paradises, Persian: هشت بهشت) This historical edifice was constructed during the reign of Shah Soleiman Safavid. Today, only a minor portion of the grounds remains. However, tile work with interesting designs, which are the remnants of this palace can be noted.
Beit-ol Lahm Church
in Isfahan City
The same is located in the Jolfa Square, and was built by an Armenian called Khajeh Petros Vali Janian. His portrait is on the wall of the church. MORE
The same is located in the Jolfa Square, and was built by an Armenian called Khajeh Petros Vali Janian. His portrait is on the wall of the church.
Other mosques in Esfahan province are as follows: The mosque and minarets of the Barsian Village, Seen Mosque, Kaj and Dashti Mosque, Qotbiyeh Mosque, Zolfiqar, Dar-e-Joobareh, Aziran, ... MORE
Other mosques in Esfahan province are as follows: The mosque and minarets of the Barsian Village, Seen Mosque, Kaj and Dashti Mosque, Qotbiyeh Mosque, Zolfiqar, Dar-e-Joobareh, Aziran, Jarchi, Baq-e-Haji, Aqa Noor Mosque, Mesri, Hakim, Haji Manuchehr Mosque, Soleiman Bek, Sheikh Ali Khan, Ilchi, Ali ...
Dovecotes
in Isfahan City
Dovecotes or such turrets are in plenty in the agricultural vicinities of Esfahan. These have been built with the purpose of collecting the excreta of these birds. The turrets are ... MORE
Dovecotes or such turrets are in plenty in the agricultural vicinities of Esfahan. These have been built with the purpose of collecting the excreta of these birds. The turrets are topped with domes with crevices so as to facilitate the access and exit of these birds, and guide them to their nests within ...
Chahar Baq (Soltani) School
in Isfahan City
This school was constructed for theological studies, late in the reign of Shah Soltan Hossain Safavid in the years 1116-1126 AH. The artistic work on its dome is of tiles and the majestic ... MORE
This school was constructed for theological studies, late in the reign of Shah Soltan Hossain Safavid in the years 1116-1126 AH. The artistic work on its dome is of tiles and the majestic entrance door is a matchless work of art, adorned with gold and silver.
Ashraf Pavillion
in Isfahan City
This structure is within the palace and was erected during the reign of Shah Abbas II with the aid of scaffolds. The roof of which is flat and supported by thick, tall columns covered ... MORE
This structure is within the palace and was erected during the reign of Shah Abbas II with the aid of scaffolds. The roof of which is flat and supported by thick, tall columns covered with gold. The said structure was put under repair about fifty years ago, in order to prevent it from being destroyed.
Ali Mosque Minaret
in Isfahan City
This minaret is located in the ancient square of Esfahan near the Ali Mosque, and is a construction of the 6th century AH. The same displays fine brickwork and inscriptions in the ... MORE
This minaret is located in the ancient square of Esfahan near the Ali Mosque, and is a construction of the 6th century AH. The same displays fine brickwork and inscriptions in the 'kufi' script.
Handicrafts and Souvenirs
in Isfahan City
The province of Esfahan is reputed for its handicrafts and can be considered as an important sector in this regard. Besides its own local products, specialties from other provinces ... MORE
The province of Esfahan is reputed for its handicrafts and can be considered as an important sector in this regard. Besides its own local products, specialties from other provinces of Iran are also produced here. Since this province is highly favored by tourists, it is an obvious fact that handicrafts ...
Chehel Sotune Museum
in Isfahan City
The Chehel Sotune palace was erected during the reigns of Shah Abbas Safavid I and II in the 11th century AH, in the vast premises and garden. This highly reputed structure comprises ... MORE
The Chehel Sotune palace was erected during the reigns of Shah Abbas Safavid I and II in the 11th century AH, in the vast premises and garden. This highly reputed structure comprises of a hall of mirrors with gilded ceilings, and chambers to the north and south with adornments of mirror and plaster ...
Zayandeh Rood River
in Isfahan City
The Zayandeh Rood is one of the most important rivers of the central plateau of Iran. The same has come to be known by this name, due to the various gushing springs on its course, ... MORE
The Zayandeh Rood is one of the most important rivers of the central plateau of Iran. The same has come to be known by this name, due to the various gushing springs on its course, that is from its source to the mouth. The river takes its source in the northeastern front of Zard Kooh -e-Bakhtiari in ...
Qameshloo Protected Zone
in Isfahan City
The same is located to the west of Esfahan and covers an extent of 37,000 hectares. It is in a mountainous region with a cold and dry environment. The wild life found here are, wild ... MORE
The same is located to the west of Esfahan and covers an extent of 37,000 hectares. It is in a mountainous region with a cold and dry environment. The wild life found here are, wild sheep, wild goat, goat, deer, partridge, dull yellow partridge, quail, bustard, vulture, carrion-kite and ...
Kolah Qazy Protected Zone
in Isfahan City
This area is situated at a distance of 26 km. south of the city of Esfahan. Wildlife species found here are, wild sheep, gazelle, leopard, wild rabbit, wolf, hyena, jackal, cat, fox, ... MORE
This area is situated at a distance of 26 km. south of the city of Esfahan. Wildlife species found here are, wild sheep, gazelle, leopard, wild rabbit, wolf, hyena, jackal, cat, fox, partridge, dull yellow partridge, sparrow, pigeon dove, owl, eagle, hoopoe, falcon, raven, viper and green viper.
Gavkhoony Wetlands
in Isfahan City
The above mentioned can be considered as one of the reputed wet lands in the central plateau of Iran. This vicinity covers an area of 476 sq. km. and is located 167 km. southeast of ... MORE
The above mentioned can be considered as one of the reputed wet lands in the central plateau of Iran. This vicinity covers an area of 476 sq. km. and is located 167 km. southeast of Esfahan. The same is 1,470 m. from sea level and the maximum depth of this wetland is 150 cm. This wetland has high biological ...
The same is an aggregate of structures and works of art of the post-Islamic period in Iran. Interesting aspects of this mosque are: Small platforms to the right of the entrance corridor, ... MORE
The same is an aggregate of structures and works of art of the post-Islamic period in Iran. Interesting aspects of this mosque are: Small platforms to the right of the entrance corridor, along with circular pillars and beautiful plaster work. These are the remnants of the Deylamite period dating to ...
The same is located to the south of the historical square of Esfahan, and was constructed under the orders of Shah Abbas I. Though its artistic works took place during the rule of ... MORE
The same is located to the south of the historical square of Esfahan, and was constructed under the orders of Shah Abbas I. Though its artistic works took place during the rule of his successor, and its epigraphs are the affects of a reputed calligrapher of the Safavid era. One of the interesting features ...
Sio Seh Pol Bridge
in Isfahan City
This bridge is approximately 300 m. in length and 14 m. in width, and is one of the masterpieces in bridge construction in Iran and the world. The same was constructed in 1005 AH. ... MORE
This bridge is approximately 300 m. in length and 14 m. in width, and is one of the masterpieces in bridge construction in Iran and the world. The same was constructed in 1005 AH. under the supervision and expense of Allah Verdy Khan, one of the famous commanders of Shah Abbas Safavid I. The Armenians ...
Shahrestan Bridge
in Isfahan City
This bridge is located in the east of Esfahan and is an interesting piece of architecture. The same is a relic of the Sassanide period. MORE
This bridge is located in the east of Esfahan and is an interesting piece of architecture. The same is a relic of the Sassanide period.
Sa'adat Abad Bridge
in Isfahan City
The said bridge is narrow in width and 147 m. in length. It was constructed on the Zayandeh Rood River, between the two bridges of Allah Verdy Khan and Khajoo. The same is a remnant ... MORE
The said bridge is narrow in width and 147 m. in length. It was constructed on the Zayandeh Rood River, between the two bridges of Allah Verdy Khan and Khajoo. The same is a remnant of Shah Abbas II. This bridge connects the royal gardens on the northern and southern banks of the Zayandeh Rood river, ...
Menar Jonban Minaret
in Isfahan City
This structure comprises of a mausoleum and two minarets, constructed on the tomb of 'Amoo Abdollah' a reputed personality of the 8th century AH. The tombstone reveals the date 716 ... MORE
This structure comprises of a mausoleum and two minarets, constructed on the tomb of 'Amoo Abdollah' a reputed personality of the 8th century AH. The tombstone reveals the date 716 AH., coinciding with that of the reign of 'Oljaito' Ilkhan the Mongol. It is extremely interesting to note that on shaking ...
Marnan Bridge
in Isfahan City
This bridge connects the northern and southern banks of the Zayandeh Rood River. It is a remnant of the Safavid era, and today has undergone repairs repeatedly. MORE
This bridge connects the northern and southern banks of the Zayandeh Rood River. It is a remnant of the Safavid era, and today has undergone repairs repeatedly.
Kooh Sangy Fire Temple
in Isfahan City
The said fire-temple can be considered as one of the most ancient historical heritages of Esfahan. It is located at a short distance from the Zayandeh Rood, and distinctly draws ones ... MORE
The said fire-temple can be considered as one of the most ancient historical heritages of Esfahan. It is located at a short distance from the Zayandeh Rood, and distinctly draws ones attention in being outstanding in the western plains of Esfahan. Above the Kooh Sangy is a round and large clay brazier ...
Khajoo Bridge
in Isfahan City
The above mentioned took its foundation in the late Teimooride period, and was constructed according to what it is currently in 1060 AH, under the orders of Shah Abbas II. Its cubicles, ... MORE
The above mentioned took its foundation in the late Teimooride period, and was constructed according to what it is currently in 1060 AH, under the orders of Shah Abbas II. Its cubicles, adornments and tile work are interesting aspects of this constructions. There is a structure in the center of the ...
Baba Roknedin Tomb
in Isfahan City
This tomb is located in the cemetry of Takht-e-Poullad, to the south of the Zayandeh Rood. This structure is in shape of a pyramid with twelve panels. The current structure is of the ... MORE
This tomb is located in the cemetry of Takht-e-Poullad, to the south of the Zayandeh Rood. This structure is in shape of a pyramid with twelve panels. The current structure is of the Shah Abbas period. The exterior and facade is worked in tiles. The base of the dome is five-sided with five porches surrounding ...
Baq-e-Qooshkhaneh Minaret
in Isfahan City
This minaret is situated in the Joobareh vicinity and is a vestige of the 8th century AH, and is beautifully worked with tiles. Its name relates to the fact that this structure was ... MORE
This minaret is situated in the Joobareh vicinity and is a vestige of the 8th century AH, and is beautifully worked with tiles. Its name relates to the fact that this structure was near one of the royal gardens, where the falcons of the monarch, Shah Abbas I were housed.
Chehel Dokhtar Minaret
in Isfahan City
Another interesting relic of the Saljuqi period is the Chehel Dokhtar Minaret in Esfahan. The same is adorned with brick work and 'kufi' inscriptions. This Minaret was constructed ... MORE
Another interesting relic of the Saljuqi period is the Chehel Dokhtar Minaret in Esfahan. The same is adorned with brick work and 'kufi' inscriptions. This Minaret was constructed in the year 501 AH. by 'Abol Fath Nahuji' during the reign of Soltan Mohammad Ebne Malek Shah Saljuqi.
Esfahan Bazaar
in Isfahan City
This bazaar is a relic of the Safavid era and prolongs from the Qasariyeh facade to the Jame' Mosque. This bazaar is also known as the 'Bazaar-e-Nezamiyeh' or 'Nezam-ol-Molk'. MORE
This bazaar is a relic of the Safavid era and prolongs from the Qasariyeh facade to the Jame' Mosque. This bazaar is also known as the 'Bazaar-e-Nezamiyeh' or 'Nezam-ol-Molk'.
Goldasteh Minaret
in Isfahan City
This brick minaret is in the Dardasht neighborhood of Esfahan, and is a vestige of the Saljuqi period. The diameter of the same is 2.22 m. The girth of its central column being 54 ... MORE
This brick minaret is in the Dardasht neighborhood of Esfahan, and is a vestige of the Saljuqi period. The diameter of the same is 2.22 m. The girth of its central column being 54 cm. and its walls to the thickness of 21cm.
Mahyar Carvansery
in Isfahan City
This caravansary with its four porches is to the dimensions of 82 x 89 sq. m. and with a rectangular courtyard covering an area of 48.30 x 38.70 sq. m. is located in the south of Esfahan ... MORE
This caravansary with its four porches is to the dimensions of 82 x 89 sq. m. and with a rectangular courtyard covering an area of 48.30 x 38.70 sq. m. is located in the south of Esfahan in the village of Mahyar. The chambers of this caravansary are 4 x 5 sq. m. Structures such as the mill, bakery, ...
Majlesi Tomb
in Isfahan City
The said tomb is located to the north west of the Jame' mosque of Esfahan. Besides this tomb, there are other graves belonging to other personalities of the clergy are in this vicinity. ... MORE
The said tomb is located to the north west of the Jame' mosque of Esfahan. Besides this tomb, there are other graves belonging to other personalities of the clergy are in this vicinity. The mausoleum is decorated with tiles, paintings and mirror work. The ancient facade has vaulted plaster, near which ...
Malek-ol-Tojar Arcade
in Isfahan City
This historical road is a relic of the Qajar period and is connected to the bazaar of Kashan by way of large wooden doorways. MORE
This historical road is a relic of the Qajar period and is connected to the bazaar of Kashan by way of large wooden doorways.
Mir Emad Tomb
in Isfahan City
The tomb of one of the famed calligraphers of the 'nastaliq' script, known as Emad-ol-Molk and reputedly called Mir, is located in the small courtyard of the Maqsud Bek mosque. In ... MORE
The tomb of one of the famed calligraphers of the 'nastaliq' script, known as Emad-ol-Molk and reputedly called Mir, is located in the small courtyard of the Maqsud Bek mosque. In this tomb there is a slab of marble (70 x 35 cm.) affixed to the eastern wall, the same being engraved with verses.
Molla Abdollah School
in Isfahan City
The same is located in the bazaar of Esfahan, and was a premises for prayer and theological studies by reputed clergies, named as, 'Molla Abdollah Shooshtari', during the reign of ... MORE
The same is located in the bazaar of Esfahan, and was a premises for prayer and theological studies by reputed clergies, named as, 'Molla Abdollah Shooshtari', during the reign of Shah Abbas I.
Peer-e-Bakran Tomb
in Isfahan City
This tomb is situated in the village of Peer-e-Bakran in Esfahan, and comprises of three sections, such as the porch, courtyard and high ceiling. The ceiling of the porch is adorned ... MORE
This tomb is situated in the village of Peer-e-Bakran in Esfahan, and comprises of three sections, such as the porch, courtyard and high ceiling. The ceiling of the porch is adorned with the 'kufi' script, plaster work and floral design. The tomb is to the northern side of the mausoleum and near the ...
Provincial Battle Feilds
in Isfahan City
Around Esfahan are various such areas that are tourist attractions. These examples are the vicinities where the Iran-Arab combats took place, and that of Nader Shah and his battle ... MORE
Around Esfahan are various such areas that are tourist attractions. These examples are the vicinities where the Iran-Arab combats took place, and that of Nader Shah and his battle against Ashraf Afqan. Besides the vicinity where Soltan Hossain fought against Mahmood Afqan.
Qar Minaret
in Isfahan City
This round, cylindrically shaped brick minaret has been constructed on an octagonal base and its stone foundation comprises of sand, grit, limestone and ash. The foundation is 4.8 ... MORE
This round, cylindrically shaped brick minaret has been constructed on an octagonal base and its stone foundation comprises of sand, grit, limestone and ash. The foundation is 4.8 m in height, and the girth of the minaret at its base and top are 5.5 m. and 4.7 m. respectively. The thickness of its wall ...
Sabaq Arcade
in Isfahan City
The said is a relic of the Qajar era. It is in three floors and has two courtyards. MORE
The said is a relic of the Qajar era. It is in three floors and has two courtyards.
Saeb-e-Tabrizy Tomb
in Isfahan City
This reputed poet was laid to rest in a vicinity known as Baq-e-Takiyeh. This site has taken inspiration from the architecture of the Safavid period. The same resembles a porch with ... MORE
This reputed poet was laid to rest in a vicinity known as Baq-e-Takiyeh. This site has taken inspiration from the architecture of the Safavid period. The same resembles a porch with a length of 14.20 m. its width and height being 6 and 8 m. respectively, and is at an elevation of about 2 m. from ground ...
Sansan Carvansery
in Isfahan City
The same lies in the Sansan Village, at a distance of 40 km. on the Qom - Kashan road. This is a square structure with four porches and constructed of brick, sun baked bricks and clay. ... MORE
The same lies in the Sansan Village, at a distance of 40 km. on the Qom - Kashan road. This is a square structure with four porches and constructed of brick, sun baked bricks and clay. Adornments of brick can be observed here. The facade displays 14 arched roofs, and the entrance hall has three arched ...
Sareban Minaret
in Isfahan City
The same is a remnant of the 6th century AH, and is situated to the north of the 'Joobareh' neighbourhood, which is a part of the Hebrew locality of Esfahan. The architecture of this ... MORE
The same is a remnant of the 6th century AH, and is situated to the north of the 'Joobareh' neighbourhood, which is a part of the Hebrew locality of Esfahan. The architecture of this 54 m tall minaret is of the Saljuqi era, and the same is adorned with brick and tile work.
'Aqa Sharif Fadayi' constructed this three storeyed structure in the late Qajar period. Its interesting aspects are the vaulted tile work adorning the chambers and its beautiful paintings ... MORE
'Aqa Sharif Fadayi' constructed this three storeyed structure in the late Qajar period. Its interesting aspects are the vaulted tile work adorning the chambers and its beautiful paintings depicting hunting scenes.
Zayar Minaret
in Isfahan City
The same is located in the Zayar village, east of the city of Esfahan. It is beautifully adorned with brickwork coupled with turquoise glazed tiles lining the fringes and the panels ... MORE
The same is located in the Zayar village, east of the city of Esfahan. It is beautifully adorned with brickwork coupled with turquoise glazed tiles lining the fringes and the panels of the minaret. It is a relic of the Saljuqi era in the 6th century AH. There is a strong possibility that it takes the ...
These are named as, Sheikh Ali Khan, Jarchi Bashi, Teemcheh-e-Jahangir, Saray-e-Sefid, Mirza Kuchak, Mir Ismail and Khansariha in the bazaar of Esfahan. Maranjab, Amin-ud-Douleh, Gomrok, ... MORE
These are named as, Sheikh Ali Khan, Jarchi Bashi, Teemcheh-e-Jahangir, Saray-e-Sefid, Mirza Kuchak, Mir Ismail and Khansariha in the bazaar of Esfahan. Maranjab, Amin-ud-Douleh, Gomrok, Mooteh and Gabr Abad in Kashan. Bazaar-e-Zavareh in Zavareh, Behjat Abad on the Esfahan - Natanz Road, Chahar Borj ...
These are named as, the Rostam Bafaran, Neyestanak Castles in Naein. The Farfan Castle in Esfahan, Torshak Castle in the Marq Village of Esfahan, Deeyu and Jalali Castles in Kashan, ... MORE
These are named as, the Rostam Bafaran, Neyestanak Castles in Naein. The Farfan Castle in Esfahan, Torshak Castle in the Marq Village of Esfahan, Deeyu and Jalali Castles in Kashan, Sangi Castle in the township of Semirom, and the Bozi Castle in Lanjan.
The limestone cave of Kalah Rood and the beautiful cave of the Alvijeh Village, Shah Shekar Cave located at a distance of 30 km. on the Shahreza - Semirom road, the Kukuloo Cave, 15 ... MORE
The limestone cave of Kalah Rood and the beautiful cave of the Alvijeh Village, Shah Shekar Cave located at a distance of 30 km. on the Shahreza - Semirom road, the Kukuloo Cave, 15 km. west of Esfahan, the Shah Qandab Cave southeast of Shahreza are worth mentioning in this province.
Other Minarets
in Isfahan City
These are named as, the Rahrovan Minaret, Darolziyafeh Minaret, the minaret and dome of the Sha'ya Mosque, the minaret and domes of the Shah Mosque and the Dardasht and Bakht Aqa Minarets ... MORE
These are named as, the Rahrovan Minaret, Darolziyafeh Minaret, the minaret and dome of the Sha'ya Mosque, the minaret and domes of the Shah Mosque and the Dardasht and Bakht Aqa Minarets in Esfahan.
Other ancient houses are the followings: Akhavan Kharrazi, Pirnia, Jamal Qodassieh, Sheikh-ol-Islam and Haj Mohammad Taqi Lavaf in Esfahan. Habibi and Sowt-ol-Molk in Khansar. Sarifian, ... MORE
Other ancient houses are the followings: Akhavan Kharrazi, Pirnia, Jamal Qodassieh, Sheikh-ol-Islam and Haj Mohammad Taqi Lavaf in Esfahan. Habibi and Sowt-ol-Molk in Khansar. Sarifian, Haj Seyed Aqa, Hakim Bashi, Haj Saleh, Lajeverdi, Naraqi, Tabatabaiha, Ameriha and many such ancient houses in Kashan, ...
These are the following: Mir Seyed Ali, Masjed Vazir, Miyanchal, Abdol Razaq Khan Kashi, Gozarnou and Habib Ebne Moosa in Kashan. The water reservoirs of Haj Seyed Sadiq, Haj Seyed ... MORE
These are the following: Mir Seyed Ali, Masjed Vazir, Miyanchal, Abdol Razaq Khan Kashi, Gozarnou and Habib Ebne Moosa in Kashan. The water reservoirs of Haj Seyed Sadiq, Haj Seyed Qasem, Haj Seyed Morteza, Masjed Khaki, Dasht, Haj Mir Rahim, Meydan, and others in Naein. The water reservoir of the Shahidan ...
Other Old Schools
in Isfahan City
These are the following: Baba Qasem, Jaddeh, Mirza Hossain, Kaseh Garan, Nimavard, Jalaliyeh, Shams Abad and the Bozorg Sadr School in Esfahan. The Alavi and Khansar Schools are other ... MORE
These are the following: Baba Qasem, Jaddeh, Mirza Hossain, Kaseh Garan, Nimavard, Jalaliyeh, Shams Abad and the Bozorg Sadr School in Esfahan. The Alavi and Khansar Schools are other ancient schools of the province.
These are named as, the Mir Fendereski, Shahzadehgan, Mirza Rafia, Valleh, Homami Shirazi, Mir Majdeddin Esmaeil Babol Dashti, Seyed Hojjat-ol- Islam Shafti, Baba Qasem, Al Raashed ... MORE
These are named as, the Mir Fendereski, Shahzadehgan, Mirza Rafia, Valleh, Homami Shirazi, Mir Majdeddin Esmaeil Babol Dashti, Seyed Hojjat-ol- Islam Shafti, Baba Qasem, Al Raashed Balleh, Nezam-ol-Molk, Shahshehan, Khatoon Abadi, Haj Mohammad Jaffar Abadehi, Aqa Hossain Khansari, Khajeh Sa'ad, Sheikh ...
Giyoork Church, Jolfa
in Isfahan City
This is another church in this vicinity, which displays interesting aspects and is also known as the Qarib Church. Colossal, religious slabs of stone from the 'Ooch Church' are safe ... MORE
This is another church in this vicinity, which displays interesting aspects and is also known as the Qarib Church. Colossal, religious slabs of stone from the 'Ooch Church' are safe guarded here.
Hakoop Church
in Isfahan City
This is the very first Armenian Church in the territory of Esfahan, and was constructed in 1065 AH, after the Armenians immigrated to this vicinity. At present this church is located ... MORE
This is the very first Armenian Church in the territory of Esfahan, and was constructed in 1065 AH, after the Armenians immigrated to this vicinity. At present this church is located in the courtyard of the St. Mary's Church.
Haroon Velayat Mausoleum
in Isfahan City
This mausoleum was built in the year 918 AH. and is a relic of the reign of Shah Esmaeil Safavid. The same comprises of two tile worked portals, two courtyards, a sepulchre and dome. ... MORE
This mausoleum was built in the year 918 AH. and is a relic of the reign of Shah Esmaeil Safavid. The same comprises of two tile worked portals, two courtyards, a sepulchre and dome. The vaulted tile work of the facade of the smaller courtyard is historically spectacular and one of the finest in Esfahan.
Imamzadeh Ahmad
in Isfahan City
This Imamzadeh comprises of a mausoleum and porches to the south and west. There is a black slab in one piece to the length of 3 m. fixed at the entrance and below the wooden latticed ... MORE
This Imamzadeh comprises of a mausoleum and porches to the south and west. There is a black slab in one piece to the length of 3 m. fixed at the entrance and below the wooden latticed worked window. This black stone was apparently an idol in Sumanath formerly, and the Indians were ready to offer pearls ...
Imamzadeh Darb Imam
in Isfahan City
The same is located in the ancient locality of Sonbolistan and near Dardasht. There are two tombs in this Imamzadeh, which consists of two domes, a facade, adorned with tiles. Besides ... MORE
The same is located in the ancient locality of Sonbolistan and near Dardasht. There are two tombs in this Imamzadeh, which consists of two domes, a facade, adorned with tiles. Besides three courtyards are in the northern, eastern and western sectors. The same is a relic from the Jahan Shah Qaragoyenloo ...
Imamzadeh Esmaeil
in Isfahan City
The said Imamzadeh is located alongside the ancient Shaaya mosque. This structure comprises of an entrance, porch, courtyard and a beautiful large brick dome. It is a fine example ... MORE
The said Imamzadeh is located alongside the ancient Shaaya mosque. This structure comprises of an entrance, porch, courtyard and a beautiful large brick dome. It is a fine example of architecture and adornments of the Saljuqi era.
Imamzadeh Soltan Atabakhsh
in Isfahan City
This lies beyond the ancient gateway of Esfahan - Kashan, and is related to the offspring of Moosa Ebne Jaffar (PBUH). Its construction dates to the Al-e-Booyeh dynasty (320-447 AH). ... MORE
This lies beyond the ancient gateway of Esfahan - Kashan, and is related to the offspring of Moosa Ebne Jaffar (PBUH). Its construction dates to the Al-e-Booyeh dynasty (320-447 AH). The large porch, tomb, ceiling and the section under the dome and the entrance to the vicinity of the tomb have been ...
Khajeh Tajedin Mausoleum
in Isfahan City
The said aggregate comprises of a mosque, school, water reservoir, Khanegah (or a type of monastery), and dome. But today only the two symmetrical brick domes of the mausoleum and ... MORE
The said aggregate comprises of a mosque, school, water reservoir, Khanegah (or a type of monastery), and dome. But today only the two symmetrical brick domes of the mausoleum and the Khanegah remain. There are two tombs here, covered with beautiful tiles and enclosed in a latticed worked wooden chest. ...
Saro Taqy Mosque
in Isfahan City
The mosque has been named after its founder, who was one of the ministers during the reign of Shah Abbas II. This mosque is located in the Hassan Abad vicinity of Esfahan. The exterior ... MORE
The mosque has been named after its founder, who was one of the ministers during the reign of Shah Abbas II. This mosque is located in the Hassan Abad vicinity of Esfahan. The exterior portion of the dome of this mosque has been worked on simple lines with brick. But the interior boasts of beautiful ...
Other Churches
in Isfahan City
These churches are named as, Stephanos, Yohannah, Katherine, Nikugayoos, Gregor, Minas, Sarkis, Narcis, and Mariam are other Armenian churches in Jolfa, Esfahan. MORE
These churches are named as, Stephanos, Yohannah, Katherine, Nikugayoos, Gregor, Minas, Sarkis, Narcis, and Mariam are other Armenian churches in Jolfa, Esfahan.
Other Imamzadehs in the province are named as, Shahzadeh Esmaeil (Abyaneh). Shahzadeh Abdollah, Shahzadeh Esmaeil and Shahzadeh Mohammad (Bidgol). Imamzadeh Qaeb (Kashan). Imamzadeh ... MORE
Other Imamzadehs in the province are named as, Shahzadeh Esmaeil (Abyaneh). Shahzadeh Abdollah, Shahzadeh Esmaeil and Shahzadeh Mohammad (Bidgol). Imamzadeh Qaeb (Kashan). Imamzadeh Karar, Baqer, Jaffar, Ibrahim, Shuri, Shah Reza (Esfahan). Imamzadeh Ali Abbas and Bamir (Natanz). Soltan Hossain (Mashhad-e-Ardahal). ...
Kord Olya Waterfall
in Isfahan City
This waterfall is located 90 km west of Esfahan and is in the altitudes of Dalan Kooh. The said waterfall gains its water from the melting snows of this mountain and is a picturesque ... MORE
This waterfall is located 90 km west of Esfahan and is in the altitudes of Dalan Kooh. The said waterfall gains its water from the melting snows of this mountain and is a picturesque sight in spring.
Vertoon Mineral Water
in Isfahan City
This spring is located to the southeast of Esfahan, at a distance of 43 km. on the Esfahan - Yazd road, on a branching route in the vicinity of Vertoon. The thermal spring of Vertoon ... MORE
This spring is located to the southeast of Esfahan, at a distance of 43 km. on the Esfahan - Yazd road, on a branching route in the vicinity of Vertoon. The thermal spring of Vertoon is composed of bicarbonate chloride and calcium sulfate affective in intestinal disorders. Bathing in this water proves ...
These are named as, the Safeh peak with an elevation of 2,232 m. The Shakooh peak rising to a height of 2,418 m. Kolah Qazi with an altitude of 2,534 m. Dez Qala at 3,251 m. Yakh Ab ... MORE
These are named as, the Safeh peak with an elevation of 2,232 m. The Shakooh peak rising to a height of 2,418 m. Kolah Qazi with an altitude of 2,534 m. Dez Qala at 3,251 m. Yakh Ab with an elevation of 2,288 m. Deez Ab at 2,678 m. and Garm Abad rising to an elevation of 3,359 m. amongst others.
Other waterfalls in this province are named as, the Ab Malakh Waterfall (in Semirom) and the Shalura Waterfall (in the Charmaheen Village of Ardestan). MORE
Other waterfalls in this province are named as, the Ab Malakh Waterfall (in Semirom) and the Shalura Waterfall (in the Charmaheen Village of Ardestan).
Barsian Village
in Isfahan City
The Barsian Village is located 36 km. south east of Esfahan, and 25 km. east of the Esfahan - Ziyar Road. The Zayandeh Rood flows along the south of which. This vicinity has a Jame' ... MORE
The Barsian Village is located 36 km. south east of Esfahan, and 25 km. east of the Esfahan - Ziyar Road. The Zayandeh Rood flows along the south of which. This vicinity has a Jame' Mosque, four pilgrimage sites and a caravansary constructed in the Shah Abbas mode. This village experiences a moderate ...
Local Music and Dances
in Isfahan City
Esfahan music teaching is one of the most famous Iranian schools of music, which has been blossomed in Safavid period, being the capital of monarch then. Due to the same fact one of ... MORE
Esfahan music teaching is one of the most famous Iranian schools of music, which has been blossomed in Safavid period, being the capital of monarch then. Due to the same fact one of the most famous Iranian musical divisions is known as "Bayat of Esfahan". In addition to the same, in Christian locality ...
Other Special Villages
in Isfahan City
Other villages in Esfahan province that can be interesting sites are: Meymeh, Moujeh Khurt, Malvajerd and Jazeh in the township of Esfahan. Faiz Abad, Nougonbad and Khoor in the township ... MORE
Other villages in Esfahan province that can be interesting sites are: Meymeh, Moujeh Khurt, Malvajerd and Jazeh in the township of Esfahan. Faiz Abad, Nougonbad and Khoor in the township of Naein. Qabr Keekha and Qaleh Sangi in the township of Semirom. Alvijeh in Najaf Abad. Charmaheen in the township ...
Amongst the numerous gardens in Isfahan Province (and Near Mobarakeh) we can mention: Moshir and Kolah Farangi Gardens in Rahmat Abad, Morshed Garden in Tal , Dr. Oliya's Garden ... MORE
Amongst the numerous gardens in Isfahan Province (and Near Mobarakeh) we can mention: Moshir and Kolah Farangi Gardens in Rahmat Abad, Morshed Garden in Tal , Dr. Oliya's Garden and Mahmoodieh Garden in Na'eem Abad, Sar Asiab, Golkar and Akrami Gardens in Mehreez, Khan Garden and Ali Naqi Khan ...
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